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October 26, 2006

Clamp-On Power Bar


From the website:

    Clamping Power Bar

    It is helpful to position a power bar at waist level for easy access.

    This clamping power bar has a spring clamp that allows you to temporarily attach it where you want it, such as on the leg of a sawhorse (works best on beams 1" to 2" deep).

    A universal joint adjusts the bar to any angle and can be tightened in position.

    Suitable for tools and equipment rated to 15 amps and 125 volts, this 12-outlet power bar with circuit breaker has a 6', 14-gauge cord, and will accept two-prong or three-prong plugs.

    Power switch is lighted when active.


Think outside the workshop space — plenty useful at work and home.

By my count you can plug up to 12 things into this puppy, double what most power strips offer.



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