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AUKEY Extension Lead Power Strip (4+4 USB) - £7.99 (£12.74 Non Prime)  - Amazon (18 month warranty)
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Use promotional voucher on page... or code: 96UQA7MX £19.99 direct from Amazon. Reviews seem good. A total power output of 3500W means that the power strip will not … Read more
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33278823-WNA7h.jpgJust arrived, looks nice and heavy.

First two usb slots are 5v/1a and the last two are 5v/2.4a
What if your plug has the cable coming out from its top ?
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Promotion back on! - just ordered at £7.99

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iEimis3 h, 22 m ago

Was downstairs making coffee just to tell myself when I go up to my …Was downstairs making coffee just to tell myself when I go up to my computer it will be fine, now it’s expired


This any use?
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Or this:
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Back in stock sans the promotional code offer ..gutted
10 Way Tower Extension Lead, Surge Protected, 2m, White - £6.72 CPC Farnel
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Not bad for 10 way extension. 63 Units are still available.
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Aand it's gone.
Yes, actually.

But I'm also fully aware that many extension cables from China have a habit of setting on fire should any shorts occur. The fact this says "unbranded" and "china" just raised a few doubts. Hence I'm asking here before making any purchases, I'd rather not destroy things if it's all the same.
SmoothEmJay17 m ago

Are these actually safe? I was tempted but then saw "Country of origin: …Are these actually safe? I was tempted but then saw "Country of origin: China" and know that they produce some incredibly dangerous electronics with fake certifications etc.


Have you any idea how many electrical items will be in your home that we’re made in China?
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Iphones are made in china as well... I would say these are as safe as extension leads you can buy in local supermarkets. Probably they are made on the same fabric anyway.
Are these actually safe? I was tempted but then saw "Country of origin: China" and know that they produce some incredibly dangerous electronics with fake certifications etc.
8 Way + 2 USB Surge Protected Tower Extension 2m Black or White £8.40 each delivered @ CPC
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This comes in 2 colours Black or White for £8.40 Delivered. Black White For people that are worried about using extensions. Use this ' socket calculator ' it shows you how … Read more
Received today thanks bargain 😊
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Thanks OP! Ordered.
Nice one, just ordered one of these to tidy up my pc room
Bargain. Thank you
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2m 4 Way Switched Surge Protected Extension Lead - Black @ CPC for £6.30 delivered
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Wanted a individual Switched Surge Protected Extension Lead cheapest I could find.
Just what I needed! Thank you OP!
Something like this.
Good products here from Pro-Elec... personally I'm not fussed about the switching but I do like their USB variants. Very handy and worth checking out. Think I paid about a tenner just before Christmas for a 6-gang with a 3m flex and USB

Heat OP!
Good find HEAT
4-Gang Surge Protected Extension Lead 2m 13 amp Fused - £5.99 (Prime) £10.74 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
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Probably best as an add-on item to bring your total order over £20 and avoid p&p. Amazon claim this was previously £11.38 which is a bit far fetched, but it does seem to be a … Read more
get it for same price from 3rd part seller - no add on required
Bought this a good few years ago work flawlessly ended up buying another last time they made add on been just as good the quality of these are Excellent both still going strong.
AndyRoyd5 h, 50 m ago

Probably the going rate. CPC offers longer 3m SP with individual switches …Probably the going rate. CPC offers longer 3m SP with individual switches for each socket at additional 27p; CPC has cheaper permutations but you may need to juggle requirements to allow for freebie delivery over £6 inc VAT http://cpc.farnell.com/w/c/electrical-lighting/extension-leads-cable-reels/surge-protected-extension-leads/prl/results?sort=P_PRICE


Usually no connected equipment warranty with CPC surge protectors.
Probably the going rate. CPC offers longer 3m SP with individual switches for each socket at additional 27p; CPC has cheaper permutations but you may need to juggle requirements to allow for freebie delivery over £6 inc VAT cpc.farnell.com/w/c…ICE
6 Socket Surge Protected Extension Lead - Black (1 metre cable) £6.15 prime / £10.14 non prime @ Amazon
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Good price for a 6 socket extension lead, especially when it comes with surge protection. In black so may be more discreet located around then house then a standard white extensio… Read more
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is it wall mountable?
£6.15 is the normal price, you don't need prime for that price. £10.40 is for the smaller 4 gang extension.
Oh look another amazon "deal" which either requires you to pay for their premium service or £4 shipping.

cold as a stone and cheaper elsewhere
Ladies and gentlemen, 2m black surge protected even cheaper at CPC at £4.64 using this link
cpc.farnell.com/pro…rch
You need to get the price over £5 exc VAT to get free postage

Musicrab's post has non surge in white for even less

you're welcome
Edited by: "spannerzone" 8th Jan
Cold. cheaper at CPC posted - cpc.farnell.com/pro…983

It's cheaper at £6.15 at Amazon (For Prime members). So Hot ..... so yes cheaper at CPC for non prime members.
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6 Outlet + 2 USB 1 Metre Extension Lead in-store £4.50 @ Homebase
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Popped down to Farnham Homebase to check out the clearance deals today. Both the 6 outlet and 4 outlet Jackson Power extensions leads, both with 2 USB power sockets, are down to £4… Read more
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Picked up 4 outlet at Lowestoft. All works fine but the light hums a bit so not good for a close siting in the bedroom which was the original plan.
Got one at Bunnings in milton keynes which was previously a homebase. Plenty of stock
Just picked one 6-gang up at Kingsway, Derby, thanks! Note it was still labelled at about £12 on the shelf but scanned at £4.50 at the till. More left there.
These deals ARE NOT in all stores = be prepared for a goose chase
Looks alright, but you couldn't give me a multi-socket for free without surge protection. They've saved my electrics twice now!
3x Pro-Elec 4 Gang Extension Lead, 1m - £6.12 delivered @ CPC Farnell
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I needed a few 4 way extension leads and these were the cheapest I found. If you buy three it comes to £6.12, so £2.04 each and free delivery. If your order is under £5 they ch… Read more
Besford6 h, 29 m ago

Great price but I do have concerns about these mains electric items from …Great price but I do have concerns about these mains electric items from budget sources. Have they been tested and met all thge relevant UK/European standards (plenty haven't).


CPC generally seem to only sell fairly decent stuff, even their cheap plugs and sockets appear to be to BS standards and look OK. Of course I've not checked them all but would be more confident buying from CPC farnell than ebay or Amazon who often sell terribly unsafe crap.
Great price but I do have concerns about these mains electric items from budget sources. Have they been tested and met all thge relevant UK/European standards (plenty haven't).
Edited by: "Besford" 31st Dec 2017
mjunaid10658 s ago

What's wrong with the one you get at Poundland?


Was just thinking the same thing....they look identical lol
What's wrong with the one you get at Poundland?
harmageddon2 h, 21 m ago

shocking low price .... you're a bright spark OP .... thank you


You might end up with a bright spark if you chain these all together
10 Way Switched Tower Extension Lead with 2 x USB @ CPC Farnell £10.32
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10 Way Switched Tower Extension Lead with 2 USB ports. Vertically erect and ready for action, this 10 way multi- socket extension with 2 USB charging ports will fulfil your power r… Read more
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I bought this - was Delivered FREE the next day! It's a brilliant piece of kit. Thanks OP.
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Jayden1232 h, 8 m ago

back order until march?


Hmmm looks like it, I'll hit the expire button on this
back order until march?
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morocco120 h, 24 m ago

Is it surge protected? In need of one, seems 6 plugs at the TV is no …Is it surge protected? In need of one, seems 6 plugs at the TV is no longer sufficient to accommodate all the devices I'm accumulating.


I can't see a 10 way with surge and USB.
This black 6 way with USB is surge protected at £6.35 although with 1m lead and not vertical mounted
cpc.farnell.com/pro…rch
Or white for £6.18
cpc.farnell.com/pro…rch
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6 Outlet Master/Slave Extension Lead at Homebase for £3.50
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Homebase is discounting the "6 Outlet Master/Slave Extension Lead". I picked up three earlier and there appeared to be lots on stock. Just to note this is a ‘Smart’ extension lead… Read more
BurntEffigy54 m ago

Just got home with 3 of these and they all have this annoying, pretty …Just got home with 3 of these and they all have this annoying, pretty unbearable, buzzing noise, which gets even worse with anything plugged in to them. They'll all be going back tomorrow.


Horrible, isn't it? Thanks for confirming. Might be part of the reason this brand is getting so heavily discounted, or discontinued.
tightpants11 h, 41 m ago

Bought one of these - has annoying high pitch whining when plugged in. …Bought one of these - has annoying high pitch whining when plugged in. Going straight back.


Just got home with 3 of these and they all have this annoying, pretty unbearable, buzzing noise, which gets even worse with anything plugged in to them. They'll all be going back tomorrow.
Bought one of these - has annoying high pitch whining when plugged in. Going straight back.
dennissabre7 h, 28 m ago

No they don't. It's totally different.

They had these 6-gang 'smart' extensions instore but with 2 USB slots as well (looks like an item not stocked online).

homebase.co.uk/ene…302

They also had smart ones at the same price without USB
toonarmani5 h, 6 m ago

For £1 more they have the same extension but with 2 USB slots as well


No they don't. It's totally different.
Eveready 10 socket surge protected extension tower £12.99 @ B&M
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
2 metre lead
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Wow. This has gone hot for double the normal price for these on this site...... Absolutely miffed~~~~
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PurplePerson25 m ago

CPC deliver (free) to Northern Ireland fine if that helps.


Thanks. They don't state that on their site. It's good to know.
songbird022 h, 53 m ago

Free delivery to mainland UK only, that excludes me.


CPC deliver (free) to Northern Ireland fine if that helps.
guttediam8 m ago

Bought this one for 9.99 months ago from same store think it dropped to …Bought this one for 9.99 months ago from same store think it dropped to £7.99 at one point.Not voting either way


Me too , I bought in new year sale from B&M last year . Keep watching , these will retail at £7.99 as well.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 27th Dec 2017
Bought this one for 9.99 months ago from same store think it dropped to £7.99 at one point.
Not voting either way
Masterplug Weatherproof Box with 4 Socket 10 m Extension Lead £14.42 prime / £19.17 non prime @ Amazon
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Seems a good deal for those who need it for the xmas lights IP 54 rated enclosure Ideal for use with temporary outdoor power applications. Ideal for Christmas lighting decoratio… Read more
£15.00 for same item in Wilko's if you're non-prime and have a Wilkinson's nearby.
I payed full price 4 days ago so have just emailed them asking to refund the difference otherwise will send back and reorder at cheaper price
I used one of these as an access to get my cctv into the house. I drilled a 1.5" hole in the rear and sealed a pipe and put the pipe through the wall so it had a good seal and passed the cctv/ xmas light etc this way so no messing about.
cheers, just what I was after
Decent price on prime heat added
8 Gang Surge Protected Mains Extension Tower with USB - 2 m Lead - Black or White for £8.40 & free delivery @ CPC
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Please use the following link to access white colour: http://cpc.farnell.com/pro-elec/pel00133/extension-tower-8g-surge-black/dp/PL1541334?ost=pl1541434&iscrfnonsku=false&a… Read more
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GrahamWigan10th Dec

I totally dislike CPC. They summoned me to court after I returned a faulty …I totally dislike CPC. They summoned me to court after I returned a faulty item and after I stood up to them and declared myself NOT GUILTY they immediately cancelled their case. I did nothing wrong yet they chose to attempt to prosecute me. Beware! Buy elsewhere!


Hi Graham, i fear that you have made that sound a lot more interesting than the reality...

We do send out legal letters where we have an aged balance against an account - if you have returned a faulty item to us we would normally raise a credit to offset the balance, now the timing of this may have meant you have had a letter (not having the order details to hand its difficult to say exactly why you have had the letter).
You will have called us to advise what has happened (faulty return) in which case we will have removed this from the account.

The way you write this suggests we have actually had a date in court where you have had the opportunity to proclaim your innocence..

Sorry, but that is misleading as it is simply not the case.

We are sorry you have had a poor experience and while its OK to share that experience you need to be fair with what has actually happened.

Kind regards
The CPC Team.
I totally dislike CPC. They summoned me to court after I returned a faulty item and after I stood up to them and declared myself NOT GUILTY they immediately cancelled their case. I did nothing wrong yet they chose to attempt to prosecute me. Beware! Buy elsewhere!
I tried about 5 different devices with a wide variety of cables (I wasn't going to half-ass it after going to the trouble of buying a USB volt/ammeter) and 1.1A was the most it would deliver. With my little USB speaker it was delivering 0.3A.


I have learned more here than I did reading CPC's crappy explanation but in my mind it does not excuse the fact that I have a load of chargers that claim to deliver 2.0A and successfully do so, while this one claimed it and was consistently delivering half of any of my other chargers.


At least with my other cheap chargers they deliver 1A for everything instead of half of the maximum possible draw.
pibpob
'OK, but the power supply does not vary the current it supples to the device; the device varies the current it draws.'

I know I said that
jasee33 m ago

I know all this thanks.The pretext is/was that unless the charger is …I know all this thanks.The pretext is/was that unless the charger is manufactured by the phone etc, then it may damage it. This pretext is used for printers, rechargable batteries etc.Maybe a 'chemelion' charger could be made!



OK, but the power supply does not vary the current it supples to the device; the device varies the current it draws.

No power supply would be capable of providing less than 500mA, so I would suggest that it would never be damaged by a compliant device being connected, regardless of manufacturer. That is, one which does not draw more than 500mA unless it senses the right configuration of the data pins.
Pifco 6 Gang 2m Extension Lead Surge Protected With x2 USB - £3.99 in store at Home Bargains
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Seems a good deal for a surge protected extension and being able to charge some extra devices from the built in USB sockets. 4 way version also available for £2.99
you_gotta_be_kidding15 h, 56 m ago

It was a belkin one.


Belkin is really good, phone them up. Get it tested etc or you could try a different one first. You get them from 4 quid
JMac_D5th Dec

Surge protector could be slightly faulty or badly designed. It …Surge protector could be slightly faulty or badly designed. It happens.what was the make of the surge protector.


It was a belkin one.
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Enough sockets for all my gang! Heat op.
Seems to be a bit of disparity across branches. £5.99 in my local (Keighley) with 6 gang non-usb £3.99 & 4 gang £2.99 but they're a bit mixed up together on the shelf. Not as good as £4 price, but still well worth it at an ill octopus I'd say.
£6.99 in Rochdale branch

Heat anyway as OP found this for a bargain price.
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6 Way Outlet Extension Lead Surge Protector with 4 USB £14.99 Prime / £19.74 Non Prime @ Amazon (Sold by Bona Technology Co., Ltd and Fulfilled by Amazon)
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IF you want one this looks a good price. Says free P&P but it is for Amazon prime I think, so if you are one of those unsufferable peole that are not on Prime you might have to… Read more
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I don't give false information tho..... Sometimes you have to own up when your wrong or keep quiet about something you know nothing about
after buying "cube" extension I would never go back to this type. It's enough to plug into it anything of irregular size and between 2-5 ports are blocked
tsed2 m ago

A lot!


Think he's still got a nokia 3310 :-D
Haven't got a clue about this one but I have been aware of other multi plug extension leads which also include multi USB port charging of having some limitations beyond that of their rating. For me this one seems to have the mains plugs quite close to each other, and do not swivel, which might be an issue depending on what you are plugging in.

It does state that each USB port should be capable of up to 2.1A at 5v.

On a different brand we had I found that when using a Drok USB Electronic Load Tester (and others) I have found it suffered from voltage spikes and fluctuations the closer it got to its maximum rated Amp usage. When the second port was also being used the first port then gave voltage fluctuations with much lower Amp draw. It was beyond the 4.5v - 5.5v, which is supposed to be acceptable. Not sure how much would be considered ok in such variation before any damage could occur with what you are plugging in.

Up to now I had better consistency when using multi port type charging with either Anker or Ravpower products.

I tend to keep multiple mains plug extensions just for mains plugs.
Edited by: "VimesUK" 3rd Dec 2017
10 way Surge Protected Extension Lead £5.94 instore @ CPC Farnell
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Stack of these next to Collections counter in CPC Preston. SMJ Electrical - Surge Protector - 10 sockets - 2 metre - Surge active indicator - Power indicator neon - 13 Amp 3120 Wa… Read more
I ordered one too. The page says 'unbranded' but the part number and picture suggest it's SMJ which looks kosher and is available on amazon from £3-£5 more expensive.
Ordered one for delivery. Been needing something like this for a while. Cheers OP
Ordered
cmoi3 h, 1 m ago

£6.72 online is still a great price …£6.72 online is still a great price http://cpc.farnell.com/unbranded/s10wttb/extension-tower-surge-10-gang/dp/PL15653


We can do better then that though

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Edited by: "pennyfarthing88" 28th Nov 2017
This is a good price. Thanks very much for posting op. Hot from me.
Masterplug 6-Gang Surge Protected Extension Lead only £6.99 prime / £11.74 non prime - Amazon
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6 socket Masterplug surge protector for only £6.99 at amazon.co.uk. £10k surge protection. Usually cost around a tenner each. Out of stock but you know the drill - order now and yo… Read more
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sam_of_london1 h, 3 m ago

No switches. Negative. The one posted here from CPC is same with switch es


Sam the scam is back
robodan91810 m ago

dual plug sockets are rated at 20A max, 13A per socketif you're lucky, the …dual plug sockets are rated at 20A max, 13A per socketif you're lucky, the breaker in your breaker box is 32Ait's important not to overload any of these, and 80% of max is what's usually recommendedI thought this was common knowledge


Nope. Had absolutely no idea, but it's good to know.
ST31234 h, 20 m ago

Good quality surge protector, had one of these in use over ten years and …Good quality surge protector, had one of these in use over ten years and still works fine even now, though I have noticed recently the green surge protector LED is extremely weak and barely lights at all, so not sure whether the surge protector is still working on it?


Very much doubt it. The light on mine usually goes out completely at around of year old.
ITMA2 h, 1 m ago

OK, I'll take out the 20 Amp fuses from my plugs. Pay attention …OK, I'll take out the 20 Amp fuses from my plugs. Pay attention to robodan, he seems to know what he's talking about


dual plug sockets are rated at 20A max, 13A per socket
if you're lucky, the breaker in your breaker box is 32A
it's important not to overload any of these, and 80% of max is what's usually recommended
I thought this was common knowledge
robodan91812 m ago

favourite scene for surenote 4-gang is only 5.99 in case anyone is using …favourite scene for surenote 4-gang is only 5.99 in case anyone is using fewer plugs at higher watts (e.g. 13Ax240V=3120W max load, ~2560W safely; 2-3 plugs at 800-1300W/plug)Remember not to overload your plugs! Although each socket on a 2-socket wall plug can handle 20A, only 13A per plug is recommended

OK, I'll take out the 20 Amp fuses from my plugs.
Pay attention to robodan, he seems to know what he's talking about
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