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Best cord on the job site
on March 11, 2017
I work residential construction and have been dragging my Yellow Jacket 25', 50' and 50' 10/3 cords around job sites for about 12-14 years, and the casings has finally split on my 25', which is a OSHA and WISHA violation.
I take care of my cords as best I can, when rolling them up I do it neatly, don't let them get knots, wipe them down when muddy.
They can spend weeks and months rolled out on the job site getting walked on, lumber drug over and dropped on, driven over by trucks, used and drug through the dirt, gravel, mud, snagged on any many of things, spend weeks outside in the rain and snow., they really do take a lot of abuse. They roll up easy in freezing temperatures, and better then many, so called, cold temp. cords.
There was no question what brand to get when I needed to replace a cord.