Paid Review - The supplier offered to refund the purchase price of this item in exchange for a review. It's an item I was buying anyway. This article was written before receiving the refund.
For the last 30 years, for small projects I usually use "veroboard" style stripboard stuff designed on squared paper, or etch a PCB by hand or from Eagle, but I've seen various makers on youtube doing things with prototyping board, which I haven't used before. I decided to buy some from Amazon, and the supplier offered a refund if I wrote a review.
This isn't just a review, it's a micro-project, too.
I've got a lot of ESP82xx based devices around me, in light fittings, heaters, sensors, displays, consoles and data loggers. When develeping code or programming these devices, I usualy have to mess around with jumpers and links to reset and flash them, so a little board to make that easier would be nice.
See my video of assembling this mini project to see how the boards cope with normal and lead-free solder, and how easy they are to use...
Summary: It works. It's cheap with next day delivery.
Recommend it: Maybe.
Buy it again: No.