Tagged: New Jersey
- October 21, 2018 at 6:26 am #106982
I was making up cables for an R-60/18 console and lost the pin removal tool that Wheatstone sells under part number 850032 (Waldom P/N W–HT–2023)
Took a quick drive over to the local electronics emporium, Green Brook Electronics. They had it in stock, but suggested that I try the demo Waldom W-HT-2285 pin extractor instead.
Took all of 10 seconds to decide on the upgraded tool. No more numb fingers from using the “economy” factory tool!
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- October 23, 2018 at 6:52 am #107013
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i am amazed that green brook electronics is still in business!!!
me and my dad used to frequent that place in the 80’s / 90’s i grew up in hunterdon county
glad to see they are surviving.
- October 23, 2018 at 1:50 pm #107016
Actually expanded recently. Very popular with the maker and first robotics crowd as they stock the small stuff that’s a pain to odder from the web.
- October 23, 2018 at 1:50 pm #107018
Actually expanded recently. Very popular with the maker and first robotics crowd as they stock the small stuff that’s a pain to order from the web.
- October 24, 2018 at 5:04 am #107020
Honest to God, man … if there is something you cannot find anywhere else, just point your browsers toward New Jersey.
How many kids of another era used to get the Edmund Scientific catalog in the mail from Barrington NJ? While they don’t have the retail store anymore or the same wacky crap they did years ago, the good news is they are still in business. Lenses, lasers, mirrors, they’ve got it all.
And how many of us … shall we say older gentlemen … got a Danelectro or Silvertone guitar as a birthday present decades ago? Throw a nod to Neptune City NJ, because that’s where they made them.
Thanks New Jersey. And thanks Green Brook!
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