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Manny 6 month s ago
#32 Many years ago, Black and Decker used to supply one of these (in blue) with their electric lawnmowers and strimmers. This was soon copied by other manufacturers who, obviously, used different colours - usually black. They were later on taken up for other uses, ie: Christmas lights etc.
       
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Cam 6 month s ago
Manny,

I have one for each of my extension cords.
       
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Mitchell 6 month s ago
Manny, Survey says, Good Answer. But what are "Strimmers" ? LOL
       
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Didi 6 month s ago
#13 waste indeed! The hipsters took it one notch too far. >.<
       
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Vinson 6 month s ago
Didi, my carpenter/architect grandfather had one of these. It killed me to have to leave it behind when we sold the house, but it was HUGE and we couldn't take it with us. :( I hope someone has made better use of it than this.
       
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Paddy 6 month s ago
An abomination!!!!!! utterly the worst re-purpose I've seen. sm_80
       
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Derrick 6 month s ago
#28 it's an old heating device for beds.
Pur coals inside and then place under covers.
       
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Brenda 6 month s ago
Derrick, No, those ones don't have holes in the top and are usually flatter. This would make your bed smell like smoke.
       
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Jedediah 6 month s ago
<----- sock it to me baby!
       
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