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Masterplug 4-Way Individually Switched 1m Extension Lead.

Number of sockets: 4. Cable length 1m. 13 amps. Power indicator. Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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Is this wall-mountable, ie does it have a couple of keyhole slots on the back?
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Keith
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Hi, thank you for your question.

I can confirm that the Masterplug 4-Way Individually Switched 1m Extension Lead does have two screwhole slots which allow it to be wall mounted.

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Location: Acton Gate
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Yes it does have two keyhole slots on the back. Please note that the case is sealed, no access to the internals.
Age: 65 or over
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Richard
Location: UK
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can this product be used outside in the garden
Age: 45 to 54
Gender: Female
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julie
Location: thetford
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Hi, thank you for your question.

I can confirm that it is not recommended to use this product where it may be in contact with liguid or moisture (i.e. condensation).

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Does it have a built in surge protector
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timb
Location: uk
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This one doesn't, other than the built in 'safety valve' of its own 13Amp fuse. If you want a trailing socket for expensive and sensitive computer equipment, you might want to consider the more expensive trailing sockets, specifically designed for that, which also tend to have a telephone line in/out on them for the same reason. As far as normal TV/DVD connections are concerned, I'd be happy to use this basic model, bearing in mind that most TV's are at least 5Amps so you may not be able to use the 4th socket without blowing a fuse. Also, if you use the switches to turn off your appliances fully rather than leaving them on standby, you will not only be protecting them anyway, but will also save electricity!
Age: 35 to 44
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Helene
Location: Dorset
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