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NSI 601A One Outlet, 24 Hr. Mechanical Outdoor Plug-In Timer 125V,15A
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NSI 601A One Outlet, 24 Hr. Mechanical Outdoor Plug-In Timer 125V,15A

Item #: WBB434312

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List Price: $18.97 Save up to 28%
Price: $13.75
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One Outlet, 24 Hr. Mechanical Outdoor Plug-In Timer 125V,15A

  • Ideal for control landscape lighting and Christmas lights.
  • Control small pumps, fountains, motors, etc
  • 18" cord and grounded plug
  • 96 Captive tabs every 15 min.
  • Multiple ON/OFFs each day
  • Manual ON/TIMER switch
  • One Grounded Outlet
  • 125VAC 15A Resistive & General Purpose
  • 125VAC, 1250W Tungsten
  • 125VAC, 1/2HP

Product Specifications

    • BRANDNSI Industries
    • LENGTH INCHES8-1/2
    • WIDTH INCHES5-1/2

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Solid equipment, works as expected

Your review: I have a couple of these running some lights on an aquarium, and have noticed the they keep the time as the separate lights are turned on/off, multiple cycles during the day. If you're okay with the manual time setup and no battery backup, then this definitely does the job. Quick shipment and an excellent price from Global.

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very good prod

Your review: it is as advertized

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we cant see what the plug in site looks like with this 1 picture. Can you please explain it? Is the bottom able to take plugs that are grounded and also that are flat with the cord coming out of the side instead of straight behind the plug?

Question Asked By: Customer , florida , January 17, 2012

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