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Default We could supply Krone module,MDF block,wiring block,STB module,Etc

We are a manufacturer specialized in producing
telecommunication&network accessories in China, such as Disconnection
Module, connection Module,110 Wiring Block, FT Module, Drop wire
connection Module, Cable Management, Protection Magazine, Patch Cord,
Insertion Tool, Face Plate, Fiber optic connection Module,
Distribution boxes, MDF blocks and networks cabling product, ect.
Sincerely want to set up business relationship with you!
We provide all our products with high quality but low price.
See more details in our website:
http:// www.longnantx.com

Do not hesitate to ask me anything you want to know!
Best wishes!

Sincerely:Edison
Tel:+86 574 63262298
Fax:+86 574 63263595

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On Wed, 8 Jun 2005 16:19:34 UTC, Mark Carver
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Super, but I'll stick to using Canford in the UK

http://www.canford.co.uk/commerce/pr...oductid=46-102


Actually, I was lucky enough to get a load of new Krone 237As on
eBay...even cheaper than Canford! Have a few left...

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Actually, I was lucky enough to get a load of new Krone 237As on
eBay.


But, as everyone knows, krones are always old and have a broomstick


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Bob Eager wrote:
On Wed, 8 Jun 2005 16:19:34 UTC, Mark Carver
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Super, but I'll stick to using Canford in the UK

http://www.canford.co.uk/commerce/pr...oductid=46-102



Actually, I was lucky enough to get a load of new Krone 237As on
eBay...even cheaper than Canford! Have a few left...


Ha ! never thought of that, next time Canford or our[1] other suppliers have no
stock I'll try ebay, the invoicing should give the accounts dept a laugh.

[1] "our" = large multinational electronics company


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In article ,
Mark Carver wrote:
Actually, I was lucky enough to get a load of new Krone 237As on
eBay...even cheaper than Canford! Have a few left...


Ha ! never thought of that, next time Canford or our[1] other suppliers
have no stock I'll try ebay, the invoicing should give the accounts
dept a laugh.


It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur. Bought
a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)

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Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
Ha ! never thought of that, next time Canford or our[1] other suppliers
have no stock I'll try ebay, the invoicing should give the accounts
dept a laugh.

It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur. Bought
a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)


And you can now sell 9,950 diodes for 3.50 ;-)

Owain


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It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur.
Bought a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)


And you can now sell 9,950 diodes for 3.50 ;-)


Heh heh. It's a fact that large quantities of components - even tiny ones
like transistors etc - usually go for *less* than 'manageable' ones like
say 50 or so.

I've now got more of the common transistors and regulators etc than I'm
ever likely to use.

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"Dave Plowman (News)" wrote in message
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In article ,
Owain wrote:
It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur.
Bought a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)


And you can now sell 9,950 diodes for 3.50 ;-)


Heh heh. It's a fact that large quantities of components - even tiny ones
like transistors etc - usually go for *less* than 'manageable' ones like
say 50 or so.

I've now got more of the common transistors and regulators etc than I'm
ever likely to use.

Dave Plowman

Then sell the excess on E-Bay. :-)


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Heh heh. It's a fact that large quantities of components - even tiny
ones like transistors etc - usually go for *less* than 'manageable'
ones like say 50 or so.

I've now got more of the common transistors and regulators etc than
I'm ever likely to use.


Then sell the excess on E-Bay. :-)


*Sell* 'stock'? ;-) Only as part of a finished item.

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In message , "Dave Plowman (News)"
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In article ,
Mark Carver wrote:
Actually, I was lucky enough to get a load of new Krone 237As on
eBay...even cheaper than Canford! Have a few left...


Ha ! never thought of that, next time Canford or our[1] other suppliers
have no stock I'll try ebay, the invoicing should give the accounts
dept a laugh.


It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur. Bought
a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)

Chuck us 1000 then, I've got 25p here

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raden wrote:
It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur.
Bought a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)

Chuck us 1000 then, I've got 25p here


Oi. The postage would cost more. And wot about my labour for counting them?

But if you seriously want some give me a mail. They're a bit crushed,
though. ;-)

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In message , "Dave Plowman (News)"
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In article ,
raden wrote:
It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur.
Bought a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)

Chuck us 1000 then, I've got 25p here


Oi. The postage would cost more.


I thought you were coming up to visit

And wot about my labour for counting them?


S E Asian rates ?



But if you seriously want some give me a mail. They're a bit crushed,
though. ;-)

Discount !!!

OK

I'll drop you a line in due course

I'm away this weekend

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Owain wrote in message ...
Dave Plowman (News) wrote:
Ha ! never thought of that, next time Canford or our[1] other suppliers
have no stock I'll try ebay, the invoicing should give the accounts
dept a laugh.

It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur. Bought
a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)


And you can now sell 9,950 diodes for 3.50 ;-)

Owain


Hi!
Thanks for the response by everybody!
I am Edison.

Do everyone in Great Britain buy Krone module and related
products from Canford or Ebay??

But Canford is our customer.They buy Krone products from
our company....

I don't know why you all want to buy the products with a
high price.....

Why not buy products directly from supplier in China??

By the way,are there anybody has interests to be as a
disbutor for us in Great Britain???


Thanks for response by everybody!!
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"Dave Plowman (News)" wrote in message ...
In article ,
Owain wrote:
It's an excellent source of components especially for the amateur.
Bought a box of 10,000 IN4148 diodes for 2.50 including postage. ;-)


And you can now sell 9,950 diodes for 3.50 ;-)


Heh heh. It's a fact that large quantities of components - even tiny ones
like transistors etc - usually go for *less* than 'manageable' ones like
say 50 or so.

I've now got more of the common transistors and regulators etc than I'm
ever likely to use.


Hi!
Thanks for the response by everybody!
I am Edison.

Do everyone in Great Britain buy Krone module and related
products from Canford or Ebay??

But Canford is our customer.They buy Krone products from
our company....

I don't know why you all want to buy the products with a
high price.....

Why not buy products directly from supplier in China??

By the way,are there anybody has interests to be as a
disbutor for us in Great Britain???


Thanks for response by everybody!!
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