|Item Weight||3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||600 x 0.2 x 0.2 inches|
|Item model number||23088803|
|Amperage Capacity||13 A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Limited 1-Year warranty|
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Coleman Cable 02308 16/3 Vinyl Outdoor Extension Cord, Orange, 50-Feet
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- General Indoor/Outdoor Cord for power equipment
- Vinyl jacket resists moisture, abrasion and prolonged exposure to sunlight
- Reinforced blades help prevent accidental bending or breaking
- Molded plugs and heavy-duty strain relief protects electrical connections resulting in longer cord life
- Outer jacket won't mark floors or walls
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Coleman Cable 16/3 Vinyl Outdoor Extension Cord, 50-feet
These all-purpose cords resist moisture, abrasion and prolonged exposure to sunlight for durability. They have molded, water resistant connectors with reinforced blades to make these cords suitable for outdoor use.
<li>Rated at 13-AMP 125-Volt<li>Resist moisture, abrasion and exposure to sunlight<li>Suitable for outdoor use<li>Built with molded water resistant blades<li>Wire is 16-gauge with 3 conductors<li>Keep one in your car, garage, office and kitchen
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The 50ft is rated 13 amps, the 100ft is rated 10 amps. They both are the same gauge cable (16/3), so saying "buy two 50ft if you need 13 amps" is simply ignorant. The inherent resistance in copper cable increases with length, which is why 50 ft handles 13 amps and 100 ft only safely handles 10 amps. If you need 13 amps at 100 ft, get a heavier gauge cable (14/3).
I suggest you think about the purpose of the cord before you purchase! I was simply buying this for the garage to use with my drill/sander/screwdriver/dremmel workbench stuff, and quickly realized I could have saved money and gotten the 50 or 25 ft. I gave it a 4, because the description doesn't say much about what the product is best used for, length and gauge(thickness) wise.
The 100ft cord would be perfect for outdoor electric garden tools: light lawnmower/weedwacker/leaf blower, but mine are gas and i won't be switching until they die in the years to come... also remember the 16 gauge wire is on the lighter end of the "heavy-dutyness scale" if you know what i mean. if you plan to power fat tools like compressors, tablesaws, or generators, investing in 12 or 10 gauge wire is definitely worth it.
amazon's current best selling 12 gauge wire: Coleman Cable 02589 12/3 100-Foot Vinyl Outdoor Extension Cord, Yellow
amazon's current best selling 10 gauge wire:Woods 2991 Yellow Jacket 50-Foot 10/3 SJTW Yellow Power Cord with T-Blade Plug 20 Amp/125 Volt Rated with PowerLite Plug
I used this cord for approximately three months (not constantly, but nearly so). I guess that when I put it away for the winter that a red flag should have appeared...the orange color had faded to almost white. This spring when I tried to use it...well it just wouldn't work. When I finally traced down the problem I found that the wiring was losing connection next to the plug...too close to splice. After checking the price for replacement ends I decided that it wasn't worth it. If the wire is as flimsy as it appears it just would not be cost effective.
I am just very disappointed by the quality of this. We had another outdoor cord that lasted many years, until someone accidentally short circuited it and melted the plug. Never have I seen the sheathing torn so easily - look for another brand unless you want to buy another one soon.
Using Kill A Watt and a Electrical Weedeater i was able to confirm it's Amp rating. The 100Ft version will safely do 10A/125V/1250W.
I can't speak for the 50ft version which is rated for 13A, but i'm sure it meets specs.
The product came well packaged and neatly rolled up. It's bright orange and is was manufactured in Indonesia. I have uploaded some pictures to the gallery of what the cord looked like when i first received it from Amazon.
I recommend getting a spool or cable wheel to keep it nice and tangle free.
Overall Score: 5/5
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I didn't realize the cord would be so thin. I did not understand the number rating.Published 3 hours ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this extension cord for use with an electric lawnmower. It also worked well for plugging fans in so that we could run them outside in the heat. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Hearthfire
Good quality cable and the adapters fit my lawn mower connection perfectlyPublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Cord stopped working after 30 minutes of use with a hedge trimmer. I don't think the cord is suited for outdoor power tools as you would think it should be. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer