expired SCA PVC Electrical Tape 18mm X 10m All Colours - 3 for $0.99 (Normally $1.59ea) @ Supercheap Auto

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SCA PVC Electrical Tape 18mm X 10m All Colors 3 for 99c Normally $1.59ea
Great for any electrical work or even better using it on a tennis ball for instant swing in the backyard cricket game.

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  • +11 votes

    Might get some for my wife's birthday… ;)

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    Nice, will stock up for next time i do some DIY wiring for the house

  • +8 votes

    instant swing in the backyard cricket game

    Ahh, this takes me back to the old days, bowling at my brother at full pace off about 10 yards with the ball hooping everwhere, then bouncing unevenly off the bricks.

    Good times.

  • +2 votes

    are these deals binding?

    sorry for anyone who finds my puns too tacky. But stick around, I won't be (ad)here too much longer!

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    is this limited to 3, cause I cant seem to get the discount on 6 or 9?

    • +3 votes

      I found the same thing, but then with a bit of experimentation it seems you're limited to one set (of 3) of each colour.
      So if you're not too fussed on the colours in addition to black you can get 3 rolls of red, white, blue and green as well for 99c ea.
      15 rolls of tape for $4.95, that should keep me going a while!

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    Is it wrong, that I use these to tape my football boots around the laces?
    Guess it's time to stock up.

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      Ok, you got me…..why tape around the laces?

      • +1 vote

        Stop them coming undone mid game.
        Always a bit embarrassing when your bending over doing your laces and the ball comes strait to you at that very time for the first time all game.
        And some around your head to stop your ears been torn off.

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    How does this tape compare to the nitto tape from Bunnings?

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      Bunnings : 8.98c/m (5 pack)
      SCA : 3.3c/m (3 pack)

      On direct comparison, it's cheaper…. DEAL!!!

      As to performance, spend a dollar I guess?

    • +1 vote

      Anything is better than Nitto tape….don't waste your money buying that shit

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        Whats wrong with nitto tape?

        • +1 vote

          It simply doesn't hold it's adhesion over time and when exposed to the elements (reticulation wiring), plus its not as soft/flexible as the good quality stuff.

          I purchased one of each of the 'Nitto' branded pvc tapes that Bunnings sell in my quest to find some decent pvc tape (they used to sell decent PVC tape)…..I ended up throwing them all in the bin.

          I now only buy PVC tape from reticulation shops or electrical trade stores as they seem to always stock good quality tape E.g. Ampere PVC electrical tape.

          I can't vouch for the quality of the PVC tape in this particular deal, however I would imagine it's probably pretty similar to 'Nitto'

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          @tight-ass:
          Nitto is far and away better than this stuff.

          Wouldn't bother buying more than you can use in a month or 2 as it turns to a messy mush of double sided tape.

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    @billy_bob
    Stops the laces getting trod on and undoing.

    but you have to also tape your head up!

  • +2 votes

    Perfect for plumbing! As Guido's uncle said, there's nothing shticky tape cannot fix.
    https://youtu.be/bspGIWOWl-k

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    whats the quality like. does it actually stick over the long run or just peel off and goes sticky everywhere.

    I normally buy japanese pvc tape.

  • +1 vote

    This tape is shit quality, stick to nitto or ripper (advice from a sparky)

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      +1 for Nitto. Always have stuck to this brand after too many bad experiences with common cheapo pvc tape.. Sticks and stays stuck without coming off.
      Available at bunnings.

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      Why do you prefer this over heat shrink? Only due to cost?

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        They are used for different purposes, heat shrink is used for things such as insulting crimp joins, reinsulating knicked cables etc.. Tape is used for wrapping soldered earths at switches, taping rough in cables together etc…

  • +1 vote

    White PVC tape is good for labelling things if you write on it with a permanent pen. Depending on the quality they don't leave sticky residue when removed, nor tear like paper based labels.

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    Anyone know when the deal ends?

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    Still at $1.59 today??

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