Questions About Bulk Power Cable, Sugestions Needed

I am building a 40 foot power cable with Furutech Male ac and female IEC connectors. I want to get out as cheap as possible and so far have found the Cardas 10X3 Bulk Cable at around 16.29 per foot, but it is solid core. It is 10 gauge which I prefer but that means having to solder the wire to the Furutech connectors. Does anyone know of a cheaper alternative to this cable as 40 feet adds up to 600.00 alone in wire! I am looking for suggestions but not interested in Romex or other industrial type wire. I prefer something similar but stranded by another manufacturer, perhaps someone less known? Also not interested in silver wire and I prefer 10 gauge.

Can someone chime in?

I have used this for several years with Wattgate and or Oyaide connectors. Works as well as $200 power cords. Especially nice if you need flexibility. Highly recommended.

Good luck!

DH Labs Power Plus

Very good cable-works well in all applications in my experience. I currently use it (terminated with Marinco male & IEC) on my integrated, line conditioner, phono stage and Blu-Ray/CD Player. 

Preferred it to a number of more expensive power cables including Blue Circle BC 62 and Cardas Golden. 

I'd describe it as being just marginally on the warmer side of neutral. Not dead neutral perhaps, but nothing like the Cardas Golden which was all warm, syrupy and dark. 
I've been through numerous power cords over the last few years, everything from Gutwire, Stealth, Electraglide, Fusion Audio, 6Sons Audio...... and so forth.  Eventually, I began trying different wire with premium plugs ( I prefer the Oyaide 046 and the Iego 8095).  One of the early copper cables I experimented with was those offered by    I used them for both speaker cables and as power cords with pretty good results.  Perhaps you could acquire a short run of a suitable power cord, install your plugs, and see what you think.  The prices are very affordable and you might just find the sound to be all you need.  I very much preferred these power cords with Iego plugs to a Cardas Crosslink power cord.  These polar cable power cords were much more revealing of inner detail and had a weightier presentation while also being more articulate in the bass and the soundstage was deeper, more palpable.  Really, there was no comparison; the cords were in different leagues.  I prefer silver wire but, for copper, these are really quite good and stupid cheap for what you get.  Good luck with your search.