"Good little boxes for protecting wiring joins from prying fingers. I like the addition of the cable grip though I used them on wire in an out of sight location so pulling wasn't an issue in my use. Overall I would recommend these items"
"We use these choc boxes a lot in lighting installations.
They are robust and small enough to get into downlighter holes - useful when you have no access from above. The enclosure is not sectioned, we use WAGO connectors and the box will take up to four of these quite comfortably.
The only real let down is the quality of the screws, which is poor and means that screwing down the cables can be a more time-consuming than it should be. Better screws and the boxes would get 5 stars across the board."
"Just about does the job, but the cable clamps are really difficult to assemble. Took me ages to fit the screws and tighten. it would have been easier if I had had a screwdriver to fit perfectly into the screwheads, but most will probably just have an electricians flat blade. Not particularly cheap for what it is either (a simple moulding and a few cheap screws - probably cost 15p to make). Really fiddly and annoying to use. Surely somebody can design something better than this!"
"Brought this to connect a wire, thinking that the connecting box bit where you put the wire in and screw them down would be there, but it wasn't, so it was just a plastic box, and not water proof, complete waist of space"