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Overview
  • How are reviewers describing this item?
    structured, down, plastic, port and easy.
  • Our engine has profiled the reviewer patterns and has determined that there may be deception involved.
  • Our engine has determined that the review content quality is low.
  • Our engine has analyzed and discovered that 63.6% of the reviews are reliable.
  • This product had a total of 22 reviews as of our last analysis date on Apr 20 2019.
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Most positive reviewquestion

Easy to install - use a punch down tool with the cutting blade on one side. It snaps into standard wall box and is real clean....  Read More

Least authentic reviewquestion

This is a nice high quality patch panel, but it is somewhat unsightly if you don't put it in an enclosure, and the price is fai...  Read More


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BETA

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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    There's not a-lot to say about this item.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The leviton patch panel is basically a piece of plastic with block backs and guide slots for cabling cat 5e or cat 6 applications.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Installation was easy as long as you have a professional punch down tool (the plastic one provided, just doesn't cut it) it's worth the 8-10 bucks you will have to fork over for a reasonable tool.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    The same goes for telephone and cable wires.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Get the data shark tool put ends on each of your wires and plug them directly into a router.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    So yes it looks like the spaghetti is trying to get off the same exit of the freeway all at the same time.

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