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Green Leaf WW-1 Wonder Winder Hand Crank Extension Cord Winder

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  • Wall-mounted device winds extension cords with crank handle
  • Designed for indoor or outdoor use
  • Stores up to 150 feet of 16/3 cord, 100 feet of 14/3 cord or 75-Feet of 12/3 cord
  • Comes with mounting plates for easy installation
  • Cord not included
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Product Description

The Wonder Winder holds 150 feet of cord and winds 100 feet of cord in 30 seconds. It is portable and can be used indoors and outdoors. Cord not included. Reversible handle can be used right or left handed.

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The Wonder Winder ends extension cord spaghetti for good. With the Wonder Winder, you'll never have to waste time untangling and coiling extension cords again. It comes with two twist-lock mounting plates that attach to a wall of your shop, garage, or basement, or outside of your house--anywhere you have an outlet. You can then just move the Wonder Winder from one location to another as you need it.

The unit's basket holds up to 75-feet of 12/3 cord, 100-feet of 14/3 cord, or up to 150-feet of 16/3 cord. Simply plug your tool into the cord end, and as you walk to your work area the cord follows. When you're done, press the rewind lever, turn the handle, and your extension cord is stored neatly for future use. And it's quick, too--the Wonder Winder pulls in 100 feet of cord in about 30 seconds.

The reversible handle can be used right or left handed. It's backed by a 3-year warranty. Assembly required (see a schematic of all the parts). Cord not included.




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Technical Details
Part Number Wonder Winder
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions13.4 x 8.6 x 3.2 inches
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Item model numberWW-1
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00005A1K1
Best Sellers Rank #2,172 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableFebruary 14, 2005
  
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4.2 out of 5 stars

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129 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey A. Smith on June 19, 2003
I had heard some criticism of this item from some who said the Wonder Winder was "light duty," etc. I have only had mine for a couple of weeks, but I don't get the sense that it's light duty for my application (in a hobbyist-level dedicated woodworking shop). I might look to something a bit heftier if I were planning on retracting and extending my extension cord more than 3 or 4 times per day every day... but I can't see this tool ever going bad under my definition of normal use (which is 1 or 2 cycles every 2 or three days).
It's heavily made, and yes... it's a lot of plastic, but it's thick plastic and doesn't have a cheap feel to it at all.
The only reason I didn't give it 5 stars is that it does protrude a long way from the wall. For me, this is no big deal... but if I were using it in a garage where I had to walk by it a lot, it would definitely be in the way.
Overall, it works as advertised, it's well-made, and adds to the safety of your work environment by keeping the cord off the floor. Plus, when the cord's not getting stepped on all the time, it doesn't get that coating of dust and grime that sometimes appears on cords that stay on the floor.
Great idea!
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149 of 158 people found the following review helpful By brianpsu on September 14, 2004
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Been using this in my garage for 3 months now, works as advertised. Wraps up my 100 foot extension cord like a charm. Only scores 3 stars for the following reasons:

1) Plastic is wearing at the cord output mouth. My cord is not always coming stratight into the front; usually it is on the side. The friction from this is wearing at the plastic (and probably my cord too). Only time will tell if this becomes a bigger problem. Seems they could have avoided this by rounding off the molding of the mouth.

2) The unit extends out for the wall a good distance. Would like to have a swivel option to swing it out of the way. This would also improve #1.

3) The all-plastic construction worries me. It has held up for 3 months, but I am curious to see how it is working in a year from now. It is pretty sturdy plastic, but still plastic.

4) At nearly $27, someone is making a good profit on these things. Unless they were able to meet my #1 - #3 improvements, I feel this would be more appropriately priced at $19.99.
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Jordan Brown on July 30, 2004
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[ July 2004 ]

You find this kind of device in catalogs that are full of gadgets that appear to cleverly solve some niche problem, but if you ever buy them you find that they don't really improve your life.

This isn't one of them. It works, pretty much, and it's a heck of a lot easier than a more conventional cord winder. A couple of times I have had problems winding a cord that was wet and so slippery, but other than that it winds the cord up pretty fast, and rather to my surprise the cord has always fed out without tangling.

Mounting is a little tricky because you want to get the device upright, but it twists as you attach the device to the mounting bracket so it's hard to find the exact right orientation for the mounting bracket.

Occasionally when it's fully extended the cord gets detached from the bottom of the bag or gets aligned straight through the hole, and so it needs a bit of help to get started winding.

I want another one so that I can keep one in the garage and one on the back porch.

[ November 2008 ]
Still the best winder I've found.

[ March 2012 ]
Still happy.

[ November 2012 ]
Broke the handle, had to buy another one. Still happy.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By S. Michael on December 6, 2002
Easy to use and works like a charm. You may have to rewind a little slower with stiff extension cord like the "Yellow Jacket" brand, but still a dream. The only complaint that I have is that you only get two female wall brackets. I'd pay extra to buy a few more to put in more locations around the house.
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66 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Mark on August 10, 2003
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I have purchased two of these. They are GREAT...after a few modifications.
1.) Straightline sand the contact wheel. Out of the box, there just isn't enough grip to keep the cord winding properly. But after sanding the wheel, it works MUCH easier.
2.) Drill a small hole in the lever, and attach a 2" compression spring between the lever and the wall. This will help apply pressure to the contact wheel, freeing one hand, and assuring an easy rewind. To unwind cord, place a chunk of 1x4 between the lever and the wall. The cord will unwind uninhibited.
It may sound confusing and complex, but it really IS the cat's pajamas!
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64 of 72 people found the following review helpful By J. Martin on April 17, 2006
The description says "Holds 150' of 16/3 cord, 100' of 14/3 cord, or 75' of 12/3 cord," but I couldn't get even the first few feet of a 12/3 cord loaded into it. The cord didn't naturally fall into a neat coil in the bottom, and trying to guide it into place by reaching through the net was impossibly tedious. Even if did persevere and get it loaded, I wouldn't be willing to wrestle it back in every time I used the cord. That defeats the whole purpose of a reel.

The cord I'm using is a very high quality, very flexible silicone insulated outdoor cord that's almost impossible to kink. I laid it out straight in the sun before trying to reel it in, as suggested by the instructions, but it was still impossible.

Since I don't have a 16 or 14 gauge cord, I don't know how it would work with them. It must be great, from all the favorable reviews. My cord may just be too flexible or rubbery for it. A cheaper, stiffer cord might slip right in. It does seem to be sturdily made and a clever idea, but I can't use it.
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