Good solution for running coaxial cable over door and across room. I wish the cable fit a little tighter in clip to hold it in place, but otherwise very happy with the clips. Very inexpensive solution too.
I got the 10mm to guide a CAT6 24AWG cable (Product # 11379) along the grove of my baseboard and wall, and they did the job perfectly. Great value and still holding tight, strong, and blending in for 4 years.
These work great for in-home cable management. I read a couple reviews of the nails breaking, but this didn't happen to me once. I nailed these into plaster wall, baseboard, and doorframe. Not really any wiggle room with a cat6 cable - I could fasten the cable into the hook and make it stay pretty easily. Only gripe is the box they came in is awful. It says something like "Don't open until ready to use" on it, and with good reason - the lid is completely loose and if you remove the tape holding it on you're going to get cable clips everywhere. Other than this design flaw (which is a shame because the box is itself is pretty sturdy) I have no complaints. At this price these are a steal.
I bought these to help me cleanly run my network in my home. These are cheap, and you get what you pay for, so its worth noting that you are paying a dollar for them.
I first tried buying slightly larger clips, but they didn't hold the wire snug and I wanted everything clean. I ended up buying these and they do a much better job, though I did have several of the nails snap off when hammering in.
They mostly hold my network cable pretty snug. They hold the 14 AWG CL2 speaker wire very firmly.
PROS: Small enough to firmly hold CL2 speaker wire and if you hammer them in tight, network cable.
I was running at about 33% success with these while trying to hammer them into the wood siding on my garage. Most of the nail heads snapped in half, the rest of them broke in half (the shaft?) while hammering them. The ones that worked only took 2-3 hits with the hammer to get them installed correctly so my thought is that these are just plain cheap and you get good and bad ones. Sucks that I bought two boxes of them.
PROS: Cheap...might work in sheet rock or drywall.
CONS: Nails and nail heads constantly broke while trying to hammer them.