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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Never have a tangled cord again. The first one I had lasted about six years. Finally, it would not wind up as good as before. I have since replaced it. I have it located in my garage and a second one on my fence next a outdoor receptacle in the back yard. I use them when I am weed eating and with the leaf blower. They are really handy. They are worth their cost. A few years ago, I bought one for a friend of mine as a gift. So, that makes four that I have purchased. It is easy to just wind the cord up and it doesn't get tangled. November 5, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Best price but pricey shipping I bought the wonder winder because all the retractable cord reelers that i liked where so expensive. I took a chance even though it doesnt retract. I was plesantly surprise that it works good considering how cheap it feels, but its better than spending hundreds of dollars. The shipping its over priced $7 plus its recommended to buy the swivel which its another $7 for shipping. The swivel should've came with the winder because it takes the stress off the wall and it'll last longer. Even though shipping was $14 it was still cheaper than the ones i wanted. November 9, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Wonder winder, good idea, but The wonder winder is a good idea, but poorly designed and no flexibility for installation. Plastic requires gentle use. Did not meet my needs. October 24, 2011
Rated 2 out of 5 by Wonder Winder not so wonderful but could be if.... The Wonder Winder Extension Cord Winder was once made of quality (heavy) materials. The product idea was/is very good. BUT, now it's made of cheap, thin plastic and flimsy string netting. Also, the YOKE, which pushes the cord against the wheel that moves the cord back and forth, does not fit properly into the 2 pivot holes. The yoke pins are too short, so they constantly come out of the pivot holes, preventing cord winding. If the crank is tightened the yoke stays in place better but then the crank is harder to move. The manufacturer could easily solve this problem by lengthening the yoke pins so they don't come out of the pivot holes. I'll try Wonder Winder and see if it works out. I doubt it, however, and will probably have to return it. I would not recommend this product it in its current cheap-quality form. If the manufacturer would improve the quality, correct the yoke pin problem and include better-quality netting it would be a recommended product. August 6, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by countersinks are backwards This bracket has to be attached with flathead screws or the screw heads will interfere with the cordwinder and it won't swing side to side. Unfortunately, the countersinks on the screw holes are stamped from the back of the bracket. I had to mill countersink bevels on both of the brackets I purchased with my drill press before they would work properly. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone without some machining skills. It is curious to me that it doesn't seem to have been tried out by the people who built and manufactured it. July 23, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by disappointed I would not have purchased this item if I knew it needed to be assembled - it is awkward to use ant not worth what I paid for it. October 15, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by I really wanted this to work for my needs. Sadly, it didn't. I was intrigued by the notion that I would not have to continue to roll up 100' cords in my shop every time I used them, and I was encouraged by the good reviews it got. But there were a few problems I encountered. The main one had to do with the wheel design. This is a molded plastic part with a wide, grooved rubber band slipped over the outer diameter to give it a means to "grip" the cord as you turn the crank. For a long cord dragging across the ground, you really have to bear down on the yoke to give enough friction for the unit to work. In my case, the rubber band continuously slipped on the outside of the crank wheel, causing it to come become dislodged from the wheel several times. I even added a few drops of gorilla glue under the band, and while that kept it in place, I still had to apply a lot of pressure to the yoke to make any impact at all in getting the cord to reel in. For others considering one of these, I would recommend using light gauge cords that have a lot of flex, and be wary if it is located in a very cold place, which tends to make the cord stiff and harder to reel. I hate to give tough reviews on products, and this may be perfect for many people, but it did not work my needs. December 7, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by misleading This product only works if you screw it to a wall... I planned on using it with my pool vac instead of bringing out my extension cord every time.. Its easier to wrap the cord up every time than deal with this mess. Its sitting in my garbage can now. June 11, 2012
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Product:161062-Wonder Winder® Extension Cord Winder
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