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Instore @ ASDA: Velcro cable tidies 10p for pack of 10!

£0.10 @ George (Asda George)
Just in my local ASDA on the hunt for velcro cable ties for my work network and found these. They were labelled up as £1 per pack of 10, but scanned at 10p per pack! Bargain, and makes them chea… Read More
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#1
http://i33.photobucket.com/albums/d87/jonnyfatman/cabletidies.jpg
#2
:( I paid 25p for mine reduced from Asda and thought I had a good deal. Ach well. 10p is a great price
banned#3
great price but i mostly find nothing good at my asda
#4
I paid quite a bit for the Akasa ones ages ago about £3 for a pack of 6 and they are BRILLIANT so at 10p what a bargain!!
#5
12 for a pound at pound world so great deal... hot!
#6
:x Bummer, been to asda tonight, didn't see these, but didn't look in that area, great deal, will keep a look out for them!! Thanks.:thumbsup:
#7
Is there anything dangerous about wrapping up cables like this?
#8
Mr Hunter
Is there anything dangerous about wrapping up cables like this?

Nope, as long as you do not coil the wire. i.e. fold the wire then tie wrap.
#9
Thermal Rider
Nope, as long as you do not coil the wire. i.e. fold the wire then tie wrap.


you mean like the picture on the bottom left of the pack!!!
#10
i can't stand velcro..................... it's such a Rip-Off ;-) :whistling:
#11
Mr Hunter
Is there anything dangerous about wrapping up cables like this?


For the short lengths of most power cables you should be fine. I use them for tidying up patch cables coming into/out of switches as they're more convenient than zip ties.

One thing you don't want to do though, is bunch power cables with analogue audio wires as they can sometimes pick up mains hum.
#12
andiejn
you mean like the picture on the bottom left of the pack!!!

Hehe.......yes that looks suspiciously like a coil........ naughty picture!!
Just to expand a little for those interested, no harm would be done if it is a signal cable but a coil of mains cable will heat up if there is a significant current through it.........Its that bloke Eddy Currents fault! ;-)
#13
what colour are these? or is it a mix black red yellow like on the box?
#14
well none in my asda! they had some for £5 ripp!

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