Belkin 6 Socket 1 Metre Surge Strip £2.99 @ Ebuyer - Lifetime Warranty - HotUKDeals
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Belkin E-Series 6 Socket, 1-Metre SurgeStrip

Part # F9E600uk1M

This SurgeStrip provides basic protection in a white, hard-plastic casing sure to blend well with a number of gaming and peripheral devices. It keeps your entry-level computer and peripherals protected from power surges, spikes, and lightning strikes. The unit provides six protected AC sockets.

Advantages :
Features a 476 Joule energy rating to provide basic protection for entry-level computers, peripherals, and household electronics
Grounds AC power with 3-line protection through all 6 sockets. Delivers power through a 1-metre, heavy-duty cable


Features: 476 Joules * Maximum Spike Current: 13,000 Amps * Lifetime Warranty * 6 Surge Protected Sockets * 1-Metre Heavy-Duty Cable

Colour: WHITE

Not sure when it went down got mine at 3.99 a while ago good deal
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banned#1
£2.19 cheapest shipping, also i think these are £1.99 in woolworths but dont quote me on that.

EDIT: the woolworths price i mentioned was for a woolworths own brand type :)

should this be eddited to include postage?
#2
Very good price for Belkin.

Is it me or is this rather strangely described?

Shouldn't the wording '6-way extension lead' be in there somewhere?

Would have saved me having to read it twice to be sure.:)
#3
hothothot
£2.19 cheapest shipping, also i think these are £1.99 in woolworths but dont quote me on that.



Yeah I think these are £1.99 at woolworth's................. NO WAIT !??!
That was Hothothot who quoted that ?!?!

Darn WHY DID I EVER believe hothothot

........... Never again will I trust or quote that man !!!

:whistling:

K
banned#4
kevingattaca
Yeah I think these are £1.99 at woolworth's................. NO WAIT !??!
That was Hothothot who quoted that ?!?!

Darn WHY DID I EVER believe hothothot

........... Never again will I trust or quote that man !!!

:whistling:

K

:w00t: :giggle: :-D
#5
If another order of mine fails I'll probably order this with it, voted hot.
#6
rizla01
Very good price for Belkin.

Is it me or is this rather strangely described?

Shouldn't the wording '6-way extension lead' be in there somewhere?

Would have saved me having to read it twice to be sure.:)


sorry i just cut and pasted it, perhaps a mod could alter it
#7
These are not good at all. The problem is most surge protectors have an led indicating that the surge is working. These don't therefore you will not know whether your devices are still protected by spikes or not.
#8
Wilkinsons do some for £2.99 in store
banned#9
Cheapest i can get it to on there is £5.57
#10
Jellybeans
These are not good at all. The problem is most surge protectors have an led indicating that the surge is working. These don't therefore you will not know whether your devices are still protected by spikes or not.


belkin have said it will no longer supply power to the devices once the surge protection has been knocked out

so your point is no longer valid, which is better as most people think the LED has died and don't bother to replace the surge strip
banned#11
TheDetox
Cheapest i can get it to on there is £5.57

can get it £5.18
#12
ms01ma
sorry i just cut and pasted it, perhaps a mod could alter it


I read the description from web page.

Just thought it a bit odd.
banned#13
so how is it £2.99 shouldn't you say on the op post with delivery included ?
#14
TheDetox
so how is it £2.99 shouldn't you say on the op post with delivery included ?


sorry should have i ordered one with another order,

can a mod please change then let the cold volting commence lol
banned#15
i wanted on of them as well :p and for £2.99
#16
typeRterror
belkin have said it will no longer supply power to the devices once the surge protection has been knocked out

so your point is no longer valid, which is better as most people think the LED has died and don't bother to replace the surge strip


Wrong!

They still supply power once the (guaranteed to fail in 18 month fuse) blows out of these Belkins.

Belkin customer service is about as bad as it gets - they will think of every excuse in the book not to pay for your damaged equipment.
#17
It's better than a no-name brand or dodgy Chinese power strip, and pretty darn cheap. I saw this a couple of weeks ago and ordered a couple to push another order over the free shipping, and they work fine.

From the back of an unopened one:

Electrical Rating: 250V/13A/50Hz/3250W Total Capacity
Maximum Spike Current: 13,000 Amps
Maximum Energy Dissipation: 476 Joules
Maximum Spike Voltage: 6,000 Volts
Response Time: <1 Nanosecond

Yeah, don't hold one of these up to a lightning strike as a shield, but otherwise it's a 6 way strip that looks okay by a brand name manufacturer.

Anyway, surely the fuse in this device, once broken, would mean that no power could get through. That's what fuses do - break to save connected equipment. There's no alternative route around the fuse. Either the fuse is broken or it's not.
#18
Agree with PROvider on Belkins customer service. Anytime ive had dealings with them i found myself trying to get some person in India to pronounce my name properly. P-A-U-L. Not difficult is it really? Plus ask them a question which isnt on their card and then theyre really stumped!
BUT, these units are actually quite good (i worked for an electrical test equipment and filter company). Sure nothing will protect against a direct lightning strike, but thats not the point of these strips. They are called SURGE protectors for a reason. They protect against SURGES. The type that everyday bombard your sensitive equipment and dramatically shorten their lifespan. Typical surges / spikes can be as much as 20%!! And as manufacturers nearly always use the cheapest transformers / power supplies in their equipment, any non surge protected equipment will die far earlier.
Put simply, these are worth it simply for the better build quality than some cheap supermarket brand. You`ll never see the benefit, but trust me, it is there in longer equipment life. Use these on all Audio Visual equipment to protect the sensitive components, and especially on all computer equipment, if nothing else than to protect your data!

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