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- Handle driven cord storage reel
- Holds up to 150ft of 16/3 cord
- Easy carry handle
- Wide base for stability
- Floor standing
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Bayco K-100 Cord Storage Real with Stand
- Holds up to 150' of cord
- Wide base
- Carry handle
- Shatter and temperature resistant thermoplastic
- 13.6 x 11 x 8 inches
- 22.4 ounces
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
The Cord Storage Reel is designed to hold up to 150 feet of 16/3 extension cord. The side mounted handle makes it easy to wind up the cord and the wide base helps the Cord Storage Reel stay in place. The carry handle makes it convenient to carry to and from the job site.
Made from shatter and temperature resistant thermoplastic, the Cord Storage Reel will hold up to the elements year after year.
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|Item Dimensions||10.75 x 5.75 x 12.75 in||14.3 x 14.3 x 4.2 in||10 x 8.4 x 11.8 in||12 x 12 x 4.3 in||25.02 x 22.26 x 15.76 in||—|
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Cord manager is a deluxe 150 ft capacity reel cord holder for indoor and outdoor extension cords.
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I wrap them up from the middle so there are no twists just rolled up straight.
Best technique is to put your foot on one of the feet and use your free hand to keep a little tension on the cords and help with an even roll up, moving side to side.
For under $10 it does it's job organizing and holding my extension cord. If you just put the cord in and start rolling you'll drive yourself crazy unrolling the entire thing each time you plan on using it so here's what I've found works best (and doesn't require and drilling and modifications).
Find the half way point of your extension cord (you may want to mark it with a permenant marker in case you ever need to do this again).
Connect the half way point of the cord to the hooks in the reels center.
Roll up your cord so the cord is going into the BOTTOM. If you do it over the top it will tip over, and becomes a pain after about ten feet are wound in.
Doing this has prevented it from tipping over, allows me to use both ends without unrolling all 100 feet of cord, and best of all lets me roll up the cord in half the time since I'm really only dealing with 50 feet when its in half.
The first picture shows a brad-point drill bit with a diameter slightly larger than the diameter of my 16/3 extension cord.
The second picture shows the hole that I drilled with the bit. I positioned the hole so that the extension cord can wrap three-fourths of the way around the spool after passing through the hook-like clip. As the next picture helps to show, this three-fourths wrap around the spool has a purpose. To thread the cord through this hole, it is necessary to snip off the cord's original outlet. The original outlet's replacement is shown in the fourth picture.
The third picture shows how the cord wraps three-fourths of the way around the spool before threading through the hole that I drilled. This wrap keeps the edge of the drilled hole from cutting into the insulation of the cord--especially if the reel is fully unwound and the cord is yanked.
The fourth picture shows the cord end after I threaded it through the hole and attached a Leviton grounding cord outlet (012-515C-0OR), which I bought at a local hardware store. The outlet protrudes from the hub of the reel far enough to provide a handhold when plugging in or unplugging a power tool, but not so far that it whips around when the reel is unwound quickly. I plug the free end into a wall outlet and walk briskly to the spot where I'll be working; there's no problem even when the reel spins quickly.
Also note in the fourth picture that the connection between a power tool's plug and the extension cord's outlet is situated up at the hub (above ground). This elevated position adds safety by keeping the moisture-vulnerable connection above wet grass or snow.
The fifth picture shows the reel ready to be wound up. Note that a clockwise turn on the crank will pull the cord into the lower side of the spool (below its axis). This closer-to-the-ground point of entry makes it easier to stabilize the reel when rewinding the cord.
The sixth picture shows a handy optional touch. A small rectangle of prickly (hook-side) Velcro on the side of the plug keeps the cord from unwinding when one carries the spooled-up unit.