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Sugru (Super Pack Mixed Colours)

by Sugru

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  • Sugru super mixed pack contains 12 x 5 g packs (3 Black, 3 White, 2 Orange, 2 Blue, 2 Green)
  • Self adhesive sugru bonds to: aluminium, steel, ceramics, glass, wood and some fabrics + plastics
  • Form by hand - no tools needed
  • Cures at room temperature to a tough silicone overnight
  • Waterproof and dishwasher proof when cured.

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  • ASIN: B004R2668M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 8 Mar 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 392,255 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Hack things better. That's our motto. It's why Sugru exists. It's not about 'making-do', it's about taking control of our stuff; modifying and improving the products we own so that they work better for us. It's economical and sustainable, but most of all it just makes sense. Size of outer pack 12 x 19 cm.

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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By AndHab on 14 Jun 2011
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The uses of sugru are really only limited by your imagination, and so far I have used it for many different repairs and modifications some of which I will describe below.

I have used it to repair the hook of my car's sunvisor after it broke, intended as a quick fix until I could get a replacement clip but so far it is working so well that it will probably stay that was as I don't believe that it will not go through its MOT with it. [EDIT: Car passed its MOT with sugru-mod with no comment.]

I have used it to relieve the strain on my laptop power cable, the insulation at the connector had started to come off and if left unchecked this will result in a broken cable and a new power supply in a couple of months, however with this modification I'm certain I will get many more years out of it, it will serve me at least until I replace the laptop.

I've also made covers for various keys and usb thumb-drives in order to tell them apart, and a minor modification to my tripod which has made using it much more convenient.

Sugru will bond to plastics and metal, and can therefore be used in a variety of applications and I believe the manufacturer even states that it will cure underwater this is however something I am unlikely to try. I have also found that it will stain plastics, so keep this in mind if your modification is going to be temporary.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Marc Wilson on 25 Jun 2011
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A useful addition to the toolbox. We also take it camping with us. I've used it to repair or improve a number of items.

If I have one criticism, it's that it can be wasteful. Once you open a sachet, it's got a limited life before it becomes a lump. I'd prefer to buy a pack with a larger number of smaller sachets, to reduce waste. Having used one, you find yourself looking for ways to use the remainder before it goes off. To make the best of it, it's best to line up a few little jobs at one time. Of course, you then have to compromise on colour...

So far, it seems to have lived up to its claims- robust, water and heat resistant, flexible etc.

I wish I'd had this as a kid- I could have saved a few broken items.

I have a selection of items for fixing/bodging:
- Plastic Padding[tm] or Chemical Metal[tm]
- Plastic wood
- Gaffer tape
- Plastic spray
- Cable ties
- Superglue
- Araldite[tm]
- Silicone sealant
- Low-temperature thermoplastic
And Sugru has joined this list.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Timo Vlot on 2 May 2011
I got Sugru on a whim a while back. I've used it repeatedly since and keep finding more and more uses! Loads of things can be fixed and, if you take the time, you hardly see the fixes.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Babb TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 16 Jan 2012
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In this throw-away age, I tend to find some items just aren't built to last. Weak connections on leads, flimsy joints on battery covers... the list goes on.

If, like me, you would rather repair than replace, then this product could be for you.

Sugru can best be described as a putty that hardens, in air, with the consistency of silicone rubber. If you've ever used a two-part epoxy putty, it's like that, without the mixing, stickiness, and doesn't cure as hard.

This multipack is in a larger resealable bag, with the 12 smaller sachets inside. The sachets need to be cut open (and if you follow the dotted line, all the way around!) but I just cut off a corner and squeezed what I needed out, resealing with some insulation tape. This seems to keep if from curing for about a week, and reduces wastage.

5g isn't a lot, but often you just don't need that much. Just look at the size of a tube of superglue to see how far 5g goes! One pack would cover a USB memory stick, replace the strain relief on a couple of leads, etc. I used about 1/10 of a sachet to repair a loose battery compartment on a remote control, and then had to look around for more things to use it up on. I'd recommend gathering up a few items, or at least breaking something else, so you've got plenty to repair in one go!

You can't really give this product less than 5 stars, as it does exactly what it states. It is quite expensive and can be wasteful, but as long as what you repair was worth more than the product, you can't complain.

Additional note : There is a way to make this yourself (or very similar). Just go on Instructables and search for Sugru. It's basically corn flour, silicone sealant and colouring, but is a bit sticky to use!
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