|by Danny Namloot||Date Added: Sunday 04 March, 2012|
For the DIYer this is a great buy. Quality wire for a reasonable price. Great for auto and boat projects. Get a repair manual and spool of wire and save big bucks.
|by Moab||Date Added: Saturday 16 October, 2010|
As described and seems to be doing the job (all of a couple of weeks so far).A 4 for now until I see how well it holds up.
|by Christopher Bruno||Date Added: Tuesday 31 August, 2010|
If you have worked on marine electrics, you have cut and stripped a wire to find that it had water intrusion which corroded the copper strands. It is impossible to solder and you would be irresponsible to attach a crimp connector to corroded wire, due to voltage drop and resistance heating.Every strand of Ancor wire is tin plated to reduce corrosion. It solders beautifully, bends easily, and has a rugged sheath. It is expensive, but cheaper than ripping out yards of corroded plain copper wire every couple of years.
|by M. Winter "Calif. General Contractor"||Date Added: Sunday 17 May, 2009|
Name brand (Anchor) wire is notoriously expensive in boat/marine stores. This was the best price I could find for this gauge wire.
|by Dean Bielanowski "OnlineToolReviews.com"||Date Added: Tuesday 28 April, 2009|
Purchased to wire up my boat with 12v lights and fittings. The tinned wire is found right throughout and well coated and good consistent electrical insulated cover. Works fine on my boat and happy with quality all round.
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