Who doesn't like a good cable tie. And by good, I mean one that won't snap or strip out when you ...
Who doesn't like a good cable tie. And by good, I mean one that won't snap or strip out when you pull on it.
I wasn't able to get these to do either. And while the cost may seem just a smidge high when you go to purchase them, think back to when you had your hands full or were trying to store something, wound up and didn't have any available. Bingo, the cost just much better. These won't disappoint you and I would personally pick up several different colors and/or lengths.
Decent quality tie but more expensive than competition ...
Decent quality tie but more expensive than competition
What can I say, it’s a cable tie. It performed as expected. Cinched down tight, had nice small increments and tolerated small radiuses nicely. But this 25 pack of ties was priced ($5 at the time of this review) almost twice as much as the HD brand commercial Electric (item 295732- 20 pack $2.82). So it would not be my first choice. I did like the green color (lots of colors available) as it disappeared in my garden landscape.
If color is important might be worth the premium price. Otherwise many competitors work just as well for less money.
About my rating:
5 stars – Exceeds all expectations. Better than the competition in all aspects, design, cost, operation, and support (A+).
4 stars – Nicely done. Better than the competition and solves the problem. (B)
3 stars – Works as expected. Has some shortcomings but gets the job done. Might be short in design, cost, longevity, or support. (C).
2 stars – Falls short of expectations and needs improvement. Pass and look elsewhere. (D)
1 star – Fails miserably. Does not get the job done, might even make things worse. Someone at the company should be fired. (F)
These eight inch blue cable ties are a good quality and a bit more flexible than others. This ma...
These eight inch blue cable ties are a good quality and a bit more flexible than others. This makes wrapping them around a bundle of cables and tying the bundle to a support easier. Eight inch is a good length for tidying up low voltage (Ethernet switch, CCTV monitoring, alarm system) distribution racks and similar concentrations of cabling systems.
These are excellent zip ties that can be used for a variety of projects. They are a little more ...
These are excellent zip ties that can be used for a variety of projects. They are a little more flexible then most and work well for temporary plant ties.
They are handy to have around as there always seems to be something else you can use them for. They work much better than velcro ties that will work themselves loose with movement. They are low cost so if you need to remove one scissors and a new one work just fine.
Definitely recommend them.
These cable ties are a little stouter than most of the ones you get from discount stores. They st...
These cable ties are a little stouter than most of the ones you get from discount stores. They state a 50 lb rating which is plenty for most applications I ever envisioned using a cable tie for. I like the color and extra visibility and will find it useful for some special applications. I could use a drawer full of these in a variety of colors. Get you some.
These 8" cable ties come in various colors...black, white, gray, blue, red, yellow, to name a few...
These 8" cable ties come in various colors...black, white, gray, blue, red, yellow, to name a few. They will hold up to 50 lbs. They are a very affordable and efficient way to keep wires secured plus all of the hundreds of other uses people keep dreaming up to use them for. Apparently, they are also UV resistant.
I am fanatical about keeping things neat and orderly and I would be lost without these handy tools.
These zip ties are exactly 8” long from tip to tip. They seem to be more flexible than the other...
These zip ties are exactly 8” long from tip to tip. They seem to be more flexible than the other zip ties I’ve used and as you can see by one of the pictures posted, they can be adjusted down to a very, very small size. These zip ties are also flexible enough that if you have an item with corners, you can crease the zip tie to accommodate an angle (see photo). I know color has no impact on performance but as long as you can make something pretty, then why not use a pretty purple color?
These cable ties are slightly heavy duty than what I am used to seeing, with the packaging identi...
These cable ties are slightly heavy duty than what I am used to seeing, with the packaging identifying them as being 6/6 nylon. Tensile strength is 50 lbs.. The operating temperature is -40c to 85c . When you zip one, it stays locked, so no fear of slippage, and the package even has a warning to keep out of reach of children because of the difficulty in opening them once they are zipped. They are yellow for situations that would require that specific color. They are made in Taiwan.
These cable ties are made of flexible 6/6 nylon, so expect these ties to be flexible during cold ...
These cable ties are made of flexible 6/6 nylon, so expect these ties to be flexible during cold temperatures and not snap, as other lower-quality (material) competitive products often do.
Indoor/outdoor - maximum weight is at 50 lbs, so don't expect these to support anything serious.
We found a good use for them in our garden to tie mesh to garden stakes to set-up vertical garden.
Appears to be a reliable set of ties. Very flexible and they hold well.
I like having the different colors: purple, blue, yellow, red, green, grey, orange, etc. This par...
I like having the different colors: purple, blue, yellow, red, green, grey, orange, etc. This particular package had 8 inch cable ties but they also come in 12 and 16 inch lengths. The Tensile strength is 50 lbs, so that is pretty strong for the size of the cable tie. Operating temperatures is -40ºF ~ 185ºF. The package state -40ºC~85ºC and the Home Depot website state -20ºC. So they should hold up well in my attic here in the South, but up North they may get really brittle if exposed to the extreme cold..