Best Powercord - SIZE Matters along with price ???

All you cables guys out there!
Trying to upgrade my amplifiers main powercord, tube amp that does not have IEC.
I love the Audience Powercords but they are too thick for this application so I am looking for a powercord thats slim or small in diameter but sounds super relaxed and detailed.

The size of the Nordost Powercords are excellent, Vishnu, Brahma and some others, any feedback on this.
Even any powercords in bulk that you believe is great, do let me know.....


Pure Note Paragon. Very flexible and small OD. Wonderful cord at twice the price.
Rapogee the DCCA is bulk and stiff,but with a power
cord extension, your pc search,will probably be over,
after you tried this cables, they are that good.
They have 30 days trial.You dont like it return it.
For your needs.. you should check out the Crystal powercables from Hollard.

Models Function Connectors Diameter Standard
CrystalPower High performance powercord; rating 600VA@230ac; Safety test 625V; 10A AC to IEC 4mm
(1/6") 1m; 1.5m
CrystalPower Reference High performance powercord; high power rating 2300VA@230ac; Safety test 625V; 10A AC to IEC 4mm
(1/6") 1m; 1.5m

Blue Circle powercords are very flexible and sound great.
If possible have a qualified person install an IEC outlet if there is room to do so. You could always use a captured cord converter sold by the locus design group that advertizes on Audiogon. Lee is very nice and easy to deal with. The "converter" only uses 3-4 inches of your captured cord and has an IEC end that will accept any 15 amp PC.
I can also attest to the Locus Design Schurter in-line iec adapter. It really makes it much easier to try out a variety of power cords. I can also 2nd Jayctoy's recommendation for the new DCCA power cords. I have just ordered two of the basic Extreme model( $189.00) retail and I am amazed at how good they are(I'm a long-time power cord nut). The dynamics, transparency, neutrality, and soundstage rival or exceed name brand power cords that cost $1000.00 and more. Watch out for this company. The designer and owner Don has a real "sleeper" on his hands. Good luck.