|Item Weight||0.3 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.7 x 3.4 x 5.7 inches|
|Item model number||DBVC-1|
|Style||Replacement Cover; Vertical; 1-Gang|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Limited|
Arlington DBVC-1 Vertical Recessed Electrical Box Replacement Cover for Inbox Electrical Boxes, 1-Gang, Clear, 1-Pack
|Price:||$7.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $25. Details|
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- Replacement covers for INBOX Recessed Electrical Boxes from Arlington
- For vertical 1-gang recessed electrical boxes
- Clear UV rated plastic for a long outdoor life
- Replacement cover weatherproofs recessed electrical box while in-use
- Measures 5.65 H x 3.42 W
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Arlington DBVC-1 Vertical Recessed Electrical Box Replacement Cover for Inbox Electrical Boxes, 1-Gang, Clear, 1-Pack. Replacement covers for INBOX recessed electrical boxes from Arlington. For vertical 1-gang recessed electrical boxes. Clear UV rated plastic for a long outdoor life. Replacement cover weatherproofs recessed electrical box while in-use. Measures 5.65 H x 3.42 W. Made in USA. In the event any of our products are found to be defective, we will replace them with new product free of charge. The time limit for this warranty is one year following the date of sale or one year after the date of installation, whichever is the earlier date. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any purpose other than the intended use as described in the Arlington literature. This warranty does not apply when the product is used for any installation which would violate the national electrical code or any code which takes precedence in a particular jurisdiction. Labor is not included.
Top Customer Reviews
I was worried about the depth inside and worried that it wouldn't fit in my 4" walls but it did, even if just barely with about 1/4 inch to spare. It comes with everything you need to complete the install except for the actual outlet. It has putty tape, outlet covers, and a box clamp designed to fit one cable coming into this box.
There are two minor flaws with this box so it gets only 4 stars. First, there is only one clamp. It is more usual that an outlet box gets inserted in a circuit and doesn't terminate the circuit. Therefore, you have a source 12-2 cable coming in and another 12-2 cable going out to the next item on the circuit. You need two clamps. The second issue is the little black plugs you see at the bottom front in the picture. Those come out to allow cords to come out the bottom and the cover to close when in use. Those will allow a small, cheap, extension cord but anything with even 14 gauge or larger will be too big for those small slots. I wish they were big enough for a nice sized, quality, 12 gauge extension cord.
Using the trim ring that has the step to allow for lap siding as the template, I traced out the inside and cut it out with my Fein Multimaster and was quickly able to install the box. Overall fit and finish is great, very happy. They even provide two different outlet covers (normal and decorator), caulking, screws, and a cord tension relief insert.
Very happy, worth the money, and would buy again.
I just bought another one to install on the back of the house where we have a small deck that I just built. I put it right at a spot where we keep a couple of chairs and a small table. It's perfect since that's normally where my wife and/or I sit to watch the kids on the playground, and we usually have our phones there to take pictures/video, or adjust the music outside, so this gives us a place to plug them in and keep them charged. To make it even more convenient, I installed an outlet with built-in USB charge outlets (Amazon # B00IAZIU5Y). An added bonus with this box is that, with the extra space behind the cover, we can leave the charging cable(s) in the box so that they are always there if needed.... and protected from the weather. However, as with any exterior outlet, make sure it is protected with a GFCI outlet or breaker.
I have another box from Arlington that looks very similiar but it is for new builds. I actually worked it in to replace an existing box where the holes mostly existed. I just had to enlarge the hole in the siding and use a tool to take apart and then replace the siding.
That wasn't possible in the area I wanted a completely new box so I bought this. It stands up to rain and the rest of the elements very good so far.