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Cable Ties 4.8 x 300mm Pack of 100, £2.37 @ Palmer Riley Electrical Distribution Ltd on Amazon
Cable Ties 4.8 x 300mm Pack of 100,  £2.37 @ Palmer Riley Electrical Distribution Ltd on Amazon

Cable Ties 4.8 x 300mm Pack of 100, £2.37 @ Palmer Riley Electrical Distribution Ltd on Amazon

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Cable ties, 300mm length.

These are useful in the garden ... it was for this purpose that I found them, as they provide an easy way to join plants to garden canes, for example with tomato plants.

I actually wanted 200mm ties, but these longer ones are about £1 cheaper.

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Always get mine out of poundland if you have one .

Thanks for posting OP, just what I was looking for.

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philmitchell

Always get mine out of poundland if you have one .



Although not the same, last year I bought some from B&M and I think they were £1 for about 20, which would obviously mean £5 for 100 as well as travel time.

These are delivered ready to use

Was looking for some of these, Draper tool box has 200 for £2.68, but p&p is £1.97 = £5.15.

Just what I was looking for too

Beware that these won't stretch and the ratchet mechanism doesn't allow them to be loosened. If used carelessly you could end up strangling a growing plant.

..or £1.97 in toolstation (if you have one near...)

If you want 200mm

here

always handy these thanks op

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annodomini2

If you want 200mm here



£7.95 delivery ...:(

annodomini2

If you want 200mm here



100 items in your basket
Goods:
£1.42
Standard delivery:
£7.95
VAT:
£1.87
Total:
£11.24

Cheaper on that well known auction site - 130515957576 - 330537360075 - 280677039529 - and that's just the first 3 I fell over.

wbmkk

Although not the same, last year I bought some from B&M and I think they … Although not the same, last year I bought some from B&M and I think they were £1 for about 20, which would obviously mean £5 for 100 as well as travel time.These are delivered ready to use




The ones I have here in front of me are the same as these 100 in the pack 300mm long they are tool box cable ties.

nick1austin

Beware that these won't stretch and the ratchet mechanism doesn't allow … Beware that these won't stretch and the ratchet mechanism doesn't allow them to be loosened. If used carelessly you could end up strangling a growing plant.



...or alternatively use them what they are designed for, tying cables!

cibarious

Cheaper on that well known auction site - 130515957576 - 330537360075 - … Cheaper on that well known auction site - 130515957576 - 330537360075 - 280677039529 - and that's just the first 3 I fell over.



Those are all 200mm in length, the ones here are 300mm in length.

Thanks. Now I need just need to write out the list of people I need to detain.

save the planet and use sticks soaked in water instead

Reasonable price for delivered but I always get mine from screwfix

At Halfords they're insanely marked up. For 100mm versions, 30x for around the same price. Pound shops are the best place to buy them but they rarely have them since the stock seems to change week upon week.

This seems like a good deal. Heat added.

Thank you, needed some slightly longer ones than I already have

Seems a bit steep. I got a pack of 500 (varying in size from 100mm to 300mm) from Aldi for £3.99 a while back.

Lyndyhop

Thank you, needed some slightly longer ones than I already have


theres a willy joke there somewhere
Edited by: "dataload" 15th May 2011

PoundLand in Basingstoke have these in stock.

Cheers - ordered
dont forget to go thru Nectar

moneyforme

Those are all 200mm in length, the ones here are 300mm in length.



Many thanks for reminding me that I really should wear my spectacles at ALL times.

Now that I'm wearing my spectacles, I've ordered some of these for myself!!!

Edited by: "cibarious" 15th May 2011

I use cable ties a lot at my job and for the information of those who need longer ones- just daisy chain them to the length you need. I usually need shorter ones but every now and then I might have to cable tie a 12" Diameter spool. Just thread the plain end through the grip part and add more until you have the length you need. Simple and effective for occasional daisy chaining needs.

dataload

save the planet and use sticks soaked in water instead


lol

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They arrived today and pretty strong they look too.
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