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Masterplug PRO XT 13A 4-Gang 10 Metres 240v Thermal Cut Out and Power Switch for £11.99 @ Screwfix (Free Click & Collect)
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Masterplug PRO XT 13A 4-Gang 10 Metres 240v Thermal Cut Out and Power Switch for £11.99 @ Screwfix (Free Click & Collect)

£11.99£15.2822%Screwfix Deals
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Posted 28th Oct
Good low price for this quality cable reel.

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Ideal for a variety of heavy duty applications. Includes on/off switch, power indicator and high visibility cable.

  • Thermal Overload Protection
  • Power Indicator
  • IP20
  • 5 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee


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I've got one of these and it's very good.
Just ordered another one. Thanks
Heat 🔥 added thanks op.
bought it hot
Hot for this price. Got one of this at B&Q about £16 last month
Mystikol28/10/2019 02:48

I've got one of these and it's very good.Just ordered another one. Thanks


I know they will plug in to each other, but can and dose it still offer the same protection. Don't forget you longer the stretch the less output power you can use.

Max. Power Unwound (W)3120 W
Max. Power Wound (W)720 W
Edited by: "Mr.Mac" 28th Oct
Top quality extension! Solid and reliable

Heated OP.
I think it will be the same protection and much easier to unwind one extension if you need up to 10m and add another one up to 20m and use up to 3000w.
I would only use them full unwind for full protection.
I have a 25m and I found it take so long to wind back it.
It doesn't trip if I use only fo 5 - 7 minutes but better to unwind 10 m not 25m or more.
kendzi128/10/2019 07:05

bought it hot


Tis near winter so I hope you were wearing your gloves.
Mr.Mac28/10/2019 08:13

I know they will plug in to each other, but can and dose it still offer …I know they will plug in to each other, but can and dose it still offer the same protection. Don't forget you longer the stretch the less output power you can use.Max. Power Unwound (W)3120 WMax. Power Wound (W)720 W


You've got it the wrong way round. Extension cables ALWAYS have the the maximum power rating unwound. I believe this is due to induction when in a coiled state.

You should never attempt to stretch any power cable. Also, while certainly possible, it is bad practise to plug an extension into another.
Purchased, thanks!
Don’t really need it, but ordered anyway!
Ordered cheers
Theres a £5 off £25 spend that came through the door today so you could get 2 of these and something to the value of £1.02 for £20. Double bargain.Before you say why 2 well one for the shed thats going to get battered and one neat and clean one for indoors lol
I got this for £5.99 from a b and q discount bin, they had loads
Picked this up about 3 months back, great piece of kit, feels really robust and bulletproof.
Mr.Mac28/10/2019 08:13

I know they will plug in to each other, but can and dose it still offer …I know they will plug in to each other, but can and dose it still offer the same protection. Don't forget you longer the stretch the less output power you can use.Max. Power Unwound (W)3120 WMax. Power Wound (W)720 W


If you try to put too much through it when it is wound up, there’s s
a strong chance the whole thing could melt!
Bought this nearly 4 years ago and still going strong, bit of a struggle sometimes with the coiling but other than that works like a charm and definitely worth the buy!
I own this and find it very stiff to unwind and rewind and difficult to hold. I had a much cheaper one from Ikea that lasted for 10 years. I wouldn't recommend this unless you are very strong.
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