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Heavy Duty Extension Lead

Rat

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Im after a heavy duty extension lead to run from kitchen to outside shed, approx 15-20m
The lead will not me in any weather conditions as it backs onto the house by a covered roof

It will run a chest freezer and occasionally a tumble dryer

What would you recommend ?
I was thinking something like this might do ?
 

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Him Her

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Not sure where that one is from but it looks like a Woodside make.

If so, should be fine provided both ends are protected from the weather and an RCD protects it.
 

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Yes @Him Her it was Woodside make :)


Also found this one

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I would just get a bit of this
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will cost a little more bit you can hide it underground and is safe from getting chewed by anything
add a breaker and consumer unit in shed and your good
 

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I would just get a bit of this
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will cost a little more bit you can hide it underground and is safe from getting chewed by anything
add a breaker and consumer unit in shed and your good
This would be notifiable work though :).

Argh! New harmonised colours, it burns my eyes!
 

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Where are you going to feed it from @Rat ?

I have one like this on the back wall of the house >
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Also handy for any garden tools & patio stuff :)

Just make sure whatever you put out there is IP66 rated