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 Posted: Fri Aug 31st, 2012 06:00 am
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Whilst searching for solder tag strips, I came upon this site.

http://www.railroomelectronics.co.uk/

They seem to have quite a comprehensive range of stock.



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They are often at exhibitions around here and they do have a good range if the odd component is needed. Not the cheapest source though if buying for a project.

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I hadn't checked prices Geoff - I tried Rapid Online for solder type tag strips but they don't seem to do them .........:roll::roll: - this one came up next to e-bay.



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This guy has a good stock and is very quick on posting. Also no minimum order, if you want 1 resistor thats all you have to order.

 

http://www.bitsbox.co.uk/

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That looks like a very handy shop David - thanks for posting it. :thumbs

One for the Index I think Bob.



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