Update – 27th June 2020: I have now restarted shipments for most items, though I am trying to limit physical visits to the post office. This is being done in several ways, including using pre-paid tracking, collection services and still on occasion, necessary visits to the post office.
Update – 1st May 2020: I have restarted shipments for just one line today. I hope to be able to re-commence shipments across the wider range soon.
Regrettably I have made the decision to temporarily stop selling anything which cannot simply be dropped into a postbox. This essentially means only selected electronic components will continue to be available for the foreseeable future. I have also restricted multiple purchases of the same item, in order that package values remain lower, and thus do not necessitate so many trips to the postal office.
At the same time, I have decided only to ship within the United Kingdom for the foreseeable future.
I do hope that you understand my reasons for these changes. It’s a worrying time – and I have a family to safeguard. Please stay safe everyone.
A new online store dedicated to the 1980s’ Dragon computer? Well yes, for now. It may branch out into supporting other computers/spares in time, but for now, this is pretty much all Dragon.
Those of you who follow the Facebook Dragon 32 group will know that I’ve sold a couple of types of add-on board for the Dragon 32/64/200 both on that group, and via eBay. This was the very successful lower case device (the Dragon 200E replica daughter-board), and the far more complex DragonPlus board – after which this site takes its name.
I’ve enjoyed making and selling these boards directly on the group, and via eBay – however, I decided the time was right to put together a proper store to group things together, as sometimes selling on Facebook felt like I was blatantly spamming the group. eBay can feel decidedly dodgy at the best of times – but when the item price is higher, this being the case with the DragonPlus boards, so too does the element of risk involved.
I also plan to upload some technical findings on here too – like oscilloscope traces, or logic analyser outputs that I’ve performed – which may be used later as a baseline for other people’s fault finding.