Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector with 8 Outlets, 6 ft Long Flat Plug Heavy Duty Extension Cord + Overload Protection

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Multi-Outlet Surge Protector Power Strip: Power everything on your desk with a single compact surge-protected extension cord. This reputable power cord offers 8 AC outlets with surge protection for charging your computer, laptop, phone, camera, and more. One charging station for a clutter-free table.

Safeguard Your Devices and Appliances: The electric strip has a 3,550-Joule energy rating providing a reliable power extension cord to protect printers, broadband modems, or home theater systems. It secures your electronic units from overload, short circuit, power spikes, lightning strikes, or fluctuations.

Compact, Heavy Duty, and Space-Saving: The widely spaced outlets give ample area to fit big plugs and charger bricks. Its slender design makes it ideal for home office, workstations, and game rooms. The durable cord is 6 ft / 1.8 meters long with a 3-prong flat plug convenient for fitting into tight spaces.

Extra AC Receptacles with Safety Locks: Each outlet has a safety slide lock to close unused sockets safeguarding you and your kids. With advanced power conditioning for optimal performance, you can simultaneously plug-in multiple devices providing more outlets without the excess cords. Cleaner space for a clearer mind.

Reliable Product and Service: Purchase with confidence as it is backed by a lifetime warranty and protected by dollar 200,000 Connected Equipment Warranty. Check out the full specs: 6,000 volts maximum spike voltage, 15A AC, 125V, and 1875W. Designed with an ABS case that protects circuits from fire, damage, and rust.

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Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector with 8 Outlets, 6 ft Long Flat Plug Heavy Duty Extension Cord + Overload Protection for Home, Office, Travel, Compuer Desktop Phone Charging Brick (3,550 Joules)


Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector



Protect your sensitive electronic devices from power surges and spikes with the 8-Outlet Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector with 6ft Cord. This 3390-joule surge suppressor features eight surge-protected outlets with sliding safety covers to provide premium power protection for your professional workstations, laser printers, broadband modems, home theater systems and everyday household electronics. Equipped with a space-saving flat AC plug for enhanced flexibility.

SURGE PROTECTION SAFETY If a surge protector ever becomes hot to the touch, shut off the unit immediately. Never daisy-chain power strips to other power strips or extension cords Never allow a power strip to be exposed to a moist environment Avoid running too many high-energy consuming appliances through a single surge protector at once High-energy consuming electronics/appliances include window AC units, space heaters, refrigerators, washers/dryers etc.

Only one power strip should be plugged into a single two-outlet electrical socket Never cover a surge protector with carpet, furniture, or anything that would limit or prevent air circulation IMPORTANT: The protective components inside surge protectors that absorb over-voltage spikes will eventually wear out. Most estimates put the average lifespan of a surge protector from 3 to 5 years.


Important: The protective components inside surge protectors absorb over-voltage spikes to protect your connected devices which means they will eventually wear out. Replace them at least every 3 years or immediately after any over-voltage spike event such as a thunderstorm or power outage because surge protectors degrade faster if they are exposed to high intensity events. Periodically check the surge protector enclosure and cable for signs of wear or heat distress. Replace an expired surge protector with a new one at the end of its useful life.

Additional information


Product Dimensions

14.5 x 6.15 x 2.25 inches

Item Weight

1 pounds



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

July 7, 2004


Belkin Inc.



Country of Origin


10 reviews for Belkin Power Strip Surge Protector with 8 Outlets, 6 ft Long Flat Plug Heavy Duty Extension Cord + Overload Protection

  1. Richard L.

    Gosh, Amazon, stop mixing these very different (although similar) products together in one review section. These Belkin surge protectors come in 3 & 6 outlet models as well as 1A & 2.1A USB ports. And some are swivelable. If you want to charge your iPhone, you will need a model with a 2.1A USB port.Anyway, I chose 

    Belkin SurgePlus 6-Outlet Wall Mount Surge Protector with Dual USB Ports (2.1 AMP / 10 Watt)

     which has the 2.1 USB ports that are working great to charge my iPhone and other power hungry devices.This appears to be a very good surge protector with both a “protected” indicator and a ground-fault indicator. The electrical outlets are well spaced with firm/tight connections. I am happy to have this on-the-wall surge protector eliminating wires from being on the floor.I expect to get many years of dependable use from this Belkin product.

  2. Tabor KellyTabor Kelly

    Mine came with an angled plug which is visible in one but not all of the product photos. This means that you can plug it into the top of a traditional two outlet receptacle and not block the bottom outlet.

  3. Kevin

    I don’t really believe all the bad reviews and some of them look like classic case of just overloading the unit or something. I have taken delivery of 3 of these over the past 4 years and not one of them has had the slightest problems. Works as advertised.Surge protectors are not designed to last forever. They are designed to do a specific job, and once that job is done, they are no longer surge protectors. You need to check the lights on your surge protector after each time you have a power outage or noticeable surge in your home – for any reason. If the unit lights indicate that it is no longer protecting, then you need to get a new one and be thankful that it did the job it was supposed to.For the price point, it is well worth it, has plenty of outlets as well, but just because there are a lot of outlets doesn’t mean you can go and plug that many things into it. Carefully consider what you are plugging into this, read the instrcutions/manual. With this many outlets it can be easily overloaded and the pics I have seen here of melted or burned units, I’m willing to guess that all of those were overloaded or were hooked up to an improperly installed electrical outlet.I use these primarily for computers and their peripherals (printers, monitors, speakers, etc..), as well as one of them for our living room (TV, Wii, WiiU, DVD player, and computer – not all running at same time). We only use 7 outlets on that one and probably won’t ever overload.Sorry if this sounds more like a Rant but honestly Belkin is one of the best surge protection brands out there. I have been using their products for over 15 years now and while I have had some die on me, it was only because those devices protected my expensive electronic equipment and did the job I paid them to do. Happy to replace a $30 part rather than thousands in equipment.

  4. David D.

    Look behind your TV. See that jumble of wires? This one power strip can get it all organized, and provide surge protection as well. Do you really need a dozen sockets? Let’s see: TV, Roku, Kodi box, sound bar, bass woofer, cable box,lamp, clock, VCR, DVR, OTA antennae rotor, cooling fan for android box or external hard drive.This strip can accommodate all that, plus allow you to connect the coaxial cable from your outdoor antenna. Your entire entertainment system can be turned on/off by toggling one switch. All this plugs into a single receptacle on the wall, making it easy to measure your energy consumption if you have a wattage monitor.The power strip has slots on the back which allows you mount the unit to the wall or to the entertainment center; keeping the floor free of wires for easy vacuuming. And, it looks a lot neater.Oh yeah, it still leaves the other port on the wall outlet free for the odd job; such as plugging in your Christmas tree or a gaudy neon beer sign.

  5. Soo G Han

    I can’t say I’ve ever had a massive surge in power to test the protection on this. Guess my circuit breakers have just always worked. Do I buy surge protectors instead of power strips. Yes, even if I probably would never use the Belkin warranty. It’s just better to have surge protection vs. not having it. I take manufacturer’s warranties with a ginormous grain of salt.I bought this b/c I have a lot of things to plug into the entertainment center. Nothing that uses too much power (ie: heaters, portable AC, etc…). Just a run of the mill TV, Cable box, Router, Video game system and a few other things to power accessories for the main components. But truth be told, I bought this mainly b/c the layout of the plugs in the strip. With all the various tech equipment, the ac adapters come in various sizes, don’t always go into a socket the same way, etc… Ultimately, this strip prevents me from spending way too much time trying to figure out the right configuration to get the most ac adapters plugged in.

  6. Muttley

    I live in Maryland and bought this as a preparatory measure for this years hurricane season. I wished to protect my recently bought electronic equipment from electrical damage during one of the upcoming thunderstorms. After making an extensive search online, I was surprised that most surge protectors are far from being able to protect anything. Therefore despite I have not experienced how this behaves in an actual surge I wanted to write this review to give you an idea about how surge protectors differ in various aspects and what you should look for before deciding on a real good one:1- Joule rating: This is the maximum amount of energy it can absorb or redistribure before letting through your device. So higher the rating, better the product. Technically over 400-500 joules are considered to be OK and in this aspect 4156J rating for this device is excellent2- Response time: This is the delay between a surge hits to this device and the protective mechanism kicks off. Most modern devices are pretty good in this aspect. Ideally the delay should be in picosecond range and this product specifies the delay as less than 1 nanosecond so again in the picosecond level, which is fine3- Wattage: This is the maximum wattage that can pass through this device. Assume that you daisy chain a plug extender and connected various appliances to the same protector. The sum of the wattage of those devices should be less or equal to the wattage of this device. This device allows a maximum of 1800 watts which means you can not attach a 800W kettle and a 1500 watt heater onto the same plug adapter. However since these surge protectors are mainly designed for small electronic appliances, not for kettles or heaters, then, pratctically there is no possibility to exceed this limit. So which is fine too..3- The last but not least is the clamping voltage or let through voltage: This is very important when buying a surge protector however in many websites this information is overlooked and not included. Clamping voltage is the voltage, above which the surge protector starts protecting. So basically our appliances are designed for 110V and when there is an electrical surge the voltage coming through the power line can go up to thousands in a split second, which means that all your unprotected devices get instantly toasted and that is why we need a surge protector, however a surge protector does not mean that it will protect you from small voltage deviations. Most standard surge protectors do nothing until the voltage goes above 500V this is their clamping voltage, some cheap ones have clamping voltage of 800V or even more. Considering that most delicate electronic appliances start showing damage above 380V these cheap ones basically do nothing but watch your device burn. The lower the clamping voltage the better protection. Ideally clamping voltage should be between 330- 500 V for a decent unit. This one has a 400V value which is pretty decent too. Some sources even value 400V over 330V due to the fact that lower clamping voltage also means the shorter lifespan for the protector. So 400V triline clamping voltage is great for this unit.A few words about the ethernet protection: most people think it is really unlikely that your internet or telephone line gets hit instead of your powerline but the internet protection protects you for this possibility. Basically you plug your main the ethernet cable to this device and attach your modem with a separate cable originating from this device. You may think this would have a detrimental effect on connection speed but for my 50/25 mb (down/up) verizon fios connection there was no speed lost (compared before and after with ookla speed test). Yet you may find it troublesome at faster speeds and find this an overkill and that is completely up to you.Although this protector is advertised as a 12 outlet one, there is no way you can use all at the same time especially if you have bulky adapters like I do.Finally, I am also surprised about the recent price increase. I bought this a couple of months ago for $21 and now it is almost $29. To me, that is an unfair price jump and you may wish to look for external vendors for better price, but apart from that with all features, I believe this device is the best you can do to protect your valuables from an electrical surge…

  7. Robyn RonenRobyn Ronen

    A snow storm two days ago led to a power pole catching on fire next to my home. The resulting surge fried my stove and several sockets around the house. However this surge protector took the full brunt in my tv room. Today I’m ordering it’s replacement for thirty bucks instead of the two thousand dollars of equipment attached to that port. I’d highly recommend this product and am so grateful that I don’t have to replace everything in my home now.

  8. AaronAaron

    This was useful to me, I like it a lot. I have a very busy workspace at home, with two monitors and a tablet and big keyboard, speakers, NAS drive, ect, and it was very cluttered. But with this and also a few other products, I managed to clean it up A TON. Now it looks much nicer, is much cleaner, and safer. Definitely would recommend getting this if you have a bunch of equipment you need protection for, especially if you have a lot of adapters, because the sideways plugs on this replaced two normal power strips for me. Now everything is protected, and much much neater!-Also, just as a note, this comes with a fairly long cable, which can obviously be a good or a bad thing, but I love it, makes it much easier to position it where you need it to be. 

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  9. wannabe perfectionist 💬wannabe perfectionist 💬

    I’ve been working from home for last 10 years but I have a bad lower back and sitting on my desk for long period of time doesn’t help. I recently changed my desk to a stand up desk and I love it! This is something that I should have done 10 years ago! My back feel much better since my posture is better and I feel more energetic working while standing up.One of the problems that I had to deal with by switching to a stand up desk was the wires. I have 2 monitors, 3 laptops, a wireless headset, a landline phone, a desk lamp, and the stand up desk itself that need the electric power. That’s total of 9 electric cords that were dangling from the top of the desk to the surge protectors on the floor!This not only looked very messy and unappealing but it also created hazardous condition because couple of electric cords were not able to reach the floor when the desk was raised up high enough. So when my desk was raised up high, it ended up lifting the surge protector off the floor, dangling in the air while 9 electric cords were plugged into it… I don’t think this is a good idea.So I decided to mount the surge protector to the bottom of the stand up desk, which was the best option since:1) It resulted in shortage distance possible to the purge protector from all electronics on the desk2) Raising and lowering the stand up desk did not affect the distance to the surge protector3) No more 9 electric cords dangling from the top of the desk to the floor!In order to achieve this setup, I had to buy this Belkin 12-Outlet Power Strip Surge Protector because:✔️ It has enough outlets plus more in case I need to add more electronics in the future✔️ It has 10 feet long cord, which was necessary to reach the outlet on a wall from the bottom of the desk, even when the desk was raised up high✔️ It has a wall mount, which is very important since I needed a way to mount it under the deskNow I only have 1 electric cord from this surge protector from the bottom of the desk to the near by outlet!This is a MUST-HAVE surge protector if you have a stand up desk in order to declutter wires and for safety.My only complaint is that I wish it had 4 keyhole mounting slots instead of 2 for more stability and that the keyholes are bigger in order to accommodate bigger screw heads because I had difficult time finding the right size screws for mounting.Many, if not all, surge protectors on the market that have keyhole mounting slots for mounting vertically on the wall and I don’t think it was intended to be mounted upside down but with the popularity of stand up desk, they really need to design one specifically for mounting under the stand up desk. I hope they will eventually design a surge protector with super long cord and a mounting bracket for easy and secure mounting under the stand up desk! There’s definitely a market for this design with the increase in the stand up desk popularity!THE BOTTOM LINE:I highly recommend this surge protector for anyone who has a stand up desk with a lot of electronics. Make sure to measure the distance from the top of the desk (after raising it up) to the nearest outlet to make sure 10 feet is long enough for you before you buy. They also have 15 feet cord but with 8 outlets.Hope this was useful… and if it was, please click on the helpful button below. Thank you!

  10. Bob Feeser

    You have to wonder if the people who are burning these out have them overloaded. For example a single small room space heater… well I will let Consumer Reports tell you > The electric space heaters tested at Consumer Reports use 1,500 watts to fully power. So with an 1800 watt max outlet strip typical for a 15 amp unit means that you can only plug a limited number of additional things, hopefully drawing very little wattage if you do.I have been using the slightly cheaper model of this version from Belkin that doesn’t have quite as much in the joules rating, and it has worked flawlessly since Dec 2017.I am mentioning this because I was put back by the photos of the holes burnt in them. I plug a lot of things into mine and there is never a problem, but of course that is a standard 46″ TV, or my 56″, stereo equipment etc. etc. etc. and it works without a whisper. I have a few space heaters in the house for emergencies and usually just plug them directly into the wall on a dedicated circuit. Space heaters are cheap and the threat of a lightning spike is remote but due to the price it is not a big risk. I’m not an electrician, but that is my two cents.I just bought two of these for only a couple of dollars more than my other one just like it. It has a few hundred more joules in the rating like 4 thousand some instead of 3900. Works great. If something goes wrong I will be back to update my review.

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