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Hook & Loop Fastening Tape 5 yard/roll, 0.75-inch - White
Self-attaching hook and loop material, popularized by the NASA space program, is a "miracle" fastener with thousands of uses, from hanging a picture on a wall to replacing a traditional zipper on a jacket to almost anything you can imagine. This roll of hook and loop material is just what you need for that special project. The roll measures 3/4" wide and 15 feet long with hook material on one side and loop material on the other.
Cons: So to start off, I purchased these rolls to bundle some Ethernet cable I was running. I was bundling about 10-15 lines together. Here's the problem, the Velcro on these rolls is too thick, doesn't bend well, and doesn't adhere well to itself. When I was trying to wrap the cables, the ends wouldn't stay down and would get pulled off occasionally, which in itself defeats the purpose of using it.
Hoping for another brand of Velcro that is as strong as the normal sized 6", 10", 12" straps but comes on a roll.
If you're planning on using this to be tight on small cable wraps, look elsewhere.
The tape is average thickness, but I have had a better roll with thinner thickness. This tape's thickness makes it stiffer, which is not necessarily a good thing. It means that the tape will tend to want to straighten out, especially in lengths less than 2 inches.
The fastening ability is just ok. I wouldn't trust important stuff to be securely held together with a single wrap of the tape. Just make sure you have a few more inches overlapping so that more surface area catches.
PROS: Cheap and they do work mostly
CONS: Stiffness, glued 2-ply, average fastening ability
5 months ago
PROS: Robust. Cheap. White
6 months ago
CONS: Doesn't stick to itself well. Very easy to pull apart.
1 month ago
At this price you will find many, many uses for it. Just cut to size with scissors.
5 months ago
I could do with 1/2" or even 1/4" width tapes for lighter duty uses, but for now I'll continue splitting these rolls as I need to.
Ease of Use
CONS: Could use narrower rolls