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Because Amazon has censored so many of my Reviews that stand critical of the item's design or function I have stood silent on this one. However, as a retired Electrical Engineer my need to make this item's design flaw known to the consumer has taken over! To make sense you need to read this entire review! If your viewing this product please take a look at the wire colors and their corresponding terminations. As a rule power should radiate outward from the source (the battery). All terminations (the SAE plugs) should all be shielded in this effort. In this case the Positive+ conductor on the battery side is shielded where it should be unshielded because it is presumably plugged into another SAE plug feeding external devices power with a shielded positive conductor of it's own ("Shielding" means surrounded by rubber or plastic prohibiting any reasonable form of contact with a grounded surfaces). The four branch circuits available on the other hand all have unshielded positive+ conductors with a meagerly constructed rubber cap to protect the positive+ ferrule from becoming exposed and shorting out on any grounded metallic surface it comes in contact with. This can and usually does result in smoke and molten plastic. To simplify the visual aspects of this event imagine hooking a wire up to the positive+ battery terminal, stripping a 1/4" of the other end and then allowing it to dangle unprotected in your engine compartment or in my case under the seat of my Honda Goldwing!