CableCreation CAT6 Ethernet Patch Cable RJ45 LAN Cable Gigabit Network Cord 90 Degree Right Angled,Bandwidth up to 250MHz 1Gbps for PC, Router,…

(13 customer reviews)

$7.99

Last updated on 18:33 Details
  • 🚀【 90 Degree Right Angle 】Can be better used in narrow spaces, tight fit your laptop or connect to network wall plate behind furniture, prevent the cable from bending, and increase the lifespan.
  • 🚀【 High Performance 】Gold plated connector, flexible PVC jacket, 26 AWG wire gauge, pure copper conductor, to ensure the stability of transmission. Backward compatible with Cat5e, Cat5 cable network, comply with UL specifications for Cat6 cables.
  • 🚀【 Upload & Download Speed 】Support bandwidth up to 250MHz & Transmitting data at speeds of up to 1Gbps , connect to LAN/WAN segments and networking gear at maximum speeds.
  • 🚀【 Universal Compatibility 】Ideal for LAN network devices such as PCs, computer servers, printers, routers, switch boxes, network media players, NAS, VoIP phones, PoE devices, and more.
  • 🚀【 What You Get 】Right angle Cat6 ethernet lan cable 1 pack, CableCreation 24-month product replacement warranty and lifetime friendly technical support.
Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Product Dimensions

1 x 1 x 1 inches, 2.47 Ounces

Item model number

CL0092

Date First Available

May 11, 2016

Manufacturer

CableCreation

13 reviews for CableCreation CAT6 Ethernet Patch Cable RJ45 LAN Cable Gigabit Network Cord 90 Degree Right Angled,Bandwidth up to 250MHz 1Gbps for PC, Router,…

  1. Matthew Duffy

    I love anything that helps to feed and grow and nuture my OCD ways and this bad boy is definitely in that small circle.

    Do I now have a random 1.5 – 2.0 inch space between the sofa and the wall that I have to constantly monitor to see if the kids are in their ever-lasting let’s destroy everything in this room for no reason mode so that the sofa isn’t pressed up against the wall and smashing the cable or damaging the port beyond repair anymore? Technically the answer is no, but as you read in Paragraph One, those three little letters still have me looking behind the furniture on the daily and getting so anxious for the 3 seconds it takes for me to push back the sofa that is so satisfyingly completely butted up against the wall, but the relief I feel when all is right with the world is more than worth it.

    Oooh, buzzer is buzzing. Gotta take my last peak for the day.

  2. K5cents

    Works great for the Raspberry Pi where the Ethernet port and HDMI & power are on opposite sides. With a cable like this, all the wires run the same direction. The cable itself is a little cheap, particularly the clasp to remove the cable.

  3. rhandi kuchenmeister

    I was looking for a 90 degree connection coming out of a wallplate to hide behind furniture but this sticks out farther than the straight cable that I had

  4. erasmusgo

    Bought this to use on the incredibly badly designed BT Smart Hub 6! As BT refuses to test any of their products in the real world, it leaves us mere mortals to try to work with a flawed product. In the case of these cables the socket being so close to the bottom of a free standing unit made the issue of falling over worse as they are not flexible enough – not the fault of the cable which is a well made, well presented product, just be sure that there are no flex requirements at the point where the cable joins the socket.

  5. Repair Dad

    This solved the issue of pushing the TV cabinet up against the wall. The old wire got messed up( no right angle at the end). The new one does. No more wonder why there is no LAN wire connection. Well made wire and end connections. Also a CAT6 for the gigabyte LAN….

  6. MC

    This was the answer to hooking up our tv to the net where the print fell behind our wall mount bracket. Happy!

  7. Nathan C.

    i can’t use it for modem or WiFi router because of the power plugs. If the right angle was longer then this would be amazing! Extending the angle 1 or 2 inches would fix everything.

  8. 80s gamer

    The configuration of the 90 degree end is good because the release tab it on the outside of the angle whereas many designs have it in the inside. This design enables the cord to fit flatter to the wall though you may have to invert the wall receptacle which is very simple.

  9. Clive C Jefferies

    My fault as the picture is accurate (if you look carefully) but the cable comes out of the RJ45 and goes left NOT straight down as I had first assumed. Having said that it works well and has gone behind my TV without interfering with the slim wall mount which is why I bought it.

  10. Benny

    Good leads and they work well. However, it can be difficult to press down the plastic cover on the lever for the right angled connector. It’s easier to use a screwdriver or a key to press it down. I broke a terminal by trying to pull it out of the wall on first use so just be mindful that the plastic needs a very firm push to release the connector. Apart from this, it’s good.

  11. Jonathan

    Good cable, plugged it in and it just works. A good angled connector which suited the position of the ethernet port on the side of my laptop so that the cable runs off to the rear of the laptop instead of running off to the side and obstructing the mouse.

  12. rickinohio

    That 90 degree connector really came in handy in a tight spot. I’d buy this again.

  13. Jeremy Harenza

    Perfect for the clean look. No more bend in the wire and allows the furniture right against the wall.

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