GLOBAL GEEK TOUR: Lamington market Mumbai, India

Posted on Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012 in Global Geek by DP

Heart of Lamington market . Oldest street. Many big names in India got started here.  Follow the pics live with our twitter feed.

More pics below the fold.

Wide range of switches. No doubt!

SMD part store. Window full of reels

Requirement of any market led stands!

More leds . They always work in pairs

Remote control shop

connectors in Lamington market

Solar panels on the street. 12v 20w $30

Joystick switch at Lamington road button show

Checking out stepper motors and gears

Tools and parts through a tunnel

Miscellaneous stalls

Salvage parts on the street

Beer tower. Well deserved after a hard day of geek touring

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One Response to “GLOBAL GEEK TOUR: Lamington market Mumbai, India”

  1. I love the small TP-Link add in a corner.

    In france this beer tower is a “giraffe”. Is this name an international one?

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