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Reviews Categories | Transceivers: VHF/UHF+ Amateur Hand-held | Pryme (ADI) PR-460 Help

Reviews Summary for Pryme (ADI) PR-460
Pryme (ADI) PR-460 Reviews: 2 Average rating: 2.5/5 MSRP: $(missing—add MSRP)
Description: ADI/Pryme Communications VHF/UHF 99 Channel Handheld
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KB1JSC Rating: 0/5 Nov 13, 2003 16:02 Send this review to a friend
Poor quality worse service.  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
The radio worked ok for about 6 weeks then the receiver went. Sent radio back to PRYME for repair and they lost it. That was over a year ago and still no radio!

Poor Quality and poor customer service. Don't ever buy from PRYME.
K6LCS Rating: 5/5 Nov 22, 2001 14:40 Send this review to a friend
Solid Performer  Time owned: more than 12 months
-Just 4.25" tall (same size at the amateur PR-222)
-aluminum chassis
-up to 100 channels
-38 CTCSS tones
-channel, priority scan modes, dual watch
-4-watts, user selectable lower power settings
-universally-available audio accessories
-BNC antenna connector
-NiMH battery pack standard
-low battery warning
-one year warranty
-DTMF keypad and DTMF paging are optional

This is a FCC type accepted COMMERCIAL cannot program it from the keypad. Either your dealer will program it for you, or you can purchase the PRO-4 standalone programmer (about $90).

This unit performs as advertised. I have owned several the past two years...and even use them when my company needs extra rental radios for our clients. They are small, easy to operate, and have excellent audio.

And they're well under $200 each.

Also in the line are models that cover 38-50 MHz and 136-174 MHz.

Clint Bradford, K6LCS / KAF3359

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