Totaling 380 pieces, this M2.5 Screw Set is a must-have for your workstation. You’ll have enough screws, nuts, and hex standoffs to fuel your maker tendencies for days on end! M2.5 size screws fit almost all of the Adafruit breakout/dev board mounting holes (2.5mm or 0.1″ drill holes). Works great with Feathers, Adafruit breakout boards, Pi HATs and plates, and more! Since they are nylon you can file them down easily, and they don’t conduct electricity or interfere with antennas/magetometers.
This set even comes in always-fashionable Adafruit black.
Set contains the following black nylon pieces in a nice reusable storage container
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