Blue 250ft Cat6 Full Copper Indoor Ethernet Cable
Blue 250ft Cat6 Full Copper Indoor Ethernet Cable
Blue 250ft Cat6 Full Copper Indoor Ethernet Cable
Blue 250ft Cat6 Full Copper Indoor Ethernet Cable

Blue 250ft Cat6 Full Copper Indoor Ethernet Cable

CABLE-V016

$69.99 Regular price
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Customer Reviews

Based on 103 reviews
64%
(66)
15%
(15)
5%
(5)
4%
(4)
13%
(13)
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Anonymous
Just as listed

Received the package earlier than listed, and it was in perfect shape. Cable was undamaged and worked great for the wiring I did

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Anonymous
Good Cable

It was easy to work with and felt really durable.

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Anonymous
This wire is stiff.. but it works

Bought this to do a run from my internet drop at the house to the home office.after some twists and turns and being shoved down some walls.. I got the jacks installed on both ends. The run is probably close to 75 ft.. I didn't measure it. Did a patch cable from the internet router to the first wall port for another 15 ft. From wall in my office to switch is another 5 ft, ish. I'm at ~90 ft from end to end.. I see 1gb connections all the way through. I just used some cheap modular cat 6 rj45's I got at microcenter for the patch cables and cheap cat 6 rated wall ports with a 110 punchdown connection I got at home depot for the home run back to the internet.The cable is stiff.. more so than is normal. Really sucks when you're terminating a lot of it... Some of it is due to the stiff jacketing. My strain relief boots BARELY fit over it.. and it's either the cable is on the large side of things, or the boots are on the small side of things. The cable being stiff made it a little more difficult running through the walls. If it was through cable tray it'd not have been an issue. The cable likes to stay coiled.. it's taken a set and that is annoying.All that said.. I cannot address the other folks comments about it being cat 6 or not. It's built just like pretty much every other cable I've had that was cat 6... I don't own the equipment to see if it's passing the correct frequencies in the test or if it'll support 10gb at 100ft... but so far every single connection I've done with it has been 1 GB.

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Anonymous
Great value and great quality

I see some reviews on here from people claiming that they can't get their cable to certify to CAT 6. I have had no problems certifying any run I have made with this cable to CAT 6. I will say that you need to make sure you care keeping your runs under 324ft, and that you are keeping these runs away from noisy electrical sources (like fluorescent light ballasts). Maybe others are getting a bad batch or something, but I had no problem with mine.

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Anonymous
Very good cable. A little pricy.

The cable is easy to work with and so far it is working real good on our network

About Product
Cat6 UTP (unshielded twisted pair) PURE COPPER 23 AWG bulk ethernet cable in easy to use pull box is ideal for your network installation. Case contains 250 ft of wire with blue jacket. This cable is suitable for 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX (Fast Ethernet), 1000BASE-T / 1000BASE-TX (Gigabit Ethernet) and 10GBASE-T (10-Gigabit Ethernet). It comes in its own spool box and is connector free, giving the user the freedom to customize the length, wiring, and application.
Specifications
  • For indoor use
  • Patch cables
  • Crossover cables
  • Other network installations
  • 4-pair unshielded twisted pair
  • 250 FT Cat6
  • 23 AWG Solid Pure Copper
Prop 65 Warning

This product can expose you to chemicals including Vinyl chloride which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

Customer Reviews

Based on 103 reviews
64%
(66)
15%
(15)
5%
(5)
4%
(4)
13%
(13)
A
Anonymous
Just as listed

Received the package earlier than listed, and it was in perfect shape. Cable was undamaged and worked great for the wiring I did

A
Anonymous
Good Cable

It was easy to work with and felt really durable.

A
Anonymous
This wire is stiff.. but it works

Bought this to do a run from my internet drop at the house to the home office.after some twists and turns and being shoved down some walls.. I got the jacks installed on both ends. The run is probably close to 75 ft.. I didn't measure it. Did a patch cable from the internet router to the first wall port for another 15 ft. From wall in my office to switch is another 5 ft, ish. I'm at ~90 ft from end to end.. I see 1gb connections all the way through. I just used some cheap modular cat 6 rj45's I got at microcenter for the patch cables and cheap cat 6 rated wall ports with a 110 punchdown connection I got at home depot for the home run back to the internet.The cable is stiff.. more so than is normal. Really sucks when you're terminating a lot of it... Some of it is due to the stiff jacketing. My strain relief boots BARELY fit over it.. and it's either the cable is on the large side of things, or the boots are on the small side of things. The cable being stiff made it a little more difficult running through the walls. If it was through cable tray it'd not have been an issue. The cable likes to stay coiled.. it's taken a set and that is annoying.All that said.. I cannot address the other folks comments about it being cat 6 or not. It's built just like pretty much every other cable I've had that was cat 6... I don't own the equipment to see if it's passing the correct frequencies in the test or if it'll support 10gb at 100ft... but so far every single connection I've done with it has been 1 GB.

A
Anonymous
Great value and great quality

I see some reviews on here from people claiming that they can't get their cable to certify to CAT 6. I have had no problems certifying any run I have made with this cable to CAT 6. I will say that you need to make sure you care keeping your runs under 324ft, and that you are keeping these runs away from noisy electrical sources (like fluorescent light ballasts). Maybe others are getting a bad batch or something, but I had no problem with mine.

A
Anonymous
Very good cable. A little pricy.

The cable is easy to work with and so far it is working real good on our network

Customer Reviews

Based on 103 reviews
64%
(66)
15%
(15)
5%
(5)
4%
(4)
13%
(13)
A
Anonymous
Just as listed

Received the package earlier than listed, and it was in perfect shape. Cable was undamaged and worked great for the wiring I did

A
Anonymous
Good Cable

It was easy to work with and felt really durable.

A
Anonymous
This wire is stiff.. but it works

Bought this to do a run from my internet drop at the house to the home office.after some twists and turns and being shoved down some walls.. I got the jacks installed on both ends. The run is probably close to 75 ft.. I didn't measure it. Did a patch cable from the internet router to the first wall port for another 15 ft. From wall in my office to switch is another 5 ft, ish. I'm at ~90 ft from end to end.. I see 1gb connections all the way through. I just used some cheap modular cat 6 rj45's I got at microcenter for the patch cables and cheap cat 6 rated wall ports with a 110 punchdown connection I got at home depot for the home run back to the internet.The cable is stiff.. more so than is normal. Really sucks when you're terminating a lot of it... Some of it is due to the stiff jacketing. My strain relief boots BARELY fit over it.. and it's either the cable is on the large side of things, or the boots are on the small side of things. The cable being stiff made it a little more difficult running through the walls. If it was through cable tray it'd not have been an issue. The cable likes to stay coiled.. it's taken a set and that is annoying.All that said.. I cannot address the other folks comments about it being cat 6 or not. It's built just like pretty much every other cable I've had that was cat 6... I don't own the equipment to see if it's passing the correct frequencies in the test or if it'll support 10gb at 100ft... but so far every single connection I've done with it has been 1 GB.

A
Anonymous
Great value and great quality

I see some reviews on here from people claiming that they can't get their cable to certify to CAT 6. I have had no problems certifying any run I have made with this cable to CAT 6. I will say that you need to make sure you care keeping your runs under 324ft, and that you are keeping these runs away from noisy electrical sources (like fluorescent light ballasts). Maybe others are getting a bad batch or something, but I had no problem with mine.

A
Anonymous
Very good cable. A little pricy.

The cable is easy to work with and so far it is working real good on our network