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Connect up to four mains-powered devices to a single socket with the Masterplug 4-Gang Compact Surge Protected Extension Lead. This Masterplug 4-Gang Compact Surge Protected Extension Lead provides five metres of extension cable for complete flexibility, and comes supplied with a £10,000 warranty against surge-damaged connected equipment.
Finished ion attractive gloss black, the unit powers and protects your home office equipment including home computers, printers, monitors or any other valuable devices that need protection from damaging surges and spikes. Space saving compact design provides 4 convenient power sockets.
SURGE PROTECTION ADVICE. Hundreds of power surges can occur in your home and office every day. The switching on/off of fluorescent lights and household appliances like refrigerators, washing machines and tumble dryers can cause power surges and spikes.
MASTERPLUG SURGE WARRANTY. Confident in our ‘state of the art’ technology Masterplug Surge products come with a ‘Connected Equipment Warranty’. In the unlikely event that a surge passes through this protection device within 3 years of purchase and damage occurs to the connected equipment, Masterplug will pay up to the amount shown on the product packaging to repair or replace the equipment. Masterplug stands by the quality of its Surge products.
1 x 4-Gang Surge Protected Extension Lead
i've got the 4 plug, 6 plug with and without the usb sockets and the only thing that stops me giving it 5 stars is it doesn't have individual switches or even just one switch (that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by hmmmm
Havent actually used this yet, but I know its just the job for what I need it for, to run a heater into our caravan awning, its good also the way you can charge up devices on... Read morePublished 2 months ago by maureen
I have no means to assess the product's "surge protection". The cable length and design are just right for the room and layout I was purchasing it for. Read morePublished 4 months ago by tiredoldgit