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StarTech.com Self-adhesive Nylon Cable Tie Mounts - Pkg of 100 - Cable organizer - HC102
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Self-adhesive mount provides a stable anchor for nylon cable ties.
Quick installation - no screws required.
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What's in the Box:
100 - Self Adhesive Cable Tie Mounts.
- Easy to use and quick to install - peel and stick, no screws required
- Eliminate cable tangles and clutter - anchor your nylon cable ties and remove the cables from the floor
- Backed by StarTech lifetime warranty
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These self-adhesive mounting anchors provide a stable anchor for nylon cable ties, and require no screws for installation.
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We stuck up six mounts inside of our kiosk and a couple of hours later we tied up a few cables to them. The only mount that didn't fall off within a day was one that we ended up not tying any cables to at all. The kiosk was at room temperature the entire time, and the mounts weren't supporting much of the cables' weight at all. One of the mounts only had one thin/flat computer power cord tied to it. The really bad thing is that is wasn't even the adhesive that failed. When the mounts came off, each one left its square of adhesive still stuck to the metal. The adhesive on each mount had separated from the little thin later of white foam rubber, which was still attached to each of the plastic mounts lying in the bottom of the kiosk.
I found a tiny logo on one of the left-over GOOD mounts we had, which turned out to be made by Panduit who I'm familiar with. Even though the Panduit cable tie mounts are 6-7 times the cost of these Startech mounts, I'm ordering some of those now since I need the mounts to actually stay in place for a few years - not just a few hours. If all you're doing is sticking up a mouse cord to the underside of a desk or something, then these HC102's might work, but I wouldn't count on it.
No but seriously I really was hoping this would work as a viable way to guide cables along a wall without making holes or going inside the wall. Sadly this isn't the case.
I am giving this product 3 out of 5 stars because it is good at holding up a single, light weight cable. Nothing more. If you plan to guide all your cables in a perfected guided course on your wall then you are mistaken, good sir. After a few days they just come right off. One sticky square however was very stubborn and took the paint from my wall with it when I yanked it away. The rest didn't really like the wall that much and decided to leave on their own.
In the aircraft industry, we use a similar product, except it has a much more serious epoxy, and each one comes with a fixture to mount it to a surface and keep pressure until the epoxy dries. They are bonded with an epoxy rated at 4,700 psi shear strength, and I can hang from one. Those, however, are $1 - $3 each.
These startech mounts don't compare to the aircraft-certified mounts, but they're a fraction of the price. In the non-aircraft world, these are pretty good. They are fairly strong in shear, but the bond is pretty weak if you are pulling in the direction normal to the surface on which they mount, so you want to make sure you mount them where the only load on them is a side-load. A small sustained load pulling away from the surface, maybe 5 - 10 pounds, will separate the mount after a few hours.
As for the mount itself, a small zip ties slips right into the mounts holder and I was able to pull the tie tightly without breaking even one mount. A quality piece of plastic.
All in all, decent, but not for my intended purpose. Your mileage may vary.
Notes to people having peel problems. Make sure the surface in clean and if it's really smooth and they are peeling you can rough up the surface a little with sandpaper so they have something to grip on. (Don't sand unless you're 200% positive you don't care about the surface.)