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I still have loads of 5a & 15a screw connector block strips , I use the odd bit occasionally

just wondered if anyone else still buys & uses connector block or is it all Wagos now ?
 
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Always have some in my toolbox.
Mostly used for temporary connections and links etc for testing and fault finding.

Rare to use it for a permanent joint, I prefer wago type connections for that
 
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I have some kicking about but I can't remember the last time I used it.
Wagos for me every time now.
 
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I have some as well, the fancy ones with the tab under the screw to avoid trashing the cable, but would generally recommend Wagos.

The screw terminals I do still use are the DIN rail sort, though you can get sprung clamp ones for that as well.
 
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waiting for our yankee friends to recommend fire nuts. they still in the dark ages, hate wagos.
 
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found some 30 Amp rated today on 80 amp submit joint
 
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They have their places, but don't use them if I can Wago instead. Sometimes, as a temporary repair, they are ideal...I used one to connect a broken throttle cable on a Simca 1100 in 1974...perfect!
 
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Never for a permanent joint but for testing and fault finding etc they're very handy.
 
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