Status 10-way surge protected tower extension socket £7.00 @ Asda instore - HotUKDeals
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What it says on the tin really. A ten socket extension lead (tower type) with surge protection. Labelled as £15 but scans at just £7.

Not the highest quality piece of equipment but cheap even without the surge protection.

Seems to be in store only.

Couldn't find a picture of the actual thing so the image is "representative".
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#1
it was £5 in the one i was in today :thumbsup:
#2
£5.00 in hartlepool asda
#3
How long is the lead on this?
#4
£5 in local ASDA ~(Harrogate)
#5
If you had ten devices drawing power from one socket, wouldn't that overload it?
#6
the182guy
If you had ten devices drawing power from one socket, wouldn't that overload it?


No. It'd still be restricted by the 13A main incoming fuse.
So no matter how many devices you had plugged in, the maximum combined current draw would be 13A
#7
Grimulus
How long is the lead on this?


Its a 2m lead as I got one a couple of weeks ago for £7, was labelled at £7
#8
The only annoying thing with this is that you cannot take the bottom stand thingy off, even though you may prefer it vertical, there will come a time when you may want to re-arrange everything and find out it doesnt come off :(
#9
The stand comes off fine on the one I've got.
[helper]#10
Why does the title say surge protected, yet in the op's description says not surge protected? Which is it to be? x
#11
Not too much of a bargain as these were selling at only £2 previously in Asda.

Not sure why they have been so cheap.
#12
BiGT-
The only annoying thing with this is that you cannot take the bottom stand thingy off, even though you may prefer it vertical, there will come a time when you may want to re-arrange everything and find out it doesnt come off :(


Reel_Big_Eddy
The stand comes off fine on the one I've got.


The was seperate in the box in mine and you just slot it on or off, simples!!
missgem
Why does the title say surge protected, yet in the op's description says not surge protected? Which is it to be? x


It IS definately Surge Protected.
#13
cold i paid a fiver today in asda for one
#14
mufc72;8787741
It IS definately Surge Protected.
Probably about as usefully surge-protected as a chocolate teapot. Surge protection: something you never used to worry about before someone caught on to it as a wheeze to frighten you into buying unnecessary equipment.
#15
pibpob
Probably about as usefully surge-protected as a chocolate teapot. Surge protection: something you never used to worry about before someone caught on to it as a wheeze to frighten you into buying unnecessary equipment.


+1. Proper power conditioning costs £££, and is generally bulky and heavy. Besides, any 'Surge protected' power strip that is older than a year or two will have lost any effectiveness it may have had.

Still a good price for a multi socket dooberry though:thumbsup:
#16
Thanks for that. But
Chinny_racoon;8791704
Besides, any 'Surge protected' power strip that is older than a year or two will have lost any effectiveness it may have had.
I hadn't heard that one before.

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