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Woods Surge Protector with Overload Safety Feature, 6 Outlets and 2.5' Cord for 280J of Protection, 2 Pack - $12.99

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Nov 15, 2020
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SUBJECT wrote: no usb-a port. no buy
Thanks for letting us know
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sachinvbagade wrote: How's the brand?
I've used Wood for many years. Never on purpose, price was always right at Home Depot.
Never had an issue.
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Oct 6, 2018
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280J doesn't seem like much protection for your electronics. Maybe only use it for your peripheral electronics and accessories.
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Feb 26, 2018
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Woods as in Canadian Tire's in house camping equipment brand?
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Costco has a premium one for 7 bucks more.
That will likely outlast these ones with ease
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sachinvbagade wrote: How's the brand?
I would consider them. I have a few Woods devices for a few years with no issues.
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sachinvbagade wrote: How's the brand?
I bought a similar one about 9 months ago: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B077VV4GQC . It has been working fine. I only needed an extension cord to get additional outlets but it was inexpensive and has a switch which is not present in cheap extension cords. I don't know how useful it is for suppressing surges.
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BikramjeetSGarcha wrote: Costco has a premium one for 7 bucks more.
That will likely outlast these ones with ease
I have a couple of the Costco APC one and it's soo nice, has 11ports + 2usb ports, has a thick 8ft cord with an angled port, the cord can also swivel on the bar, and it's has a wayyyy higher rated protection at over 2000joules
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sachinvbagade wrote: How's the brand?
Woods products I've used have CSA certification. They aren't a bad brand at all.
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aomous wrote: I have a couple of the Costco APC one and it's soo nice, has 11ports + 2usb ports, has a thick 8ft cord with an angled port, the cord can also swivel on the bar, and it's has a wayyyy higher rated protection at over 2000joules
Interestingly, I always have those fancy APC ones broken. But I've never managed to break any simple power bar yet.
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Jul 29, 2008
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(I'm not trying to de-value OP's post, but ...)

IKEA carries similar 2 pack power bars for $9 regular price.
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jeffgao wrote: (I'm not trying to de-value OP's post, but ...)

IKEA carries similar 2 pack power bars for $9 regular price.
Delivered to my door for free?
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blyndfyre wrote: Delivered to my door for free?
You don't get Amazon delivering $13 order to you for free either.
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BikramjeetSGarcha wrote: Costco has a premium one for 7 bucks more.
That will likely outlast these ones with ease
I'm all for quality, but I don't think I've ever had a power bar fail on me before.

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