If MacGyver filled a fanny pack full of lifesaving supplies, in it you’d find super glue, zip-ties, paperclips, Velcro, and Motion Pro’s Nitro Tape. This roll of self-adhering silicone tape has more uses than an infomercial pitchman could come up with. I used it for waterproofing spliced and intertwined blinker wiring and plugging a pin-hole pricked in a dirtbike radiator hose. In each instance the tape held up after it was pulled, stretched and stuck into place. Claimed to withstand up 500 degrees Fahrenheit I did not find a hot water leak after sealing the radiator hose and riding the dirtbike but it was a very small hole and the bike was not ridden long or hard before being parked and properly fixed with a new hose. It tears easily and cleanly (without a knife), stretches without ripping and comes unstuck if a wrap job needs to be redone. For its purpose I can’t think of any negatives apart from not coming in a larger roll size. It’s best from sealing electrical components and as a quick-fixer if a hose gets damaged during a ride. It’s hard to argue an item that’s cheap and universally useful.