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Solderless Breadboard - 3220 Tie Point (ZY-208)

SKU: 019-ZY-208

$29.95 AUD, inc GST
$27.23 AUD, exc GST
Solderless Breadboard - 3220 Tie Point (ZY-208)
29.95 AUD

SKU: 019-ZY-208

$29.95 AUD, inc GST
$27.23 AUD, exc GST
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Delivered by Mon, 25th of Sep
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This is our largest solderless breadboard. Ideal for those large projects or just for lots of elbow room!

Features

  • 4 Terminal Strips 2520 Tie-points
  • 7 Distribution Strips 700 Tie-points
  • 4 Binding Posts
  • Black aluminum plate
  • Tough transparent plastic
  • Size:24cm x 21cm - 9.45inch x 8.27inch
  • Coloured coordinates for easy component placement
  • Accepts a variety of wire sizes (AWG:20-29)
  • Excellent for DIY projects, prototyping and experimenting

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Customer Reviews

  1. Review by Ron verified purchaser
    Rating
    100

    Good quality breadboard for the price. Able to insert components with ease unlike cheaper boards you'll find on eBay. (Posted on 7/09/2017)

  2. Review by Tototo - Fantastic Product
    Rating
    100

    Very sturdy, well built board. Great value (Posted on 26/05/2013)

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