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FLEXboot Series Cat6 24AWG UTP Ethernet Network Patch Cable, 14ft Blue
Save the time and hassle of building Ethernet cables by using fixed-length UTP Cat6 Ethernet Network Cables from Monoprice!
The FLEXboot Series of cables feature a thinner cable boot protecting the plug retaining clip, which makes it much easier to depress the clip and protective cover.
- Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) Category 6 Ethernet cable
- 24AWG stranded, pure bare copper conductors
- 550MHz bandwidth
- Snagless cable boot protects the plug retaining clip
- Thinner cable boot makes it easier to depress the clip and protective cover
- 50µm gold plated contacts
- 14-foot length (tip to tip)
Monoprice Ethernet cables are made of 100% pure bare copper wire, as opposed to copper clad aluminum (CCA) wire, and are therefore fully compliant with UL Code 444 and National Electrical Code TIA-568-C.2 fire and safety standards, which require pure bare copper wire in communications cables.
PROS: Good cable excellent snagless boot design that both keeps cables from snagging when pulled _and_ leaves them easy to connect and disconnect.
CONS: One minor nit: what on earth is a "Bare Copper" ethernet cable? Monoprice has some cables that use that word in the description and others that don't. It does not signify any difference I can discern, and most certainly does not signify that the cables are, in fact, bare copper.
PROS: the job, Expect 0.25% rejection only
PROS: This cable is very similar to any other Cat 6 cable sold on here. Excellent quality jackets really protect the cable from abuse and they will last a long time. The various colors help coordinating a home network where you can be sure which lead goes to which room.
CONS: Sometimes these cables lengths are measured from the very tip of the cable and some are measured from the back of the jacket, so the length seems to vary by the length of the connector. Generally this is never an issue.
PROS: Awesome snagless boot, solid build quality, dependability
CONS: If you're Scrooge McDuck you might think a couple buck is expensive....