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  • posted byNumber9148669 on 04/09/2017

    Impression:good,Thin;

    Its a lot of small pieces of wire which is excellent for doing repair work. But its less suited for breadboards as the wires are really thin. For most soldering purposes this wire can still be used however. Because of the high number of wires one bundle, it arrived as bit of wire cake. This is my... Read more

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  • posted byParoniric on 12/12/2016

    Impression:good,Very good,Great for prototyping;

    Muy satisfecho con este enorme pack de cables, excelentes para soldaduras en pequeños circuitos (demasiado delgados y cortos para su uso en potoboards). Supone un gran ahorro en la preparación de estos cables para su uso. Pros: Cantidad/precio Contras: No hallé ninguno.

    Cables de puenteo a granel

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  • posted byzotit on 07/25/2015

    Impression:Great for prototyping;

    excellent for prototyping and solder joints ,Easy to use

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  • posted byhasanyesilay on 06/25/2015

    Impression:Great for reworking!;

    Pros: I don't count but it is too many. I'm using it as rework wire. There are pre stripped and tinned. What else do I need? As I said these are extra lives to save your queen ^^ if you are frequent problem maker DIYer, yo need it for sure. Cons: In some cases I need longer jumper cables. Wish DX... Read more

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  • posted bybiagio8 on 04/19/2015

    Impression:Great for prototyping;

    Pros: these are a thousand cables for just about 3€, extremely cheap and useful too. Cons: these are so thin that probably you will break every piece of cable after a few uses. Other thoughts: their lenght (4cm) is quite enough for short jumps in the breadboard, but you need something else for in... Read more

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  • posted bywald0 on 03/16/2015

    Impression:Great for prototyping;

    pros: Cheap cons: multiple sizes would be nice, break fairly easily Great for breadboard use, and the coating stays on fairly well.

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  • posted byDaiwulf on 03/06/2015

    Impression:good;

    Pros: 1k wires, extremely good for small connections, like linking a button to the +5V/GND of a breadboard without a mess of wires. Cons: really thin, I guess they could break easily, but even if half of them break, you still have 500 of them. Overall: you're paying a third cent of each of them,... Read more

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  • posted bychhcd on 12/13/2014

    Impression:Very good;

    If you work with circuits you will need some cables to wire everything up. This is a very good choice, there are a lot and they work well. The only con is that it is very difficult to use them on breadboards, but if you want to solder a circuit, this is a very good choice.

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  • posted byAfonso360 on 07/10/2013

    There are alot of them, none of the ones i tested are broken, the leads easly fit into the breadboard,so contact its not a problem They are a bit fragile and you might not use one more than twice as they can break easly, i would not recommend passing a lot of current trough this They are cheap to... Read more

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  • posted byneo1erk4 on 12/17/2012

    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 Are rather thin and so after reuse, it can be hard to to push them into breadboards. Since they are thin, they also have a tendency to come out of It... Read more

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