10 meter ethernet lan rj 45 cable £2.39 delivered @ PrePayMania Fast payment via paypal option and perfect for xbox 360 connection to router - HotUKDeals
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Looking for a 10 meter cable for xbox 360 downstairs to upstairs router i came across this and think it's a great deal,obviously you can use it for whatever you like but for me it's better than the wireless adapter and far cheaper. Site says 500+ in stock

10 Meters CAT5E RJ45 Ethernet LAN Cable

RJ45 LAN (Local Area Network) This is a patch cable (also called straight or straight-through cable) - used for connecting PC's to hubs, network switches, routers, DSL and ADSL modems.
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#1
I got one last time it was posted, use it for the bd live and the updates for my blu ray player.
#2
Good price.
#3
Not bad. Just ordered a 15m one on eBay for £2.99 though in preparation for iPlayer on FreeSat.
#4
Great deal. This is great as a back-up in case you run into probelsm with wireless and need to determine whether it's a router or receiver problem.

And as someone else mentioned, BR player updates.
#5
great just what i needed and saved me searching for it. heat added
#6
Thanks for the share. just ordered too.

p:)
#7
Great deal, just orderd 2 for my sons xbox and desktop

cheers
#8
just ordered thanks,:thumbsup:
#9
amazing! Thanks
#10
Thanks - just ordered a couple.

It might be worth mentioning that if you're using reasonably modern equipment you can use a cable like this to connect two PCs/laptops etc together directly - crossover cables are no longer required.
banned#11
good deal :thumbsup:
#12
benjus
Thanks - just ordered a couple.

It might be worth mentioning that if you're using reasonably modern equipment you can use a cable like this to connect two PCs/laptops etc together directly - crossover cables are no longer required.


True enough but I don't think it's a mass use case these days. It'd almost be funny when people refer to them as 'internet cables' if I thought they weren't being serious.

I'm still mourning the decline of null modems...
#13
Good Deal, just what i was looking for this morning :)
#14
Got one cheers op...
#15
2 ordered.
#16
Good price but I need about 20 metres and weather resistant as most of it will be outside. Any recommendations ?
#17
Ordered, payed with PayPal, took about 30 seconds!
#18
Cheers, needed one of these to link up my new Sony TV to the router...5m wasn't long enough...
#19
I got a 15m on ebay for £2.79 including postage.
#20
cheap! postage must cost em that alone!
1 Like #21
Nice but lumpy and clunky

I have 3 of these "FLAT" cables under carpet and wooden floor - they are as flat as a flat thing - perfect

https://secure.cdlmicro.co.uk/html/show_product.php/pid/1128
#22
Quebec5
Nice but lumpy and clunky

I have 3 of these "FLAT" cables under carpet and wooden floor - they are as flat as a flat thing - perfect

https://secure.cdlmicro.co.uk/html/show_product.php/pid/1128


not a bad price at all, especially if they are LSZH cable. Though TBH that really shouldn't be a factor for home uses :-D
#23
Ordered 2... Thanks
#24
mekon
Good price but I need about 20 metres and weather resistant as most of it will be outside. Any recommendations ?


in-case the cable in a pipe of somesort :thumbsup: Perhaps a hose pipe
#25
mekon
Good price but I need about 20 metres and weather resistant as most of it will be outside. Any recommendations ?


Buy 20 meters of cable and the ends and make one yourself, you can even buy a little tool that put the things on the end, ebay should have some.
#26
really what tools that sounds intresting. I got wired cable already but sometimes my lil boys go mad and they know pulling my ethernet cable = me angry so they go yank it thinking it funny...... little plastic thing broke of one conectors so i wedged it in with bit cardboard.
#27
Quebec5
Nice but lumpy and clunky

I have 3 of these "FLAT" cables under carpet and wooden floor - they are as flat as a flat thing - perfect

https://secure.cdlmicro.co.uk/html/show_product.php/pid/1128


That is a fantastic price. I'm gonna get the 5m flat cable for £2.49. Never heard of CDL Micro before. How good are they?
#28
Not bad price but I reckon it will be thin as hell for thsi price. Not good for corners then....
And whats the country coming to when people can't even spell "metre"?
#29
Godzooky 1973
really what tools that sounds intresting. I got wired cable already but sometimes my lil boys go mad and they know pulling my ethernet cable = me angry so they go yank it thinking it funny...... little plastic thing broke of one conectors so i wedged it in with bit cardboard.


You will need a crimp tool like this one: http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3519007/RJ45-Network-Cable-Crimp-Crimping-Cutting-Tool-New-UK/Product.html?ptsl=1&ob=Price&fb=0&&_=tsid:11518%7Ccc:%7Cprd:3519007%7Ccat:Networking

You also need the required length of UTP cable and two RJ45 plugs (e.g. http://www.cableuniverse.co.uk/catalog/cables/rj45-plugs-bag-of-20.html). It's worth getting plenty of plugs as they are cheap and it can take a bit of practice to fit them correctly.

(NB. The links are just examples, not necessarily my recommendations or the cheapest.)

Note that plugs you've fitted yourself are generally not as strong as moulded plugs on a bought cable. Bear this in mind if you've got children tugging at them.
#30
:thumbsup: Thankx, ordered one. I know this will come in useful:santa:
#31
i bought a wireless N router but only use it for multiple ethernet connections lol.

wires FTW!

maybe the next years laptops will have wireless N connectivity as standard, 2.4GHZ is over used

hopefully everything wont transfer to 5ghz or were going to have the same problem as we do now..........interferance!!!!
#32
Nice one, that ismy xbox live and BD live sorted... thanks
#33
bryanspink
Not bad. Just ordered a 15m one on eBay for £2.99 though in preparation for iPlayer on FreeSat.

me too - better deal.
#34
Cracking find. The most reliable connection you can get!
#35
Bargain!!!!!

Although I have just ordered a fifteen metre cable off e-bay for £2.85 with free posting.
#36
Ordered 2 thanks
1 Like #37
PoisonJam
Great deal. This is great as a back-up in case you run into probelsm with wireless and need to determine whether it's a router or receiver problem.

And as someone else mentioned, BR player updates.


Lol. Spent an hour standing in the hall last night with my netbook and a 2 ft rj45 trying to sort out my o2 wireless box. This would have been handy. Ordered 2 heat & rep to the op.
#38
martyj999
Lol. Spent an hour standing in the hall last night with my netbook and a 2 ft rj45 trying to sort out my o2 wireless box. This would have been handy. Ordered 2 heat & rep to the op.


Many thanks for all the heat and rep back for marty
#39
OP, please remove the word 'perfect' from the title, my router is 11m away! Only joking, BARGAIN, have some heat.
#40
Quebec5
Nice but lumpy and clunky

I have 3 of these "FLAT" cables under carpet and wooden floor - they are as flat as a flat thing - perfect

https://secure.cdlmicro.co.uk/html/show_product.php/pid/1128


You do realise that Ethernet cables aren't usually flat for a reason? Because the internal conductors need to be in twisted pairs to cancel out EMI? Flat cables are only good for extremely short patches in cabinets.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Twisted_pair_cable

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