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Flyer July 20 to August 1

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[Princess Auto] Flyer July 20 to August 1

Received the upcoming flyer yesterday. Starts July 20 to August 1.

Apologize for the quality of the pictures, having issues with my phone.
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Thanks for going to all of that trouble! Much appreciated.
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The 2 gallon sprayer looks good. Any idea if they have a decent 3000w power inverter? The stores will not answer phones. Grrrrrrr.......
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hill15 wrote: Part 2
Are those contractor extension cords any good? Looking to get one either black or yellow one for backyard. Are they meant for outdoor?
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Princess Auto 2 Week Flyer starts July 20th till Aug 1st, 2021.

Great deals include:

SUV Soft-Shell Camping Tent with 6 ft Awning $399
https://www.princessauto.com/en/suv-sof ... 0009018003

Medium Tailgate Pad $44.99 (35%off)
https://www.princessauto.com/en/medium- ... 0008819468

2 Ton Foldable Shop Crane $279.99 ($120off)
https://www.princessauto.com/en/2-ton-f ... 0008668014

196cc Coleman Trail Bike with Wide Frame $844.44 ($155off)
https://www.princessauto.com/en/196cc-c ... 0008924920

I also decided to upload the whole flyer for those who like to know what's for sale in advance. A great way for us to talk about the items.

I used a bulk renamer to reorganize the flyer for easier viewing and put it into a PDF: Here
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$9.99 for the 1.6L oil/fuel extractor is a good deal for those that don't want to take the drain plugs out at the risk of stripping the plugs on lawn mowers/snow throwers. Probably a good idea to buy two of those and use one for fuel extraction and the other for oil (if you're running a 4 cycle system) as cleaning out the oil bottle would get messy and you would not want to get oil in the fuel.

https://www.princessauto.com/en/16-litr ... 0008469512


$2.77 for the 1 1/2 handheld sprayer for gardeners, personal mister, dog mister, kitchen/bathroom/WC cleaner.

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mapleleaf6 wrote: Are those contractor extension cords any good? Looking to get one either black or yellow one for backyard. Are they meant for outdoor?
I have never purchased extension cords from PA, hopefully someone will have some feedback regarding those for you.
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mapleleaf6 wrote: Are those contractor extension cords any good? Looking to get one either black or yellow one for backyard. Are they meant for outdoor?
I purchased a 50ft extension cord yellow from PA. Works well and seems to be heavy duty. I use it for the lawn mower in the backyard. I also have 100ft but i cant remember if I purchase it from PA too but they look very similar.

Edit: Just saw the photo, I purchased a yellow 50ft for ~$15 in store few weeks back. Dont pay $100+ lol
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Murkdx wrote: I purchased a 50ft extension cord yellow from PA. Works well and seems to be heavy duty. I use it for the lawn mower in the backyard. I also have 100ft but i cant remember if I purchase it from PA too but they look very similar.

Edit: Just saw the photo, I purchased a yellow 50ft for ~$15 in store few weeks back. Dont pay $100+ lol
$15 for 50 ft is a great price. Will go to store or wait maybe for future sale. Are these good to left outside in rain?
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thedealhunter2000 wrote: ...

$2.77 for the 1 1/2 handheld sprayer for gardeners, personal mister, dog mister, kitchen/bathroom/WC cleaner.

https://www.princessauto.com/en/1-1-2-l ... 0008534455
I just picked up this sprayer this past week, for $3.99 :)
https://www.princessauto.com/en/15-litr ... 0008964751

Looks about the same, just bigger discount. oh well.
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mapleleaf6 wrote: Are those contractor extension cords any good? Looking to get one either black or yellow one for backyard. Are they meant for outdoor?
As long as they are 12AWG or lower, they should be pretty decent. For up to 25ft, you can surely get away with 14AWG for basic tasks. But if you are going to 50ft, stick with 12AWG, and at 100ft, depending what you will be running, you may even want to drop down to 10AWG. Voltage drop increases with length and high current devices, can have issues.

Run a 13A brush motor (like a leave blower) through a 100ft 14AWG extension, for extended periods of time, and you will destroy the brushes (if you don't destroy the windings) due to the voltage drop.

Now, in terms of being used for outdoors, I don't see why not. If you plan to use them in -30C weather however, you will need to look for cable with a flexible enough jacket in cold weather. They are not all made the same for that. And obviously not meant to be dragged through "lakes" of water either (just use common sense) :)
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100% agree with Emporium.

If you use cord just for LED lights in the backyard - 14AWG (American wire gauge) is ok. Don't get 16AWG (the higher number, the smaller cross section, less current flows through).

If you intend to run any equipment, get 12 gauge - the best place is Costco: 100ft 12AWG for less then $50. And it's rated for low temperatures, I use it with my snow blower.

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hill15 wrote: I have never purchased extension cords from PA, hopefully someone will have some feedback regarding those for you.
Murkdx wrote: I purchased a 50ft extension cord yellow from PA. Works well and seems to be heavy duty. I use it for the lawn mower in the backyard. I also have 100ft but i cant remember if I purchase it from PA too but they look very similar.

Edit: Just saw the photo, I purchased a yellow 50ft for ~$15 in store few weeks back. Dont pay $100+ lol
mapleleaf6 wrote: $15 for 50 ft is a great price. Will go to store or wait maybe for future sale. Are these good to left outside in rain?
Emporium wrote: As long as they are 12AWG or lower, they should be pretty decent. For up to 25ft, you can surely get away with 14AWG for basic tasks. But if you are going to 50ft, stick with 12AWG, and at 100ft, depending what you will be running, you may even want to drop down to 10AWG. Voltage drop increases with length and high current devices, can have issues.

Run a 13A brush motor (like a leave blower) through a 100ft 14AWG extension, for extended periods of time, and you will destroy the brushes (if you don't destroy the windings) due to the voltage drop.

Now, in terms of being used for outdoors, I don't see why not. If you plan to use them in -30C weather however, you will need to look for cable with a flexible enough jacket in cold weather. They are not all made the same for that. And obviously not meant to be dragged through "lakes" of water either (just use common sense) :)
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Thanks guys for all your help! Backyard doesnt have any outlets and I am too lazy to run wires and create a new socket. What I was planning to use one of these and run through the side of the house and plug them in the garage and use them to charge phones or plug some lights if needed. Do you guys these should be ok for that? Thanks again!
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mapleleaf6 wrote: Thanks guys for all your help! Backyard doesnt have any outlets and I am too lazy to run wires and create a new socket. What I was planning to use one of these and run through the side of the house and plug them in the garage and use them to charge phones or plug some lights if needed. Do you guys these should be ok for that? Thanks again!
If this is just an occasional thing you will do, then that is fine. While having a small party in the back or doing some work.
If you plan to leave the cable connected for days/week/etc.., then I do NOT recommend it. The Sun/UV will very quickly kill the outer plastic, and it will get very brittle, very fast. And before you ask, no, burying it a little will not help, since these cables are NOT rated for direct burial. And leaving live wires hanging in the back yard, where they can get wet during a rain shower, and possibly find them plug ends on the floor, in a puddle, is not the safest thing around either.

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