D-Line Wall Mounted Trunking White 50 x 25mm x 1.5m Pack of 2
D Line is the perfect thing for running AV cables from your telly to your media setup. with a nice finish
The adhesive backing sticks very well to painted walls and it's very easy to open the cover once installed to add more cables
If you want to paint I would suggest if painting before closing up but don't paint the lip that clips in.
Shame it is not sold in single lengths
6 Dec 2014
Stick and hide
Got this to hide cable from wall mounted fire, and some media cables. Very easy to cut to required length with a hacksaw. Peel off the tape from the adhesive backing, press to the surface of the wall. Stuck fast in no time at all. Hinged clip easily allows cables to be run inside the trunking. My wife was very pleased with it, and that constitutes a job well done.
12 Jun 2014
Does what it says on the web
I purchased the D-Line wall mounted trunking to channel the TV and Aerial cables in the bedroom. It was quick and easy to apply to the wall and to cut to size etc. with a hacksaw. I will now tackle the cables in the lounge. As I was shopping in a local DIY store I saw the same product costing Â£2-00 more and only having one length of trunking. Thank-you Screwfix.
23 May 2014
Delighted with D-Line
I used the D - Line system to channel the unsightly cables that protruded from my customers plasma television that I wall mounted.
The trunking was easy to work with and cuts well with a hack saw. The cutting block allowed for a straight cut and the right angled bends were easy to install. The painted wall that I was sticking it to was quite forgiving; however, I would use a pencil to mark a guide line in future, particularly if I were working on wallpaper.
I was originally concerned that the sick on system would allow for a flimsy bond but this was not the case.
I installed the D - line system in minutes and the result was outstanding. My customer was delighted and I look forward to working with D - line again. I would have no problem in recommending this product.
6 May 2012