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Amazon Sugru Mouldable Glue £4.99 for 8 black - Amazon add on item

£4.99 @ Amazon
Amazon deals of the day. Best thing I have ever used. U can use it to literally fix anything and act as shock absorber on your camera. You can subscribe and after they dispatch cancel the subscription… Read More
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Amazon deals of the day. Best thing I have ever used. U can use it to literally fix anything and act as shock absorber on your camera. You can subscribe and after they dispatch cancel the subscription so that it can be delivered even though under 20quid
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4 Likes #1
Fell off of my camera and I tried it to fix a crack in my tumble drier door and it didnt work, then finally moulded a hook for my keys and it dropped off the wall. Great concept, terrible in reality
#2
Retailer could be in title
Heat
1 Like #3
Only the black came up as £4.99, but good deal nonetheless.
2 Likes #4
Yet another Amazon add-on item, damn them. Have to spend £20 to get free delivery - even with Prime!

Add-on Items are dispatched with orders that contain £20 or more of items dispatched by Amazon.co.uk
2 Likes #5
Newbold
Yet another Amazon add-on item, damn them. Have to spend £20 to get free delivery - even with Prime!Add-on Items are dispatched with orders that contain £20 or more of items dispatched by Amazon.co.uk
you could have read the title rather than ranting and repeating the information.
4 Likes #6
I've used the coloured ones to wrap round cables (various psu's) at work. (over the strain relief at the adaptor end) worked out really well, it stays put and reinforces the strain relief nicely. Also makes life easy. Red ended cable = laptop, green = label printer and so on :)
#7
Can this be used instead of superglue?
8 Likes #8
nougat
Newbold
Yet another Amazon add-on item, damn them. Have to spend £20 to get free delivery - even with Prime!Add-on Items are dispatched with orders that contain £20 or more of items dispatched by Amazon.co.uk
you could have read the title rather than ranting and repeating the information.
Or, alternatively, you could learn that titles (and posts) can be edited after the original post, and that earlier this morning the title simply read: 'Sugru Mouldable Glue £4.99 for 8' with no reference to Amazon or add-ons.

No 'repeating the information' then, and as for ranting it's hardly a rant, and this is a discussion forum! 8)
7 Likes #9
sydney871
Can this be used instead of superglue?
Yes, in the same way that a sofa can be used instead of a toothbrush.
Remember, there are no stupid questions.
1 Like #10
square72
Fell off of my camera and I tried it to fix a crack in my tumble drier door and it didnt work, then finally moulded a hook for my keys and it dropped off the wall. Great concept, terrible in reality


My experience has been the opposite. Have made various wall hooks, shower hook, rubber feet on hard drives/battery packs, magnetic bumper for the stairgate, cable reinforcements etc.

Everything has stayed put so far. Need to make sure you clean the surface and work the Sugru well before applying.
1 Like #11
I used this to seal the connections on my water butts last year. No leaks since.
2 Likes #12
jayjay266
square72
Fell off of my camera and I tried it to fix a crack in my tumble drier door and it didnt work, then finally moulded a hook for my keys and it dropped off the wall. Great concept, terrible in reality


My experience has been the opposite. Have made various wall hooks, shower hook, rubber feet on hard drives/battery packs, magnetic bumper for the stairgate, cable reinforcements etc.

Everything has stayed put so far. Need to make sure you clean the surface and work the Sugru well before applying.


Oh and worth storing unused packets in the fridge to prolong its life.
#13
Newbold
nougat
Newbold
Yet another Amazon add-on item, damn them. Have to spend £20 to get free delivery - even with Prime!Add-on Items are dispatched with orders that contain £20 or more of items dispatched by Amazon.co.uk
you could have read the title rather than ranting and repeating the information.
Or, alternatively, you could learn that titles (and posts) can be edited after the original post, and that earlier this morning the title simply read: 'Sugru Mouldable Glue £4.99 for 8' with no reference to Amazon or add-ons.
No 'repeating the information' then, and as for ranting it's hardly a rant, and this is a discussion forum! 8)
No it didn't
2 Likes #14
jayjay266

Oh and worth storing unused packets in the fridge to prolong its life.

It's the pathetic shelf life of unopened packets that always puts me off buying any. Polymorph is my favourite go to fixer but obviously that's hard not flexible.
#15
Sounds like you may have had an out of date pack. Keep the stuff in the fridge (not the camera obviously)
#16
Newbold
Yet another Amazon add-on item, damn them. Have to spend £20 to get free delivery - even with Prime!

Add-on Items are dispatched with orders that contain £20 or more of items dispatched by Amazon.co.uk


here here! Amazon taking the wee wee as usual!
3 Likes #17
snoopy18
Retailer could be in title
Heat

nougat
Newbold
nougat
Newbold
Yet another Amazon add-on item, damn them. Have to spend £20 to get free delivery - even with Prime!Add-on Items are dispatched with orders that contain £20 or more of items dispatched by Amazon.co.uk
you could have read the title rather than ranting and repeating the information.
Or, alternatively, you could learn that titles (and posts) can be edited after the original post, and that earlier this morning the title simply read: 'Sugru Mouldable Glue £4.99 for 8' with no reference to Amazon or add-ons.
No 'repeating the information' then, and as for ranting it's hardly a rant, and this is a discussion forum! 8)
No it didn't
At the risk of turning this into a Christmas pantomime - it did. See post 2 above. The title didn't even include the word 'Amazon', let alone 'add-on'. You need to get up earlier, wake up, and smell the coffee. :p
1 Like #18
I have used this for taking the strain on cables, especially apple ones that seem designed to fray. Making feet for devices, protecting them from scratching or reducing vibration. I've even temporarily fixed a pair of glasses with it.

Great to have in just in case it's needed.
1 Like #19
It works some of the time for me. One thing that isnt mentioned though is that it's bloody messy! The black colour I have gets all o we your fingers etc. I found it worked well in hiding scratches in a black bumper. only temp solution but worked well for the trade in
1 Like #20
I used mine to reattach a wing mirror on my Mondeo. Worked really well.
1 Like #21
Used this to fix a drawer handle, only lasted a couple of tugs... X)
1 Like #22
Do like this stuff but tried to mend a cracked car key (was quoted upwards of £150 at Timpsons
4 Likes #23
I used mine to make a new top rung for my mother in laws tree house ladder .....be gutted if it fails ;)
3 Likes #24
used this to stick my dashcam mount to rear view mirror, left it a day before attaching the camera and its been there a year, pretty good stuff.
2 Likes #25
Used the black one on the bottom sole of one of my boots which had worn through
#26
Can it fix all these crappy rotting Clarks shoes with the built in non-optional Clarks self-destruct option:

https://youtu.be/BUKSxV_6ZHU
1 Like #27
b1g1an
jayjay266

Oh and worth storing unused packets in the fridge to prolong its life.

It's the pathetic shelf life of unopened packets that always puts me off buying any. Polymorph is my favourite go to fixer but obviously that's hard not flexible.


Yeah. I agree. But I've stored mine in fridge and used stuff which is 6 months over expiry and still fine.
#28
Jaspabt1
It works some of the time for me. One thing that isnt mentioned though is that it's bloody messy! The black colour I have gets all o we your fingers etc. I found it worked well in hiding scratches in a black bumper. only temp solution but worked well for the trade in


Wipe off with a piece of dry kitchen towel, easy.
#29
I bought a lot of this stuff to stick in my toolbox for when I needed it. Didn't realise it had a 'best before date' which expired so when I went to use it, the stuff just didn't work.

So before you buy check how long it has!
#30
I can't see it for this price :(

Looks like it's expired.

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