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Extension Lead 4 Gang 1m - £2 Free Delivery Homebase

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Posted 24th Dec 2019

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Ordered 2,thanks.
Thanks OP, a couple on order
Ordered 2 great thanks
Exactly what I needed, ordered 3, thanks OP
Great deal! Ordered 3
absolute steal thanks!
From that link I found a single socket - 5m for £4. Got that instead! Thanks for reminding me I needed a socket . Happy Christmas everyone!
Only 10a rated so be careful what you plug in to it.
RustySpoons25/12/2019 01:57

Only 10a rated so be careful what you plug in to it.


What do you mean? What can happen?
MRR_ltd25/12/2019 01:59

What do you mean? What can happen?


You can't plug anything in that takes over a 10a load, or multiples of items that exceed that. Around 2400w max.

A standard wall socket is 13a.

Worst that can happen is the cable or sockets melt before the fuse goes.
RustySpoons25/12/2019 02:06

You can't plug anything in that takes over a 10a load, or multiples of …You can't plug anything in that takes over a 10a load, or multiples of items that exceed that. Around 2400w max.A standard wall socket is 13a.Worst that can happen is the cable or sockets melt before the fuse goes.


Crap, I don't know much about any of this, i was going to plug in some expensive stuff with this, but having second thoughts now. Please could you recommend something suitable? thanks

How can you tell how much power a device outputs? So I can check mine to make sure it's within the limits
Edited by: "MRR_ltd" 25th Dec 2019
Still too expensive. Go to CPC
MRR_ltd25/12/2019 03:56

Crap, I don't know much about any of this, i was going to plug in some …Crap, I don't know much about any of this, i was going to plug in some expensive stuff with this, but having second thoughts now. Please could you recommend something suitable? thanksHow can you tell how much power a device outputs? So I can check mine to make sure it's within the limits


What do you mean by "expensive stuff"?
If it's a large flat screen TV, bluray player, xbox etc it'll be fine. If you want to run power tools in a workshop from it, you'll need something else.
You'll get a tonne of arguments from various members on here for and against the need for built in surge protectors, various brands, switched or not etc so if you can be more specific then it'll help.
Rubbish. An Xbox One X only takes 2.75 amps so you'll be oryt! If you're plugging in a TV and Xbox, for example, you will be absolutely fine.
Edited by: "BargainHunta96" 26th Dec 2019
davej171025/12/2019 22:47

What do you mean by "expensive stuff"?If it's a large flat screen TV, …What do you mean by "expensive stuff"?If it's a large flat screen TV, bluray player, xbox etc it'll be fine. If you want to run power tools in a workshop from it, you'll need something else.You'll get a tonne of arguments from various members on here for and against the need for built in surge protectors, various brands, switched or not etc so if you can be more specific then it'll help.


I can't seem to find a 1m 13A 6 gang surge protected extension lead with no lighting. If you know then do let me know!
BargainHunta9626/12/2019 00:12

I can't seem to find a 1m 13A 6 gang surge protected extension lead with …I can't seem to find a 1m 13A 6 gang surge protected extension lead with no lighting. If you know then do let me know!


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Bit of white electrical tape neatly cut to cover each light (or if you know what you're doing you could disconnect the LEDs but invalidate your warranty) and you're good to go.

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Hope that helps.
davej171026/12/2019 08:01

https://www.screwfix.com/p/masterplug-13a-6-gang-switched-surge-protected-extension-lead-1m/8776GBit of white electrical tape neatly cut to cover each light (or if you know what you're doing you could disconnect the LEDs but invalidate your warranty) and you're good to go. https://www.screwfix.com/p/510-insulating-tape-white-33m-x-19mm/3683vHope that helps.


Amazing thanks for the effort
Edited by: "BargainHunta96" 26th Dec 2019
MRR_ltd25/12/2019 03:56

Crap, I don't know much about any of this, i was going to plug in some …Crap, I don't know much about any of this, i was going to plug in some expensive stuff with this, but having second thoughts now. Please could you recommend something suitable? thanksHow can you tell how much power a device outputs? So I can check mine to make sure it's within the limits


almost every electrical appliance will have a label on it stating it's power consumption so it is just a case of totaling the consumption. on all appliances you intend plugging into the lead
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