Inline portable GFCI cords with manual reset are electrical devices used between a power source and an electrical device to help prevent electrical shock from water and other hazards. They require the user to reset the GFCI after a power outage by pushing the reset button to restore power to the connected equipment. They are typically used in industrial or construction applications, such as with power tools, where a sudden resumption in power could be dangerous if equipment starts back up unexpectedly. They have an outlet plug at one end and one or more receptacles at the other end that devices plug into. They can also be used with extension cords, in which case the GFCI plugs into the wall, the extension cord plugs into the GFCI, and the device plugs into the extension cord.