"It's a chocbox and it works as advertised. For those unfamiliar with chocboxes, it's a small, well-designed junction box.
It's quite small so is useful particularly for covering simple feed-through connections with terminal blocks. I used the last one I bought to cover the connection between LED strip-lights and the power supply. It could equally be used for other low voltage applications or perhaps for lighting etc, but is likely to be too small for larger or heavier duty applications."
"This is a quality item that I found extremely useful when I needed a compact and secure cable jointing box that could hold a coc block . The only downside was it took a minute or two to work out how to open the lid and wish it had instructions as I was concerned that I might break it the securing catches where not realised correctly
Gives a neat and professional finish when joining cables"
"a friend had new spot lights installed in there kitchen but the spark had used oversize terminal block to fit each light so there was no strain relief or protection for the connections so i bought these to retro fit over the connections with out having to disturb the wiring i would highly rate this product"
"Excellent little boxes , I always buy a few more than I need but always end up using them . Its a simple way of making a connection and making it safe . I invented these in my head years ago and should have done something about it then I wouldnt be fitting them but sitting counting my pennies somewhere . Although I would have made them sideways too to be easier for larger cables . So there is another idea for somebody !"
"If you are a first time user it is not easy to open the box. A simple diagram would help. I like the idea of fixing the cable to the lid as access to make the connections is much easier than if it was inside the box."