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I am trying to find an on-line source for electronic components, that doesn't mind selling modest amounts of various items for circuitry. In other words small minimum orders with little or no min. order charges. Also timely shipping would be great. You know, those late night ,gotta have soon projects. I really dont need 200 diodes, etc.
Thanks, plumber

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It depends on where you live.

Here in the UK, Maplin, RS Components, Farnel and Rapid are the most popular suppliers.

Farnel are good because they don't charge for delivery, even for small orders.

RS also don't charge for the delivery of small orders if you have a credit account with them, otherwise there's a delivery charge for small orders.

Maplin are handy because they have shops in most towns but don't offer a great range and are expensive.

Rapid are the cheapest UK supplier I know of but charge for delivery of orders under

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  • 3 weeks later...

Hi Mr Plumber,
How many of what parts do you require, there is very little info
on what you want,  where you are and where you want a delivery to.
We sell many many electronic parts here, buy one, buy 1000's
Visa. Mastercard. Amex. Diners Card Min card order AUD$20
excluding freight. All cards attract a 4.16668% fee as we get
slugged 4% by the card providers (All banks).

[email protected]

Located in Sydney, Australia
Fax: +61 (0) 2 9603 8685
Ph: +61 (0) 2 9820 3555
http://www.unitechelectronics.com

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