It’s magnet wire because it has a thin enamel coating so you can make an electromagnet, motor, speaker or whatever out of it. But it’s also just nice 26AWG copper wire for craft or other uses. You’ll get (100) feet of it on a spool to do with it what you will.
Don't wait or it'll all be gone. You get (4) pieces, 11 feet each, of 18-2 wire, polarized, black with a white stripe and eminently discardable spade-push terminals on both ends. (That's under a nickel a foot, cowboy.) Lamp cord, speaker wire, pretty much anything you run juice to.
Our 6-foot long beige 18/3 AWG line power cord with a female IEC plug (think: computers) is just the thing you’ve found yourself needing about 100 times in your life so far. Pick up a few and have them on hand once and for all. UL.
Hay! You need wire? Surely you have something you could bale with all of this 1/16” dia steel baling wire. You’ll get (8) 36” lengths of it. Toss it in the trunk when you need to reattach something to the car that duck tape won’t work on.
Here’s a replacement, no-frills power cord for most shavers, boomboxes, TVs, etc. Measures 6-feet long with an 18-2AWG cord, and a 2-pin, shaver plug.
From Ethereal™, this 16-gauge computer extension cord (IEC) has a flat right-angle wall plug on one side for getting into tight spaces, and a female IEC on the other. It’s compact but heavy-duty. UL.
Don’t you hate having to all the time run out to the electric store for speaker wire? Us too. That’s why we have this 500-foot spool of standard 24AWG wire with clear insulation in our closet. Now you can too.