- Indoor and outdoor use – This is an extension cord with multiple uses. It’s ideal for gardening, landscaping, or powering any home appliance.
- 3 outlets. Water-resistant – Cables are protected from moisture, abrasion, and sunlight by a flexible vinyl covering.
- Prongs are protected from bending or breaking by reinforced blades. 10 gauge 3-wire grounded, 100 foot, 15 amp, 125 volt, 1875 watt, 5-15P/R, UL Listed. -40°F to +140°F is the temperature range.
- When the power is on, illuminated outlets inform you. Slip-resistant construction.
- Iron Forge Cable’s extension cords come with a lifetime guarantee, ensuring that you are satisfied with your purchase.
- You can order equipment from evadept.com or directly from the manufacturer to receive a limited warranty. The manufacturer will replace anything that goes wrong with this item for life.
Indoor and outdoor use with the tangle-resistant flat design.
- 10 gauge heavy duty wire
- The voltage is 125 volts at this time, 15 amp, this is a standard 1875 watt unit that can be used in most homes.
- UL Listed
- Designed in the United States by a veteran-owned company.
When the power is on, the female end of the cord lights up to let you know.
Yes, you can use an extension cable with a Tesla EV charger, but make sure that the extension cable is of the same amperage rating as the charger. Using an extension cable that has a lower amperage rating than the charger could damage the charger and/or the vehicle. The following are the EV charging extension cables that we’ve tested.
This product is suitable for a variety of charging equipment. Along with this product, other customers often buy another heavy duty extension cord, which has a safety certificate, for charging electric cars.
EV Adept has a review of other EV extension cords, like Iron Forge extension cord.