LOGIK L3WAYSP13 3-Way Adapter - White for £1.17 @ PCWorld/Curry - HotUKDeals
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LOGIK L3WAYSP13 3-Way Adapter - White for £1.17 @ PCWorld/Curry

£1.17 @ PC World
Just found it the same price with Curry. Has options if only use certain plugs a maximum rating of 13 A, 250 V Read More
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4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago
Just found it the same price with Curry.

Has options if only use certain plugs
a maximum rating of 13 A, 250 V
blerry Avatar
4m, 3d agoFound 4 months, 3 days ago
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#1
Great price.

No stock in Bolton or Leigh, but Wigan has some.
5 Likes #2
I love a good three-way
#3
no stock
#4
It's cheap but doesn't seem to have a fuse and these things, when plugged in a wall socket weaken the contacts in the wall socket. They're a fire brigade pet hate for a reason, poor connections arc and catch fire. Trailing lead extensions are better if you can't do anything else. U
#5
liamf12
It's cheap but doesn't seem to have a fuse and these things, when plugged in a wall socket weaken the contacts in the wall socket. They're a fire brigade pet hate for a reason, poor connections arc and catch fire. Trailing lead extensions are better if you can't do anything else. U
But no worse than using foreign plugs with adaptors
1 Like #6
Sambat
liamf12
It's cheap but doesn't seem to have a fuse and these things, when plugged in a wall socket weaken the contacts in the wall socket. They're a fire brigade pet hate for a reason, poor connections arc and catch fire. Trailing lead extensions are better if you can't do anything else. U
But no worse than using foreign plugs with adaptors
which this will be of course made in PRC
1 Like #7
I've grown increasingly weary of non-surge-protected multi plugs of any sort. They're basically fire hazards.

Go surge protected, individually switched, and don't overload it. Or cheap out and take stupid risks *shrug*
#8
Great if you can find them. Completely waste of time
#9
oos
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