- Manual rewind for hand crank action
- Steel for strength and durability with 2-point axle support for stability during operation
- Brake assembly for braking or locking drum at desired length
- Holds 80' of 8/3 cord, 135' of 10/3 cord, or 300' of 12/3 cord (not included)
- Temperature range of -20 to +225 degrees F
Coxreels Hand-Crank Steel Electrical Cord Storage Reel, Model# 112Y-8
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Specifications for this item
|Item Weight||14 pounds|
|Manufacturer Series Number||112Y Series|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Height||13.00 inches|
|Overall Width||16.00 inches|
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This Coxreels electrical cord storage reel is a lightweight reel with an open port for any size cord and has manual rewind for hand crank action. The reel can be mounted to a floor, bench, or truck. It is made of steel for strength and durability with a U-shaped frame for 2-point axle support to provide stability during operation. It has a brake assembly for braking or for locking the drum to a desired length of cord, and it holds 80' of 8/3 cord, 135' of 10/3 cord, or 300' of 12/3 cord (not included). The temperature range of the reel is -20 to +225 degrees F.
Coxreels manufactures hoses, cords, and cable reels and accessories. The company, founded in 1923, is headquartered in Tempe, AZ.
Top Customer Reviews
That may be true but the gotcha is that the hole on the opposite side from the crank, intended for the cord's plug or receptacle to pass through, is a couple of mm too small to accommodate my Rigid pre-made 10-3 cord and also too small to accommodate the two Pass & Seymour aftermarket connectors that I tried.
Is there such a thing as an aftermarket plug or receptacle that will fit though that hole?
I guess I'm going to find out.... but if there is, add another twenty bucks to the price.
Of course, even with an aftermarket connector that will not fit, there is the option of installing the connector after passing the cord through the hole - and locking yourself in to carrying the reel wherever you use the cord...... But I'd opine it's easier/cheaper to forget about Coxreels and find a product that works.