Legacy Wired Code 100 & 75 Joiners

Posted by Warren Bennett on

Hot off the heels of the Legacy Models Flat Bottomed Track range, Legacy models have announced another fantastic new product....

Legacy Models Code 100 and Code 75 Wired Joiner packs have arrived into stock!

Packs of 6 300mm high quality track feed wires pre-soldered to Legacy Rail Joiners. Compatible with Code 75 and Code 100 track from Legacy and equivalent track from all major brands.

Super-quick and easy to use – no soldering necessary!

These have just arrived into stock, order today for £8.95 per pack!

LTK-C100.6 Code 100 Wired Joiner Pack

LTK-C75.6 Code 75 Wired Joiner Pack

Why Legacy Wired Joiners?
We would recommend soldering droppers to rails if you can - but if you’re nervous about soldering (or just don’t want to) then these joiners provide the best possible way of connecting droppers to your track. Quick and super-easy to use with zero soldering!

Other brands have chosen to use lightweight wire which isn't fully rated for 5 Amps and only have a short length, making it necessary to purchase extension kits and additional products. They also only have 4 pairs of joiners in the pack (8 joiners in total). 
Legacy Wired Joiners also have a whole host of features not available anywhere else!
  • Heavier wire - rated for 5 Amps for DCC layouts (but also perfect for DC, of course)!
  • Longer wire - at 300mm, 100mm longer than equivalent products to give you more flexibility and an easier install!
  • More in the pack - 6 pairs of joiners (12 in total) in every pack, giving fantastic value for money!
  • Plated phosphor-bronze joiners - for improved conductivity!


The Legacy Models Flat bottom track has proven very popular since launch, Check out Jenny Kirk's recent superb video review of the track here:

View the full Legacy Models track range HERE

We currently have a fantastic offer on the track where if you purchase a box of Flexi track from us you can receive a free pack of joiners and track cutter!

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