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Old 15 June 2011, 04:12   #1
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Trade members - any deals on handheld VHF?

Looking for a (preferably floatable) Icom or Standard Horizon handheld VHF please. Any trade members doing any deals please or anyone know of a good deal out there for a fully UK spec model?
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Old 15 June 2011, 04:25   #2
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Have a look on our Icom page, I will get some prices for the floating Horizons too. The M23 is finally out, it is a great light radio but has soft power and is quite large - certainly floats though!

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Thanks Martin - I have a preference for ICOM so the M33 at 125 looks good - best price around too. Will PM you.
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Great

Got a price on a Standard Horizon HX751E for you, 115.00 delivered.

Floats, 6w transmit.
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That's a bloomin' good price too - which one to go for now though??
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If you were considering the M23 I would go for that over just about any other handheld, it is so light and the battery life is great.

Out of the M33 and the HX751E then the latter, just because it is more robust really. But they are both great radios.
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