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  • posted bymatienza on 10/25/2015

    I used it to hold down wires in my laptop after removing the original when I cleaned the inside. The adhesive is very light but will hold down. Don't touch it though as it greatly compromises its tackiness. Excessive heat also weakens the adhesive even though it's a thermal tape. I tried holding... Read more

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  • posted bykbutcher5 on 10/01/2015

    Whether or not this actually stops you from getting shocked, time will tell. But as for easy of use, the tape is excellent, it is very thin, see through and rather strong as to not tear easily. It also sticks very well, so no flimsy edges that easily unwinds the tape, even after my greasy fingers... Read more

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  • posted by9472227 on 07/10/2015

    Excellent product exactly as described, fast shipping, will do business again, like the free shipping

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  • posted byeduxbox on 01/19/2015

    Es una buena cinta y aguanta perfectamente los 750 grados. El aro interno en el que va enrollado es plastico duro por lo que la cinta no se deformara de su base. No tiene contras. Alta calidad a un precio de risa.

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  • posted byazska on 08/31/2013

    Inexpensive, heat resistant and good quality. Used it to help reflow a circuit board and it worked perfectly. It also comes in handy to replace tape holding down wires when fixing tablets or laptops. There's quite a bit of it, so I'm still on my first roll. The transparency is nice. It has not me... Read more

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  • posted byplo007 on 06/29/2012

    We're using it in SMD reflow oven for HDMI connectors it's perfect for 250C (Leaded soldering process) Still didn't found such, before we were using thermotape spetified to be for SMD reflow process, and now were using this and - there is no difference at all Still we need to try using it for if... Read more

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  • posted byrichardgr on 02/02/2010

    The tape is just like the original. It's heat resistant and usually used to keep electronic parts in place and insulated. For example it's used in laptops to keep some wires in place or to tape a wireless card so it does not move or cause a short circuit. The original tape is more expensive (even... Read more

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