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Belkin 12-Outlet USB Power Strip Surge Protector, Flat Plug, 6ft Cord (3,996 Joules), White

Price:PKR. 12,177.00 /

Asin: B00966IFQ0
Product weight: 2.12 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 1.57 x 7.01 x 15.12 inch
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Size: 6' |  Style: 12-Outlet USB |  Pattern Name: Power Strip The Belkin 12 outlet surge protector is perfect for home and office use. With 6 regular outlets and 6 Blockspace outlets, this protector can handle even oversized printer and charger plugs. The convenient USB ports allow you to charge smartphones, tablets and more while working, surfing or checking email. This surge protector also features 3996 joules of protection to keep equipment safe and advanced power filtration to help maintain data integrity and optimal system performance.  SURGE PROTECTION SAFETY If a surge protector ever becomes hot to the touch, shut off the unit immediately. Never daisy-chain power strips to other power strips or extension cords Never allow a power strip to be exposed to a moist environment Avoid running too many high-energy consuming appliances through a single surge protector at once High-energy consuming electronics/appliances include window AC units, space heaters, refrigerators, washers/dryers etc. Only one power strip should be plugged into a single two-outlet electrical socket Never cover a surge protector with carpet, furniture, or anything that would limit or prevent air circulation IMPORTANT: The protective components inside surge protectors that absorb over-voltage spikes will eventually wear out
Product Dimensions
1.57 x 7.01 x 15.12 inches
Item Weight
2.12 pounds
Item model number
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
Date First Available
October 6, 2017
Belkin Inc.
Bob Feeser
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2018

Review:You have to wonder if the people who are burning these out have them overloaded. For example a single small room space heater... well I will let Consumer Reports tell you > The electric space heaters tested at Consumer Reports use 1,500 watts to fully power. So with an 1800 watt max outlet strip typical for a 15 amp unit means that you can only plug a limited number of additional things, hopefully drawing very little wattage if you do. I have been using the slightly cheaper model of this version from Belkin that doesn't have quite as much in the joules rating, and it has worked flawlessly since Dec 2017. I am mentioning this because I was put back by the photos of the holes burnt in them. I plug a lot of things into mine and there is never a problem, but of course that is a standard 46" TV, or my 56", stereo equipment etc. etc. etc. and it works without a whisper. I have a few space heaters in the house for emergencies and usually just plug them directly into the wall on a dedicated circuit. Space heaters are cheap and the threat of a lightning spike is remote but due to the price it is not a big risk. I'm not an electrician, but that is my two cents. I just bought two of these for only a couple of dollars more than my other one just like it. It has a few hundred more joules in the rating like 4 thousand some instead of 3900. Works great. If something goes wrong I will be back to update my review. Read more

S. Holt
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on May 31, 2017

Review:Had a breaker trip after moron ex boyfriend plugged in a frayed extension cord outside. My high end gaming PC, assembled by my hand and at great expense, was a goner. Mobo and proc fried. Not an expert but I would think 3390 joules should have protected it. Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2018

Review:We had most of our major electronics plugged into this "surge" protector when we had a lightning strike. It did nothing. We lost our 50" TV, a Nintendo Switch, and our surround sound stereo system. The electrician who came to fix other damage caused by the lightning said these power strip surge protectors are useless. Apparently he is right. We read about the Belkin $300,000 warranty, but from what we've read, Belkin makes it very difficult to file a claim, and so we have decided to just file with our homeowner's insurance instead. If you are just looking for some extra outlets, I would suggest buying a cheaper power strip. If you're looking for something to protect against lightning strikes, you can forget this power strip and probably any other. Our electrician suggested we buy a whole house surge protector, which costs about $350, and so that will probably be our solution after we do some research on a reliable brand.. We certainly won't be buying anymore expensive surge protector power strips. This one at least was worthless. Read more

M. K. Harris
Rating:3.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on March 30, 2016

Review:This is the third one of these that I've purchased, and the manufacturing level has dropped in a big way. The first two I bought over a year ago and were solid/sturdy. I bought this one a week ago and it arrived in a misshapen box. Misshapen because whoever put it together decided that the on/off switch didn't need to sit straight on the plastic casing, and then just tried to screw it together anyway, bending the plastic casing and leaving the switch "sorta" on there. They shipped it like that. Obviously was not inspected by anyone. Amazon was cool and immediately sent me a replacement, but the replacement is of the same generation and is quite cheaply manufactured. It functions as an on/off switch, but I wouldn't trust it to do anything else. And I can't safely open it to verify the integrity of its internal components because the screws they use are single-use. So, yeah, pay attention to what you're buying here. The price is cheaper than it was a year ago, and the quality of manufacturing has also decreased. Read more

Eren Moreno
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2017

Review:Piece of JUNK! I live in a suuuper old house, like predating the Civil War old, so I bought this power strip for the Belkin name and the fact that it cost more than your run of the mill $8 ones you pick up at the store and may fair better with my old faulty wiring. You'd think for double the money it would be better right? WRONG! After only three months I just found this thing with a melted hole in the back and a big black spot on my wall where it exploded. I've had power strips from 1988 that've held up longer! Read more

Nil Bisoi
Rating:2.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on January 12, 2017

Review:The dual powered USB ports don't offer 2.4 AMP/12 W as advertised. The unit I received gives 1 AMP/5W for both USB ports combined and I verified it using Battery Pro app. When a device is being powered from one USB port, the 2nd USB port does not offer any current due to the low wattage on this unit. This is either false advertising or I received an outdated equipment. The second minor issue I have with this equipment is the power sockets are too close to each other, so any wider power adapter will cover the adjacent socket. Read more

Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 12, 2017

Review:USB outputs are not what is advertised here and the outlets are very close to each other so if your plugs are wide they don't fit together. However mounting is easy, the quality looks fine but the false advertisement about the USB outputs is very disappointing. Belkin sometimes makes good products like Belkin BE112230-08 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector this definitely is NOT one of them. I got myself APC 6-Outlet Wall Surge Protector 1080 Joules with USB Charger Ports, SurgeArrest Wall Tap (P6WU2) which is cheaper, has better USB output and the plugs are separated from each other. Read more

Tabor Kelly
Rating:5.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2015

Review:Mine came with an angled plug which is visible in one but not all of the product photos. This means that you can plug it into the top of a traditional two outlet receptacle and not block the bottom outlet. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 27, 2018

Review:Really great value here! Can handle a very high joule surge and has warranty if your device gets damaged from a surge. Way cheaper then other mutiport outlets and has better features. Its sleek and quite heavy (feels like high quality) thick 14 guage wire is a plus! The outlets all have built in covers that you can switch on so kids can't stick things into them. Overall fantastic ! Its muched appreciated if you found the review to be helpful, to hit the "helpful button" below. Thanks Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on December 18, 2019

Review:I used to relate Belkin to a good quality brand, but I will not buy from them again. I purchased this product and liked the USB charging option. Well, when I charge my phone at night, the electronic components related to USB charging emit a faint and high-pitched noise, which is not ideal when you're trying to sleep. The noise is NOT from my phone but from this plug unit. Now I don't trust using it with any of my electronics, it's garbage. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on March 10, 2017

Review:2 Years Update: It's been two years since i purchased this & have never had any major issues. If I want to be really critical, the only thing is the black safety covers on the outlets have started to come off which causes the dust to build up in the sockets. -- This is a great product & helped me clear up a lot of cabling clutter. The power outlets are in different positions which allow you to put different devices with various adapters together, otherwise the last bar i was using had 12 slots but they were right besides each other and if you install an adapter, it would cover 1 other outlet besides it making that outlet useless. The picture does not show it but there is actually a cable management at the end of the outlet which you can use to run your cables nicely through. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on November 30, 2017

Review:Pro: the bulk of the construction is fine, especially the cord. The cord itself is plenty thick and I have no worries about casual contact doing any damage to it. It was also very affordable so I'll give it that. Con: it was UNBELIEVABLY hard to plug in anything. I tried to plug in something and the force required made me afraid I would break something. I might have even seen a spark but it has yet to cause me concern. It only got a bit easier to plug and unplug things when I turned off the power strip and just took a random plug and plugged-unplugged every outlet to 'wear' it in a bit, as it were. But it shouldn't take that. Also, one of the plastic cover plates fell off. I managed to pop it back in, but I don't know if it's safe to use that outlet so I decided to just not use that outlet. I don't know if that's rational but as it stands, I have a basic lamp plugged in another outlet and it hasn't done anything yet, thank goodness. Conclusion: Belkin is a notable and reliable company on the whole. I was disappointed with this power strip though. Barring problems, I'll probably still use this until I can acquire a different one. I can't confidently recommend this power strip to anyone though. Plugging in anything was exceptionally difficult and the covers are finicky and breakable. Overall, I will still buy Belkin in the future - just not this again. Tip: the outlet covers were really finicky and not like the rest of the power strip in terms of construction and plastic used. So finicky that one broke. However, Belkin does have other power strips or bars that lack the cover. So if you have your heart or budget set on a Belkin power strip or bar, I suggest one without covers, assuming the others don't suffer from the same plug in difficulties. Read more


Date:Reviewed in Canada on December 4, 2017

Review:The plug is round in shape and fairly flat but when you plug it in, the cord comes out at an angle instead of hanging straight down towards the floor. This means that the cord covers up the outlet holes next to it when you are using a multiplug in the wall outlet so you can't plug anything else in Maybe this is designed that way on purpose but I don't have my outlet overloaded anyway so it's just annoying. It's supposed to have slide covers to keep dust out of the holes but they don't cover all the holes. Have no idea why they designed it that way. Read more