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Twist and Seal first hit my radar a few years back when their first weather-resistant cord protector started popping up at retailers around the holidays. Now, the Twist and Seal family of products includes four unique items, each with a specific application that helps to achieve the same end result: protection of electrical connections from the elements. Personally, I’ve dealt with wet plugs and moisture issues for years, and here at Rock Father HQ, it’s always the holiday season that’s most painful. Christmas lights are notoriously fragile, with tiny fuses that aren’t water-proof, and wet connections constantly tripping our GFCI outlets. Add the recent blow-up characters and laser shows into the mix, and there’s more chance for irritation. That doesn’t mean that other seasons are devoid of hassle, and with summer approaching, we’ll also have our DynaTrap and some outdoor lighting that will need protection, and thanks to Twist and Seal, there’s a solution for that as well. The folks at Twist and Seal – located right here in Illinois – sent over some items for review, and in the video below, I’ll walk you through them…

Constructed of UV Ray and Weather-Resistant Plastics, each of the Twist and Seal products are designed to “help keep the lights on,” and I really am impressed by the quality of the design. Of the four – Cord Protect, Cord Protect Maxx, Twist and Seal Mini, Cord Dome – it’s the Cord Protect that’s my favorite, as I always have outdoor extension cords that need to be covered. 

Twist and Seal Review

Right now, I’ve got these set-up for spring-fall use, but come November, I will most certainly be using the Cord Dome to protect the connections for our inflatables, and I’ll be picking up more of the Twist and Seal Minis to cover our ever-blowing-out Christmas lights.

Twist and Seal Cord Dome Review

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