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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
and was pleasantly surprised by how easy it is to work with
Never worked with non-metallic conduit before,and was pleasantly surprised by how easy it is to work with,and how flexible it is.
This is GREAT stuff to use on outside walls for satellite or tv cable covers because it prevents them from being damaged by sun and rain,and because you can use a non-metallic receptacle box to route the cable through the hole you drilled in the wall and the box will keep insects,cold air,and rain from getting into your walls once you put a solid cover plate over the box. These boxes have "ledges" that keep them from sitting flat on the wall,so you will have to caulk around the edges.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful.
Sturdy conduit, but stiff and barely flexible
For flexible conduit, it's all right and certainly very sturdy and (when installed) obviously weather tight. My only criticism and reason I deducted a star is this conduit is extremely stiff and in short lengths hard to work with. In general, I'd suggest unrolling the spool as much as possible and maybe leave it out on a sidewalk or pavement to warm up a bit before trying to use it.
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This stuff is great, as long as you understand that it needs ...
By Z. Kummer
This stuff is great, as long as you understand that it needs a lot more room to do a 90 degree turn than the metal conduit. The main reason I like it is that it is almost completely smooth inside. Ever try to feed a few wires down metal flex conduit?