Reddit Reddit reviews Techflex Sleeving, 0.500" in, 10 ft, Black

We found 11 Reddit comments about Techflex Sleeving, 0.500" in, 10 ft, Black. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Techflex Sleeving, 0.500
25% edge overlapBraided From 0.10" PET Monofilament YarnsHalogen Free - RoHS CompliantFAR 25, FMVSS 302 ApprovedOperating Temps: -94°F to 257°F (-70°C to 125°C)
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11 Reddit comments about Techflex Sleeving, 0.500" in, 10 ft, Black:

u/subbarker · 10 pointsr/cableporn

EDIT: I didn't know what heat shrink was, will investigate for next project.

It's not heat shrink, it's this stuff.

u/Aiirzyismynameo · 4 pointsr/battlestations

I really recommend This!

Really can find it anywhere and maybe some cable ties. You can pick them up at any hardware store. If you want to keep it simple!

u/frnzwork · 3 pointsr/WindowsMR

Highly recommend this, it is very effective. I did the same thing, though seems my cord was more expensive:

u/Geedunk · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Leave a little space between your desk and the wall and either get a cable tray or check and see if your surge protector has slots on the bottom that you can use to hang it off screws.

Braided sleeving and velco strips will work wonders, or use a combination of the two depending on how much you have to deal with. It's on you to hide all of it behind your monitor stand for minimal appearance, but with a little work it'll look great!

u/smithenheimer · 2 pointsr/oculus

I'm using these....



Then for the sake of asthetics, I wrapped them both in this to keep the wires together when routing.

10 foot for each, which has worked for me, but 15 might give a bit more flexibility depending on the location of your PC. But part of the benefit of the hanging cables is that as long as your cable can reach diagonally to the opposite corner of your space, (front to back, left to right, and top to bottom. Diagonally in 3 dimensions), then it should be able to reach anywhere in your space. The stock Rift cable can reach diagonally across my space, and my extension cables are just getting my cable to its "start" position in the corner.

Keep in mind these cables don't have a ton of strength, so I recommend getting a hefty command strip hook to statically fix your wire near the ceiling to take a lot of the weight, then the hook cables can split the weight from there as it droops towards your head naturally.

This turned into a bit of a novel but I hope my "lessons learned" are helpful haha

u/Mikebyrneyadigg · 2 pointsr/Ruckus

Thanks! It's just your run of the mill cable wrap. I think I got it off Amazon, better looking than the electrical tape the stock harness has.

u/jasondcannon · 1 pointr/Vive

Cool. Well, I'm going to order these and give it a shot. My Vive is to be delivered on Friday. Couldn't resist the $100 off deal. I also went with this cable sleeve as the one you linked didn't have prime shipping. Thanks for the advice!!!

u/JesusSquid · 1 pointr/buildmeapc

Can't see why not. I've used heat shrink on all sorts of electrical wires. Might make them noticeably stiffer and harder to maneuver though depending on the quality/thickness of the heat shrink.

Could try this too

Or this

u/rjohnson5481 · 1 pointr/battlestations

i prefer this:

It's tough to get rid of all cables but you can get a ton of cables through those.
Word of advice when using them though... when you get them to size they will fray, to prevent that use a lighter to melt the edges, melt about a quarter of an inch off.

u/RedPsiWolf · 1 pointr/buildapc

What about routing the other cables along the power strip to the outlet and using a sleeve to cover all the cables? Maybe something like this:

u/kerriface · 1 pointr/Pets

i would start playing with him more often and maybe getting him a cat scratcher or cat tree that he can chew on freely. otherwise, i would invest in something to cover your wires, like this.