Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 10
Rated 3 out of 5Â by John47 Good Product - Overpriced!
Sticks well, easy to cut and place. Doesn't always close as it should at the ends. Pops open, but not noticeable. Overpriced at over $3 a foot.
February 20, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Aayan Easy to install, looks good
It is light weight, good material and has good quality adhesive tape in the back. I used this mold to run the electric and satellite cables. It blended in with the wall base mold so well that it just looks like part of the drywall. Simply snap it open, run the cables through it and snap it close. No tools required unless you want to cut the length. You can cut it using any home knife or a small size saw.
February 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Phlip96 Easier than expected
I knew wiremold would be the easy way out, but had no idea it would be this easy. The pieces even cut with a knife on the wall once I realized it was too long. The self adhesive backing was strong enough to keep straight and applied to the wall even through manipulating the working end. The 90 degree angle is a simple snap over makes joining the two pieces simple.
The best part is how the entire channel opens up to allow complete access without coming apart so you cannot lose or ruin the cover. The cover snaps closed easily without any tools or worry they are not lining up properly.
February 21, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Negative459 Just the ticket
I know this claims to be an online exclusive but I swear this is the same unit I got at my local HD store.
Anyhow, It works like a charm. I was installing a projector to the ceiling in my basement and I wanted to hide the short run of video cable and power cord between the unit and the wall. This track was wide enough to hold both with a little room to spare and it blended nicely with my white wall/ceiling. The packaging didn't recommend using it with textured walls but it stuck to my orange peel just fine. It seems sturdy yet light weight and the fact that it only opens on one side makes it no-hassle. Too sturdy to safely cut with a box knife but a couple draws with a miter saw cut through cleanly. I ended up going back and getting some of the narrower stuff to conceal some speaker wires. It seems a bit pricey at the time but you get your money's worth in my opinion.
April 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Donnie Easy to cut length, used fine cut blade hacksaw.
Would like to see product cost a little less, however
product is good quality. Easy to use.
March 21, 2012