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Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

MKSlinky
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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

@Luzern

Interesting ineed! I doubt the average Joe even considers the difference when buying one though. So have you found a suitable product yet and if so are you following the advice?

Luzern
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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

Still have other things on mind (personal), that take precedence.

No one has to agree with my opinion, but in the time I have left a miracle would be nice.
VileReynard
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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

Have you considered a motor-generator set?

These are immune to virtually any spike (short of a lightening discharge).

Can be a bit noisy though. :cheesy:

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MKSlinky
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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

@VileReynard

Not as noisy as that gif image in your signature. :grin: Looks like strawberry jam running off a conveyor belt or is it paint?

What is it meant to be exactly? :huh:

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

I imagine it to be blood dripping from the ceiling, due to a dead body lying on the floor above. :thumbsup:

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip


@VileReynard wrote:
Can be a bit noisy though. :cheesy:

 

My Honda EX650's lovely and quiet on 50Hz mode... :grin:

Luzern
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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

For less than the Amazon price with Bamford Trading.del.inc. 

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

Aldi are selling one from next Sunday...£9.99

4 sockets with surge protection.

 

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

If you want a "normal" one then Ikea have the answer

6-way socket with anti-surge

KOPPLA

Earthed

£6.50

http://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/lighting/light-bulbs-accessories/koppla-6-way-socket-with-anti-su...

 

MKSlinky
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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip


@gleneagles wrote:

Aldi are selling one from next Sunday...£9.99

4 sockets with surge protection.

 


Would you really want to trust your valuable electronics to a device sold by Aldi? Probably made from cheap inferior parts to keep price down.

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

One other little job to do- fix it's cable and that for HomePlug and router to skirting for safety. Best way?

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

Good thinking Batman.., don't want to get yer zimmer fouled up! LOL :grin:

 

Just kiding, love you really Uncle Luzern :smiley:

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

Now what about a walking aid for gardeners, who like tending their lawns? Something like a trimmer frame?

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip

Like your thinking! :2funny:

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Re: Wanting a new surge protected extension strip


@Luzern wrote:

Now what about a walking aid for gardeners, who like tending their lawns? Something like a trimmer frame?


 

Why stand up when you can sit down?  :grin:

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