Rated 4 out of 5Â by ShadowsEntity Does the job
Good and very cheap, my only problem with it is you'd struggle to get a short 90 degree in it without it kinking on the inside of the bend. You can use a heat gun on it to straighten it out but after that it becomes brittle. It is however fine if you want to do a large 90 degree bend.
18 Sep 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by tezzie fantastic value
Great product meets all requirements for the job. have used loads of it now, very good value and quality
29 Aug 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by EveryDayDIYer Nonconvensional use
Bought this tube for a totally non-electrical use. Used it to bridge the gap between the wall and door step to prevent keys and other items from falling into the gap. Could have used Cement of wood or a metal strip but cement and wood would become a damp transfer media and metal would rust so plastic was the best choice.
Prfect for the job and the white strip (as viewed fom above) looks great. The walls are thick and rigid and should last a long time.
For stars for reliability as only time will tell how long it lasts out iexposed to the elements.
11 Aug 2015
Rated 5 out of 5Â by moggiex Decent thickness & rigid
Has a decent thickness making it very rigid in use and isn't at all "flimsy", even at it's full 2m length.
Tip: Using a normal wood hand saw is a no-no with this conduit, the blade will jump around too much, you'll need a hacksaw instead to whip through it.
28 Jul 2015