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Cat6 Flat ethernet cable: 50 ft for $5.90 & 100 ft for $9.54 AC+FS With Prime

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Cat6 Flat ethernet cable, network cable 50ft for $5.91 with coupon code: 50FTECFC

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017R12JMQ

Cat6 Flat ethernet cable, network cable 100ft for $9.54 with coupon code: 100FTECF

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B017R12KF2
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Looks like many* their cables of various sizes have good discounts https://www.amazon.com/CableMonst...ableMonsta

I wish they had white 25 ft, the black 25 ft is a sick deal like 52% off

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...w_c_x_10_w
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No deal for 25 ft?
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No deal for 25 ft?
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Nice, ty. Rep
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Thanks. Got the white 50ft.
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Why do they make them black? No one has black walls. Its probably why they are on discount.
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Why do they make them black? No one has black walls. Its probably why they are on discount.
Most people don't keep wires running along their walls, also you could buy a cord hider and paint it
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how hard is this to run under your carpet? I need to run one from our computer room to a switch about 10 ft away around 2 corners.
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I need white color....
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Most people don't keep wires running along their walls, also you could buy a cord hider and paint it
Or you can just get a white cable which at the most will be few dollars more.
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I've heard that flat Cat6 cables are not meeting a Cat6 standard because the pairs within a flat cable are not twisted and are not separated by a plastic core. It may cause problem especially if used in long runs. I am updating my 1930's house and flat cables are much easier to run but would like to hear from gurus if I should go with round cables or flat cables are fine too. Thanks!
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Racist.
Would u still say that if he said he needed black? I realize u just thought u were being whitey, um...I mean witty??
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Would u still say that if he said he needed black? I realize u just thought u were being, um... witty??
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