Feeding cables through cavities the easiest way possible.
Whether you're trying to get a cable through a conduit, ceiling cavity or awkward hole, help is at hand with this 10 metre cable puller. Made from stiff nylon with metal tips, it can guide cables through a wide variety of cavities, around some corners and even against gravity. The spring-loaded stubby tip helps prevent snags on the way in, and the eyelet end gives you a secure anchor point for attaching the cable you need to feed.
Also known as Fish Tape or Cable Snake, this low-cost non-fibreglass option is perfect for the odd job around the home, and makes a fine addition to any DIY toolkit. Suitable to use with all types of cable including HDMI, CAT6 and even electrical cords - anything that needs to run through a small space can be helped along with a cable puller!
Our cable puller is only 6mm in diameter for the metal tips, and is stiff enough to feed through just about any size of ducting, trunking, cable tidies, wall and ceiling cavities and other troublesome enclosure that cables alone can't fit through. Simply feed the cable puller through first, then use it to pull the cable through after it. Easy as!
Secure Cord Features:
- 1 Year Warranty
- 10m Cable Puller (Orange)
- 100% Nylon shaft
- Suitable for AV installers and home install projects
- Springy end and eyelet ends (permanently crimped on)
- Feeds cables through tight spaces and long conduits
- Helps make cable installations faster and easier
- Colour: Orange
Note: While the nylon construction is non-conducting, please ensure you are working in a safe environment without live current.
Why shop with Cable Chick
- Australia's leading retailer of AV cables and tech accessories
- Flat-rate shipping nation wide
- Secure online shopping 24/7
- 14 years experience with 1000's of health, government & education clients
- ALL products locally stocked for same-day dispatch
- Industry leading warranties up to 5-years on products
- A customer base of over 250k+ Australians who trust Cable Chick
- Proudly to be 100% Australian, employing all local staff
(27th Sept, 2010)
Product Review by Russell,
I recently purchased a 1.5m HDMI to Mini-HDMI Cable (HDMI Type-A to HDMI Type-C). The product was exactly as described on the website and works perfectly as my connection from my HD video camera to my HD screen. The response to my order was immediate, acknowledging my payment and delivery details. The cable arrived the following day, properly packaged. It was the quickest and smoothest purchase I have had on the internet. I appreciated the follow up to see if I was happy with my purchase. The website is easy to navigate and the product details are clear. I would recommend Cable Chick to any purchaser.
(31st March, 2010)
Product Review by Peter,
I recently required a HDMI cable and was quoted $200 from a Harvey Norman store.
I found Cable Chick online and started my own research. I rang the office to confirm some technical points and was very impressed with the honest advice. I purchased the same quality product as well as an Optic Fibre cable and had them delivered the following day for a total of $77. I live 2000 kms from their office so this was great. I was extremely impressed and have already started looking into other cables etc that I need.
I wont buy from anywhere else now.
(5th March, 2010)
Product Review by Rob,
I recently purchased 2 x 10 metres lengths of high quality HDMI cabling (for internal wall routing in two terraces I am currently constructing in Sydney) from Cable Chick.
Ordering on-line was made very simple, and their website made navigation - right from product enquiry through to finalising the purchase - a hassle free process. My order was delivered within the timeframe that was committed to, and in excellent condition. Thanks Cable Chick
for at least making one element of the building process really easy !
Posted: 2nd Dec, 2008
What type of conductor material is used for this cable?
"The conductor material in these cables , like all HDMI cables, is copper. These particular cables feature 99.96% Oxygen Free Copper (OFC)."
Posted: 7th Dec, 2009
Is this cable compatible with Canon HFS11 full HD Camera? Canon's original spec is "Mini HDMI (HTC100 Mini terminal Type C)"?
"There are two types of HDMI connectors (Type A and Type C).
Type C is commonly found on video and digital cameras.
This cable should be fine with your camera."
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