Belkin Cat5e Snagless UTP Patch Cable (Blue) 1m - 75p (Prime) £4.74 (Non Prime) - Amazon
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Belkin Cat5e Snagless UTP Patch Cable (Blue) 1m - 75p (Prime) £4.74 (Non Prime) - Amazon

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Found 19th Apr 2016
Well this definitely isn't a deal for none Prime subscribers. Throwing it out there for anybody with Prime. 1m Belkin Cat5e Snagless UTP Patch Cable for 75p.

-Ideal in conjunction with 10 and 100 Base-T
-50 micron gold plated connectors to ensure a clean and clear transmission
-Available in a variety of colours
-Premium snagless-type molding to protect the connection
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Cheaper than £land.:)
£1 for a 5m cable in Poundworld.
freakstyler

£1 for a 5m cable in Poundworld.



Didn't see any. Must have sold out but will check next time.
looking for patch cables of maybe half the size for those great deals we have been getting on 8 port routers
any deals for something cat5e arou d 0.5m
looked for some yesterday but they were double the price of this.
veedubjai

Didn't see any. Must have sold out but will check next time.



Yeah, that's the trouble with £1 shops, very inconsistent stock wise. I've been using the cables for a few years and they've been fine - I have around 9 of them in use around the house.
freakstyler

£1 for a 5m cable in Poundworld.



Would never have thought of checking Poundworld for these. Thanks for the heads up.
Thanks op's. Showing as £2.50?.
Edited by: "silverhawk" 19th Apr 2016
silverhawk

Thanks op's. Showing as £2.50?.


Showing as £3.56 for me.
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silverhawk

Thanks op's. Showing as £2.50?.



Looks like it's expired. Amazon were the seller at 75p
Hate how expensive these are out in the wild. I think most people should realise that if you just go and ask the IT guys at work (or school or uni or whatever) there's a good chance they'll just give you a few for free. These things cost nothing to make.
AndrewHu

Hate how expensive these are out in the wild. I think most people should … Hate how expensive these are out in the wild. I think most people should realise that if you just go and ask the IT guys at work (or school or uni or whatever) there's a good chance they'll just give you a few for free. These things cost nothing to make.


Or just "that friend who fixed your laptop once" as we always seems to amass them.
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