Brown cloth-covered power cord that is ideal replacement for vintage applications.
Brown cloth cover over modern internal 18/2 SPT-1 black lamp cord with stranded copper conductors.
Sold in 25 foot lengths. Check bulk pricing for amount over 100 feet.
Posted by Unknown on Dec 2nd 2016
Nice looking cloth covered cable. Works great for power cord with old syle plug. Quality cable. If you need to replace a power cord this is the one to buy.
Posted by Tim on Sep 27th 2016
Check out the Internet and see what other people are selling braided line cord for. You'll quickly conclude that Radio Daze has the best price. Furthermore, their products are always of the highest quality. You can't do any better than that.
Posted by Rich C. Connecticut on May 17th 2016
Adding this cloth covered zip cord is well worth it when bringing an old radio back to life. Team it up with a vintage plug and it really dresses up the radio. Even if you're not doing a full restoration this cloth covered cord is the finishing touch your radio requires.
Also, thank-you Radio-Daze for your rapid service.
Posted by Unknown on Sep 10th 2015
I used this stuff on my Philco 60B restoration. It looks just like what was on there before, but only new!
Posted by Jason Atkin on Apr 16th 2015
This is a vintage-looking woven brown braid covering that is over standard lamp cord. It combines the best of both worlds: vintage appearance and modern safety and reliability. I used to think the cord wasn't much of a big deal when restoring vintage radios, and would just use whatever pulls or lamp cords I happened to have in the junk box. That is, until I bought some of this stuff and saw how GREAT it looks.
I'll be using this cord to power all my future radio projects.
Posted by Kevin Christopher on Feb 28th 2015
I like this brown cord due to it's matte appearance. It is not shiny, therefore looks natural and original.
Posted by Unknown on Jan 6th 2015
I have used this braided cloth covered cord in brown and in gold when refurbishing several Edwardian Era appliances for my office. The brown is very convincing, and the gold is close enough in color to polished brass that it is not immediately noticeable on my converted student's lamp.
The brown cloth has a matte appearance even in good lighting. No certification is claimed for the modern two-conductor cord inside, but it seems to be of good quality.
All prices are in USD.