• StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
  • StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
  • StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
  • StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
  • StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
  • StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1
StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1

StrivedayFlexible Silicone Wire 24awg Electric wire 24 gauge Coper Hook Up Wire 300V Cables electronic stranded wire cable electrics DIY BOX-1

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  • Product Name :Silicone Wire; Wire Type :24AWG;
  • Material : Silicone rubber , Tinning Copper;
  • Voltage Rating: 300 Volts ,Rated temperature: -60 C - + 150 C
  • Wire Length :6M / 19.6Ft each color
  • External Color : Black red blue green yellow

Customer Reviews

JunkI bought this 22 gauge wire for wiring electric guitars. There isn't much room to stuff wires into the cavities of a solid body electric guitar. The insulator is thicker than normal 22 gauge wire, and fills up the control cavity too quickly. And the fact that it's silicone means that it's soft and spongy. I didn't like the feel of the insulator.The red wire looks more orange than red, and both the green and the blue wire are ridiculously pale. "Dyes cost money," and the red, green, and blue insulators look like they didn't use enough dye in them (to save money...???). The black was fine and the yellow was just barely acceptable. It honestly makes the wiring job look "cheap."The brand name is "Striveday," and the motto on the box says: "Strive For A Better Day." I did...I threw it away and bought some real 22 awg.1Perfect for Quads! (20g)Very flexible and perfect size "20g" if you're using on quads/drones like I am. Wire is the same size you get on motors and esc's from the factory. Very satisfied with this purchase.5Nice wire. The box is useless.The wire appears to be high quality. It has small strands and silicon insulation so it is very flexible.It is tinned so is easy to solder and should not rust/tarnish if it sits in on your bench for years.The only negatives I see are:1) The colors are very pale.2) The reels are too small to keep the wire from unspooling. This makes the box useless as the wire tangles around the dowel in the center.I threw the box away and used rubber bands to keep the wire on the spools.The wire itself is great electrically but I give it 4 stars since the color is a little off.I deducted another star since it is shown and comes in a storage/dispenser box that does not work due to a combination of small spools and flexible wire.3This Wire is Excellent - the Box is NotI use this gauge (gage) wire for electronic projects for my model railroad. It has good electrical characteristics, the silicon insulation is suited to the wire and strips easily. Pre-tinning makes soldering a joy. I am very happy with it and when it is used up, I'll purchase more. I gave it 5 stars for the wire itself.The box is another matter but it doesn't harm the wire's rating. They should put "Assembly Required" in their advertising. You must remove each spool to undo the knot placed on the wire to hold them together after being wound. I wound up removing all the spools at once. I wish I had thought of securing each spool with tape as another reviewer suggests. DUH. Then you must thread each wire through its hole in the box- not difficult but it is tedious. Don't forget to remove the punched out shard that's in the way. Kind of like Florida elections gone by. If you want to use the exit holes that don't get covered up by the box flap, those are the wrong color and don't match the wire colors. If you use the correctly colored holes, you will have to raise the box flap for each use. Doing this, after adding additional cardboard under the box lid to "tension" the spools as that same reviewer suggests. Of course raising the flap takes all "tension" off of the spools and exposes the open box and spools inviting tangles galore. It's not quantum science, but it could be a project. BTW, what in the world are the two supplied zip-ties for? Thanks for letting me rant. I like the wire a lot.5Tips on smart usageThese are high quality silicon insulated wires. Description mentioned max temperature only 150C but it is actually 200C stamped on the wires. It is important because during soldering they don't burn like cheaper PVC insulation. These wires are the best for the soldering prototyping board - flexible, low impedance and not burned insulation. Deal is good too. Don;t confuse this set with cheaper one which has PVC insulation. It is important because during soldering they don't burn like cheaper PVC insulation.I attached here images of how I setup this wire box. The goal is to prevent entanglement between spools wires while you use them. If not doing it right it is even hard to place spools in box because wires get entangled .1. before putting spools in the box place sticky tape on the top of each spool to prevent entanglement while setting up (picture 1)2. after putting spools in the box, drive wires through the respective holes according to the color, then prepare a folded piece of carton to place on the top of the spools3. now you can remove tapes from spools, place folded carton on the top to keep spools pressed and wires kept in the spools and fully close the box (picture 2)4. tape the flap of the box as shown on my pictures and end of the wires are waiting to be pulled. That's it. Now, if you did it right, the wires will not entangle , pulling will be smooth, work is easy. (picture 3)Enjoy5Good wire Originally I thought I had ordered 'box 1' with the standard black, red, yellow, green, blue colors that I'm used to seeing for electrical circuits. Instead I ordered 'box 2' by mistake so now all my projects will be color coded in an Easter theme. I'm not very experienced at working with electronics so I was happy to find that the size was what I was hoping for wiring component on a broadboard. The silicon insulation was easy to strip without damaging the small gauge wire and the soldier flowed nicely on the wires. 4The Red Wire is a Lie! It's Halloween Orange!Pros:- Extremely flexible: Great for computer wiring were flexbility is needed (esp. in hiding cables to improve airflow through the case).- Reasonably Thick Wire Core: The core is stranded and thick, compared to cheaper wiring that is more insulation than metal wire core.- Insulation is Heat Resistant: A big deal if soldering or using heat-shrink. Doesn't burn/stiffen the insulation like regular PVC insulated wires.Cons:- "Red" Wire is not actually Red: This is a moderate issue in my book. As I'm using this to mainly rewire server fans, especially 8-wire ones, having a proper color that I can eyeball instantly without having to trace it back to the actual Red Wire source would help. Especially since some server fans use both Red and Orange wiring for separate connections.These wires are pretty great, and wonderful to work with in PC-related rewiring or wire-extension works due to the thickness of the core and the heat resistant nature of the silicone insulation. Further, the flexibility the wires afford make cable routing far more convenient. My only complaint is the lack of a true Red colored wire insulation. It's not a problem once all the wires are sleeved for that professional look, but when working with multiple wire groups unsleeved, having to double-check that the orange wires I'm about to wire to the power supply connector are indeed the one connected to their devices' red wire lines is rather inconvenient.If Striveday can actually give true red silicone insulated wiring per pack, this would become 5 stars.4Surprisingly good quality... made a bunch of custom harnesses out of it, definitely 18 AWGLately, buying electrical supplies sourced from the gray market is a bit of hit and miss. I find this especially bad with wire. Either the specs are way off, or the material is trash quality (i.e., contaminated copper).With this hook-up wire: you get a 2.1mm outer-diameter jacket of silicon which holds up nicely, and has good flex qualities. The conductor is 1.08mm which checks out for 18AWG (18 gauge = 1.02mm), and the stranded core does appear to be decent quality tinned copper. I verified there is copper in there by scraping and scoring the strands.I've built several custom power harnesses out of this for computer related applications and I've been happy. So far I've had multiple harnesses in service 24/7 for almost a year with about 9A of load @ 12V, and the wire has held up perfectly- See attached picture of one of the harnesses.5Strips, solders, bends like a dreamWhere has this stuff been all my life? I used to dread reworking old copper or cheap wires. You know the ones that can retain the shape of whatever you wrap it around. The ones that seem hydrophobic to solder even with flux. The ones that when you try to strip the jacket the wire breaks inside and comes away with the jacket leaving you with an even shorter wire.This stuff is like a dream! Use your fingernail to strip the wire. Brush a hot solder tip on the jacket, no problem. It's not going to burn and stink up the room. This wire wants your solder! It doesn't even want to be lubed up with flux first. I just screams "Give it to me baby!"In all seriousness, I would and will be buying more of this. My in-laws have solar lawn ornaments galore, they ask me to fix them as the ornaments age. I usually go in strip out all of the old junky wire and replace it with this.5Box isn't that great, but wire is fantasticThe other reviews on this product are accurate. The box and wire feeding is pretty terrible... but after you unspool about 10% of the wire its pretty good.The wire itself is very high quality. I bought this specifically to create additional test leads for multimeters/powersupplies/etc, in which this wire works perfectly. The stranded wire is very fine and the silicone insulation is very flexible.I've also used this for 120V controls wiring where it works excellently also. Its rated for 300V, 18AWG is good for ~5amps and this wire is MUCH easier to work with than any typical 120V wiring that you would get from a home improvement store.5Good signal wireVery flexible wire, but does get brittle once you solder it. It s very thin. Don t use too much heat either you can burn through it. You can usually get away w 300 degree C soldering it. I ve used this wire on multiple quadcopter builds, and it works well. Once you solder it if you stress the wire a bunch it will break just before the solder. I haven t had any break on it s own, was always me putting too much pressure on it moving stuff around. Fits perfect on the small pads, and fits perfect in the through holes of boards. Great wire, strips easy and is durable.5Very nice flexible 200c 600v silicone wire Solders easily I like wire like this for most purposes. It has a 200c rating stamped on it along with 600v rating, the manufacturer name, gauge and product number. You know what you ve got here and it s good. It also is very flexible and solders extremely well. As others have said, the insulation won t shrink or burn like vinyl will. The only downside to silicone insulation is that it lacks abrasion resistance. In fact, you can strip off the insulation with your finger nail. So use this where the wire won t be worked or scraped.The other downside to this flexible wire is that it wants to unwind itself from the roll and thus the wires can get tangled. The way I handled this is a little different than the method described below another user. The idea is to have the wire wind off the bottom of the roll so the rolls weight on the roll flanges keeps the wires isolated from each other. The photos show the method I used. Note that flap of the box covers the exit holes so I used the exit holes in the back of the box. I also added some paper and bubble wrap on top of the rolls before closing the box in order to apply tension to the roll. 5Perhaps best for wearables? I initially purchased this for a potential wearable electronics class, but since that fell through I've been using these as general purpose wire. My $.02 is that they work fine for small projects where you're not going to deal with more than, say, a few mA of current (always check the wiring standards to be sure, these are quite thin). Because of the thin gauge and the silicone insulation, they are quite springy, which can be a bit of a problem when you're trying to solder them to a tiny SMD pad. 4
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Description
  • Product Name :Silicone Wire; Wire Type :24AWG;
  • Material : Silicone rubber , Tinning Copper;
  • Voltage Rating: 300 Volts ,Rated temperature: -60 C - + 150 C
  • Wire Length :6M / 19.6Ft each color
  • External Color : Black red blue green yellow
Reviews

Customer Reviews

JunkI bought this 22 gauge wire for wiring electric guitars. There isn't much room to stuff wires into the cavities of a solid body electric guitar. The insulator is thicker than normal 22 gauge wire, and fills up the control cavity too quickly. And the fact that it's silicone means that it's soft and spongy. I didn't like the feel of the insulator.The red wire looks more orange than red, and both the green and the blue wire are ridiculously pale. "Dyes cost money," and the red, green, and blue insulators look like they didn't use enough dye in them (to save money...???). The black was fine and the yellow was just barely acceptable. It honestly makes the wiring job look "cheap."The brand name is "Striveday," and the motto on the box says: "Strive For A Better Day." I did...I threw it away and bought some real 22 awg.1Perfect for Quads! (20g)Very flexible and perfect size "20g" if you're using on quads/drones like I am. Wire is the same size you get on motors and esc's from the factory. Very satisfied with this purchase.5Nice wire. The box is useless.The wire appears to be high quality. It has small strands and silicon insulation so it is very flexible.It is tinned so is easy to solder and should not rust/tarnish if it sits in on your bench for years.The only negatives I see are:1) The colors are very pale.2) The reels are too small to keep the wire from unspooling. This makes the box useless as the wire tangles around the dowel in the center.I threw the box away and used rubber bands to keep the wire on the spools.The wire itself is great electrically but I give it 4 stars since the color is a little off.I deducted another star since it is shown and comes in a storage/dispenser box that does not work due to a combination of small spools and flexible wire.3This Wire is Excellent - the Box is NotI use this gauge (gage) wire for electronic projects for my model railroad. It has good electrical characteristics, the silicon insulation is suited to the wire and strips easily. Pre-tinning makes soldering a joy. I am very happy with it and when it is used up, I'll purchase more. I gave it 5 stars for the wire itself.The box is another matter but it doesn't harm the wire's rating. They should put "Assembly Required" in their advertising. You must remove each spool to undo the knot placed on the wire to hold them together after being wound. I wound up removing all the spools at once. I wish I had thought of securing each spool with tape as another reviewer suggests. DUH. Then you must thread each wire through its hole in the box- not difficult but it is tedious. Don't forget to remove the punched out shard that's in the way. Kind of like Florida elections gone by. If you want to use the exit holes that don't get covered up by the box flap, those are the wrong color and don't match the wire colors. If you use the correctly colored holes, you will have to raise the box flap for each use. Doing this, after adding additional cardboard under the box lid to "tension" the spools as that same reviewer suggests. Of course raising the flap takes all "tension" off of the spools and exposes the open box and spools inviting tangles galore. It's not quantum science, but it could be a project. BTW, what in the world are the two supplied zip-ties for? Thanks for letting me rant. I like the wire a lot.5Tips on smart usageThese are high quality silicon insulated wires. Description mentioned max temperature only 150C but it is actually 200C stamped on the wires. It is important because during soldering they don't burn like cheaper PVC insulation. These wires are the best for the soldering prototyping board - flexible, low impedance and not burned insulation. Deal is good too. Don;t confuse this set with cheaper one which has PVC insulation. It is important because during soldering they don't burn like cheaper PVC insulation.I attached here images of how I setup this wire box. The goal is to prevent entanglement between spools wires while you use them. If not doing it right it is even hard to place spools in box because wires get entangled .1. before putting spools in the box place sticky tape on the top of each spool to prevent entanglement while setting up (picture 1)2. after putting spools in the box, drive wires through the respective holes according to the color, then prepare a folded piece of carton to place on the top of the spools3. now you can remove tapes from spools, place folded carton on the top to keep spools pressed and wires kept in the spools and fully close the box (picture 2)4. tape the flap of the box as shown on my pictures and end of the wires are waiting to be pulled. That's it. Now, if you did it right, the wires will not entangle , pulling will be smooth, work is easy. (picture 3)Enjoy5Good wire Originally I thought I had ordered 'box 1' with the standard black, red, yellow, green, blue colors that I'm used to seeing for electrical circuits. Instead I ordered 'box 2' by mistake so now all my projects will be color coded in an Easter theme. I'm not very experienced at working with electronics so I was happy to find that the size was what I was hoping for wiring component on a broadboard. The silicon insulation was easy to strip without damaging the small gauge wire and the soldier flowed nicely on the wires. 4The Red Wire is a Lie! It's Halloween Orange!Pros:- Extremely flexible: Great for computer wiring were flexbility is needed (esp. in hiding cables to improve airflow through the case).- Reasonably Thick Wire Core: The core is stranded and thick, compared to cheaper wiring that is more insulation than metal wire core.- Insulation is Heat Resistant: A big deal if soldering or using heat-shrink. Doesn't burn/stiffen the insulation like regular PVC insulated wires.Cons:- "Red" Wire is not actually Red: This is a moderate issue in my book. As I'm using this to mainly rewire server fans, especially 8-wire ones, having a proper color that I can eyeball instantly without having to trace it back to the actual Red Wire source would help. Especially since some server fans use both Red and Orange wiring for separate connections.These wires are pretty great, and wonderful to work with in PC-related rewiring or wire-extension works due to the thickness of the core and the heat resistant nature of the silicone insulation. Further, the flexibility the wires afford make cable routing far more convenient. My only complaint is the lack of a true Red colored wire insulation. It's not a problem once all the wires are sleeved for that professional look, but when working with multiple wire groups unsleeved, having to double-check that the orange wires I'm about to wire to the power supply connector are indeed the one connected to their devices' red wire lines is rather inconvenient.If Striveday can actually give true red silicone insulated wiring per pack, this would become 5 stars.4Surprisingly good quality... made a bunch of custom harnesses out of it, definitely 18 AWGLately, buying electrical supplies sourced from the gray market is a bit of hit and miss. I find this especially bad with wire. Either the specs are way off, or the material is trash quality (i.e., contaminated copper).With this hook-up wire: you get a 2.1mm outer-diameter jacket of silicon which holds up nicely, and has good flex qualities. The conductor is 1.08mm which checks out for 18AWG (18 gauge = 1.02mm), and the stranded core does appear to be decent quality tinned copper. I verified there is copper in there by scraping and scoring the strands.I've built several custom power harnesses out of this for computer related applications and I've been happy. So far I've had multiple harnesses in service 24/7 for almost a year with about 9A of load @ 12V, and the wire has held up perfectly- See attached picture of one of the harnesses.5Strips, solders, bends like a dreamWhere has this stuff been all my life? I used to dread reworking old copper or cheap wires. You know the ones that can retain the shape of whatever you wrap it around. The ones that seem hydrophobic to solder even with flux. The ones that when you try to strip the jacket the wire breaks inside and comes away with the jacket leaving you with an even shorter wire.This stuff is like a dream! Use your fingernail to strip the wire. Brush a hot solder tip on the jacket, no problem. It's not going to burn and stink up the room. This wire wants your solder! It doesn't even want to be lubed up with flux first. I just screams "Give it to me baby!"In all seriousness, I would and will be buying more of this. My in-laws have solar lawn ornaments galore, they ask me to fix them as the ornaments age. I usually go in strip out all of the old junky wire and replace it with this.5Box isn't that great, but wire is fantasticThe other reviews on this product are accurate. The box and wire feeding is pretty terrible... but after you unspool about 10% of the wire its pretty good.The wire itself is very high quality. I bought this specifically to create additional test leads for multimeters/powersupplies/etc, in which this wire works perfectly. The stranded wire is very fine and the silicone insulation is very flexible.I've also used this for 120V controls wiring where it works excellently also. Its rated for 300V, 18AWG is good for ~5amps and this wire is MUCH easier to work with than any typical 120V wiring that you would get from a home improvement store.5Good signal wireVery flexible wire, but does get brittle once you solder it. It s very thin. Don t use too much heat either you can burn through it. You can usually get away w 300 degree C soldering it. I ve used this wire on multiple quadcopter builds, and it works well. Once you solder it if you stress the wire a bunch it will break just before the solder. I haven t had any break on it s own, was always me putting too much pressure on it moving stuff around. Fits perfect on the small pads, and fits perfect in the through holes of boards. Great wire, strips easy and is durable.5Very nice flexible 200c 600v silicone wire Solders easily I like wire like this for most purposes. It has a 200c rating stamped on it along with 600v rating, the manufacturer name, gauge and product number. You know what you ve got here and it s good. It also is very flexible and solders extremely well. As others have said, the insulation won t shrink or burn like vinyl will. The only downside to silicone insulation is that it lacks abrasion resistance. In fact, you can strip off the insulation with your finger nail. So use this where the wire won t be worked or scraped.The other downside to this flexible wire is that it wants to unwind itself from the roll and thus the wires can get tangled. The way I handled this is a little different than the method described below another user. The idea is to have the wire wind off the bottom of the roll so the rolls weight on the roll flanges keeps the wires isolated from each other. The photos show the method I used. Note that flap of the box covers the exit holes so I used the exit holes in the back of the box. I also added some paper and bubble wrap on top of the rolls before closing the box in order to apply tension to the roll. 5Perhaps best for wearables? I initially purchased this for a potential wearable electronics class, but since that fell through I've been using these as general purpose wire. My $.02 is that they work fine for small projects where you're not going to deal with more than, say, a few mA of current (always check the wiring standards to be sure, these are quite thin). Because of the thin gauge and the silicone insulation, they are quite springy, which can be a bit of a problem when you're trying to solder them to a tiny SMD pad. 4
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