Breadboard - Small Self-Adhesive

Mountable miniature bread board. Each bread board comes with four mounting holes, interlocking clips to connect to more boards, and a strong adhesive backing. Measures 3.25"x1.75".

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Note: The holes on this breadboard are snug. It takes some force to insert a row of headers. We've found that simply plugging and unplugging a jumper into the holes loosens them up. If you're looking for a breadboard that will hold everything tight and not fall out, you might like this one.


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  • Member #651963 / about 9 years ago / 1

    Since the other comments all say that this breadboard is terrible, I'll just say that it's actually great for me. The other comments are from at least 3 years ago, so the product could have changed in that time, but it's perfectly snug for me. Not too snug, not too loose. I'm not doing anything heavy duty with it, just wanted a small breadboard for RPi projects, but it's been great for me so far.

  • Member #132310 / about 11 years ago * / 1

    Not at all worth the hassle. The holes aren't "snug", it takes Thor-like strength to get anything in or out of the board (assuming that it doesn't destroy what you're trying to plug in, of course).

  • mbarnath / about 11 years ago / 1

    This board is awful. Way too stiff! Breaks wires, breaks your fingernails, bends your parts, takes 20 minutes to get a single part in sometimes. Go for the mini breadboards instead.

  • Member #91752 / about 12 years ago * / 1

    I wouldn't recommend this breadboard. It's super stiff so you'll end up bending all your wires when you try to shove them in. The metal contacts inside also aren't springy, so if you plug in larger wires or pin headers, it permanently loosens the hole.

    I've used breadboards similar to the "Breadboard Mini Self-Adhesive" and have had a good experience, so that's probably a better choice. (Unfortunately it doesn't have power rails like this one though)

  • SimpleSDK / about 13 years ago / 1

    I bought two of these and they work great! Never had one problem!

  • LexTalionis / about 14 years ago / 1

    Does this breadboard fit the Mega ProtoShield?

  • MattTheGeek / about 15 years ago / 1

    Breaks and Bends 22 gauge wires.
    Great for small projects
    Breaks Wires
    To small for a making a Arduino unit
    Other Thoughts:
    I should of waited for the for the Basic Breadboard to come in stock.

    • Pixol / about 12 years ago / 1

      I had to use a tool like a
      Needle Nose Plier
      to attach a simple 22-gauge wire into this breadboard.
      I guess it's better than wires randomly coming loose but
      the "Breadboard Mini Self-Adhesive" is MUCH BETTER than this one (from my experience)

  • Davemaster / about 15 years ago / 1

    anyone knows if this is a 2mm pitch breadboard?

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