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Old 17 November 2005, 08:11   #11
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The Icom M421 Simulators are still cheaper.
329.92 inc vat inc delivery inc co-ax inc power supplies.

We also have undertaken to supply simulators to schools direct.
This helps to keep the price to you as low as possible.

Sorry for the add JK but I wont to ensure the schools get the best value for their money.

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Ok Jon, I'll have a pair of them then please.

My god, they're right in front of me, that was damn quick, great service

(Saving up for the Navmans, but in response to my own thread, yes, someone does also have dsc simulators for hire - ME! I am now the proud owner of a pair of 421's.)

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Hasnt there been some confusion with these sets between training centres in the Southampton Area?

Jono
Don't worry Jono, I've phoned the CG and told them when and where I'm teaching, and what callsigns I'm using, so you can sleep safe and sound in the knowledge that my students DSC Alerts in the classroom will not cause a furore!
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Old 17 November 2005, 08:32   #12
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Nice one Jimbo

Hope all goes well at the weekend.
I would be very interested in any feedback from using the M421 sims on your course.

Am glad they arrived on time for you.

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Old 18 November 2005, 21:05   #13
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Booby trapped flight case

! Jimbo I have a very nice Zero case you can borrow for these if you want
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Old 21 November 2005, 12:58   #14
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! Jimbo I have a very nice Zero case you can borrow for these if you want
Thanks stu, but why would I need one of those?
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Old 21 November 2005, 16:46   #15
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They are shockproof and waterproof! and the case has a handle which makes it easier to carry the two simulators Psu's interconnects

It cost nearly as much as your sims
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It cost nearly as much as your sims
I always knew Icoms were comparative value for money
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Old 21 November 2005, 17:31   #17
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Touche!

By the way have you got a seat for an Avon 5.4 I can borrow for a while, is it down here!
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Old 22 November 2005, 04:29   #18
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The Ali cases from the likes of B&Q would do the job too.
All for 20!

Hope that helps
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Too right Jon, any cheap old case will do for those sets!

Guess who's PC Pete 7.25 forgot to log out of!
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Too right Jon, any cheap old case will do for those sets!
Cos they're so tough already????????
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