Epicord 50 Amp RV Power Cord with Handle Review

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Review of the Epicord 50 Amp RV Power Cord with Handle


Jake: Hey, guys, it's Jake here with etrailer. Today we're going to be taking a look at, and I'm going to be showing you some of the features on Epicord's line of power cords for campers and RVs.Now, this is going to be a 50 amp to 50 amp female and male end power cord to be able to get your RV or camper plugged into power at your campsites.The nicest thing about this Epicord is going to be the type of plug that's going to plug into your camper or RV. It's going to have this 90 degree turn, so you can see here on our other type of plug the wire is just going to free hang from the edge of our camper, putting pressure on the inside plug here, potentially causing damage and on the end of our wire, it could pull our wires loose and cause a short on the inside of our plug.With these traditional plugs you've got to get a pretty good grip on them to turn them and kind of wiggle them out of your camper to get them out. With this new style handle, it's a pistol grip style handle so you can just take it, slide it in, and twist it. Then you'll take that threaded collar and twist it on.So, you can see here the prime example of our cord hanging straight down rather than pulling at an angle on our plug. So, along with the convenient handle on the RV side of the plug, on your male side, it's also going to have these nice three holes so that you can put your fingers in it to be able to get a good grip to pull that 50 amp out of the plug at the campsite.With these older style plugs they don't have a handle on the back.

They just have these two finger grips on the side that is often very difficult to get out of the plug. This is going to make it a lot easier to just pull it right out.Most of the time when camping you're going to want a 50 amp plug to be able to plug into 50 amp power so that you can run any feature that you want on the inside of your camper or RV, but, it's not a bad idea to have a 30 amp conversion to be able to plug your 50 amp into it and plug the 30 amp if the site doesn't have a 50 amp hookup.So, all in all, I really like the design and the sturdiness of both of the handles on each end. They made sure to make it convenient on both ends of the cord, not just one or the other. These cords are also available in different lengths, just see etrailer we have many different available.With that being said, that's going to do it for our look at Epicord's line of 50 amp power cables.


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