• Bayco Kw 130 Cord Storage Reel With Center Spin Handle, 150 Feet,Orange
Bayco Kw 130 Cord Storage Reel With Center Spin Handle, 150 Feet,Orange

Bayco Kw 130 Cord Storage Reel With Center Spin Handle, 150 Feet,Orange

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  • Durability and Safety tested for the toughest situations
  • Designed in the USA with quality materials
  • Used in Tactical, Outdoor, Recreation levels
  • It is 13 inch, Orange, Cord Storage Reel
  • It is Heavy Duty Impact Resistant Plastic
  • Holds Up To 150 foot 16/3 SJT, 125 foot 14/3 SJT Or 100 foot 12/3 SJT Cord

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Who knew reeling a 100ft cord could be so easy The first thing I noticed was this item is actually pretty big (I took a picture next to a dollar bill for scale). But I was looking for something to reel a large extension cord and keep the garage nice and neat. I saw the one with the stand but after reading the reviews the cheaper ones you have issues getting the male part of the cord where you need it (might not be able to spin because of the stand). I bought this one because it had no stand so i thought it would be able to free spin.It works! the black handle in the middle spins where you would hold it and reel up the cord as you spin the knob on the side. It really does not seem flimsy or unstable and does a nice job reeling in the cord. The only thing is it knots up or can favor one side and you have to go back and forth yourself but for the money that was not an issue for me. It worked way better when I laid the cord out straight since its hard to get much torque spinning this thing.Overall its great and works perfect! I have a picture of it holding a 13lb 100ft 12 gauge cord.Click YES if this review was helpful. If you have a question, leave a comment and I'll answer you! Feedback helps me improve my review! Thank you!!! 5Clever reel design- major flaw Pros:-holds my 100' 15 gage extension cord nicely-large size-clever hand reel center-gaps to hold cord ends, no need to unwind fully each timeCons:-when using the reel feature the handle loosens and will come off-over 100 feet? Probably best to look elsewhereSummary:I was tired of my 100 foot cord taking up a lot of space in garage, even when bundled, and sought a low cost option to organize it. I came across this product and for the price I figured can't go wrong.This is a great product- clever reel design, holds heavy duty cord nicely- but there is a major flaw in the handle design.To work you hold the black center and use the small handle to rotate the product allowing the cord to "wind" around the center. Unfortunately the movement of rotating causes the screw to loosen and I've had the handle fall off multiple times to the point where I don't even bother with it anymore. It's a bit of an annoyance but for the price it's a decent product. Had the handle been more sturdy it would be perfect (as long as your cord is 100 feet or less) however as that's the main way to assist in an even rotation I can't give this more than 3 stars. 3Prefer it to the KW-110 A few days ago I bought a Bayco KW-110 for my 100' cord. I loved it because it was quick to use and didn't cause kinks. There were three problems. First, I had to cut away bumps left from molding so it would rotate smoothly all the way around. Second, it was hard to get my big, round outlet connector through the hole. Third, the cord filled it to the rim. If I wasn't carful to minimize criss-crossing, it might not fit.I decided to use the 110 for my 50' cord and order a 130 for the longer one. The one I received was branded HDX. It's identical to Amazon's photo except that the knob and support handle are gray, not black. HDX seems to be the brand name Bayco uses for distribution through Home Depot.It seemed flimsy because the sides flexed more than those of the 110. That's natural. The sides extend nearly 4" from the hub, compared to nearly 3" on the 110. Also, the sides have more holes than the 110. The plastic seems like polyethylene. Instead of being a sign of weakness, flexibility may help it absorb shock if dropped.The holes are bigger, making it easier to insert my outlet connector. They are designed so I could attach the cord to wind with either hand.The support handle was uncomfortably small. It had been okay on the 110, and the handles were identical. With the 130, I'd made the mistake of putting my thumb and fingers through the handle. It's more comfortable if I put only my fingers through, laying my thumb against the side of the handle.The 130 will wind my 100' cord with an inch to spare. The 110 will wind my 50' cord with an inch to spare. The cords should fit even if I don't bother to wind them as compactly as possible. 5Great product - but buy the next size up. Does what it is supposed to do - except one thing. This is appropriate for 100 feet of extension cord, IMHO. My goal is to save time, quickly wrapping up extension cords, keeping them from becoming a tangled mess. I bought the "100 foot" reel for my 100 foot cords, but to get all 100 feet onto one, you need to carefully wind the cord onto the reel, like how the cord is when bought new and still in the package, all perfectly wound up with no air gaps. That takes time. If you wind them up quickly, my emphasis on "quickly," the cord crosses back and forth randomly, causing air gaps, and 100 feet of cord won't fit onto a 100 foot reel. So these reels made for "150" foot cords store the 100 foot cords QUICKLY. If you try to get 150 foot of cord onto these, well that takes time to be nice and neat about it, which kinda defeats the purpose of these, in my mind anyway. These work great for my 100 foot cords, to wind them up quickly.One other thing, if you leave these in the sun, the sun destroys the plastic in just a year or so, at least in the Southwest where I live, like most plastic. You'll get 10 years out of these if kept out of the sun when storing them. Great product, cheap, simple, does the job, I just recommend you buy oversize ones if wanting to wind up your cords QUICKLY.. 5Handle on the inside is awkward to use and cord comes flipping off if you lose your grip. This is a nice sturdy cord holder that does what it intended, eventually. I found the holder in the middle very awkward to operate, especially since my 100ft cord had been yanked out of its coil and dragged across the garden. This caused a LOT of twists and turns that had to be dealt with. If you let go of the inside handle the wrapped cord comes springing off and you have to do it again. Even on sections where I could pull the cord taut while wrapping, I still had trouble getting it to go on evenly rather than collecting all on one side. I m going to go back to a reel that has a knob on the outside, so that I can hold it between my ankles while I m untangling it.You might say that I should just take better care of my tools. You d be right except that there are 4 other people using my tools and every single one of them leaves all tools and supplies right where they finished working. Considering how much nagging it took to get them to do any work at all, I just don t have the time to get them to put stuff back before it rains. Oh well. 3Nice storage reel! The specs state it will hold 100 foot 12/3 extension cord, and this is correct. I was able to store the entire length of a Woods 992555 12/3 SJTW High Visibility Extension Cord with Cord Clip, 100-Foot, Yellow with a little room to spare. The sides of the reel are somewhat flexible but appear to made of a very tough plastic. Two holes on the sides of the reel are designed to "hook" the end of the cord so you can began rolling the cord on. The orange reel/spool turns freely on the black plastic hand hold. I sprayed a little silicon spray to make the surfaces really slick. Though it may seem a little awkward to hold while reeling, feeling that you need a 3rd hand to help guide the cord on, a little side to side movement is all it takes to wind the cord on somewhat evenly. I prefer this reel over the other type that has a handle & and a base. I am very pleased with this storage reel and do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone looking for cord storage reel. 5A small price for big convenience I bought this to store a 100 foot 16-guage outdoor extension cord. My cord fits with plenty of room to spare, so I find it plausible that it would accommodate a 150 foot cord of the same thickness.After clipping one end of the cord onto the reel, you hold the handle in the hub with one hand as you rotate the reel with the other to retract the cord. It's easier than coiling manually, my hands stay cleaner, and the cord doesn't accumulate twists over time. There's a flat spot on the reel so that you can stand it up on edge without having it roll around. That takes up a lot less space than leaving the coiled cord on the floor of the garage as I used to do.I wouldn't call this product heavy-duty, but it's sturdy and functional and a great investment for the price. I give it 5 stars because it met all my expectations. 5Sufficient I got this to store a 200ft length of Cat 6A ethernet cable, and it works pretty well for that. It's hard to complain about something so inexpensive, but I docked it one star for a couple reasons: - Made out of fairly thin, flexible plastic. This ended up being okay for a lighter weight cord, like ethernet, but I'd probably want something a little sturdier for a heavy extension cord, etc. - Lots of burrs where the plastic squeezed into the injection mold seams. This is an issue from a safety and comfort standpoint because they tend to be sharp. From a functional standpoint it's also bad because they can nick your cable's jacket and shorten its life. This is particularly true if you're using it for a cable with a more delicate jacket, like ethernet cable. The burrs can be fixed in a few minutes with a file, but who wants to do that? 4It Works - BUT ! After reading the Reviews, I bought this Item in Mid 2017 for storing a 100 Foot, 12 Ga./3 Wire Extension Cord. The Cord fits on it OK, and though it is a bit heavy when loaded, with a strong arm rewinding is (grunt) manageable. However, the only drawback to this Item which I've experienced is that when you store the Item loaded, on its Base in the Upright Position you will find that it's Base has spread wide apart and the Cord's Wire will be resting on the shelf. Undoubtedly, the Moulded Plastic is too lightweight for this application. And, its been stored at room Temp. Laying it on its side is awkward. Maybe mounting it on a wall with a bracket through the hole to support the Flat of the Black Holder will solve the deficiency. Too bad it wasn't made from metal ! 4Handle fell off on first use!! I have two or three of these from Home Depot, Lowe s, and ace hardware. This is easily the most lightweight of the bunch in terms of plastic thickness/durability.I was winding up a 50ft 14/3 wire on this. Everything was going fine until the handle fell off. I was able to reattach it luckily, but it makes you question the quality when things fall apart during the first use. I recommend buying something else! 1
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Who knew reeling a 100ft cord could be so easy The first thing I noticed was this item is actually pretty big (I took a picture next to a dollar bill for scale). But I was looking for something to reel a large extension cord and keep the garage nice and neat. I saw the one with the stand but after reading the reviews the cheaper ones you have issues getting the male part of the cord where you need it (might not be able to spin because of the stand). I bought this one because it had no stand so i thought it would be able to free spin.It works! the black handle in the middle spins where you would hold it and reel up the cord as you spin the knob on the side. It really does not seem flimsy or unstable and does a nice job reeling in the cord. The only thing is it knots up or can favor one side and you have to go back and forth yourself but for the money that was not an issue for me. It worked way better when I laid the cord out straight since its hard to get much torque spinning this thing.Overall its great and works perfect! I have a picture of it holding a 13lb 100ft 12 gauge cord.Click YES if this review was helpful. If you have a question, leave a comment and I'll answer you! Feedback helps me improve my review! Thank you!!! 5Clever reel design- major flaw Pros:-holds my 100' 15 gage extension cord nicely-large size-clever hand reel center-gaps to hold cord ends, no need to unwind fully each timeCons:-when using the reel feature the handle loosens and will come off-over 100 feet? Probably best to look elsewhereSummary:I was tired of my 100 foot cord taking up a lot of space in garage, even when bundled, and sought a low cost option to organize it. I came across this product and for the price I figured can't go wrong.This is a great product- clever reel design, holds heavy duty cord nicely- but there is a major flaw in the handle design.To work you hold the black center and use the small handle to rotate the product allowing the cord to "wind" around the center. Unfortunately the movement of rotating causes the screw to loosen and I've had the handle fall off multiple times to the point where I don't even bother with it anymore. It's a bit of an annoyance but for the price it's a decent product. Had the handle been more sturdy it would be perfect (as long as your cord is 100 feet or less) however as that's the main way to assist in an even rotation I can't give this more than 3 stars. 3Prefer it to the KW-110 A few days ago I bought a Bayco KW-110 for my 100' cord. I loved it because it was quick to use and didn't cause kinks. There were three problems. First, I had to cut away bumps left from molding so it would rotate smoothly all the way around. Second, it was hard to get my big, round outlet connector through the hole. Third, the cord filled it to the rim. If I wasn't carful to minimize criss-crossing, it might not fit.I decided to use the 110 for my 50' cord and order a 130 for the longer one. The one I received was branded HDX. It's identical to Amazon's photo except that the knob and support handle are gray, not black. HDX seems to be the brand name Bayco uses for distribution through Home Depot.It seemed flimsy because the sides flexed more than those of the 110. That's natural. The sides extend nearly 4" from the hub, compared to nearly 3" on the 110. Also, the sides have more holes than the 110. The plastic seems like polyethylene. Instead of being a sign of weakness, flexibility may help it absorb shock if dropped.The holes are bigger, making it easier to insert my outlet connector. They are designed so I could attach the cord to wind with either hand.The support handle was uncomfortably small. It had been okay on the 110, and the handles were identical. With the 130, I'd made the mistake of putting my thumb and fingers through the handle. It's more comfortable if I put only my fingers through, laying my thumb against the side of the handle.The 130 will wind my 100' cord with an inch to spare. The 110 will wind my 50' cord with an inch to spare. The cords should fit even if I don't bother to wind them as compactly as possible. 5Great product - but buy the next size up. Does what it is supposed to do - except one thing. This is appropriate for 100 feet of extension cord, IMHO. My goal is to save time, quickly wrapping up extension cords, keeping them from becoming a tangled mess. I bought the "100 foot" reel for my 100 foot cords, but to get all 100 feet onto one, you need to carefully wind the cord onto the reel, like how the cord is when bought new and still in the package, all perfectly wound up with no air gaps. That takes time. If you wind them up quickly, my emphasis on "quickly," the cord crosses back and forth randomly, causing air gaps, and 100 feet of cord won't fit onto a 100 foot reel. So these reels made for "150" foot cords store the 100 foot cords QUICKLY. If you try to get 150 foot of cord onto these, well that takes time to be nice and neat about it, which kinda defeats the purpose of these, in my mind anyway. These work great for my 100 foot cords, to wind them up quickly.One other thing, if you leave these in the sun, the sun destroys the plastic in just a year or so, at least in the Southwest where I live, like most plastic. You'll get 10 years out of these if kept out of the sun when storing them. Great product, cheap, simple, does the job, I just recommend you buy oversize ones if wanting to wind up your cords QUICKLY.. 5Handle on the inside is awkward to use and cord comes flipping off if you lose your grip. This is a nice sturdy cord holder that does what it intended, eventually. I found the holder in the middle very awkward to operate, especially since my 100ft cord had been yanked out of its coil and dragged across the garden. This caused a LOT of twists and turns that had to be dealt with. If you let go of the inside handle the wrapped cord comes springing off and you have to do it again. Even on sections where I could pull the cord taut while wrapping, I still had trouble getting it to go on evenly rather than collecting all on one side. I m going to go back to a reel that has a knob on the outside, so that I can hold it between my ankles while I m untangling it.You might say that I should just take better care of my tools. You d be right except that there are 4 other people using my tools and every single one of them leaves all tools and supplies right where they finished working. Considering how much nagging it took to get them to do any work at all, I just don t have the time to get them to put stuff back before it rains. Oh well. 3Nice storage reel! The specs state it will hold 100 foot 12/3 extension cord, and this is correct. I was able to store the entire length of a Woods 992555 12/3 SJTW High Visibility Extension Cord with Cord Clip, 100-Foot, Yellow with a little room to spare. The sides of the reel are somewhat flexible but appear to made of a very tough plastic. Two holes on the sides of the reel are designed to "hook" the end of the cord so you can began rolling the cord on. The orange reel/spool turns freely on the black plastic hand hold. I sprayed a little silicon spray to make the surfaces really slick. Though it may seem a little awkward to hold while reeling, feeling that you need a 3rd hand to help guide the cord on, a little side to side movement is all it takes to wind the cord on somewhat evenly. I prefer this reel over the other type that has a handle & and a base. I am very pleased with this storage reel and do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone looking for cord storage reel. 5A small price for big convenience I bought this to store a 100 foot 16-guage outdoor extension cord. My cord fits with plenty of room to spare, so I find it plausible that it would accommodate a 150 foot cord of the same thickness.After clipping one end of the cord onto the reel, you hold the handle in the hub with one hand as you rotate the reel with the other to retract the cord. It's easier than coiling manually, my hands stay cleaner, and the cord doesn't accumulate twists over time. There's a flat spot on the reel so that you can stand it up on edge without having it roll around. That takes up a lot less space than leaving the coiled cord on the floor of the garage as I used to do.I wouldn't call this product heavy-duty, but it's sturdy and functional and a great investment for the price. I give it 5 stars because it met all my expectations. 5Sufficient I got this to store a 200ft length of Cat 6A ethernet cable, and it works pretty well for that. It's hard to complain about something so inexpensive, but I docked it one star for a couple reasons: - Made out of fairly thin, flexible plastic. This ended up being okay for a lighter weight cord, like ethernet, but I'd probably want something a little sturdier for a heavy extension cord, etc. - Lots of burrs where the plastic squeezed into the injection mold seams. This is an issue from a safety and comfort standpoint because they tend to be sharp. From a functional standpoint it's also bad because they can nick your cable's jacket and shorten its life. This is particularly true if you're using it for a cable with a more delicate jacket, like ethernet cable. The burrs can be fixed in a few minutes with a file, but who wants to do that? 4It Works - BUT ! After reading the Reviews, I bought this Item in Mid 2017 for storing a 100 Foot, 12 Ga./3 Wire Extension Cord. The Cord fits on it OK, and though it is a bit heavy when loaded, with a strong arm rewinding is (grunt) manageable. However, the only drawback to this Item which I've experienced is that when you store the Item loaded, on its Base in the Upright Position you will find that it's Base has spread wide apart and the Cord's Wire will be resting on the shelf. Undoubtedly, the Moulded Plastic is too lightweight for this application. And, its been stored at room Temp. Laying it on its side is awkward. Maybe mounting it on a wall with a bracket through the hole to support the Flat of the Black Holder will solve the deficiency. Too bad it wasn't made from metal ! 4Handle fell off on first use!! I have two or three of these from Home Depot, Lowe s, and ace hardware. This is easily the most lightweight of the bunch in terms of plastic thickness/durability.I was winding up a 50ft 14/3 wire on this. Everything was going fine until the handle fell off. I was able to reattach it luckily, but it makes you question the quality when things fall apart during the first use. I recommend buying something else! 1
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