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SpyCameraCCTV Masterplug 6 Way Surge Protected Power Extension Lead with 2m Cable £7.49 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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SpyCameraCCTV Masterplug 6 Way Surge Protected Power Extension Lead with 2m Cable £7.49 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)

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Posted 1st Apr

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Would have preferred if it was individually switched but think it's a decent price by a decent brand especially with the warranty.

About this item

Masterplug 6 way surge protector with 2 metre cable.
13 amp maximum load, perfect for 4 camera CCTV packs.
Surge protection keeps you and your equipment safe.
£1000 protected equipment warranty (UK Only).
3 year warranty on surge protector.
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I was thinking this was an extension lead with a spy camera, it's just a warranty from spycameracctv, disappointed
Edited by: "voicon" 1st Apr
What a stupid name...
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I was thinking this was an extension lead with a spy camera, it's just a warranty from spycameracctv, disappointed
Edited by: "voicon" 1st Apr
Me too - was looking for the lense lol x
voicon01/04/2020 17:01

I was thinking this was an extension lead with a spy camera, it's just a …I was thinking this was an extension lead with a spy camera, it's just a warranty from spycameracctv, disappointed


Lol me too
voicon01/04/2020 17:01

I was thinking this was an extension lead with a spy camera, it's just a …I was thinking this was an extension lead with a spy camera, it's just a warranty from spycameracctv, disappointed


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Shame the extension lead doesn’t have individual switches.
First flamedeer, cheers.
What a stupid name...
How many megapixels does it have?
karlypants01/04/2020 17:11

Shame the extension lead doesn’t have individual switches.


Why do you even need that?

Most items have a switch on them or don't consume any power if not plugged into the product itself.

For example my monitor has a power switch. As does my pc. As does my printer. As does my external amplifier.

All the other things like the ethernet switch, raspberry pi I need left on anyway.

I've never really needed individual switches ever. The time it takes to press the switch you could always unplug it.
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