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Allied Precision LockNDry Indoor / Outdoor Power Cord

Blain # 657053 | Mfr # LD16-25 | This product is stocked seasonally

Blain's - Allied Precision LockNDry Indoor / Outdoor Power Cord
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  • General use extension cord for indoor or outdoor use
  • Secure water - resistant electrical connection
  • Cord fits any standard outlet
  • Large black nut pulls the plug tight against the gasket to form a water - resistant seal
  • Red nut then locks everything in place and prevents cord separation
  • UL Listed
  • Use with Any Allied Precision LockNDry corded de-icer

Technical Description

Length: 25'
Gauge: 16
Amperage: 13A

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for safety reasons
STEVE B on Nov 23, 2015
Recommended by manufacturer of water tank de-icer that I bought.
Patricia P on Feb 19, 2015
Recommended for use with pond heater.
Shu N on Sep 12, 2015
Required for proper installation.
Frederick B on Feb 14, 2015
Does this only come in 25 feet, or is there a larger one? Is it safe to connect two of these when heating a trough?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2013
Best Answer: This also comes in 50 ft. I'm not sure about hooking two together.
Reply · Report · Lisa B on Feb 6, 2014
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Do you sell a 50 foot cord?. Also, I have a 25 foot cord already but need another 25 feet. Can 2 be joined safely to make the 50 feet I need?
Sue D on Oct 25, 2015
Best Answer: You can put them together as long as you use both lock n dry cords. You can use it with any cord but it only seals on the female end. So the other side would need to plug into a lock n dry cord to provide the water resistant seal. When running a cord to a chicken water heater in the winter I needed something that could get snow/wet on it without shorting out. Since it didn't reach all the way to the outlet from the heater, I used the lock n dry one where it would be on the ground/getting wet in winter. I put the other end into a regular extension cord but kept that end in a sheltered place. It worked for what I needed it for. If you will be getting both connections wet I would use both lock n dry cords. Not sure what sizes they come in.
Reply · Report · Courtney B on Oct 26, 2015
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do you have 50ft. how much?
A shopper on Nov 2, 2014
Best Answer: Unfortunately we do not have this style in the 50 foot size. I apologize for the inconvenience.
Reply · Report · Steph_SStaff on Nov 14, 2014
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