Insulation Tape 19MM X 5M Black 22p delivered @ CPC farnell
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Insulation Tape 19MM X 5M Black 22p delivered @ CPC farnell

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Found 19th Feb 2014
Can't get any better delivered! Handy to have ready for all your insulation work.

order 6 then it would be 86p delivered...

also White and Red there

Product Information:
INSULATION TAPE 19MM X 5M Red
Tape Backing Material: PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
Tape Colour: Black
Tape Length - Imperial: 16.4ft
Tape Length - Metric: 5m
Tape Type: Insulating
Tape Width - Imperial: 0.75"
Tape Width - Metric: 19mm
Colour: Black
Material: PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride)
Material Thickness: 0.13mm
Operating Temperature Max: 80°C
Operating Temperature Min: -20°C
Reel Length (Imperial): 16ft
Reel Length (Metric): 5m
Tape Length: 5m
Tape Width: 19mm

Sold through all available stock now guys / gals. Please expire

Thanks
- cpctweet

21/02/14 Back in stock, please unexpire

24/02/14 Back out of stock and now with "quite a few" backorders. Stock a few weeks away, please expire.

Thanks
- cpctweet

115 Comments

You get six of them in a pack in most pound shops.

Original Poster

iant67

You get six of them in a pack in most pound shops.



If you order 6 then it would be 86p delivered... No pound shop can beat it!!

Cheap.!

Its 73p for a 32m rolll at toolstation

mnemon81

If you order 6 then it would be 86p delivered... No pound shop can beat … If you order 6 then it would be 86p delivered... No pound shop can beat it!!



Although no pound shop spams you afterwards. I've never had so much junk mail since I made the mistake of ordering some nightlights from CPC. Awful company.

just ordered 6 paid 86p inclusive,,, don't ask me why ,, so better than poundshop

mnemon81

If you order 6 then it would be 86p delivered... No pound shop can beat … If you order 6 then it would be 86p delivered... No pound shop can beat it!!


Have to go to the 85p shop then X)
http://i908.photobucket.com/albums/ac282/thewongwing101/pictures/hukd%20pics/C_71_article_1346072_image_list_image_list_item_0_image-781777_zps33323960.jpg
thanks ordered

iant67

You get six of them in a pack in most pound shops.


and its about as sticky as their envelope flaps are....

site down

This seller was on the other day with 100 cable ties 24p inc postage . like many bought them and two days later they send an email saying out of stock . it appears to be a plan to get you to sign onto their site and give you all your details . CAUTION - sometimes it can be too good to be true. Good luck.

Original Poster

Looks like we killed that site lol

postage got to cost more - how can they make money?

scheduled system upgrade - happened several times before...
So far, all items I ordered arrived quickly
Very good price for many audio cables as well...

Spam? Just unsubscribe...
It is worth noting though that a lot of what is posted on here for CPC comes from the latest deal catalogues that drop on your doormat and from emails...

Or free from my mans place of work (_;) bit better quality too

Working Link


Price For: 1 Each
1+ £0.18 (£0.216)
3+ £0.12 (£0.144)
Edited by: "furnDeals123" 19th Feb 2014

Bought 60 thanks.

Handy for fixing the dreaded airbag light in older BMW's.

bbbazman

Handy for fixing the dreaded airbag light in older BMW's.

Try removing the fuse and put it back in under dashboard, mines fixed that way

jgjb

thehighlander

postage got to cost more - how can they make money?



Not too mention debit card transaction fees at about 20p. CPC do all this stuff as a loss lead to harvest your address and email address, then they and whoever else they sell your info to spam the hell out of you.

Website is terribe, errors....is it just me?

I just bought 10 black ones and 10 red ones why not? Only works out to 12p a roll :-)

Gawish30

Bought 60 thanks.



How much of a profit will you make on that once you've sold them on eBay? I presume that's why you bought 60? Either that or you've a leeky roof wanting repaired!! X) X) X)

Nk74

How much of a profit will you make on that once you've sold them on eBay? … How much of a profit will you make on that once you've sold them on eBay? I presume that's why you bought 60? Either that or you've a leeky roof wanting repaired!! X) X) X)



Not selling, work in construction.. will have plenty use for them.. very good price too

MARTINVB1000This seller was on the other day with 100 cable ties 24p inc … MARTINVB1000This seller was on the other day with 100 cable ties 24p inc postage . like many bought them and two days later they send an email saying out of stock . it appears to be a plan to get you to sign onto their site and give you all your details . CAUTION - sometimes it can be too good to be true. Good luck.


My cable ties came as did everything else iv'e ordered in the last year off them,And very quickly too.

HotUKmcr

Absolute Rubbish.Does not happen at all.And.... if you wait to order, you … Absolute Rubbish.Does not happen at all.And.... if you wait to order, you lose.Delivery in a day or two.Your Agenda is based on a false premise, I doubt you have ordered anything at all.



I purposely mis-spelt my name when I made my order several months ago. After several emails and phone calls they finally agreed to stop sending catalogues. Then the junk from other companies started, with the same mis-spelt name on.

Luckily I used an email alias for my main account which regular gets spam from various companies, which is strange considering they are the only ones who have that email address registered.

How do think they can afford to sell items at a loss constantly?
20p to the bank, 50p to Royal Mail and few pence for the product, not forgetting the staff time and tax mans share. All that wrapped up for 22p. Hmm...

MARTINVB1000

This seller was on the other day with 100 cable ties 24p inc postage . … This seller was on the other day with 100 cable ties 24p inc postage . like many bought them and two days later they send an email saying out of stock . it appears to be a plan to get you to sign onto their site and give you all your details . CAUTION - sometimes it can be too good to be true. Good luck.




The cable ties arrived with me the next day! Have ordered loads of stuff over the past year with them and have never had a problem.

Nk74

How much of a profit will you make on that once you've sold them on eBay? … How much of a profit will you make on that once you've sold them on eBay? I presume that's why you bought 60? Either that or you've a leeky roof wanting repaired!! X) X) X)



In all seriousness, could these be used to temporarily fix a leaky roof??? There is a big hole in the felt in my roof and I have stuffed it with bin liners. Have to wait some time to get it fixed as the handyman is very busy plus he needs a dry and calm day. Would these tapes hold the bin liners in place? Previously used a cheap duct tape off ebay and the adhesive was rubbish

PS I know that this is electrical tape!!!
Edited by: "AnnieMumba" 20th Feb 2014

AnnieMumba this would be no good for that you need jaffa tape for that job. Search Google etc it's orange and will easily do the job all be it for a few pounds not pence

Ordered 6. Thanks OP.
Ordered cable ties the other day. Turned out next day. Super fast shipping. However, I got one advertising email after that from them. Also they stored my card details. Seems like a UK based company. So not bothered much.

chicker

AnnieMumba this would be no good for that you need jaffa tape for that … AnnieMumba this would be no good for that you need jaffa tape for that job. Search Google etc it's orange and will easily do the job all be it for a few pounds not pence



At first I thought you meant Gaffa tape and I was in stitches at you calling it Jaffa tape! Then I googled it and it does exist and it's orange!!! Is this stuff similar and as strong as Gaffa tape? Might buy a roll. Always handy to have around the house!

Nk74

Or free from my mans place of work (_;) bit better quality too


Do they really give it away for free?

chicker

AnnieMumba this would be no good for that you need jaffa tape for that … AnnieMumba this would be no good for that you need jaffa tape for that job. Search Google etc it's orange and will easily do the job all be it for a few pounds not pence


My garage roof has asbestos sheets. When I clean moth the other day it removed small chips in some places. Is this would be good to repair them or are there any better solution like waterproof paint. Apprentice any feedback.
Cheers!

harlzter

and its about as sticky as their envelope flaps are....



Sticky flaps? oO Reminds me of a girl I used to know.

Perfect for rugby - keeping your socks up!

its all about the scotch 88

oddballjamie

I purposely mis-spelt my name when I made my order several months ago. … I purposely mis-spelt my name when I made my order several months ago. After several emails and phone calls they finally agreed to stop sending catalogues. Then the junk from other companies started, with the same mis-spelt name on.Luckily I used an email alias for my main account which regular gets spam from various companies, which is strange considering they are the only ones who have that email address registered.How do think they can afford to sell items at a loss constantly?20p to the bank, 50p to Royal Mail and few pence for the product, not forgetting the staff time and tax mans share. All that wrapped up for 22p. Hmm...



Mr.Oddball,

Please could you refrain from making false claims about what we do with data, it is, to put it bluntly, nonsense. We do not sell customer data. We will not sell customer data. And, just to stress this, and make it absolutely clear, we will never, ever, sell customer data. A few reasons:
1) Commercially it makes no sense - we do not want to sell our potential long term customers to competitors
2) Ethically / Legally, (and you may have to excuse any ignorance here as per above we don’t do it so have never needed to check the legality of this) if we wanted to "sell on" data we would likely have to cover it in T's and C's / ask permission. We are part of a FTSE 250, we are not going to do something illegal for the money we could get for your data – not that your “deliberately incorrect” data is not valuable to someone, but we would not know, because we have never had any intention of doing anything but market our literature to you in line with your permissions.
3) Sure there will be more but the top 2 seem so good that we will leave it at that

As many others have helpfully pointed out, if you do not wish to receive any mail from us, please drop us an email to social@cpc.co.uk with an order ref / account number and we will ensure you are removed. We are going to make this available to do online, but until then – if you tell us we will remove you. If you do not tell us we may well continue to send literature occasionally (yes, we changed the way we mail HUKD generated accounts to try and keep mailing to a minimum – we appreciate the feedback we have seen about it and try to be respectful of the sentiment expressed) but we cannot infer your HUKD account complaining about frequency of marketing to an account we have in our systems.

We do not actually “push” these products to HUKD, this 24p product is not really intended to be purchased alone, rather we want people to be able to buy everything they need at our site, this product is a standard code and the value we get from it is not actually from HUKD customers buying one (or even several really due to postage) but from customers (generally trades or business but actually we feel like we offer a valuable range for home users too) who are placing a larger order for a job and having this added in as an extra or simply tacked on to that bigger order. That is not to say we do not see the relative value these type of products are currently having in making new customers aware of us, adding new accounts etc, but no, we do not actually see this as a loss leader (come on, it is electrical tape – sincerely doubt any marketer would put that high on their list of preferred loss leading products) – the reason people are discovering these products is purely down to the free delivery but we have always had these products and prices, they were just prohibitive due to handling charges before.

With regards the same deliberate error spelling, we would kindly offer an alternative interpretation (Occam’s razor precluding us being the culprit) that you may have done similar things with other companies or have some form of malware on your machine, in any case, we would suggest that you explore MPS mpsonline.org.uk/mps…at/ as a good way of being removed off any mailing list, we run our mailing lists against this FYI.

So, in summary, your statements are just flat out wrong – so please could you stop trying to push your misguided statements as fact.

cpctweet

Mr.Oddball, Please could you refrain from making false claims about what … Mr.Oddball, Please could you refrain from making false claims about what we do with data, it is, to put it bluntly, nonsense. We do not sell customer data. We will not sell customer data. And, just to stress this, and make it absolutely clear, we will never, ever, sell customer data. A few reasons:1) Commercially it makes no sense - we do not want to sell our potential long term customers to competitors2) Ethically / Legally, (and you may have to excuse any ignorance here as per above we don’t do it so have never needed to check the legality of this) if we wanted to "sell on" data we would likely have to cover it in T's and C's / ask permission. We are part of a FTSE 250, we are not going to do something illegal for the money we could get for your data – not that your “deliberately incorrect” data is not valuable to someone, but we would not know, because we have never had any intention of doing anything but market our literature to you in line with your permissions. 3) Sure there will be more but the top 2 seem so good that we will leave it at thatAs many others have helpfully pointed out, if you do not wish to receive any mail from us, please drop us an email to social@cpc.co.uk with an order ref / account number and we will ensure you are removed. We are going to make this available to do online, but until then – if you tell us we will remove you. If you do not tell us we may well continue to send literature occasionally (yes, we changed the way we mail HUKD generated accounts to try and keep mailing to a minimum – we appreciate the feedback we have seen about it and try to be respectful of the sentiment expressed) but we cannot infer your HUKD account complaining about frequency of marketing to an account we have in our systems.We do not actually “push” these products to HUKD, this 24p product is not really intended to be purchased alone, rather we want people to be able to buy everything they need at our site, this product is a standard code and the value we get from it is not actually from HUKD customers buying one (or even several really due to postage) but from customers (generally trades or business but actually we feel like we offer a valuable range for home users too) who are placing a larger order for a job and having this added in as an extra or simply tacked on to that bigger order. That is not to say we do not see the relative value these type of products are currently having in making new customers aware of us, adding new accounts etc, but no, we do not actually see this as a loss leader (come on, it is electrical tape – sincerely doubt any marketer would put that high on their list of preferred loss leading products) – the reason people are discovering these products is purely down to the free delivery but we have always had these products and prices, they were just prohibitive due to handling charges before. With regards the same deliberate error spelling, we would kindly offer an alternative interpretation (Occam’s razor precluding us being the culprit) that you may have done similar things with other companies or have some form of malware on your machine, in any case, we would suggest that you explore MPS http://www.mpsonline.org.uk/mpsr/what/ as a good way of being removed off any mailing list, we run our mailing lists against this FYI.So, in summary, your statements are just flat out wrong – so please could you stop trying to push your misguided statements as fact.



Lies, lies and more lies. Only takes a quick search or a looking through previous CPC deals to see how much junk you send 'customers'.

How about you publish your home address and see how much junk you get. Then and only then can you understand.

oddballjamie

Lies, lies and more lies. Only takes a quick search or a looking through … Lies, lies and more lies. Only takes a quick search or a looking through previous CPC deals to see how much junk you send 'customers'.


Uhm. No. Not lies.

Yes, you can search for plenty of examples of people complaining about the Brochures we send out. We're not denying that. At all. Not even once. Why would we? - It's there for all to see, we'd have to be some kind of stupid to deny that.

You do that search.

And, then, more often than not you'll find plenty of examples of us saying something along the lines of "Please email your details to social@cpc.co.uk and we'll get that stopped for you". (where you don't see this is when the thread is old, or we've already said it several times on the same thread).

And, then we do that when we've received the emails. We respond to the majority of them personally also to acknowledge to that person we've got their email, I'm sure you'll find evidence of that also on your searches, we're sure.

What we are denying, and will continue to deny, are the libellous claims that we then sell and or pass on that information. This does not happen. Ever. For all the reasons we listed above and more, it's something that we are strongly opposed to as a Business and any claims that we do this are the "lies".

Perhaps you should take some time to familiarise yourself with the basic concepts we quite helpfully numbered 1 - 3 for you (OK, technically we only had two, but...)

Edited by: "cpctweet" 20th Feb 2014
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