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Eurohike Mobile Mains Kit with Three UK 3 Pin Sockets and 15m Extension Lead, Electric Hook Up for Camping, for Tents, Awnings, Caravans, Motorhomes, Boats, Camping Equipment, Black, One Size

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This mains extension cable is great for tents, awnings, caravans, motorhomes, boats… essentially anywhere you need power! However, also bear in mind that many devices demand a higher current for a split second when they start up. An essential for any family camping or caravanning trip; the Eurohike Mobile Mains Kit is a great value 3-socket that makes it easy and safe to connect your tent to the campsite's electrical hook. uk/15983974/eurohike-mobile-mains-kit-with-usb-15m-15983974 That will provide at least some of the required Residual Current breaker (electrocution mitigation) protection and MCB (fuse protection) of the sockets.

When we went away at the weekend and tried to connect to the electric hookup on site, it didn't work. Ours was on 'off' and we have never had the charger switch off when the temp down there got hot because of the fridge working hard. Millions of people would have to double their incomes to escape financial hardship, says anti-poverty charity Joseph Rowntree Foundation in a new report published today.From your local crag to the summit of Everest, at Tiso, you’ll find the climbing and mountaineering equipment you need. It runs the fridge, heater, lamps, electric hobs, mini oven, kettle and the pump for the beds and sofa. Essentially an extension lead for outdoor use, this sturdy mobile mains kit means you can use fridges and lights, or charge up mobile devices straight from a campsite pitch electrical hook up.

A 25m lead is essential, because hook up posts are often a long way[tl:gallery index=2 size=215×129] away.

From there you’ll be able to plug in standard 3-pin plugs into it and use your appliances (or at least some of them). The only thing we tend to run is the camping heater ( I did a totally cut down list of the all those out there and picked my 4 favs here), USB chargers for power packs and a camping coolbox. A trip at this stage indicates a wiring fault in your vehicle’s socket, or between the socket and the circuit breakers – professional assistance is required. I completely stand by the IP44 cert products (and not misleading at all) – they’re MUCH more safer than a standard domestic multiplug.

Neither of those linked to are safe to use from a hookup point to a caravan, trailer, or especially a tent. Think about where you might place it in the tent, raised off the floor is best, our second one had clips which means it can attach to a steel pole, or table. Practical Motorhome is part of Future plc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. We don't as a general policy investigate the solvency of companies mentioned (how likely they are to go bust), but there is a risk any company can struggle and it's rarely made public until it's too late (see the Section 75 guide for protection tips).I've changed my mind though, and come around to the point of view that just wanging a 16A plug on the end of an extension lead might be a tiny bit sketchy and the RCD is a good idea. We carry two cables (one long, one short) now as a matter of course after being plonked on a pitch too far from the hook up. Skip and Jump is where all these worlds collide and where like-minded folk can come to say hi and hang out.

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