Futuretech Powerflux: The Most Expensive Power Cable Ever


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If you think Monster Cable is ripping their customers off with their insanely high priced cables, you’ve seen nothing my friend. Future Tech, another company known for its overpriced gear, is selling their Powerflux Power Cord for a measly $1800. ONLY $1800? That’s a real bargain for a simple power cable!

Cable Essentials

Powerflux conductors are 68-strand ? (Alpha) OCC twisted around ?–conductor strands with a special-grade PE insulation or dielectric. (Alpha conductors are fine OCC wire treated with Furutech’s Alpha Cryogenic and Demagnetizing process.) The dielectric is surrounded by an inner sheath of RoHS-compliant PVC incorporating carbon powder that enhances damping, and that in turn is covered by a full ? (Alpha) conductor wire braid shield. Another flexible PVC outer sheath and a Nylon braid jacket finish the job.

Ooohhhh, sounds fancy! At that price, I think I’ll take ten please!

[Product Page | Via OhGizmo!]





5 Responses to Futuretech Powerflux: The Most Expensive Power Cable Ever

  1. Oh, there are much more expensive than that. I’m surprised there is no mention of “quantum entanglement” or “electron gremlins” in the description.

  2. Oh, there are much more expensive than that. I'm surprised there is no mention of "quantum entanglement" or "electron gremlins" in the description.

  3. So, all the wiring in the house/club is garden variety solid copper, 12 or 14ga but that last 3 feet of power cord is going to improve anything? Not to mention the wiring to the house/club from the power lines.