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Alligator Clip with Pigtail (10 Pack)

This is a 10-pack of wires that are pre-terminated with an alligator clip on one end and a hookup pigtail on the other. Alligator clips are a staple item for any workbench or makerspace, and with these cables you will be able to easily incorporate those clips into a breadboard, development platform or anything else to which you would normally be able to attach a hookup wire.

Each alligator clip with pigtail cable has a wire length of 30cm (that's a little less than 1ft) and a male pin that easily inserts into a standard 0.1" connector. Each pack consists of five red cables and five white cables.

  • 5x Red Alligator Clip with Pigtail
  • 5x White Alligator Clip with Pigtail

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Useful to have on work bench

Well made. Good to have handy for prototyping/testing.

Great Tools to bring multistrand wires into a breadboard

I needed to test a design that involved combining multi-strand cable wires with solid strand digital wires on a bread board. The slick little cables allowed me to test and confirm my design without resorting to soldering header pins into a perforated board. Only downside was that the plastic cover on the alligator clip was a little too large and it would rotate and slip while trying to open the clip.