Seriously, you can't expect any better cabling for ten a mere bucks. Critics complain that it is made with copper-coated aluminum wire. Big deal. There's a lot othick conductor cabling and most sources agree that copper is only slightly better as a conductor than aluminum. Aluminum is also cheaper, lighter and more malleable...in other words the cable is light and flexible with a thick coating. The clamps are the most solid I've used and also have reinforcements to hold the wire tight and prevent fraying or loosening. I find these much cheaper and heavier duty than stock extension wires for trolling motors (ie: almost $10 for 2ft versus 12 ft...I returned the short ones).