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Thread: What's a "bright" LED?
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> They're dirt cheap too :-D

Compared with mail-order, that's an achievement that doesn't
require a lot of effort !!

If you're serious about getting a quantity of LEDs, it would be
worth getting in touch with a volume distributor like Arrow

http://www.arrowuk.com/

I've no idea of bulk pricing in Europe but I might expect perhaps
around NZ$15 (or less) / 100 (E7.25 / 100 -> E3.62 / 50) for
'average' utility LEDs, and upwards for higher performance.
E6.25 / 50 sounds like a reasonable deal but a distributor may
have a better price, especially for 100. And often it's more
economic in the long run to get 100 rather than 25 or 50

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