4 Socket  45 Metre Extension Lead (RRP£34.99) only £9.99 @ Home Bargains
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4 Socket 45 Metre Extension Lead (RRP£34.99) only £9.99 @ Home Bargains

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Found 28th Mar 2009Made hot 28th Mar 2009
4 Socket 45 Metre Extension Lead (RRP£34.99) only £9.99

They had lots in Salford, Manchester

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45 metres!!!! Good price but I have no idea where I would stick it.

Absolute bargain. Shame I live down south... (actually I am happy here but no Home Bargains)

Bargain i'll be down for one tomorrow.

had these in the barry store, didn't have a price on them, they also had a 25m one next to it for £15 so this seems like a bargain

None in the Washington store :-(

hot ......... :thumbsup:

Benjimoron;4764571

45 metres!!!! Good price but I have no idea where I would stick it.


I only live around 40 metres away from your house, could I just take the reel end for free electricity? :whistling:

Recently bought 50m for £35...

They had these in Llandudno store and I thought they were a real bargain. Already got an extension so no need to buy one but still a great buy.

Do theses things work better with the cable unravelled - ie do they overheat the cable if it is used coiled? Thanks

None at my local home bargains.

neilc;4769675

Do theses things work better with the cable unravelled - ie do they … Do theses things work better with the cable unravelled - ie do they overheat the cable if it is used coiled? Thanks



If your'e using it for anything that draws a lot of current eg. welder/kettle/eletric fire then it should be fully unwound or it will overheat with possible fire risk. But it does have thermal overload fitted.
BTW plenty in new store at Farnworth nr Bolton

veedubjai;4766706

I only live around 40 metres away from your house, could I just take the … I only live around 40 metres away from your house, could I just take the reel end for free electricity? :whistling:



hook it up to the nearest lamp post and let the council pay for it:-D

Yowza, what a deal!

bidrick;4770182

If your'e using it for anything that draws a lot of current eg. … If your'e using it for anything that draws a lot of current eg. welder/kettle/eletric fire then it should be fully unwound or it will overheat with possible fire risk. But it does have thermal overload fitted.BTW plenty in new store at Farnworth nr Bolton


id question the quality of the item if that happened, use a jojo 30m and its been fine unravelled fully or not

looks great.

Great deal
Just picked one up in ammanford, they had a few left great for hovering the car, all i need now is a hover lol

They've got these in B&M but there £20!
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