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10M LAN Cable RJ45 £1.64 @ Ebay (safekom)

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10M LAN Cable RJ45
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2 Likes #1
Deal. Have used Safekom a number of times and cant fault them.
1 Like #2
or.......... get a 50m one for £7.50 delivered. :p
2 Likes #3
Don't get how this company makes money!
#4
Bought the 15m for £2.15. 50 ft will pass from my bedroom to the living room a treat. Cheers OP
#5
Bought one. Heat added.
#6
Skewen
Bought the 15m for £2.15. 50 ft will pass from my bedroom to the living room a treat. Cheers OP

Same!
#7
5meter £1.65
10 meter £1.64
12 meter £2.70
15 meter £2.15
17 meter £3.00
20 meter £4.15
30 meter £3.73
40 meter £4.40 plus £1.50 p&p
50 meter £5.50 plus £2.00 p&p
role 305 meter £26.00 plus £9.00 p&p

just wanted to add

40meter cat6e £5.40 plus £2.00 p&p
50 meter cat6e £96.50 plus £2.00 p&p

i think must have been drunk when they put the price on this last one :)

voted hot from me thanks for the post

scooter





Edited By: scooter on Jan 24, 2011 17:12: oops
#8
Gone for one thanks - just what I needed for my new Sony TV.8)
#9
Thanks for the heads_up I've ordered 2
#10
nice one ordered
#11
mywife
Deal. Have used Safekom a number of times and cant fault them.

+1
#12
heat added, thanks.
#13
Just ordered myself one, Bought the Sony tv a few weeks back, this is great for the built in internet
#14
Cat6"E" or "A"

There is no mention of "E"

Or they mean Ethernet by "E"

Dont know... may be they are Cat"5E"

Edited By: kalababa on Jan 24, 2011 18:38
#15
Thinks it may be hit and miss on these.. looking at neg feedback.
#16
used before , very good service
#17
Nice man just abvout to ask a mate but for <£2.00 saves me the bother - heat added!
#18
kalababa
Cat6"E" or "A"There is no mention of "E"Or they mean Ethernet by "E"Dont know... may be they are Cat"5E"
?
says cat5e all over the link
#19
20m + free del-- amazon= £2.77
Bargain...the pups nutz!1
#20
airdsuk
mywife
Deal. Have used Safekom a number of times and cant fault them.


+1

+1
#21
Cool, can't go wrong at that. thanks
#22
Perfect timing OP - Just what I wanted t order today :)

Going for: 2x10m Cat6e & 2x3m Cat6e for £8.30

Cheers :D



Edited By: K1LLER HORNET on Jan 24, 2011 21:47: Added Info.
1 Like #23
Bloody hell, heat from me. Cheaper than a rope.

Edited By: afsar.imam on Jan 24, 2011 21:54
#24
brilly
kalababa
Cat6"E" or "A"There is no mention of "E"Or they mean Ethernet by "E"Dont know... may be they are Cat"5E"

?
says cat5e all over the link


Sorry I mean cat6 deals on their ebay shop
#25
I would think twice about these cables. The ones that do give any detail (e.g. item 280566531037) state that the cable is actually CCA (copper-clad aluminium) rather than copper which is the requirement for the specification. I guess it will probably suffice for many people but I dont think he should be calling it cat5e/cat 6 etc - Low price = low quality. I wouldn't bank on reliable gigabit networking with these. Cold because although very cheap, they do not conform to the standards they claim to.

Edited By: cynikill on Jan 25, 2011 00:54
#26
Blinding price - will order a score or so for work (10m cables always disappear fast...).

cynikill - good point, possibly cheap Chinese imports and may not actually meet Cat5e requirements -will stick a tester on a few.
#27
Got a 10m cat 6 last week from this company,The price is cheap and is reflected in the quality. cable feels and looks low quality also only getting showing 100mb on a gigabyte hub
I have used cablewareuk on ebay in the past, (far better quality and cat6).
#28
Ordered a 15m cable - worth a try @ £2.15
Hot from me
#29
Fantastic! Its hot.
banned#30
which is better to use this or an RJ11?

or doesn't it matter so long as you have the right adaptors to match up the sockets.

It's to run from my filter by the line in box and going to my modem.


Edited By: slamdunkin on Jan 25, 2011 10:07: .
#31
Thanks, cost me 6p using my ebay+ points.
#32
thnx
#33
Yeah I bought 50M from them the other week for 5.85 inc p&p complete bargain. Super quick delivery too
#34
15m £2.15 delivered bargain :)
#35
ordered 2, thanks
#36
I love the headline price of this, but as I can only just about get fast enough speed for BBCi Player on my TV. I think the low quality will struggle to play iPlayer.
I think I will leave this and go for proper cables not low quality imports. I won't vote either way but people need to be aware that the quality is so low that these may not work on yor telly if you arte in a 1 meg area such as me.
#37
MattOsprey
I love the headline price of this, but as I can only just about get fast enough speed for BBCi Player on my TV. I think the low quality will struggle to play iPlayer.
I think I will leave this and go for proper cables not low quality imports. I won't vote either way but people need to be aware that the quality is so low that these may not work on yor telly if you arte in a 1 meg area such as me.

Don't understand what role "quality" will play in this. May be quality can extend length but otherwise it is digital communication, either 1 or 0. "high quality" can not make 1 to 1.5 and "low quality" can't make it 0.5. RJ45 is RJ45, it will either work or not work. Quality may make a difference in the cable jacket, colour and possibly packaging but will have not affect performance. This is my understanding, decision all yours.

Edited By: afsar.imam on Jan 25, 2011 12:33
#38
MattOsprey
I love the headline price of this, but as I can only just about get fast enough speed for BBCi Player on my TV. I think the low quality will struggle to play iPlayer.
I think I will leave this and go for proper cables not low quality imports. I won't vote either way but people need to be aware that the quality is so low that these may not work on yor telly if you arte in a 1 meg area such as me.


Where does it say they are imports? London company.
#39
gratts
Don't get how this company makes money!


Those are CAT5 cable which do not support 1GB Ethernet. They might be good for home use, but no business will ever touch them.

Considering that businesses, on average, have 100 Meter cable for each PC it's not difficult to see how you get stuck with million meters of cable that nobody needs.
#40
CTPAHHIK
gratts
Don't get how this company makes money!


Those are CAT5 cable which do not support 1GB Ethernet. They might be good for home use, but no business will ever touch them.

Considering that businesses, on average, have 100 Meter cable for each PC it's not difficult to see how you get stuck with million meters of cable that nobody needs.


I thought CAT5E did support gigabit. Or are you saying these particular ones dont?

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