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Masterplug Weatherproof Electric Box for Outdoors with Four Socket 10 Metre Extension Lead - £12.95 (prime) / £17.44(non prime) @ Amazon
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Masterplug Weatherproof Electric Box for Outdoors with Four Socket 10 Metre Extension Lead - £12.95 (prime) / £17.44(non prime) @ Amazon

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Posted 30th Dec 2019Edited by:"apur32"

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  • Lowest price according to 3 camels

  • WEATHERPROOF AND ROBUST OUTDOOR ELECTRIC BOX: From Masterplug at Luceco, has an IP54 weather and dust proof rating, enabling you a safe outdoor power supply
  • FOR GARDENING, DIY TASKS OR ENTERTAINING OUTDOORS: You can safely use lawnmowers and strimmer’s, even in damp, moist conditions or perfect for outdoor Christmas lights and decorations
  • COMPLETE WITH FOUR SOCKET EXTENSION LEAD: The outdoor weatherproof box is large enough to fit bulky large adapters, transformers and timers
  • WITH A HINGED FRONT COVER, A SECURE SIDE CATCH: The outdoor weatherproof box also has wall fixing capabilities as well as a hook and fastener strip to hold the extension lead in place
  • CONFORMS TO BRITISH STANDARDS EN62208:2011: Measuring 351 x 220 x 126.5 mm, the weatherproof box also has five cable outlets with two optional M20 gland points
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These are so useful and this is a great price.
Screwfix are doing this plus a mechanical timer and RCD through socket for £20. Part (46169)
BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the box to leak Had three of these for garden lights and all leaked due to thick cables keeping the rubber bit open causing all the plugs on the lights to get soaked ruining 6 sets of lights. Great idea but don’t really work. Apologies but cold from me
A robust box for eating out in the garden?

Miss! Miss!
foz00730/12/2019 16:24

BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the …BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the box to leak Had three of these for garden lights and all leaked due to thick cables keeping the rubber bit open causing all the plugs on the lights to get soaked ruining 6 sets of lights. Great idea but don’t really work. Apologies but cold from me


I usually add the cabling through a bottom grommet instead of the top. That way you won’t get any leakage.
foz00730/12/2019 16:24

BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the …BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the box to leak Had three of these for garden lights and all leaked due to thick cables keeping the rubber bit open causing all the plugs on the lights to get soaked ruining 6 sets of lights. Great idea but don’t really work. Apologies but cold from me


Do you have to remove the plug first in order to feed the lead through the hole? Would it work it with the transformer type plugs that usually come with outdoor lights?
Great deal, Just wire it up correctly and all will be ok.

I've had 2 in the garden for 10+years with no issues
Edited by: "thisismark" 30th Dec 2019
lmc8730/12/2019 16:09

Screwfix are doing this plus a mechanical timer and RCD through socket for …Screwfix are doing this plus a mechanical timer and RCD through socket for £20. Part (46169)


That one has a 6 Metre cable only
Doesn't fit a granny charger for the earlier leaf, in case anyone was wondering.
Storage box £3.50 and 4 way extension £2.50 at Wilko. A bit of diy and you’re good to go for £6
Bought for £17 before Christmas. Its been great. Really useful for the outdoor lights. Hot from me
Had one of these or very similar for a few years now and has worked great for outdoor lights. Only hiccup was Once after a stormy night the actual cover door had opened letting in lots of water. Didn’t damage the lights or extension though so no worries. The closing mechanism on the box is quite strong so I’m blaming myself for not closing it fully or the squirrel in my garden.

It and our dog are mortal enemies and I wouldn’t put it past the squirrel to be trying to electrocute the dog. We already found a bear trap in the garden with some pedigree chum on the pressure plate.

Anyway Heat. Decent price for a very useful item if used sensibly and the fact it’s a 10m extension is even better. Thanks.
I drilled a hole in the back and seal a 1.5" plastic pipe to it then drilled the wall and sealed the pipe to the wall. All cables for the cctv and wall lights went into it and through the wall.
4 way mounted on the inside wall in case anything needs a resetting.

I have another with smart switches in ready to fix in the garden,
Can't go wrong at this price.
HellriderUKDeals6930/12/2019 16:59

Do you have to remove the plug first in order to feed the lead through the …Do you have to remove the plug first in order to feed the lead through the hole? Would it work it with the transformer type plugs that usually come with outdoor lights?


There are 2 ways to feed your cable into the box.
Thin cables, such as your transformer type, will pass through the removable seal. The removable seal doesn't require any plugs to be removed.
Thicker cables should be fed into the box via glands that need to purchased at extra cost, however these are inexpensive and readily available at the likes of Screwfix. These are simple to fit with nothing more than a Stanley knife and an adjustable spanner.
If fitting one of these and your consumer unit does not have an RCD installed then fit one to the end of of this that goes in to your property, either one that replaces a mains plug or a plug in one.
foz00730/12/2019 16:24

BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the …BE aware with these that any cable thicker than a few mm will cause the box to leak Had three of these for garden lights and all leaked due to thick cables keeping the rubber bit open causing all the plugs on the lights to get soaked ruining 6 sets of lights. Great idea but don’t really work. Apologies but cold from me


Unless your using the box with the entryway on the top, I can't see how that would happen.
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