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I use this stuff http://www.conrad.be/ce/nl/product/604520/Kabel-voor-voertuigtechniek-FLY-Zwart-Per-meter-Leoni
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Awesome, thanks ! wink.gif
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Even though it's a 100 metre reel you might find it more cost effective to buy from Farnells. It depends on whether they charge for delivery.

I also like the wire that Rapid supply as the insulation is slightly thicker at 2.3mm and helps with 'training' the wires. Again cost effectiveness depends on delivery charges.
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Originally Posted by Big Elf View Post

Even though it's a 100 metre reel you might find it more cost effective to buy from Farnells. It depends on whether they charge for delivery.

I also like the wire that Rapid supply as the insulation is slightly thicker at 2.3mm and helps with 'training' the wires. Again cost effectiveness depends on delivery charges.

That is actually pretty cheap! I thought it would be around € 45 for 100m of decent 18 AWG wire. Thanks!
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By all means and not trying to just hawk my own goods here - if you can find it cheaper in other places please do, but I have tested my own wire and for heatshrink jobs I have found no better (for what I have tested and its been allot) then:

http://lutro0-customs.com/products/lc-custom-18awg-black-wire-25ft-thin-diameter

and for heatshrinkless:

http://lutro0-customs.com/products/lc-custom-16awg-black-wire-1ft
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Sadly, by the time your stuff hits the EU in addition to the shipping charge there's also import VAT charged (20% UK) plus a handling fee that makes it expensive.
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i sometime use coaxial cable at work since they have miles of this stuff. i think it was 50ohm of resistance which is pretty low i think redface.gif
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By all means and not trying to just hawk my own goods here - if you can find it cheaper in other places please do, but I have tested my own wire and for heatshrink jobs I have found no better (for what I have tested and its been allot) then:

http://lutro0-customs.com/products/lc-custom-18awg-black-wire-25ft-thin-diameter

and for heatshrinkless:

http://lutro0-customs.com/products/lc-custom-16awg-black-wire-1ft

I would love to get your stuff, because I know it's good stuff, but it costs a fortune to get it to Belgium =/. That's the biggest problem. If only you had some sort of selling point within Europe.
Does E22 sell your products yet?
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I would love to get your stuff, because I know it's good stuff, but it costs a fortune to get it to Belgium =/. That's the biggest problem. If only you had some sort of selling point within Europe.
Does E22 sell your products yet?

He is sorting boxes as we type. But more stuff needs to be sent.
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