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Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black
Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black
Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black

Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black

Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black
Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black
Scotch(R) Super 33(TM) Vinyl Electrical Tape, 3/4 in x 52 ft, Black
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Features

  • The combination of the pressure-sensitive, rubber-resin adhesive and the pvc backing offers electrical and mechanical protection
  • Provides high resistance to uv rays, abrasion, moisture, alkalis, acids, corrosion and varying weather conditions
  • Compatible with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds
  • Tape measures 3/4 in x 36 yds x 7 mil
  • Withstands a temperature range of 0 to 221 degrees f (-18 to 105 degrees c)
  • Premium Grade, All-Weather Vinyl Electrical Insulating Tape
  • 0.75 inch X 52 feet roll

Description

Scotch Super 33+ tape is a 7-mil thick, premium-grade, all-weather, vinyl electrical tape that is designed to provide electrical insulation for cable splices up to 600V. The flame-retardant tape withstands a temperature range of 0 to 221 Degrees F (-18 to 105 Degrees C).


Item Weight: 3.2 ounces


Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B0000AZ9HG


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Item model number: 33+SUPER-3/4X52FT


Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars2,564 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,346 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #13 in Electrical Tape


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Features

  • The combination of the pressure-sensitive, rubber-resin adhesive and the pvc backing offers electrical and mechanical protection
  • Provides high resistance to uv rays, abrasion, moisture, alkalis, acids, corrosion and varying weather conditions
  • Compatible with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds
  • Tape measures 3/4 in x 36 yds x 7 mil
  • Withstands a temperature range of 0 to 221 degrees f (-18 to 105 degrees c)
  • Premium Grade, All-Weather Vinyl Electrical Insulating Tape
  • 0.75 inch X 52 feet roll

Description

Scotch Super 33+ tape is a 7-mil thick, premium-grade, all-weather, vinyl electrical tape that is designed to provide electrical insulation for cable splices up to 600V. The flame-retardant tape withstands a temperature range of 0 to 221 Degrees F (-18 to 105 Degrees C).


Item Weight: 3.2 ounces


Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B0000AZ9HG


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 33+SUPER-3/4X52FT


Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars2,564 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,346 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #13 in Electrical Tape


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • The combination of the pressure-sensitive, rubber-resin adhesive and the pvc backing offers electrical and mechanical protection
  • Provides high resistance to uv rays, abrasion, moisture, alkalis, acids, corrosion and varying weather conditions
  • Compatible with rubber and synthetic splicing compounds
  • Tape measures 3/4 in x 36 yds x 7 mil
  • Withstands a temperature range of 0 to 221 degrees f (-18 to 105 degrees c)
  • Premium Grade, All-Weather Vinyl Electrical Insulating Tape
  • 0.75 inch X 52 feet roll

Description

Scotch Super 33+ tape is a 7-mil thick, premium-grade, all-weather, vinyl electrical tape that is designed to provide electrical insulation for cable splices up to 600V. The flame-retardant tape withstands a temperature range of 0 to 221 Degrees F (-18 to 105 Degrees C).


Item Weight: 3.2 ounces


Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B0000AZ9HG


California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.


Item model number: 33+SUPER-3/4X52FT


Customer Reviews: 4.8 out of 5 stars2,564 customer ratings


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,346 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific) #13 in Electrical Tape


abunda_amazon_reviews As a Telephone Repairman in the 1970-80's I have literally placed hundreds of rolls of vinyl tape on electrical wire. The Phone Company used a tape they referred to as "F-Vinyl Tape". I thought that stuff was good tape however this Super 33+ tape is several levels better than the Telco tape. The tape is thin, strong and stretches well onto whatever you're trying to insulate. This tape is actually a standard used by the radio communications community on coaxial connectors placed on towers. One tip: If you cut the "tape end" with scissors rather than stretch it until it breaks, the tape tends to not retract and come loose on the end of the splice after a few months. Other words; stretch the tape on to the splice as required EXCEPT right at the end of the tape run. If you use the "stretch cut" at the end of the tape, the "stretch tension" placed in the tape will tend to pull itself off the tape run and you get a loose piece of tape hanging from your splice which will only get longer over time. The last few inches should be placed gently and thoroughly after being cut with scissors. Anyway, this 3M Super 33+ tape is good stuff.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2013;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;QUALITY VINYL TAPE;;Ed;;;Seriously good tape. Miles better than every cheap roll out there you can buy. Tears well without excessive stretching. Very sticky and the adhesive does not give out in hot weather. Highly recommend you store it in the container that it comes in. In fact, I'd go as far as to say it's not even an option. Just use the plastic container.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;If you store it in the container it comes in, this will be the best electrical tape you ever use.;;Rob B;;;I bought this tape to stick on my apartment door's siding because the door wasn't installed correctly and doesn't seal properly. Used it more as a blackout tool so passersby can't see the light from inside my apartment and think my door is unlocked. Worked great! Even with the friction of the door opening and closing, it sticks in place much better than the old electrical tape I was trying to use - which I had to re-fix to the siding at least once a week. Since then, I've used this to cover up some sharp hooks so my cat wouldn't injure herself or get caught on them, and it works great for that, too. I know these aren't typical uses for electrical tape - but I think they show how effective it is! This would be great for use on exposed wires on charging cables, etc. However, in the past, using electrical tape for that purpose has resulted in a sticky mess with some residue being left on the cables a week or so after application. Not sure if this would be a problem with this brand of tape.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Sticks well;;ksh1350;;;A nice quality electrical tape that works. I don't often have need of electrical tape, but when I do, I want it to work. This tape does. It is smooth to the touch, comes off the roll easily, and wraps easily. I have found that regardless of how I wrap it, it stays put. A single layer of wrap is strong enough to keep most cords and wires together, which is what I imagine most people are using it on. This means you aren't wasting any, which I like. I have also found that this tape lasts for a while on the roll. I've had a roll not be used up for a couple of years and work just as well at the end of the roll as it did in the beginning. This is an excellent electrical tape to keep stocked in your junk drawer or utility bench. It should prove useful to professionals and casual users alike.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A very good electrical tape that I will buy again;;Kaz;;;Overall, I'm a fan of 3M's electrical tapes, including their Super 33+. However, the 33 is much more "tacky" than the Super 88. If your application may involve removing the tape at some point, or if you're using tape for temporarily holding something in place, then I would strongly recommend you don't purchase this version (Super 33) and buy the Super 88 instead. My experience is the 33 is much more prone to leaving behind undesirable sticky residue - the kind that discolors or leaves marks on certain plastics and other similar, smooth surfaces. I've not had that problem with the 88 tape. When I say "tacky" and "residue" of the 33 tape, I'm talking about remnants of the glue on the back of the tape. It's colored black and you'll have a difficult time getting rid of it when it decides to adhere to something you don't want it stuck on. The downside is of the 88 is, of course, it's significantly more expensive; and for this reason if I only require a basic tape that isn't going to be removed (at least not by me), then I'm more likely to use the 33. However, if I have an application where I know the tape will likely be removed in the future (say, a temporary electrical hookup for whatever reason), I strongly prefer the 88 tape. This is especially true of outdoor applications. The humidity and higher temps outdoors seem to increase the tackiness the 33 tape leaves behind. YMMV.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Leaves Behind Sticky Residue;;Jiggly Puff;;;A classic black tape, like used by electricians everywhere professionally. This 3M is particularly decent, with a good stretch and a decent level of stickiness without immediately sticking to itself. It comes off the roll easily, and cuts cleanly. It's lead-free. For ease of use, I haven't use any better. Quibbles. There's a really potent smell of vinyl when working with a new roll, I hate to think of what I'm inhaling (especially after seeing the California cancer warning on the back). My roll came in a small plastic hard case, which might be useful when piled in with a bunch of other tape in a pro's kit, but is unnecessary waste for consumers who'll chuck the case first thing. If you're a DIYer, especially if you have some ancient, short spools of electrical tape around that's a pain to peel and the adhesive is all weird? Do yourself a favor and get some quality stuff-- it's not much more expensive, and it's so much easier to work with. Recommended.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;good tape, decent size spool;;Omar Siddique;;;you would think Tape is Tape. Well that is not correct. I used 3-m tape at my employment for years, large telecom company. we had switched to another company for a while and wow what a difference. I am sure there is other good tapes out there, but I am willing to buy 3-m because I know their product. If anyone knows of other 5-star tapes-let me know. one of the tricks to keeping the tape from melting and getting sticky, keep the plastic container. Now that I am retired I don't use as much and the plastic cover seems to help.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;TAPE IT UP!;;chris p.

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Delivery

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ed - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2013
QUALITY VINYL TAPE
As a Telephone Repairman in the 1970-80's I have literally placed hundreds of rolls of vinyl tape on electrical wire. The Phone Company used a tape they referred to as "F-Vinyl Tape". I thought that stuff was good tape however this Super 33+ tape is several levels better than the Telco tape. The tape is thin, strong and stretches well onto whatever you're trying to insulate. This tape is actually a standard used by the radio communications community on coaxial connectors placed on towers. One tip: If you cut the "tape end" with scissors rather than stretch it until it breaks, the tape tends to not retract and come loose on the end of the splice after a few months. Other words; stretch the tape on to the splice as required EXCEPT right at the end of the tape run. If you use the "stretch cut" at the end of the tape, the "stretch tension" placed in the tape will tend to pull itself off the tape run and you get a loose piece of tape hanging from your splice which will only get longer over time. The last few inches should be placed gently and thoroughly after being cut with scissors. Anyway, this 3M Super 33+ tape is good stuff.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Rob B - Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018
If you store it in the container it comes in, this will be the best electrical tape you ever use.
Seriously good tape. Miles better than every cheap roll out there you can buy. Tears well without excessive stretching. Very sticky and the adhesive does not give out in hot weather. Highly recommend you store it in the container that it comes in. In fact, I'd go as far as to say it's not even an option. Just use the plastic container.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ksh1350 - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018
Sticks well
I bought this tape to stick on my apartment door's siding because the door wasn't installed correctly and doesn't seal properly. Used it more as a blackout tool so passersby can't see the light from inside my apartment and think my door is unlocked. Worked great! Even with the friction of the door opening and closing, it sticks in place much better than the old electrical tape I was trying to use - which I had to re-fix to the siding at least once a week. Since then, I've used this to cover up some sharp hooks so my cat wouldn't injure herself or get caught on them, and it works great for that, too. I know these aren't typical uses for electrical tape - but I think they show how effective it is! This would be great for use on exposed wires on charging cables, etc. However, in the past, using electrical tape for that purpose has resulted in a sticky mess with some residue being left on the cables a week or so after application. Not sure if this would be a problem with this brand of tape.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kaz - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017
A very good electrical tape that I will buy again
A nice quality electrical tape that works. I don't often have need of electrical tape, but when I do, I want it to work. This tape does. It is smooth to the touch, comes off the roll easily, and wraps easily. I have found that regardless of how I wrap it, it stays put. A single layer of wrap is strong enough to keep most cords and wires together, which is what I imagine most people are using it on. This means you aren't wasting any, which I like. I have also found that this tape lasts for a while on the roll. I've had a roll not be used up for a couple of years and work just as well at the end of the roll as it did in the beginning. This is an excellent electrical tape to keep stocked in your junk drawer or utility bench. It should prove useful to professionals and casual users alike.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jiggly Puff - Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2020
Leaves Behind Sticky Residue
Overall, I'm a fan of 3M's electrical tapes, including their Super 33+. However, the 33 is much more "tacky" than the Super 88. If your application may involve removing the tape at some point, or if you're using tape for temporarily holding something in place, then I would strongly recommend you don't purchase this version (Super 33) and buy the Super 88 instead. My experience is the 33 is much more prone to leaving behind undesirable sticky residue - the kind that discolors or leaves marks on certain plastics and other similar, smooth surfaces. I've not had that problem with the 88 tape. When I say "tacky" and "residue" of the 33 tape, I'm talking about remnants of the glue on the back of the tape. It's colored black and you'll have a difficult time getting rid of it when it decides to adhere to something you don't want it stuck on. The downside is of the 88 is, of course, it's significantly more expensive; and for this reason if I only require a basic tape that isn't going to be removed (at least not by me), then I'm more likely to use the 33. However, if I have an application where I know the tape will likely be removed in the future (say, a temporary electrical hookup for whatever reason), I strongly prefer the 88 tape. This is especially true of outdoor applications. The humidity and higher temps outdoors seem to increase the tackiness the 33 tape leaves behind. YMMV.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Omar Siddique - Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2018
good tape, decent size spool
A classic black tape, like used by electricians everywhere professionally. This 3M is particularly decent, with a good stretch and a decent level of stickiness without immediately sticking to itself. It comes off the roll easily, and cuts cleanly. It's lead-free. For ease of use, I haven't use any better. Quibbles. There's a really potent smell of vinyl when working with a new roll, I hate to think of what I'm inhaling (especially after seeing the California cancer warning on the back). My roll came in a small plastic hard case, which might be useful when piled in with a bunch of other tape in a pro's kit, but is unnecessary waste for consumers who'll chuck the case first thing. If you're a DIYer, especially if you have some ancient, short spools of electrical tape around that's a pain to peel and the adhesive is all weird? Do yourself a favor and get some quality stuff-- it's not much more expensive, and it's so much easier to work with. Recommended.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By chris p. - Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2016
TAPE IT UP!
you would think Tape is Tape. Well that is not correct. I used 3-m tape at my employment for years, large telecom company. we had switched to another company for a while and wow what a difference. I am sure there is other good tapes out there, but I am willing to buy 3-m because I know their product. If anyone knows of other 5-star tapes-let me know. one of the tricks to keeping the tape from melting and getting sticky, keep the plastic container. Now that I am retired I don't use as much and the plastic cover seems to help.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Ed - Reviewed in the United States on November 19, 2013
QUALITY VINYL TAPE
As a Telephone Repairman in the 1970-80's I have literally placed hundreds of rolls of vinyl tape on electrical wire. The Phone Company used a tape they referred to as "F-Vinyl Tape". I thought that stuff was good tape however this Super 33+ tape is several levels better than the Telco tape. The tape is thin, strong and stretches well onto whatever you're trying to insulate. This tape is actually a standard used by the radio communications community on coaxial connectors placed on towers. One tip: If you cut the "tape end" with scissors rather than stretch it until it breaks, the tape tends to not retract and come loose on the end of the splice after a few months. Other words; stretch the tape on to the splice as required EXCEPT right at the end of the tape run. If you use the "stretch cut" at the end of the tape, the "stretch tension" placed in the tape will tend to pull itself off the tape run and you get a loose piece of tape hanging from your splice which will only get longer over time. The last few inches should be placed gently and thoroughly after being cut with scissors. Anyway, this 3M Super 33+ tape is good stuff.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Rob B - Reviewed in the United States on January 4, 2018
If you store it in the container it comes in, this will be the best electrical tape you ever use.
Seriously good tape. Miles better than every cheap roll out there you can buy. Tears well without excessive stretching. Very sticky and the adhesive does not give out in hot weather. Highly recommend you store it in the container that it comes in. In fact, I'd go as far as to say it's not even an option. Just use the plastic container.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ksh1350 - Reviewed in the United States on November 14, 2018
Sticks well
I bought this tape to stick on my apartment door's siding because the door wasn't installed correctly and doesn't seal properly. Used it more as a blackout tool so passersby can't see the light from inside my apartment and think my door is unlocked. Worked great! Even with the friction of the door opening and closing, it sticks in place much better than the old electrical tape I was trying to use - which I had to re-fix to the siding at least once a week. Since then, I've used this to cover up some sharp hooks so my cat wouldn't injure herself or get caught on them, and it works great for that, too. I know these aren't typical uses for electrical tape - but I think they show how effective it is! This would be great for use on exposed wires on charging cables, etc. However, in the past, using electrical tape for that purpose has resulted in a sticky mess with some residue being left on the cables a week or so after application. Not sure if this would be a problem with this brand of tape.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kaz - Reviewed in the United States on November 12, 2017
A very good electrical tape that I will buy again
A nice quality electrical tape that works. I don't often have need of electrical tape, but when I do, I want it to work. This tape does. It is smooth to the touch, comes off the roll easily, and wraps easily. I have found that regardless of how I wrap it, it stays put. A single layer of wrap is strong enough to keep most cords and wires together, which is what I imagine most people are using it on. This means you aren't wasting any, which I like. I have also found that this tape lasts for a while on the roll. I've had a roll not be used up for a couple of years and work just as well at the end of the roll as it did in the beginning. This is an excellent electrical tape to keep stocked in your junk drawer or utility bench. It should prove useful to professionals and casual users alike.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Jiggly Puff - Reviewed in the United States on April 27, 2020
Leaves Behind Sticky Residue
Overall, I'm a fan of 3M's electrical tapes, including their Super 33+. However, the 33 is much more "tacky" than the Super 88. If your application may involve removing the tape at some point, or if you're using tape for temporarily holding something in place, then I would strongly recommend you don't purchase this version (Super 33) and buy the Super 88 instead. My experience is the 33 is much more prone to leaving behind undesirable sticky residue - the kind that discolors or leaves marks on certain plastics and other similar, smooth surfaces. I've not had that problem with the 88 tape. When I say "tacky" and "residue" of the 33 tape, I'm talking about remnants of the glue on the back of the tape. It's colored black and you'll have a difficult time getting rid of it when it decides to adhere to something you don't want it stuck on. The downside is of the 88 is, of course, it's significantly more expensive; and for this reason if I only require a basic tape that isn't going to be removed (at least not by me), then I'm more likely to use the 33. However, if I have an application where I know the tape will likely be removed in the future (say, a temporary electrical hookup for whatever reason), I strongly prefer the 88 tape. This is especially true of outdoor applications. The humidity and higher temps outdoors seem to increase the tackiness the 33 tape leaves behind. YMMV.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Omar Siddique - Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2018
good tape, decent size spool
A classic black tape, like used by electricians everywhere professionally. This 3M is particularly decent, with a good stretch and a decent level of stickiness without immediately sticking to itself. It comes off the roll easily, and cuts cleanly. It's lead-free. For ease of use, I haven't use any better. Quibbles. There's a really potent smell of vinyl when working with a new roll, I hate to think of what I'm inhaling (especially after seeing the California cancer warning on the back). My roll came in a small plastic hard case, which might be useful when piled in with a bunch of other tape in a pro's kit, but is unnecessary waste for consumers who'll chuck the case first thing. If you're a DIYer, especially if you have some ancient, short spools of electrical tape around that's a pain to peel and the adhesive is all weird? Do yourself a favor and get some quality stuff-- it's not much more expensive, and it's so much easier to work with. Recommended.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By chris p. - Reviewed in the United States on October 31, 2016
TAPE IT UP!
you would think Tape is Tape. Well that is not correct. I used 3-m tape at my employment for years, large telecom company. we had switched to another company for a while and wow what a difference. I am sure there is other good tapes out there, but I am willing to buy 3-m because I know their product. If anyone knows of other 5-star tapes-let me know. one of the tricks to keeping the tape from melting and getting sticky, keep the plastic container. Now that I am retired I don't use as much and the plastic cover seems to help.