Remember When Your Internet Was Set Up?
They Gave You "Free" Cables... How Nice, Right?
Sorry To Say... But They're Junk!
Those Cables Are The CHEAPEST Ones They Could Get!
You're Losing Quality & Speed Over POCKET CHANGE!
Get A Brand New 3' Category 7 Cable For Only $8.97!!!
These Can Get Maximum Speeds Over 100x Faster!
Even Enhanced Interference Shielding! WOW!
5 Minutes + 5 Dollars = 10x Better Internet!
Talk About An Antique!
The cables hooked up to your modem were invented before high-speed internet.
Let that sink in for a moment!
Cat5, the most commonly used generic ethernet cable out there, was created in the early 90s; it pre-dated consumer broadband Internet!
Computers have changed a lot in just five years and you're using cables from two decades ago?!?
Using those cables with broadband is like putting leaded gas in a new car - it might technically work, but you're sure not going to enjoy the results!
The ONLY reason you have those is because when your Internet got setup by whoever they had to do it, they cut corners with the cheapest components they could find.
We're talking MAJOR performance loss over a handful of dollars per person!
Don't let their big pockets cause YOU to suffer! You can fix this problem for under $9!!
Cables have come a LONG way since 1992. And now we've got ethernet cables that give you better speeds, higher quality data transfering, and last 50% longer!
You NEED These Brand New Category 7 Ethernet Cables!
That's right - newer cables open for MORE SPEED! It's dependant on your connection, of course, but letting old, worn-out cables slow you down is downright nuts!
Heck, Cat7 cables are even more reliable! They use a PVC shielding that helps protect the quality of the data being passed through.
If you watch video or audio through your cable connection, you're going to be in for a treat when you replace your outdated (probably damaged!) cables!
For less than the cost of a burger and fries, you can give your web-surfing a jump-start that'll have it running smoother than ever!
Got Web Problems? If you've tried troubleshooting your connection before, it might not have even crossed your MIND that the cables were the problem! Spotty Internet could be the result of damaged cables you can replace in moments!
The EASIEST Solution Out There!
One thing that most people hate is how much technical knowledge you need to try and fix a networking problem... NOT WITH THIS! Replacing your old ethernet cables is probably the easiest thing in the world!
All you gotta do is unplug the two ends of your current cables (so you know where they go), pop 'em out, and replace them with this brand new one! Works on ALL modems & routers.
(My 70 year old Grandmother did it in all of 3 minutes!)
WIth how long they've been sitting around, chances are your cables are either outdated, damaged, or both! Cat 5 cables were only designed to last 10 years at BEST!
You'll NEVER find a cheaper & easier solution than this right here!
Just look at the image below, we found a Cat 6 cable (a step BACKWARDS from Cat 7) that cost 4 times as much!
Ours is a Cat 7 Cable... AND IT'S ONLY... $8.97!! THAT'S IT!
You'd pay 5 times that just to get your ISP to send out a tech to tell you "Oh sorry, I don't know what's wrong. I have to go now, I'll send you the $120 invoice tomorrow morning!"
And if your cart is over $5, you get FREE US SHIPPING too!
Complete your home network or high speed Internet setup with this 3' Category 7 (Cat7) Ethernet Patch Cable (Red) ! It's ideal for network adapters, hubs, switches, DSL/cable modem, routers and other network applications. With its blazing 10Gbps ethernet and 600MHz speeds all your networking needs become fluid and lightning quick!
- Red color
- 3-foot length
- Category 7
- 4 pairs patch cable
- Screened Foiled Twisted Pair (SFTP-PIMF)
- RJ-45 gold plated connector on both ends
- Rated for up to 10Gbps networks
- 600MHz transmission rate
- 27 AWG Conductor Gauge
- Stranded 568B
- ISO/IEC Compliant
- ETL Verified to EIA/TIA
- Lead-free components (RoHS compliant)
- Basic Networking Knowledge
- Ethernet Hub and Computer with RJ-45 Ethernet port