This is a notice to inform any existing clients or any prospected clients to no longer place orders.
It's not that bad, read on.

I am currently in fourth year Electronic Engineering, back in second year I had the time to do business and run around to clients. I can no longer do that, either I am studying for some test or I'm working on project, and as my project leader had put it, I should get my priorities in order. I have taken it to heart.

I will still sell things, but not all of it. I still have thousands of LED's, but I just don't have the time for it. Arduinos and breakout boards sure, its in a nice packet I can just carry around, but to count 90 LED's for someone is just wasting time for me. I will list alternative vendors below:
  1. Communica

    They are terrible, hardly has stock and service is poor, but if one of the guys below doesn't have it might as well try.
  2. Lantis

    Great. Not far from campus, helped me well the one time I was there, and as far as I can tell the closest to the operation I ran, which is lowest possible prices to beat anyone elses prices. They helped my out of a situation when I needed something badly, so I'd say they are pretty decent and should be the first place you look if searching for something.
  3. Electronics 123

    The shop that sparked my interest in electronics, right down the road from my old high school. They are fairly decent, has a little bit of everything. Not the best prices, but they have some pretty interesting things that some of the other vendors don't have.
  4. Botshop

    I only recently discovered this place. They are quite cheap and will provide you with some valuable knowledge if you ask. They are quite small, like Lantis, but same story. Try to beat everyone elses prices by keeping it low. Nice guys, would definitely recommend.

I didn't want to go there, but I'll keep it as neutral as possible. Seeing the current political climate in South Africa, it feels less and less assuring for someone that looks like me to start a business in South Africa. So to say it nicely, I don't think I will be opening the business again after I'm done with final year. I would much rather open a new business in another country. I want to say more but I'll leave it there.

On top of me not having time, South African Customs had been making it harder for me to order bulk from overseas, including horrendous import fees. It's not that it's not feasible, it's just that there is so much money going into things that shouldn't and because of that, me supplying would very soon become economically no longer feasible. As for up to this point, it's been very fun and feasible and proved to me personally that I can run a successful business, and I will take this experience with me when I decide to start another business in another country.

If you read to this point, remember I do still sell things, I have a lot of stock left, just not things that waste my time and I also wont be replenishing stock that runs out. I don't know what I'm going to do with the website yet, might migrate it to another country's domain, there's a lot to do with it.

Kind Regards
Welcome to the LawTech website!

Our main goal is to distribute quality electronics to anyone and everyone at the lowest possible price. We mostly cater for hobbyists, electronics enthusiasts, makers, university students, etc..

We wish you find what you're looking for, and if not, let us know so we can stock it.

If delivery location is outside Pretoria, we use Postnet2Postnet courier at R99 (at the time of writing, January 2018). This should not be accepted as a universal rate, and may change at any time.

View our FAQ page HERE for any clarification.

Step into direct communnication with us following the Whatsapp link below:

LawTech reserves the right to refuse service to any person with or without a reason.View the complete LawTech Policy hereLawTech ©2016-2020