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[Amazon.ca] STANLEY ShopMax 6-Outlet "METAL" Power Strip-CDN$ 8.44, FREE Shipping above $25 pur.

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[Amazon.ca] STANLEY ShopMax 6-Outlet "METAL" Power Strip-CDN$ 8.44, FREE Shipping above $25 pur.

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The Stanley Shop ax PS has 6 grounded outlets. Includes On/Off switch with built in circuit breaker. 3ft cord. Rated: 125V/15A/1875W.


STANLEY 31605 ShopMax PS 6-Outlet Metal Power Strip by STANLEY,

Price: CDN$ 8.44 & FREE Shipping on orders over CDN$ 25.
Only 4 left in stock (more on the way.......)


https://www.amazon.ca/STANLEY-31605-Sho ... ower+Strip
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Just wondering... What advantage does Metal construction bring to a PowerStrip, except for maybe making it sturdier and heavier?
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"Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your account will only be charged when we ship the item."
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Dealter wrote: Just wondering... What advantage does Metal construction bring to a PowerStrip, except for maybe making it sturdier and heavier?
Plastic ones go up to 10. Metal ones go up to 11!
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makaturing wrote: Plastic ones go up to 10. Metal ones go up to 11!
Sorry for my ignorance but what do these numbers mean?
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Dealter wrote: Sorry for my ignorance but what do these numbers mean?
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Dealter wrote: Just wondering... What advantage does Metal construction bring to a PowerStrip, except for maybe making it sturdier and heavier?
Apparently, the benefit is that, if you have an electrical fire / short, metal doesn't burn as easily as plastic.

http://www.beananimal.com/articles/outlet-strips.aspx


I kinda doubt it'll matter too much though, since the cord of whatever's plugged will probably catch fire too... and then spread.

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