Insignia 12' Extension Power Cord (NS-HW302-C) - Black - Only at Best Buy
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- 12-foot cord
- AC Input rating: 13A, 125 Vac @ 60Hz
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Of the 789 reviewers who responded, 784 would recommend this product.
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- Best Earbud value for the money!!!- April 14, 2017
I have purchased over a dozen headphones and earbuds over the last several years ..... and I have to say for the money, these are the top of my list. The sound is very good (and using the app, one can fine tune the sound for the music you are listening to). I found the fit was a bit difficult to find the best comfort - but after a few days of tweaking with the supplied ear cushions, I found something that works well for me. The battery life is mostly as advertised, i.e. I get a little less than the 8 hours (maybe 7 is what I have gotten on the first several charges.) Again for the money you are paying for these, really no complaints at all. Very pleased with this purchase.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Great Basic Extension Cord- August 19, 2015
Not much to say about this product. It is black, at the length specified, heavy duty, 3-prong US 110v compatible and does exactly what it's suppose to - deliver power! It's very rugged so there's not much flex to it at the plug. So if you are trying to conceal the outlet this is plugged into, you may have to extend your cabinet out a little further to accommodate for the extra inch or two it sticks out.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Your Devices Will Thank You- December 17, 2020
Okay I get it. It is device that we use to connect the devices that we love, but having a good cable sometimes can be just as important as the device itself. If you are looking for a qality picture, sound or just providing the right amount of power to your devices you want a good cable or power cord to connect those devices. Now is not the time to go cheap because you get what you pay for. For example, if you spend several hundred dollars on a good TV that provides a good picture a cheap HDMI cable is not going to cut it. If you want good sound from you optical device again you have to pay for quality. If you want good network connections then again why be cheap LOL! The last example is a good power cord because how many products can be damaged through poor power cables. So in conclusion do what you want but for me a quality cable is important after spending hundreds of dollars on a device.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.