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originlabs

This cute breadboard kit comes up with 6 different colors tiny breadboard bricks and a chassis. Each brick is 1.5cm x 2cm with 25 tie points. You can "Customize" your own breadboard by mounting the bricks onto the chassis.

Check it out: http://www.originlabs.cc/index.php?route=product/product&product_id=196


robtillaart

like the idea to have a breadboard in which "logical parts" have their own color, can be very educational
Rob Tillaart

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Lakes

1 Brick
5.90 USD    =    3.88017 GBP

MIni Breadboard in various colours £1.90, even cheaper if you buy from china.

I like the idea, but they should be made interlocking with having to use a baseboard and need to come down in price.

originlabs


1 Brick
5.90 USD    =    3.88017 GBP

MIni Breadboard in various colours £1.90, even cheaper if you buy from china.

I like the idea, but they should be made interlocking with having to use a baseboard and need to come down in price.


Hi Lakes,

Thanks for your comment!!I think you misunderstood the description. 5.9 USD is the price for the kit and it Includes:Green Brick x1,,Red Brick x1,Yellow Brick x1,Black Brick x1,White Brick x1,Blue Brick x1,Chassis x1.

Les't rock n roll : )


Lakes

Ah, ok much better. :)

Another suggestion, have a power supply strip rail/block that placed at the top and bottom of the baseboard.

originlabs


Ah, ok much better. :)

Another suggestion, have a power supply strip rail/block that placed at the top and bottom of the baseboard.


Awesome!!I like your suggestion!!BTW,We doing our grand opening discount these days.Check it out for details : ) http://www.originlabs.cc/index.php?route=product/special

JimboZA


3.88017 GBP



You normally work to 1/1000th of a penny?  8)
Repeal Ohm's Law

No PMs for help please

Lakes



3.88017 GBP



You normally work to 1/1000th of a penny?  8)
I don`t, but the online exchange rate calculator does. :P

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