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Philmore .110" Non-Insulated Quick Disconnect Terminal (Box of 100)

$4.95 (USD)
0.96 Ounces
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  • Product Description

    Important Note

    These do not feature open end crimp. Sold as box of 100 QTY

    The Philmore .110" Quick Connector are closed loop connects for wiring projects. These fit pushbuttons that uses .110  terminal microswitch such as Sanwa OBS series, Seimitsu PS-14 and PS-15 series, and GamerFinger pushbuttons.

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    1. Gets the job done

      Easy to use--didn't need any special crimpers. I haven't had much experience with the other type but these were a cinch and look better than the hardware store terminals I've seen other modders use. Holds tight, gets the job done, and couldn't ask for more. on Aug 25th 2019

    2. 5-star

      Does the job for the good price. The grip is good, it is tight, hard to plug in, meaning it is hard to unplug. I noticed the material is somehow fragile, but as long you don't crimp to hard, you will not break anything. on Feb 4th 2017

    3. There very good

      Easy to fix and the replacements are easy to install anytime I need new pieces I always get them from FA. Best place on the web including Amazon because they just sell you something FA are gamers who use it and kno what you want. on Dec 31st 2016

    4. Works

      It works, however as most people have reported there is no tab to easily remove the qd from the prong. Be careful and hold as close as you can. on Aug 15th 2016

    5. DIY FTW

      If you're like me and your OCD acts up for messy wiring, these are perfect for that sexy cable management.

      Warning: a tool, time and elbow grease required if you're using this.
      on Jan 20th 2016

    6. good disconnect

      This is good disconnect work just fine but you can't disconnect them quick you will need pin or tweezers.

      oddly i received the best 110" disconnect from china when i ordered joystick PCB they had small thing you can press then you can release the disconnect

      take a look at my build here
      on Oct 19th 2015

    7. Does the job

      Does the job but is not of equal quality to other disconnects. There is no tab to depress that releases the hold. Instead you kinda just have to reef this thing on and off your buttons. If not careful you can very easily break the switch into the button. So works but be careful! on Sep 1st 2015