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150pcs Solder Seal Heat Shrink Wire Connectors; 200pcs Heat Shrink Butt Terminals $9.07 + FS w/ Prime

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TICONN US via Amazon [amazon.com] has 150pcs Solder Seal Heat Shrink Wire Connectors; 200pcs Heat Shrink Butt Terminals $9.07 + FS w/ Prime or Orders $25+. Use code: 30A2JO6A

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Last Edited by Danzilla September 17, 2020 at 08:29 PM
Per Ticonn CS post, the 150pc solder connectors are $9.07 after coupon and $5 clip. The 200pc butt connectors are $12.30 after discounts. Possible extra 5% or more from Subscribe and Save options.

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In for the butts NICE ONE OP

i think you mean "150" in your description.

You may want to also put waterproof in the title/description.
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Just curious why you opt for butts over solder? Is there an advantage to butting versus solder?
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Just curious why you opt for butts over solder? Is there an advantage to butting versus solder?

I got the solder ones last time and haven't even tried them, just read horrible reviews so I will try them one day, but heard the butts are really the way to go in terms of tension/strain relief via the crimp as opposed to the awkward melting procedure needed for the other ones.
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I tried putting the 200 pc button connectors at $18.95 in a shopping card, the code only gave $5.69 off, the 5% coupon savings (on the product page) takes off another $0.95. The net before tax is $12.31. How do you get the net down to $9.07?
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Just curious why you opt for butts over solder? Is there an advantage to butting versus solder?
Butts are easier to use because you can crimp the wires one at a time. This secures each wire independently in place and lets you then use both hands for handling the heat gun. A butt's copper conductor also provides high tensile strength and is more reliable in situations where tension or heat are involved.

With the solder, you need to hold both wires in place while applying heat. Either requires three hands or an extra tool. However because crimping is not necessary, these might be faster to apply with proper tooling. A downside here is that the low temp solder might not be strong enough for high tension applications.
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These are good to have on hand for when something breaks. I used them to replace a fuze holder on my mower a few weeks ago.
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My cart totals more than the posted SD price even after the promo code and the discounts (see below).

How did you get to the price in your post OP?

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These are good to have on hand for when something breaks. I used them to replace a fuze holder on my mower a few weeks ago.
Or in an area where soldering would be difficult, like deep in back of your engine bay and about half way down your firewall. These would have saved me like an hour and half couple weeks ago. Gonna grab a set just in case, you'll never know when it might come in handy.
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My cart totals more than the posted SD price even after the promo code and the discounts (see below).

How did you get to the price in your post OP?

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Probably assuming 5 sub n saves so extra 15%
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HA! This is a deal about butts...

But according to the first page linked in the OP and the checkout pricing, the deal is for 30% off, not $9.07 for either selection, so the butt connectors cost more ($13.26) than the solder seal connectors ($9.07). Still a pretty good deal, though.
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Argh! I just spent this much at my local Walmart for 25 of these things because I needed them to fix a sensor wire on my car!

The other advantage of butt connectors beside those mentioned is that you don't have to know how to solder properly.

That said, a proper solder joint will be very strong, but also very rigid like the one demonstrated in this video: https://youtu.be/O-ymw7d_nYo
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Butts are easier to use because you can crimp the wires one at a time. This secures each wire independently in place and lets you then use both hands for handling the heat gun. A butt's copper conductor also provides high tensile strength and is more reliable in situations where tension or heat are involved.

With the solder, you need to hold both wires in place while applying heat. Either requires three hands or an extra tool. However because crimping is not necessary, these might be faster to apply with proper tooling. A downside here is that the low temp solder might not be strong enough for high tension applications.
Lineman splice solves all your problems.
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I got the solder ones last time and haven't even tried them, just read horrible reviews so I will try them one day, but heard the butts are really the way to go in terms of tension/strain relief via the crimp as opposed to the awkward melting procedure needed for the other ones.
Lineman splice and these connectors is as good if not better imo. You can pull a crimp off. You have to tear the physical wire to remove a lineman splice and solder connector.
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