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Dell have Belkin Patch cables from 31 pence delivered! £0.31

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#1
Thanks! Paid nearly £8 for 2 leads before Christmas. Just got 2 more now for £1.88.
#2
Wow - loads of really cheap cables here - they charge stupid amounts for this sort of thing on the highstreet!
#3
Trying to think of any cables I might need in the future lol
#4
1.8m USB lead 78p (my new printer didn't come with one).
#5
cheers, pc world tried to charge me £20 for one last w/end (I didn't get it!)
#6
i found that limiting the search with rj45 cuts down on the 'other' acccessories
#7
Loads more bargains to be had if you carry on through the pages - some cheap wireless mouse/keyboard stuff as well.
[mod] 1 Like #8
If you list by price low to high it saves time too as the higher the price the less discount it seems.
#9
i've just ordered a vga cable rom dell and the delivery charge was approx £7 i then added one of the cat5e patch cables for 31p and the delivery charge dissappeared so basically as long as you order one of the items with free delivery, such as the cat5e cables then you get free delivery on all the items you order. or at least thats what it looks like
#10
mikeT and dell hmmmm.....
#11
ssabres
1.8m USB lead 78p (my new printer didn't come with one).


i need one of them to but cannot find it

do you have a direct link thanks
#12
How come these are so cheap
#13
Biggest bargain is a dell mouse mat at £4.98 :w00t: ....
Bargain Cat 5 cables though!! I'll be buying a handful to stick in the draw ;-)
#14
techmob;1431806
i need one of them to but cannot find it

do you have a direct link thanks


Hi,

Here's the URL that you need:-

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=A0511795

Hope this is of some help.

Best Regards.
#15
ordered about 40 quids worth of stuff for 7quid :)
#16
I'm looking for mini USB cable but have gone through about 20pages but not found anything! Anyone got a direct link?
#17
Decent deal for retail pricing(I work in the industry and needless to say, trade pricing is SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper).

Just be aware that IMO the images are misleading for the shorter leads(50cm, 1m). They show coils of cable, and there is no way that the cables are anywhere near as long as shown in the pictures. I certainly cant really see any requirement for home use for 0.5m patch leads - they are really really short, and normally used only for patching switches in(in the industry :)).
#18
itxweather
Hi,

Here's the URL that you need:-

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=A0511795

Hope this is of some help.

Best Regards.


big help

thans
#19
MrShed
Decent deal for retail pricing(I work in the industry and needless to say, trade pricing is SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper).

Just be aware that IMO the images are misleading for the shorter leads(50cm, 1m). They show coils of cable, and there is no way that the cables are anywhere near as long as shown in the pictures. I certainly cant really see any requirement for home use for 0.5m patch leads - they are really really short, and normally used only for patching switches in(in the industry :)).


You don't need to work in the industry to know that ;-)
#20
Some great items...thanks
#21
techmob
i need one of them to but cannot find it

do you have a direct link thanks


Belkin Inc
Belkin PRO Series - USB cable - 4 PIN USB Type A (M) - 4 PIN USB Type B (M) - 1.8 m ( USB / Hi-Speed USB )
Usually Ships In Within 24 Hours
Manufacturer Part F3U133B06
Dell Part A0511795
Price £9.00
Shipping Free

Total £0.78

incl. VAT, shipping
#22
Lol yeh true enough pakichan :)
#23
Is there a printer cable in there somewhere if so, can someone please direct me..

Thanks
Nad
#24
is a patch cable an ethernet cable
#26
anyone seen any HDMI cables in amoungst all that stuff.
#27
joni944
is a patch cable an ethernet cable


Certainly is
#28


Get optical reliability at an affordable price.


ROFL
#29
Delivery charge - if you order more than 5 items it is not free - reduce the number of items

Printer cable -
Belkin PRO Series - Printer cable - DB-25 (M) - 36 PIN Centronics (M) - 3 m Qty 2
Unit Price Incl. VAT £1.53
Manufacturer Part# F2A036B10
Dell Part# A0511420

Hope this helps

Rog:-D
#30
There are loads of cheap printer leads. Just typr "printer leads" into the search engine.

Is this good for anyone?

http://accessories.euro.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=uk&l=en&s=dhs&cs=ukdhs1&sku=A0815289

Imation 10 x DVD-RW 4.7GB 2x spindle £5.18. Seems quite a good price for DVD-RW. Think I paid £2 pounds something for 2.
#31
Thanks OP. Heat added. Went for a network cable and usb cable. Always worth having a spare knocking about.
#32
joni944
is a patch cable an ethernet cable


yep
#33
THANKS just saved me a bomb now I can get all wired up : :-D ;-)
#34
Say I wanted to connect a laptop to a desktop PC over a LAN connection, would this cable be any good? (I'm not so familiar with the world of IT)
1 Like #35
tsimehC
Say I wanted to connect a laptop to a desktop PC over a LAN connection, would this cable be any good? (I'm not so familiar with the world of IT)


No for that you would need a crossover cable
#36
MrShed;1431879
Decent deal for retail pricing(I work in the industry and needless to say, trade pricing is SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper).

Just be aware that IMO the images are misleading for the shorter leads(50cm, 1m). They show coils of cable, and there is no way that the cables are anywhere near as long as shown in the pictures. I certainly cant really see any requirement for home use for 0.5m patch leads - they are really really short, and normally used only for patching switches in(in the industry :)).

the 0.5 metre is useful kit closely located to each other....i use a 05.m cable from my cable modem to wireless router, wless router to desktop....had to buy mine at maplin for £3.99 (eexpenive for me, eek....its ok quality) as i needed a cable quickly
ebuyer as usually pretty cheap for cables too....i havent checked but i dont think they are quite as cheap as this
1 Like #37
No, UTP(unshielded twisted pair) can be either, but will be straight through probably. Unlikely you need crossover cable for this, as almost all modern network cards are auto sensing these days, so can utilise a straight through as crossover anyway.
#38
What is the diference between the CAT 5 & CAT 5e patch cables?
#39
To simplify things badass, from a consumer point of view, ALL network cables are UTP. This is not the case at all, but for your purposes they are :). STP(shielded twisted pair) is MUCH more expensive, and is rare, only used in certain situations.

Cat5e is the standard these days Damon. Even cables tagged as Cat5 are almost certainly Cat5e, the terms have become almost interchangeable. Cat5 is an older standard, long superceded by Cat5e.
#40
Thanks Mr Shed

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