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    Monoprice Marker Cable Tie 4in 18 lbs, 100 pcs/pack, Black
    Product # 5791
    4in 8in
    black - selected white
    In Stock This item will ship on 9/24/2018 if ordered within 1 days 27 minutes

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    4.4 / 5.0
    48 Reviews
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    Very Versatile, Need Label Maker Though
    I'm a perfectionist and love to organize and label my cables. This is the most affordable and versatile solutions I've ever used. Cables are easy to attach and use.

    If you're buying black marker cable ties, then you'll also need to buy a light-colored paint marker or label maker for your label to be seen on the black background.
    December 21, 2009
    Unsuitable for smaller cables
    These are the first thing I've regretted purchasing from Monoprice. I had hoped to use them to label Ethernet cables (as a cheaper alternative to purpose made label guns). However they are quite fragile, easily snapped by hand, I've even had the locking ratchet tab break out of the locking head on quite a few! They do not ratchet down small enough for use on most individual cables although I imagine that they would be fine for bundles of small cables or large individual cables.

    PROS: Numerous, good price.

    CONS: Poorly made, quite fragile, do not work well for smaller cables (like individual strands of cat 5)
    January 30, 2013
    These are a little tiny, but they work fine for wrapping up, and labeling your random cables. I have these on my power cords near my surge protector so I can figure out if something I'm trying to use is plugged in. I use a label maker to mark each tag. These are definitely worth the very low asking price!
    July 15, 2010
    not what I was expecting
    The cable markers were smaller than I expected, and they broke easily. A number of the locks that hold the zip tight were already broken when they arrived and just had to be thrown away. The markers were too small for a label and would not be easily seen on the cable. Plus, once you put them on the cable, they're hard on your hands when you wind the cable up.

    PROS: cheap

    CONS: too small

    too fragile

    hard on the hands after application on cable
    September 5, 2014
    Good sterdy prpduct. just what i expected. Will be getting more
    March 18, 2018
    6 months ago
    Great ordered many times
    These are the best solution I have ever found. Must have a special "Sharpie" metallic paint pen to label them. I purchased from office depot.. because everything else does not write on the label surface.

    PROS: Sturdy, helpful, necessary for home theatre labeling of cables.

    CONS: Requires special writing instrument (paint pen by Sharpie from office depot)
    July 17, 2016
    Great for cable id and wall power cube tagging.

    PROS: Works with marker and label maker

    CONS: None
    October 5, 2013
    perfect for marking the wires I had. just remember you will need a silver fine tip marker

    PROS: small, several in a pack for the price

    CONS: marker surface is dark so almost impossible to see using a normal marker
    January 6, 2012
    Will buy these again.

    PROS: Makes things faster and easier to do maintenance.

    CONS: A few were broken in the bag but for the price can't complain to much.
    June 20, 2011
    Worked perfectly
    Wanted to lable my cables, audio, video, network, etc. Used with 0.25" brother lables. Worked out perfectly.
    June 14, 2012

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