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  • Decent for one time use

    posted by neo1erk4

    Cheap and work. They come in a bundle wrapped in a rubber band. Useful for short connections and wont leave a lot of excess wire to get in your way
    I can sometimes straighten them out enough to reuse them but it gets to be a pain so I end up grabbing a new one.
    Their cheap enough that I am happy with being able to use them once or twice.
  • cheap and good solder

    posted by georulz

    - Very thick and useful for soldering SMD parts and SMD ic's.- Make good and shiny joints.- It has a low melting point at 220 degrees Celsius.- Works very good with 8W 12V soldering iron with car cigarette lighter plug.- A lot more cheaper than my local stores at this thickness and length.- It has flux inside.
    It is not a lead free and no RoHS compliant and it is good.
    0.5mm is a bit thin for general purpose but is perfect for electronic soldering. A good solder for home and work DIY.
  • Wrapping wire.

    posted by EraYaN

    There is lot of wire on the coil, 250m!!! It is also considerably strong for the thickness is has.It could be used as signal cable in other cables. I tried that and it worked quite well as long as the voltages and current stay within boundaries.
    The wire could be used in electronic project, but I would not recommend it. It is certainly not usable as jumper wire, it is far to thin.
    Don't buy it if you want to use it as a conductor unless you know for certain that you want a AWG30 wire.
  • They do the job

    posted by Lisa1

    Good electrical isolation.Many wires in the bag, probably about 1000.You can make good connections with these.Perfect for prototyping.Good length for many applications.Very flexible.
    These are useful when just trying stuff out, making small connections. Just messing around, and prototyping some stuff. But when it comes down to important practical application, you could probably do better. They would probably melt under any substantial load.
    If you want to make some small connections, then just get these wires.
  • good thin solder

    posted by arnoldasgr

    thin60/40 tin/lead alloy not that lead-free rubish( lead boils at 1,750C so smoke comes only from flux!!! and you solder about 400C)has flux in it a lot of it, guarantees long usage time price is really good.quick cool down and hardening timehave many usages, like soldering simple wires or DIY kits
    good item
    great item for price, really useful did not regret buying it. when run out og it going to buy more.not comfortable to use in spool, so i wind some of and use it.


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