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How say correctly?

I want buy a micro usb type b connector in lunchtime. I want buy a micro usb type b connector at lunchtime.

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At is better.

Examples:

He visited his friend at lunchtime. He spoke to her at dinner. They laughed together about it at breakfast.

Using during would be better than in.

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Maybe, both are correct

She likes to meet clients at lunchtime.

We sometimes play ping-pong in lunchtime.

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