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
- Silicone sealant
- Low-temperature thermoplastic
And Sugru has joined this list.