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Old 08 September 2004, 20:00   #31
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Mine arrived yesterday, very very nice normall Icom build - should last as long as the boat.
How may years do you reckon you have left in your boat?
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Old 09 September 2004, 05:45   #32
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icom 421

so i take it that although it is being launched at the boatshow it is available now. if it is im going to buy one tomorrow.
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Old 09 September 2004, 06:10   #33
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Old 09 September 2004, 07:48   #34
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Fisher price toys V Icom 601

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I can't give you facts and figures on that as its brand new.
I am sure it will be built to our normal standard.
We don't build fisher price toys!
Come and see it at the show and see what you think

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Well I sell fisher price toys to most UK stores and our return rate is low as the Uk main distrubutor I must ask what are you saying !!! Are you refering to you do not build to as good a quality or simply implying its a stanard you hope to reach one day !!!! ( only joking Jon )

However on the 601 John as you are aware we are fitting them to many of our parker Ribs and I can say they are pretty good sets , easy to use and appear reliable. My own personal one has taken a pounding and has never failed. The only problem I have had as you know was removing the fist mike from the craft left the pins exposed and water could sit around the pins , however now rectified now you supplied a cap for me !May be worth a note not to remove and leave exposed to the elements without replacing with a cover ( although this would be common sense )

A bloody good set and would recomend to anybody ( shame about price tag though )
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Old 09 September 2004, 07:48   #35
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How may years do you reckon you have left in your boat?
Longer than me, and I'm only 33!
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Old 20 September 2004, 13:50   #36
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Dear Jon Brooks,

Many thanks for sorting our radio issue.

Very kind and helpful. Appreciate it very much.

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Old 21 September 2004, 03:42   #37
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Dear Jon Brooks,

Many thanks for sorting our radio issue.

Very kind and helpful. Appreciate it very much.

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No worries, glad to have been of service.
Anyone recomend a good cure for being boatshowed out?
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Old 21 September 2004, 03:49   #38
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No worries, glad to have been of service.
Anyone recomend a good cure for being boatshowed out?
Jon Great to meet you on Sunday. In answer to the above, there is only one answer:-

GO RIBBIN

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