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Masterplug Weatherproof Garden Tidy Extension Lead - 15m 10A - £5 @ Wickes (Free Click & Collect)
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Masterplug Weatherproof Garden Tidy Extension Lead - 15m 10A - £5 @ Wickes (Free Click & Collect)

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Posted 9th Jan

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Masterplug Weatherproof Garden Tidy Extension Lead - 15m 10A from Wickes

Currently £28.00 on Amazon

Free C&C or delivery charge

Product details
Maximum Load: 10 A
Depth: 360 mm
Cable Length: 15 m
Length: 120 mm
Width: 150 mm
Wattage: 3120 W
Voltage: 240 V
Number of Gangs: 1
Current Rating: 10 A
IP Rating: IP54
Colour: Orange/Grey
Type: Cable Reels
Pack Quantity: 1
Brand Name: Masterplug
Features & benefits
Single splashproof socket with 15m of 10A cable
IP54 Rated enclosure - Splashproof
Convenient and safe temporary outdoor power solution
Weatherproof socket seals plugs in use and protects against splashing water
Easy to open/close socket cover
Cable tidy storage
High visibility cable
BS 1363-2 Compliant
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Super find OP
OOS most places..
OOS in all of Buckinghamshire
Heat added for price but oos in 8 of my nearest stores😏
Would of paid £5 delivery but £7.95 bit too much imo
18 in stock in Mansfield if anybody interested. Heat added
Got one from Nottingham Daybrook store they had loads in
10 in stock in Stockport.
Where ??? OOS 100plus miles for me
Specifications are a little curious.

Wattage: 3120 W
Voltage: 240 V
Number of Gangs: 1
Current Rating: 10 A

Last time I checked, volts x amps = watts and so 240 x 10 = 2400 watts but they suggest 3120 watts which is the wattage for 13 amps.

So, is it good for a 13 amp (3120W) load or only 10 amps (2400W)?
cibarious09/01/2020 21:11

Specifications are a little curious.Wattage: 3120 WVoltage: 240 VNumber of …Specifications are a little curious.Wattage: 3120 WVoltage: 240 VNumber of Gangs: 1Current Rating: 10 ALast time I checked, volts x amps = watts and so 240 x 10 = 2400 watts but they suggest 3120 watts which is the wattage for 13 amps. So, is it good for a 13 amp (3120W) load or only 10 amps (2400W)?


Absolutely no idea, but I do know it's a fiver and looks legit 😁
cibarious09/01/2020 21:11

Specifications are a little curious.Wattage: 3120 WVoltage: 240 VNumber of …Specifications are a little curious.Wattage: 3120 WVoltage: 240 VNumber of Gangs: 1Current Rating: 10 ALast time I checked, volts x amps = watts and so 240 x 10 = 2400 watts but they suggest 3120 watts which is the wattage for 13 amps. So, is it good for a 13 amp (3120W) load or only 10 amps (2400W)?



I got one the other week, although the image on Wickes’ site shows 13A the plug itself says it’s only rated for 2400W.
Oos near me but Croydon and Guilford have stock
19 left at Hedge End thanks OP.
Ordered. Thanks
Thanks just ordered one from Sunderland who had 23 in stock,
stig7709/01/2020 20:58

Got one from Nottingham Daybrook store they had loads in


Cheers...Odd showing oos online.... Just saying
Mine filled with water, & was wired up incorrectly, ..glad I opened it to check beforehand, the shop I bought it from (Morrisons) couldn't be bothered in the slightest.

Please do check the wiring & don't trust the seals on this unit to keep moisture out.
Edited by: "Mr_Gus" 9th Jan
Good price but out of stock, nothing available within a 10 mile radius from me. Bought the 10m extension from Amazon not so long ago.
Mr_Gus09/01/2020 23:11

Mine filled with water, & was wired up incorrectly, ..glad I opened it to …Mine filled with water, & was wired up incorrectly, ..glad I opened it to check beforehand, the shop I bought it from (Morrisons) couldn't be bothered in the slightest.Please do check the wiring & don't trust the seals on this unit to keep moisture out.



What!? Is this in the wall plug? I’d read that the seals on these were not the best, but dodgy wiring is something else. Sounds like you should report it to Masterplug, and possibly Trading Standards. I will be checking mine before I use it, thanks for the warning
It's Wickes roulette time!

As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of the following :

A call from the store a short while after its been reserved (if possible to) saying:
Its out of stock. (meaning the staff want it themselves, or can't be bothered to keep track of stock levels so bodge the figures, either lazyness, ignorance or to get you to buy other stuff you don't really need but buy while you bag your "bargain")
The item is found to be damaged or missing parts (my personal favourite) so they can't sell it to you (staff have spotted the bargain & had it themselves). I had a staff call me with this excuse after ordering a bargain priced hose reel they told me was firstly "damaged" then told , "missing parts", but I managed to get the staff member to unwittingly admit the box was security sealed still (so they must have X-ray vision), but still wasn't "allowed" to sell it to me even after I said I wanted to still buy it full price & "broken"??!

If you don't get the call but successful move to stage 2 ("the pick-up" - Well done for getting this far), there's the following challenges:
Ran out of the specific colour, model or version you ordered, so instead of the black plant pot, they swap it for the hot pink one instead & hope you don't notice. Your order was never picked by the person who brings you your collect order as the person who did is on their break) so they have no clue why its swapped over.
Whatever you collect is damaged or warped, especially materials like timber, or bags of something like cement, so you have to spend 10 mins checking it all & then doing the store length run yourself to get an undamaged one because the queue is now building up behind you and staff again are all on break or out the back.

Or you go instore:
Nobody knows where it is - it shows on the computer but it's lost in the Wickes Bermuda triangle, never to be seen again)
Damaged box or clearly broken and/ or parts missing because some scallywag has nicked only the part they needed or one member of staff has taken that part for a customer and another unknowingly puts the rest of it back on the shelf
Wrong item - shows as one item on the website but mysteriously its evolved like a Pokemon into a different version of the product. No one has a clue how that happened.

You unwittingly buy the goods and forget to check the above & only realise once home of the balls up. You mutter & return it and either find back at the store it was the last one so take it or leave it, or start the above all over again.
You give up and vow never again to buy a "too good to be true bargain" from Wickes!
You know you don't learn though & think next time it'll be OK.
finknottle10/01/2020 02:24

What!? Is this in the wall plug? I’d read that the seals on these were n …What!? Is this in the wall plug? I’d read that the seals on these were not the best, but dodgy wiring is something else. Sounds like you should report it to Masterplug, and possibly Trading Standards. I will be checking mine before I use it, thanks for the warning


Yup even though it was shielded water penetrated like it wasn't there.
In the end I had to remove the plug protector again, dry it, spray it with wd40 dry again & reassemble with a 2 litre fizzy drink bottle cut & covering it for proper protection.

Yes, the wiring scenario could have proven fatal if I had not checked it first, rang it in to the store & latterly to Morrisons Bradford hq, neither gave "a flying Duck"
Mr_Gus10/01/2020 07:14

Yup even though it was shielded water penetrated like it wasn't there.In …Yup even though it was shielded water penetrated like it wasn't there.In the end I had to remove the plug protector again, dry it, spray it with wd40 dry again & reassemble with a 2 litre fizzy drink bottle cut & covering it for proper protection.Yes, the wiring scenario could have proven fatal if I had not checked it first, rang it in to the store & latterly to Morrisons Bradford hq, neither gave "a flying Duck"


What was this fatal wiring? Can you upload a pic.?

I've just bought a double socket version and was about to post it...

Cheers
Sorry, no I took shots but that was last year, on one of possibly 5 camera cards, ...suffice to say I was taught to always check wiring regardless, & having brain injury (memory loss etc) the digital camera is really useful tool for me / anyone doing DIY / plumbing "steps"
It was the same plug, same moulding 13 Amp cable which I drilled through my workshop as a small extension to charge our nissan leaf slowly overnight ..because I've still to decide where to stick charge posts on the drive access points.
All new plugs come with that little wiring card, so simply check the print will be right, the actual wiring at either end may be wrong!
davej171010/01/2020 05:22

It's Wickes roulette time! As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of …It's Wickes roulette time! As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of the following :A call from the store a short while after its been reserved (if possible to) saying:Its out of stock. (meaning the staff want it themselves, or can't be bothered to keep track of stock levels so bodge the figures, either lazyness, ignorance or to get you to buy other stuff you don't really need but buy while you bag your "bargain") The item is found to be damaged or missing parts (my personal favourite) so they can't sell it to you (staff have spotted the bargain & had it themselves). I had a staff call me with this excuse after ordering a bargain priced hose reel they told me was firstly "damaged" then told , "missing parts", but I managed to get the staff member to unwittingly admit the box was security sealed still (so they must have X-ray vision), but still wasn't "allowed" to sell it to me even after I said I wanted to still buy it full price & "broken"??!If you don't get the call but successful move to stage 2 ("the pick-up" - Well done for getting this far), there's the following challenges:Ran out of the specific colour, model or version you ordered, so instead of the black plant pot, they swap it for the hot pink one instead & hope you don't notice. Your order was never picked by the person who brings you your collect order as the person who did is on their break) so they have no clue why its swapped over.Whatever you collect is damaged or warped, especially materials like timber, or bags of something like cement, so you have to spend 10 mins checking it all & then doing the store length run yourself to get an undamaged one because the queue is now building up behind you and staff again are all on break or out the back. Or you go instore:Nobody knows where it is - it shows on the computer but it's lost in the Wickes Bermuda triangle, never to be seen again)Damaged box or clearly broken and/ or parts missing because some scallywag has nicked only the part they needed or one member of staff has taken that part for a customer and another unknowingly puts the rest of it back on the shelfWrong item - shows as one item on the website but mysteriously its evolved like a Pokemon into a different version of the product. No one has a clue how that happened. You unwittingly buy the goods and forget to check the above & only realise once home of the balls up. You mutter & return it and either find back at the store it was the last one so take it or leave it, or start the above all over again. You give up and vow never again to buy a "too good to be true bargain" from Wickes! You know you don't learn though & think next time it'll be OK.


Lol, classic Wickes!!
1 in Waltham Cross...if you want to gamble
davej171010/01/2020 05:22

It's Wickes roulette time! As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of …It's Wickes roulette time! As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of the following :A call from the store a short while after its been reserved (if possible to) saying:Its out of stock. (meaning the staff want it themselves, or can't be bothered to keep track of stock levels so bodge the figures, either lazyness, ignorance or to get you to buy other stuff you don't really need but buy while you bag your "bargain") The item is found to be damaged or missing parts (my personal favourite) so they can't sell it to you (staff have spotted the bargain & had it themselves). I had a staff call me with this excuse after ordering a bargain priced hose reel they told me was firstly "damaged" then told , "missing parts", but I managed to get the staff member to unwittingly admit the box was security sealed still (so they must have X-ray vision), but still wasn't "allowed" to sell it to me even after I said I wanted to still buy it full price & "broken"??!If you don't get the call but successful move to stage 2 ("the pick-up" - Well done for getting this far), there's the following challenges:Ran out of the specific colour, model or version you ordered, so instead of the black plant pot, they swap it for the hot pink one instead & hope you don't notice. Your order was never picked by the person who brings you your collect order as the person who did is on their break) so they have no clue why its swapped over.Whatever you collect is damaged or warped, especially materials like timber, or bags of something like cement, so you have to spend 10 mins checking it all & then doing the store length run yourself to get an undamaged one because the queue is now building up behind you and staff again are all on break or out the back. Or you go instore:Nobody knows where it is - it shows on the computer but it's lost in the Wickes Bermuda triangle, never to be seen again)Damaged box or clearly broken and/ or parts missing because some scallywag has nicked only the part they needed or one member of staff has taken that part for a customer and another unknowingly puts the rest of it back on the shelfWrong item - shows as one item on the website but mysteriously its evolved like a Pokemon into a different version of the product. No one has a clue how that happened. You unwittingly buy the goods and forget to check the above & only realise once home of the balls up. You mutter & return it and either find back at the store it was the last one so take it or leave it, or start the above all over again. You give up and vow never again to buy a "too good to be true bargain" from Wickes! You know you don't learn though & think next time it'll be OK.


Last time I bought it online to collect in store. They gave me a very battered opened box customer return. They said they weighted it to make sure all the parts are there. I drove a long way and didn't want to bother waiting another day to buy from Amazon so I took it and of course the item was missing stuff in it. What a waste of time buying from Wickes.

Also, I have this same outdoor lead, the cover box pops open quite easily so be very careful when using this.
theposter10/01/2020 09:22

1 in Waltham Cross...if you want to gamble


Hmm very interesting, ordered the last one yesterday. Received a missed call from them this morning at 0720 hrs with no message left but had an indication what it was about. Then at 0845 received e-mail cancelling order!
davej171010/01/2020 05:22

It's Wickes roulette time! As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of …It's Wickes roulette time! As this is sold by Wickes, expect any or all of the following :A call from the store a short while after its been reserved (if possible to) saying:Its out of stock. (meaning the staff want it themselves, or can't be bothered to keep track of stock levels so bodge the figures, either lazyness, ignorance or to get you to buy other stuff you don't really need but buy while you bag your "bargain") The item is found to be damaged or missing parts (my personal favourite) so they can't sell it to you (staff have spotted the bargain & had it themselves). I had a staff call me with this excuse after ordering a bargain priced hose reel they told me was firstly "damaged" then told , "missing parts", but I managed to get the staff member to unwittingly admit the box was security sealed still (so they must have X-ray vision), but still wasn't "allowed" to sell it to me even after I said I wanted to still buy it full price & "broken"??!If you don't get the call but successful move to stage 2 ("the pick-up" - Well done for getting this far), there's the following challenges:Ran out of the specific colour, model or version you ordered, so instead of the black plant pot, they swap it for the hot pink one instead & hope you don't notice. Your order was never picked by the person who brings you your collect order as the person who did is on their break) so they have no clue why its swapped over.Whatever you collect is damaged or warped, especially materials like timber, or bags of something like cement, so you have to spend 10 mins checking it all & then doing the store length run yourself to get an undamaged one because the queue is now building up behind you and staff again are all on break or out the back. Or you go instore:Nobody knows where it is - it shows on the computer but it's lost in the Wickes Bermuda triangle, never to be seen again)Damaged box or clearly broken and/ or parts missing because some scallywag has nicked only the part they needed or one member of staff has taken that part for a customer and another unknowingly puts the rest of it back on the shelfWrong item - shows as one item on the website but mysteriously its evolved like a Pokemon into a different version of the product. No one has a clue how that happened. You unwittingly buy the goods and forget to check the above & only realise once home of the balls up. You mutter & return it and either find back at the store it was the last one so take it or leave it, or start the above all over again. You give up and vow never again to buy a "too good to be true bargain" from Wickes! You know you don't learn though & think next time it'll be OK.



I ordered 4 from Bridgend store and collected all 4 at lunchtime.

Great find OP
Absolute bargain
Mr_Gus09/01/2020 23:11

Mine filled with water, & was wired up incorrectly, ..glad I opened it to …Mine filled with water, & was wired up incorrectly, ..glad I opened it to check beforehand, the shop I bought it from (Morrisons) couldn't be bothered in the slightest.Please do check the wiring & don't trust the seals on this unit to keep moisture out.


Bought one of these when last on offer. I had the same experience with being full of water after being used with Xmas lights.
Picked mine up today no problems, they had the collect shelf full of them.. noticed some HUKD user had about 10 of them, presume clearing all the stock. Everyone else had a reasonable 1 or 2. The shop didn't know about HUKD.. until now..
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