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Cable Concealer, 10ft , (large $20.39, medium $19.54), historically lowest

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[Amazon.ca] Cable Concealer, 10ft , (large $20.39, medium $19.54), historically lowest

Cable concealer in medium and large sizes

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Nov 24, 2002
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Which site are those graphs from?
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Does anyone know if this will easily break if it gets stepped on?
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SizzleChest wrote: Does anyone know if this will easily break if it gets stepped on?
Probably not. Manufacturer built if for an on-the-wall installation so it’s likely only cosmetic plastic she’ll than a structural grade of plastic.
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May 22, 2021
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JMik wrote: Which site are those graphs from?
Looks like keepa extension, keepa.com
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JMik wrote: Which site are those graphs from?
It's probably from the three sisters site whose first name all starts with a "C", so that'll be "CCC"
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sudesingh wrote: It's probably from the three sisters site whose first name all starts with a "C", so that'll be "CCC"
JMik wrote: Which site are those graphs from?
It's not ccc, it's keepa for sure.
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JMik wrote: Which site are those graphs from?
It's from Keepa. Also available as a browser extension so it shows up in Amazon product page.
Another feature is alerts for price drops to your desired price
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If you are able to make a hole in your wall (no restrictions like renting) please do so and don't purchase this.

I do a lot of home automation and electrical wiring and cringe when I see this done in million dollar homes when 2 holes with wallplates (one behind the tv the other 2-3 feet below) would have been an easier and less expensive solution.
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Akitakara wrote: It's from Keepa. Also available as a browser extension so it shows up in Amazon product page.
Another feature is alerts for price drops to your desired price
hvc wrote: It's not ccc, it's keepa for sure.
Thanks guys!
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STIGUY wrote: If you are able to make a hole in your wall (no restrictions like renting) please do so and don't purchase this.

I do a lot of home automation and electrical wiring and cringe when I see this done in million dollar homes when 2 holes with wallplates (one behind the tv the other 2-3 feet below) would have been an easier and less expensive solution.
But what if you have to get power to a tv across 10 feet of finished wall through studs… these have a certain use not just going straight up a wall where a fish tape would work
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STIGUY wrote: If you are able to make a hole in your wall (no restrictions like renting) please do so and don't purchase this.

I do a lot of home automation and electrical wiring and cringe when I see this done in million dollar homes when 2 holes with wallplates (one behind the tv the other 2-3 feet below) would have been an easier and less expensive solution.
+1 however does suck when you hit a fireblock in the wall. Start the hole as low as your TV allows, realistically no one gets a smaller TV anyway.
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Mar 21, 2013
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I'll be honest, I'd rather have a picture of the product and an explanation of the price history, or maybe pictures of both, than a random keepa snap.
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Jan 14, 2017
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yyz64 wrote: If this is a traffic area with people walking across it you should get something like this
https://www.cabletiesandmore.ca/pvc-flo ... wQQAvD_BwE
Damn this is exactly what I need!

I literally tripped over the TV cord, luckily no damage but more importantly almost missed the Alvarez Saunders fight (largest indoor boxing event in U.S. history lol)

Thanks and thanks OP
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STIGUY wrote: If you are able to make a hole in your wall (no restrictions like renting) please do so and don't purchase this.

I do a lot of home automation and electrical wiring and cringe when I see this done in million dollar homes when 2 holes with wallplates (one behind the tv the other 2-3 feet below) would have been an easier and less expensive solution.
But, but...How can I possibly cut a hole in the impenetrable material commonly known as drywall?
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On an old episode of This Old House they showed wainscotting held to the wall with velcro. If you wanted to run a wire you could just pop off the wainscotting.
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careh wrote: On an old episode of This Old House they showed wainscotting held to the wall with velcro. If you wanted to run a wire you could just pop off the wainscotting.
I seriously contemplated something like this when I was doing my whole home reno. I wanted to put the baseboards on hinges or similar to easily remove and have accessible cable channels built into it. Not sure why I didn't end up doing it, kind of regret it as there are now in-wall cables I'd like to replace.
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May 3, 2021
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If you can, a cleaner setup is white cables and 3M Command light clips.

I used to have these, but they looked bulky and noticeable. There was also a bit of paint peeling off the wall after I removed it.
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Thought about this for like 12 seconds when I saw this thread. The money aside - I'd have to buy multiple packs to hide the runs of 8 AWG going to 11 channels, 4 X 12 AWG for tactile transducers , 4 x rca for LFE not to mention the rat's nest behind my stack from all the power cords....

I'm so glad I have a dedicated room painted all black where nobody has a say about the wires running along the baseboard or down the walls. It looks ugly AF with the lights up, but looks, sounds and FEELS AWESOME when the lights go down.

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