Products and Services

  • Electronic Components,
  • 3D Printing,
  • 3D Printer Filament,
  • Hardware,
  • Audio,
  • Battery Products,
    • Chemicals,
    • Development Tools,
  • more...
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Brands Carried

  • SparkFun,
  • MG Chemical,
  • Geeetech,
  • Pololu,
  • Adafruit,
  • Cana Kit,
    • Mbot3D,
    • Seeed Studio,
    • Arduino,
    • Osepp,
    • Velleman,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • English,
4131 Fraser St, Vancouver, BC V5V 4E9
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Meet the owner

In every sense of the phrase, Lee's Electronic Components is a family business. “My father, myself, my sister's helping out,” explains co-owner and sales manager Raymond Wong. “My wife is involved. It's pretty much everybody.”

And for more than 10 years, Raymond and his family have been providing electronics and hardware to tech-savvy Vancouverites – everything from the highly specialized (including integrated circuits, capacitors, and oscillators) to more mainstream fare like adaptors and smartphone accessories. Clientele ranges in age and interest, and includes students, professionals and members of the city's burgeoning DIY maker community, all of whom are ably served at two Mount Pleasant locations.

The tech business is in Raymond's blood; not only does he have a Bachelor of Technology in electronics from BCIT, but his father spent more than 30 years as a repair technician. “It runs in the family,” he says. “My Dad had been in the repair business, so I'd been helping fix things and looking at electronics my whole life. We used to buy from [Lee's] when I was still in school. So, we saw this opportunity and decided: 'Ok, might as well give it a try'.”

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    Terrible experience with the owner. When his employee was helping the customer, he had the audacity to not only yell at his employee for helping the customer but yell at the customer for wasting time. Bad electronics store with an even worse management. Stay clear.

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    Fantastic component selection, very knowledgeable, helpful staff. Do not understand reviewer who said otherwise..

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    Jordan Mclean

    Terrible customer service and not very knowledgeable with some of their products that are more technical, would not recommend purchasing through this store

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    Good Selection of parts

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