- For feet on small electronics
- Hemispherical shape
- A-20 Acrylic Adhesive, provides excellent adhesive anchorage
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3M SJ5302 Bumpon Blister Pack, Clear 0.312" Wide x Long, 0.085"
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|Item Weight||1.28 ounces|
|Number of Items||1|
|Overall Width||0.312 inches|
|Size||0.312 in. x 0.085 in. / hemisphere shape|
|Temperature Range||-30-150 Degrees Fahrenheit|
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|Part Number||SJ5300 Series|
|Material Type||plasticizer-free polyurethane|
3M Bumpon SJ5300 Series Self-Adhesive Bumpers are pressure sensitive adhesive-backed po... See more product details
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For some reason, Amazon doesn't say how many bumpons are in a pack.
The 3M site says
* 0.500" cylindrical:
"3M(tm) Bumpon(tm) Blister Pack SJ5312 Clear, 0.500 in x 0.140 in, 56 Bumpons per blister"
"3M(tm) Bumpon(tm) Blister Pack SJ5412 White, 0.500 in x 0.140 in, 56 Bumpons per blister
"3M(tm) Bumpon(tm) Blister Pack SJ5012 Black, 0.500 in x 0.140 in, 56 Bumpons per blister"
* 0.312" hemisphere:
"3M(tm) Bumpon(tm) Blister Pack SJ5302 Clear, 0.312 in x 0.085 in, 96 Bumpons per blister"
* 0.375 hexagon base, cone top:
"3M(tm) Bumpon(tm) Blister Pack SJ6553 Quiet Clear, 0.375 in x 0.120 in, 132 Bumpons per blister"
* 0.433 hexagon:
"3M(tm) Bumpon(tm) Blister Pack SJ5201 Light Brown, 0.433 in x 0.125 in, 132 Bumpons per blister"
We've also used them on backs of picture frames to keep them from marking wall and staying vertical. They're grippy enough on the wall surface that they do well at holding the picture in place vs. felt pads that have less grip. They also have more "height" or thickness than felt which is sometimes needed to get the frame hardware off the wall so the bumps work right at holding the picture in place.
Sept 2014 update: The glue has failed on some door bumps and they've been replaced. Others slide around a bit. The majority are holding steady. The flexible glue they use is probably their weakest point. Hasn't caused any markings on lacquered finishes. Still clear, haven't yellowed.
The reviews are strong so I bought one. They seem to be made out of rubber and felt sturdy but can give a little. Good depth also for cushioning between the door and the cabinet. After I applied, I closed the door normally and "BAM"! It's just as loud as without any bump pads! ugh.
These are great to replace worn out or missing bumps under small appliances. But if noise matters, it's not a good use for cabinet doors.
I won't rate this badly since it is good product, just not a fit for my need.
However there is one other element I did not count on, CATs. They would jump on or push off the surface. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. Cat goes one way glass goes another. So I needed something with a little stick that still looked esthetically unobtrusive.
I knew what I wanted but had no idea what the item was called. I tried store after store. Finally an internet search found the name. I made sure to get a name brand in a manufacturing package.
This product served its purpose. Oh because most of the furniture is collectables and antiques the surface is not always even. I found on occasion you can put one bumpon under another to stop the wobble vs. a series of strategically placed bumpons.
At work, we have an older computer that is shoe-horned into a very small space. We had to use a short piecce of 2x4 to prop the rear of keyboard up at an angle in order to it to fit in the space allowed. But it kept sliding off the shelf -- onto the floor. I placed 5 of these bumpers in a line under the rear of the keyboard so that they would all rest on the board. Problem solved. The keyboard stays exactly where we put it.
Finally, if you use electronics in areas prone to liquid spills, these little bumpers will lift those devices high enough to stay out of the way of most minor spills.... making these bumpers very inexpensive insurance policies.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are by far the best overall cabinet door/drawer bumpers I have used. They do seem a little more pricey then others, but they go a long way and are worth it! Read morePublished 8 days ago by Brad Randall
Much better then the bumpers you can buy a the local hardware super store. The clear ones dissolve over time and the cheaper similar style form bumpers get mashed flat, these are... Read morePublished 28 days ago by Mike
perfect height for using on laptop computers to get plenty of air access underneath !! too bad most laptop manufacturors dont put good enough "feet" on their own products... Read morePublished 1 month ago by amazon customer
Used these on the bottom of a pair of bookshelf speakers so they could sit next to the tv. They seem to be working perfectly so far, the stickum is still sticking, and no marks on... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hoot