(EU) Tips for selling websites?

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(EU) Tips for selling websites?

Post by 129jbc » Fri May 13, 2016 10:46 am

Hello everybody! :D

I would like to know, for the french people particulary and other from EU, what's your favorite site for buy the RPi0 with most of required components and who got a good shipping price? I found this https://www.electronic-shop.lu/EN/start but I don't know if they're receive stocks quickly (with the annonce of a new shipment on adafruit on the 16/05 if I understand..)

(on peut me répondre en Français mais s'il y a des réponses pour le reste de l'Europe ça peut en intéresser d'autres ^^)

Thank you!

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Re: (EU) Tips for selling websites?

Post by Bubble » Fri May 13, 2016 6:21 pm

Hi from Luxembourg,
Here is where i ordered most of my parts :

<http://www.kubii.fr/> France
Kit Raspberry Pi Zero Budget (was in stock last week-end)

<https://www.kiwi-electronics.eu/> Netherlands
3.5" NTSC/PAL TFT Display ADA-913
Lithium Ion Polymer Battery - 3.7v 2500mAh ADA-328
TP-LINK TL-WN725N 150 Mbps Wireless N Nano USB-adapter TL-WN725N (optional)
Pushbutton - 6mm - tall -10 pack COMP-PBL-6-10
10nF 50V capacitor (if I got it right, it will be needed to get sound out of the Pi, if you're not using a USB sound card)

<http://www.exp-tech.de/> Germany
Adafruit PowerBoost 1000 Charger
Adafruit USB Micro-B Breakout Board
Adafruit Mono 2.5W Class D Audio Amplifier
Teensy-LC

The most difficult pieces to find are of course the RPi0, but the screen and the battery could be tricky too.
I'm sure I still miss some stuff, but I think the rest can be found in a local electronic shop.

PS : Kiwi still has a few screens in stock, if you want to go with the adafruit one, I suggest you to place your order quickly & bon courage pour la suite du projet ;)

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Re: (EU) Tips for selling websites?

Post by Popcorn » Mon May 16, 2016 11:59 am

I'm a fan of Flikto.de in Germany. Also exp-tech.de is also good and they are responsive to emails and messages.

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Re: (EU) Tips for selling websites?

Post by Max » Mon May 16, 2016 3:20 pm

Hi !
I'm from France, and I ordered part like screen, battery charger, audio amplifier and speaker from http://exp-tech.de. I paid 9€ for the shipping to France.
I ordered my Pi0 from https://thepihut.com. It's 4£ the shipping to France. So you got the raspberry for 8£, so around 10€.
I found a french website, where they have some adafruit pieces : http://www.mouser.fr, but they are every time out of stock.

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Re: (EU) Tips for selling websites?

Post by Aiolia33Fr » Wed May 18, 2016 6:24 am

Salut
J'ai abandonné l'idée de trouver un Pi0 et je me suis tourné vers une modif de Pi2 (avec possibilité d'accéder à plus d'emulateurs)

J'ai acheté les composants sur Amazon, eBay et je viens de m'inscrire sur le forum et precommandé un circuit imprimé pour les 4 boutons...

Pour le reste, n'étant pas électronicien, je ne suis pas sûr d'arriver à terme...j'ai posé une question sur le forum pour m'assurer si je n'allais pas faire une connerie en connectant la carte vidéo au RPi2...j'attends une reponse...
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Re: (EU) Tips for selling websites?

Post by Fleder » Wed May 18, 2016 7:04 am

Aiolia33Fr wrote:Salut
J'ai abandonné l'idée de trouver un Pi0 et je me suis tourné vers une modif de Pi2 (avec possibilité d'accéder à plus d'emulateurs)

J'ai acheté les composants sur Amazon, eBay et je viens de m'inscrire sur le forum et precommandé un circuit imprimé pour les 4 boutons...

Pour le reste, n'étant pas électronicien, je ne suis pas sûr d'arriver à terme...j'ai posé une question sur le forum pour m'assurer si je n'allais pas faire une connerie en connectant la carte vidéo au RPi2...j'attends une reponse...
Would you mind speaking english here, please? Thank you.
Also, i believe you are in the wrong thread/forum.

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