The ONLY reason I have the heavier 24G Monoprice HDMI is that's what's highly recommended for use with their 1 x 4 HDMI switcher which is a must-have for my A/V system. I would have much rather gotten their lighter RedMere HDMI's. So it's string/ductape for me,,, if needed.
Everyone recommended the old thick cables at one time; the thicker and larger the gauge of the wire, the better (or so everyone thought). Today, the gauge really doesn't matter, the cables have gotten better.
You don't need redmere unless you have long cable runs.
Try some of the newer/cheaper monoprice cables, or mediabridge, or amazon basics; your issues with connections coming loose and the need to duct tape will be a thing of the past.
But I like my cable ties and occasional duct tape solution, add a pair of vise grips and we could fix the world