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What is The Best Electronic Store On The Web?? (components, LED's etc.) PayPal Pleasee? Answered

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ben.witaker (author)2014-10-22

chonelectronics.com

Cons: long wait time for parts delivery, poor email contact, based in Thailand.

Pros: Cheap parts, good size selection, will let you know if they function nominally.

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nimaina (author)2014-09-24

I vote www.chonelectronics.com

The site is very easy to navigate and search for parts. Lots of selection. Great price.

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electronicca (author)2011-05-16

Hello , nice page that of led’s. I am here to tell you my webpage is and will be under development for long as I have no much time to deal with it.

I want those of you really interested in parts, drop me a message to :sales2@electronicca.com, I can beat many prices of that pages you show, I have brokers and good suppliers at china, there is a lot of fraud but I can do the hard work for you dealing with trusted Chinese suppliers and giving you a better price for your components, only notice delivery time to USA or Europe could be 4 weeks through registered post.

Do not expect answering next day, I have work manufacturing for people and not much time.


Thank you all and continue the good work.

Sorry for my English as I am Spanish.

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carllivesfordream (author)2010-02-27

The best I've seen so far is : www.HERO-LEDStore.com , Free Shipping Worldwide.
I have worked and have been a premier customer with them for two years and have a huge savings from this company.

Thank you

CARL

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electronicca (author)2009-05-09

Hi, i own a store there is not much on store but i could get for you and give you a better offer ( or at least try )for the lot of components you need ( any electronics ).

http://www.electronicca.com

I accept paypal i allready sell also in ebay the most competitive market, also anyone interested in resale i could supply.

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master key (author)2009-03-08

http://www.phenoptix.co.uk LEDs

http://www.sureelectronics.net Electronic storage and components

http://www.BGmicro.com Electronic components

http://www.jameco.com Heat sinks And a huge amount of components

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master key (author)master key2009-03-08

oh yeah they Don't all accept pay pal I don't think any of them do. sorry

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randomhat (author)2009-02-10

http://www.dealextreme.com/
Free airmail shipping worldwide, and they have, like, everything.
I don't know about absolute pricing for led's. It's like 1.87 for a 10 pack.

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Swishercutter (author)2009-02-08

I use Digikey just because they have everything I could ever need. Bit tough to navigate the site sometimes if you don't know what you are looking for. I don't remember if they take Paypal.

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UziMonkey (author)Swishercutter2009-02-08

Mouser has a better web interface. Also, anything that doesn't take Paypal can be used with Paypal anyway as long as they take mastercard. Install the PayPal plugin, generate a one-time use Mastercard number and let the plugin fill in the credit card info. I use this all the time for places that don't take paypal.

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Swishercutter (author)UziMonkey2009-02-08

I forgot about mouser, pretty good too. Digikey will send a paper catalog if you request it for free, again not much use if you don't know what you are looking for but some have an easier time using a "hard copy". We also have a Radar electronics close by that I can do "will calls" to avoid shipping. Anywhere but Radio scrap will do nicely though, most of what I have ever bought there has been inadequate in some way.

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UziMonkey (author)Swishercutter2009-02-08

Mouser will send you a catalog too. Though both digikey and mouser catalogs are so impractically huge, especially when the web interfaces are good like mouser's. It's just easier to go to a computer and look it up, rather than flip through 1,500 pages of impossibly tiny print.

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UziMonkey (author)2009-02-08

Another vote for ebay. Ebay is always good, you can get parts of dirt cheap direct from china.

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Sandisk1duo (author)2009-02-08

Electronic goldmine or ebay

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