Ethernet Cable 100 ft Flat White, Slim Long Internet Network Lan patch cords

(5 customer reviews)

Cat 6 Ethernet Cable 100 ft Flat White, Slim Long Internet Network Lan patch cords, Solid Cat6 High-Speed Computer wire with clips & Rj45 Connectors for Router, modem, faster than Cat5e/Cat5, 100 feet

$23.99 $26.00

  1. Bundled with the 25 cable clips, no need to buy elsewhere
  2. Cat 6 standard provides performance of up to 250 MHz and is suitable for 10Base-T, 100Base-TX (fast Ethernet), 1000Base-T/1000Base-TX (Gigabit Ethernet) and 10GBase-T (10-Gigabit Ethernet)
  3. Cat 6 performance at a Cat5e price but with higher bandwidth
  4. UTP(Unshielded Twisted Pair) patch cable with RJ45 gold-plated Connectors and are made of 100% bare copper wire, ensure minimal noise and interference
  5. The unique flat cable shape allows for a cleaner and safer installation. You can easily and seamlessly make the cable run along walls, follow edges&corners or even make it completely invisible by sliding it under a carpet.


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5 reviews for Ethernet Cable 100 ft Flat White, Slim Long Internet Network Lan patch cords

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  1. Maron Armen

    Very Good

    Maron Armen

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  2. Philip D****

    Not sure if I would go for flat cable in the future though as it does not do corners well when there are many different changes in angle. I am running these up a set of stairs that turn round twice in a U shape and twists mean it doesn’t sit flush against the wall

    Philip D****

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  3. Ali Alison

    I installed it on the day I received it. The flat cable makes it more flexible and does not take up space. The material is also very good. Continue to buy next time.

    Ali Alison

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  4. Jose contractor

    Dealing with the network as a day job, I have to confess that I didn’t put in too much thought on planning my own home network. Instead, I relied solely on Wi-Fi as the physical transport and let the network grew “organically” to the point that the average throughput on devices, even with the 802.11n adapter, was down to ~20+ Mbps level. Finally, I decided to get a couple of 8-port GigE unmanaged switches, placed those at different places around the house to aggregate physical connections of all the machines (Mac Pros, Linux servers and a bunch of Raspberry Pi-2), then tied back to the Fios Gateway device. The 100-ft Ethernet cables were mainly used to interconnect switches and Gateway. The result is as expected: both upload and download throughput is now at around ~85+ Mbps. Should do this a long time ago!

    Reasons I chose this product are:
    (1) Rated as Cat-6 so can support 1-Gbps in the future if the service provider offers the Internet connection at that bandwidth level. Note: In theory, it could handle 10Gbps within ~160 ft distance — could think of few use cases (Hadoop cluster, VR, AR, etc.) but don’t have money to burn to get 10GigE adapters (someone should give it a try!).
    (2) I can run the flat cable along walls, moldings, or around a doorway and it blends into the background reasonably well.
    (3) It comes with 25 cable clips – was enough in my case.

    It’s been 3-month and network performance, as well as upload/download throughput, have been very stable and consistent with these cables. Will order more if I need it.

    Jose contractor

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  5. Keit

    In total, I would say I’ve lined more than 600 feet of Jadaol’s ethernet cable and they’ve been working great!
    I’ve been using four 50 feet cables to connect from my QNAP NAS to a switch for the past half a year now and they’re still going strong. I also use another 50 feet cable to connect a secondary computer to my switch which has also been working fine.
    Recently, I bought 3×100 feet cables and 2×75 feet cable to move my router location to the center of the house and the cables work pretty well with no signs of any additional latency.

    Let me tell you, it’s a real pain in the** to line four 50 feet cable. It’s even more of a pain to line 3×100 feet+2×75 feet of cable but I think I’ve developed a pretty good technique of doing this.

    1. Use cable ties to neatly combine all the cables that you’re using
    2. The cables should be much easier to work with, so you now use heavy duty cable clips to install them around the house. (the ones I used were made for lining coaxial cables).

    Note that #1 may take a while and you might end up with a jumbled mess of cables but just slowly work through it…


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