|Item Weight||7.2 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||8.9 x 3.8 x 1.8 inches|
|Item model number||HC100608|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Prime HPN heater extension cord with polarized plug and connector for use with heat producing appliances such as irons. 2 Conductor 16/2 HPN
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All that keeps this from a 1 star review is that I can use it elsewhere for a lower wattage rating such as radios, TVs, lamps, stand fans etc.
I strongly advise DO NOT use this for high wattage appliances especially space heaters. For room Air Conditioners I suggest you buy at least a 12 gauge three prong extension cord,also available from Amazon.
PS: For power cords a lower number is better.For appliances such as heaters, Air Conditioners buy at least 12 gauge, but 10 gauge is best . Both are available from Amazon
The temperature rating on the cord itself is only 90c (as opposed to the 105c rating that I thought I would be receiving). Not the end of the world, but I bought this cable specifically for the higher temp rating. I wish Amazon was less of a crapshoot for items like this.
The plug on my example is polarized, as described.
Made in Indonesia.
It's hard to find a 2-wire, single-end extension cord.
It was discontinued so long ago, it would be a waste of time trying to locate an authentic cord--and by now, the insulation on one of those would have probably become as brittle as that on MY original cord. This seems rigged, it has excess current capacity over the original, and was easy to modify.