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  1. Resistor Kit - 1/4W (500 total) COM-10969 Sparkfun Australia - Express Delivery Australia Wide

    Resistor Kit - 1/4W (500 total)

    SKU: COM-10969
    | Brand: Sparkfun
    This assortment of through-hole Resistors comes jam-packed with 500 separate resistors, broken down into 20 of the most common resistance values you'll ever need. The folded sleeve packaging offers a awesome way to keep your collection organised over the course of many projects. Learn More
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