Masterplug SRG44N-MP 4 way 4m 13A Fused Surge Protected White Extension Lead £6.99 prime / £11.74 non prime at Amazon
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Masterplug SRG44N-MP 4 way 4m 13A Fused Surge Protected White Extension Lead £6.99 prime / £11.74 non prime at Amazon

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Found 11th Nov 2017
For Prime members this is £6.99, great little product and it is going for the same price at Currys but it isn't always available there.

Product DescriptionElectrical surge and spike protected 4 gang, 4m length extension lead. Maximum Surge Energy 375 Joules. Maximum Current 13500 MilliAmps. Clamping Voltage 775 Volts. Response Time >10nS.

Box Contains4 gang surge protected extension lead

  • Electrical surge and spike protected 4 gang, 4m length extension lead.
  • Maximum Surge Energy 375 Joules. Maximum Current 13500 MilliAmps
  • Clamping Voltage 775 Volts. Response Time >10nS.
  • Thermal Cut-Out
  • Neon Surge Indicator

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Wonder who (mis)writes the product specs for this, clearly a misprint. 13500A is equates to over 3 megawatts! I think the average household fusebox has a maximum supply current supply from the grid of around 100A. And the response time would be something to boast about if it's under a certain time; over 10 nanoseconds could also be never!
lol, yeh i spotted the monster amps but your right, >10ns isnt a great sell either!!

heat added tho as good price
deleted19229011th Nov 2017

Wonder who (mis)writes the product specs for this, clearly a misprint. …Wonder who (mis)writes the product specs for this, clearly a misprint. 13500A is equates to over 3 megawatts! I think the average household fusebox has a maximum supply current supply from the grid of around 100A. And the response time would be something to boast about if it's under a certain time; over 10 nanoseconds could also be never!


OMG You;re right, raise this with Amazon please. I simply copied and pasted the specs. Thanks for bringing it to my attention, I'm gonna change that now!
Great deal OP thank you ordered.
deleted19229011th Nov 2017

Wonder who (mis)writes the product specs for this, clearly a misprint. …Wonder who (mis)writes the product specs for this, clearly a misprint. 13500A is equates to over 3 megawatts! I think the average household fusebox has a maximum supply current supply from the grid of around 100A. And the response time would be something to boast about if it's under a certain time; over 10 nanoseconds could also be never!

Great Scott!
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