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Surge Protector Power Strip Tower with 12 Outlet and 3 USB Ports $22.99 FS ($4.59 pts rewards)

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[Primecables.ca] Surge Protector Power Strip Tower with 12 Outlet and 3 USB Ports $22.99 FS ($4.59 pts rewards)

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PRODUCT HIGHLIGHTS
12 USA outlets and 3 USB ports.
Light indicator to show the working states.
14 AGW pure copper cable to provide a stable current transmission.
1050J surge protection outlets to protect your appliances and devices.
ABS and PC fire retardant material makes it more durable and longer lifetime.
The on/off switch with integrated circuit breaker for overload protection of all outlets.
45° angle plug is great for stashing under or behind furniture, and won’t block the bottom wall outlet.

$10 off & Free Shipping for Jan 4 only
PC 10X S-Points 24H Deal = 4598 pts/$4.59 rewards (10,000 pts = $10)
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Oct 8, 2007
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Oh man really wished this had USB-C
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theflyingsquirrel wrote: Does it has enough space for power block side by side?
From the picture it looks enough space for big blocks. But if your block is sideways, you need to plug it on the top one
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Aug 30, 2016
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How would this compare to the CyberPower battery backup CP1000AVRLCD with a dead battery which I am not planning to refill? Any cons using that as a surge protector instead of this?
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Deets on the USB ports charging capabilities?
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psa since i've been burned by shopper+ before: free returns means free shipping

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Jun 18, 2011
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Was looking for a surge protector and didn’t know a “tower” version exists. Definitely will be more tidy when dealing with 8-12 outlets. I decided to get one from Amazon as this one that OP posted only has a max of 1050 joules.
Most Amazon ones start at 1800 joules. I found a 12 outlet one for $21 (no USB ports). There are ones with 3 usb ports + 1 usb-c port. If you go with one of those models, I would suggest paying a couple of extra dollars for the version that has a fast charging usb-c port (18w). I think I found a couple of those at $29, but only 8 or 9 outlets.
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LiQuiK wrote: Oh man really wished this had USB-C
Power Bar Power Strip with USB C, 3 Outlets 4 USB Ports (22.5W/4.5A) Desktop Charging Station, Flat Plug, 5ft Braided Extension Cord, Non Surge Protector for Travel, Cruise Ship https://a.co/d/7Uqlxms
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Interesting form factor, and I have just the location where something like this would work really well for me. I like that there are outlets on all four sides. I'm not concerned about the lack of USB-C ports because I can just plug in one of my USB-C power adapters into one of the outlets. I ordered one to try it out - if it works out well then I'll buy another one the next time it goes on sale. Thanks OP!
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I RFD wrote: Deets on the USB ports charging capabilities?
5V 3.1A total (2.4A max per port)
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I RFD wrote: Deets on the USB ports charging capabilities?
Probably just data tranafer
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Was just looking for a new power strip, thanks OP!
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Does this have some weight to it? Otherwise wouldn't a power adapter or heavier cables tip this thing over?
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CalgaryRunner wrote: Interesting form factor, and I have just the location where something like this would work really well for me. I like that there are outlets on all four sides. I'm not concerned about the lack of USB-C ports because I can just plug in one of my USB-C power adapters into one of the outlets. I ordered one to try it out - if it works out well then I'll buy another one the next time it goes on sale. Thanks OP!
What location is that where you want to showcase a rats nest full of cables?
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May 3, 2020
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If I need only 6 power outlets, are there cheaper products with similar quality?
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Oct 20, 2019
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What's the the length of the power strip?.
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Would this be good for setting up a HT? I'm looking for the "heavy duty" stuff someone mentioned to me. Something about bigger cables for connecting everything

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