It's in his typing, can't you see it?How do you know he's from the UK?
Maplins are very good for walk-in purchases because of their ubiquity (well not quite but they are common). Never use their net-services so can't comment.If you are from the UK, I recall Maplin Electronics is fairly large over there. I've read this in articles... never used them myself obviously.
That's why I askedRadioShack is pretty expensive.
LEDs can be even cheaper that that. I often buy them around 0.20 Eur a piece.That's why I asked
I found 3 diodes at All Electronics for .80 cents (for the three). I had to get some at RS and they were $1.59 for 2....that equals 79.5 cents each. Talk about mark up.
Thanks for your responses!
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