I used it to fix the electric system running along the frame of the bike. Nylon tie of the type which was originally releasable was used, but exchange was carried out one way as hardening due to secular change was severe.
It is economical and convenient because it can be reused repeatedly for various uses.
Even if it fails it is handy because it just pushes it off with a nail.
I would be more pleased if things like a guide are attached to the remaining part after binding.
It is convenient to be able to reuse although it is used when it is necessary to remove bundled wiring. I think that it is a matter of material, but it is hard to use when wrapping around wiring for hard hard. I think that it is the hardness required for the lock mechanism, but unlocking is hard and it is difficult to release it so I think that it is a little soft and easy to use.