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Belkin 8-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector With 6ft Cord And Telephone Protection, 1800 Joules, Gray

Price:PKR. 11,016.00 /

Asin: B000JEACFK
Product weight: 1.8 Pounds
Product dimentsions: 2.3 x 3.88 x 15.75 inch
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Style: Phone Protection |  Pattern Name: Power Strip |  Size: 8-Outlet With the 8-Outlet Pivot-Plug Surge Protector, you never have to worry about power spikes, storms, voltage fluctuations or transient electricity damaging your valuable devices. Intelligent built-in voltage sensing circuitry detects and responds to your device's power needs, while safety features, such as thermal fuses that power off your system in the event of a severe occurrence, ensure your devices are protected.

Product Dimensions
2.3 x 3.88 x 15.75 inches
Item Weight
1.8 pounds
ASIN
B000JEACFK
Item model number
BP108200-06
National Stock Number
6150-01-557-9000
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer
No
Date First Available
October 2, 2001
Manufacturer
Belkin Components
Language
English
DA
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2018

Review:I bought it mostly as a power strip for its pivoting design. which works nicely for my setup. But its protection is rather a curse than a blessing. I didn't realize it until it was likely overloaded today and electric protection really worked out. Then I figured out that there is no way to reset it or change any internal fuse or anything of this nature. So I have a dead device now. In my case I would rather have my power socket, which has resettable protection, or the breaker on the power line to provide protection and this device to be either also resettable (better) or, at least, have ability to turn of the protection. I've just sent a request to manufacturer - waiting for their response - then might update depending on result. Update: Belkin rejected warranty request - they said that I overloaded it and this is not covered by warranty. It would be funny if it didn't look like a corporative fraud. They even did it in a very fraudulent way. After my initial request, where I stated that it failed probably because of overload, they responded with assurance to solve the issue and requested and collected all my info - name, phone, shipping address, copy of invoice, picture of device. Then they asked: "by the way what device were connected at that time" and after I replied - "such and such" - they finally emailed - "not covered - our apologies". Also they didn't even bother asking for actual wattage of the devices. No more Belkin - I see many other guys complaining that they are not honoring their Warranty or Damage Coverage. Read more

AMGsmurf
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on June 19, 2016

Review:DO NOT BUY THIS. A storm went through and a surge has caused my modem and router to fail. I have 4 of these. Belkin support supposedly helps you but it's all made so that they don't have to pay out even though they have an implied guarantee (it's all marketing, good luck getting anything). You will pay for shipping for all of your items so that they can 'inspect' it and then give you a market value for it. What is the market value of my 3 year old modem and router that worked just fine? Practically nothing according to Belkin, and then you're out all of the postage back and forth, and stuck with no equipment. What if my TV was fried by the storm because the surge protector didn't protect it? Am I expected to ship a 55" TV to them so they can inspect it? My surge protectors range from 3 months old to 1 year. I invested over 150 dollars into these surge protectors, they didn't do their job. I have to buy new equipment, and I'm out of luck. Read more

Yogesh
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 1, 2017

Review:Surge protector that does not protect from surges. I bought this protector to protect for my electronics. But just lost my Flat screen TV, XBOX one console and Cable Box since this could not protect it from power surge. By the way all those lights on still on giving me false hope of protection that it apparently kept giving all along. Bad product. Will never by another Belkin product. Read more

grandmasterv
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2015

Review:I don't usually leave reviews like this but I'd like every current and potential buyer to know my experience. First of all, I love the product itself and the design of it. However, lightning recently struck a light pole about 20 ft from my home and caused a surge which tripped a few breakers at my home. I had my TV, Home Theater receiver, Raspberry PI 2, MagicJack, and Wireless Router connected to the surge protector. The TV was the only powered off device at the time and was unaffected by the lightning strike. However, all of the other devices were powered on and did not work after the lightning strike. After the storm passed, I turned all the breakers back on only to realize that all of the above devices except the TV did not power on. Having only recently bought the surge protector (both lights were working on the surge protector) and having all documentation, I went through the claim process. I was absolutely disappointed in Belkin whey they returned my surge protector saying that they found no signs of a surge and they would not compensate me for my losses (which was under $1000 btw). They sent back pictures of their "testing" procedures which are basic electronics testing (voltage output from at least 1 outlet, reported no signs of arcing, said that the lights were working on the surge protector and showed a picture of it) then denied the claim. So now I have damaged devices that were supposed to be protected by a nice looking but apparently non-functional product and a declined claim from Belkin. Personally I will now start avoiding Belkin products after this ridiculous experience but I just wanted to let other potential buyers and current owners of especially this product that their either their claim testing process is not comprehensive OR the product is not designed well enough to "show signs" of a surge. A surge protector that doesn't protect against surges... Damaged electronics, and even the light pole outside is pending repair... Read more

Blonde Buckeye
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2018

Review:Works fine as a power strip, but that is not what I bought it for. We had a lightning strike near the house. The only items i lost were plugged into this: my big screen tv, Bose soundbar, Roku, Tivo, and my modem. Thanks for nothing, Belkin. Won't be purchasing anything from your company ever again. The items I had plugged into APC units survived, including 3 computers! From now on I'll stick with a product that actually does what it says it will. Read more

K. Palmer
Rating:1.0 out of 5 stars

Date:Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2014

Review:Don't buy this expecting Belkin to honor their "Equipment Plug-in Lifetime Warranty". They will not honor it. I had 3 surges and my desktop computer died. I sent in all the paper work as well as the piece of crap I bought. They sent it back and said "It checked good". "It didn't show any signs of arcing or failure" WELL IF IT DID, I'D STILL HAVE MY COMPUTER. IT DID NOT STOP THE SURGES. Read more

Alex
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on February 15, 2017

Review:I thought I'd clarify some mixed messages from Belkin regarding the red light indicator for the following product: Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector with 8-Foot Power Cord, 4320 Joules (BP112230-08) The short version: There are three total lights on this unit. The power button (orange, largest) and two smaller 'indicator' lights – one green (PROTECTED), the other red (GROUNDED). This review exclusively concerns the red light. Promotional materials from Belkin clearly state that when the red light is ON, this indicates an ungrounded outlet (faulty wiring) and surge protection is not working. However, their warranty sheet clearly states that when the red light is ON, this indicates a correctly grounded outlet and surge protection is WORKING. The promotional materials are wrong, the warranty is correct. Read on for the long version... The long version: In order for a surge protector to function properly (i.e. protect your equipment), the wall outlet into which it's being plugged needs to be grounded - if you don't know what this means, google it. As of February 12th 2017, word for word, the red indicator light description on the official Belkin U.S. site, Amazon U.S. and Amazon Canada sites (see image 1): "... the 'Not-Grounded' indicator light turns red to warn you when your outlet is not properly grounded." ... and the description in the common questions section of the official Belkin U.S. site for this product (see image 2): "Red: The outlet is not properly grounded." So according to two of Belkin's most visible online product descriptions, if the red light is ON, it indicates faulty wiring and therefore surge protection is not working. However, in the warranty sheet that comes with the surge protector (P36504-B, see image 3), the description of the red light is suddenly inverted: "The “grounded” light should be on when the power switch is turned on. If this light does not come on when you plug in your Belkin Surge Protector, you have a ground-wiring problem and you should contact an electrician to properly ground the outlet. Connecting a Belkin Surge Protector to an improperly grounded outlet will void all Belkin warranties." So which is right? Here's the definitive answer... I have two outlets that are properly grounded. I know this because I had a certified electrician ground them, watched him do the work and test everything (I'm not going to go into the technical details of all this). I also have other outlets that are not properly grounded. When I plug this unit into both properly grounded outlets, the red light is ON. When I plug it into any outlet that is not grounded, the light is OFF. What's more, Belkin sometimes refers to the red as the 'Not-Grounded' indicator light (see image 4). The actual product clearly has GROUNDED printed beneath the light. So the bottom line is that if the red light is ON, that means your outlet is GROUNDED, surge protection is WORKING, and your warranty is in effect. If the red light is off, your equipment has NO surge protection. And to be clear, if surge protection is not working, the unit will still continue to allow current to flow to your equipment, but is essentially just an extension cord with twelve outlets. All of your equipment is just as vulnerable as if you had no unit at all. Needless to say, Belkin should correct and standardize their descriptions. Even though I like this product, I'm docking two stars because of the issues above that Belkin should address for their customers. Read more

Fabian
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Date:Reviewed in Mexico on August 29, 2017

Review:Interesante supresor de picos marca Belkin,con 12 contactos,los de las orillas giratorios,lo cual permite conectar mas adaptadores(de aquellos cuadrados que aveces te roban 2 o hasta 3 espacios en las barras multicontactos comunes) y al centro 4 fijos,se siente material de buena calidad,trae indicadores de tierra,el cual te menciona o confirma que tu instalacion a tierra esta correcta, otro indicador de protegido,el cual en teoria si falla o esta apagado mientras lo demas tiene energia quiere decir que ya no esta protegiendo al los aparatos conectados contra picos de energia(hay mucha informacion mas especifica en internet).Lo otro que me llamo mucho la atencion es su tamaño,ya que a pesar de que se ve enorme en fotos,videos e incluso en persona,realmente mide de largo lo mismo que una barra multicontactos de 6 conectores(28x4cm),eso si de ancho es mas,sus medidas del belkin son de 26cm x 13 de ancho y sus 2.4 metros de cable(otro gran extra)confio en su proteccion,cualquier cosa andare actualizando esta reseña(pd dejo una foto de comparacion de una barra/supresor de picos estandar contra el belkin) Read more

Tony D
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Date:Reviewed in Mexico on November 3, 2019

Review:Llevo ya como 6 meses con este protector conectado a un rack de 3 servidores y dos switches de red, ha habido como 3 golpes de voltaje y cero problemas que hemos tenido a diferencia de antes donde un switch de red acabó directo en la basura luego de que el sobrevoltaje se había pasado del "protector" que tenía antes. No te vas a arrepentir de tener este dispositivo para proteger tus equipos, la verdad funciona bastante bien y lo recomiendo ampliamente por su grado de protección. Es un poquito más caro que otros pero la verdad lo vale, además de que si lo compras en Amazon luego de buscar precios en varios sitios te darás cuenta que aquí es donde está el mejor precio regularmente. Read more

Cliente de Amazon
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Date:Reviewed in Mexico on May 26, 2020

Review:Excelente producto, a pesar de ser muy liviano se nota que está hecho con calidad y funciona excelente en cuanto al número de tomas de corriente que tiene y la flexibilidad de las tomas laterales. NOTA: Hay un error en el instructivo que dice que el foco de “Grounded” debe de encender cuando conectes el producto al contacto ya que si no es así hay una falla en el sistema eléctrico del lugar. Esto es un error de traducción, es al revés si el foco de “Grounded se enciende al conectarlo entonces sí hay una falla en el lugar, lo normal es que ese foco siempre permanezca apagado. Read more

Libby Tardalo
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Date:Reviewed in Canada on April 13, 2019

Review:The last one I owned, sacrificed it's life to save my entertainment system, when the utility's insulator failed and allowed my ground line to Elevate (Go live) and cause my home to catch fire. Once my impressively brave wife and I put the fire out ourselves, our TV, DVD player, Blu-Ray player, Yamaha receiver and Streaming box all survived. My Belkin Surge-Protector was fried, but it died saving everything down-line. I pray this Belkin never has to do the same thing. Read more