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Author Topic: www.BuyTwoWayRadios.com = Source of Info (eg TYT DMR & others fr .CN)  (Read 922 times)
VK5CQ
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« on: July 31, 2018, 09:59:19 PM »

INTRO

Some may find the cost of their Chinese radios rising, due to "tit-4-tat"
tariffs from their Chinese suppliers... (Thanks, Donald... Not!)

Some may have aging political "reasons" for not buying what they
sometimes call "rice-boxes."

Most continue to look for "Value for Money," levels of Quality and
Features, in each radio, as they learn about it.

Any way you see the Radio World, you'll need Info to choose wisely
(&/or argue -against- buying from a land you don't like very much)

MY "PARTIAL" REVIEW

Well, altho I've never bought from "www.BuyTwoWayRadios.com"
I think their INFORMATIVE website sets a Standard, that ALL
vendors to Hams should STRIVE to achieve, or at least Learn From.

Info is all around their website, incl'g in periodic 30-45 min. Podcast,
downloadable as MP3's.

Each Podcasts has a detailed index of Topics/Radios covered in it.

Prices are shown beside radios (even when competing brands fall
on same web page).

And... you can list radios by Price (Low-to-High), etc.

This vendor works for the New Ham, buy making it easy to choose
a starter-rig within even modest budgets.

INVITATION

I invite others, who've bought from them to comment on aspects
of their performance, that I have yet to experience... but - judging
from what I've seen+heard, so far, on their website - I'd expect to
read, that they're a dynamic company - full of Hams, and/or at least
run by Hams, who mix Customer Service & Low-Prices to achieve
long-term success.

Am I right?  ;~)

PS Here in AU, suppliers - from AliExpress to eBay - have just been
hit with a new AU Gov't requirement that such online businesses
must Collect our Goods & Services Tax (GST), rather than continue
to let low-volume buyers enjoy a Tax-Break "Return-on-Investment"
(RoI) in our Internet services, and all the computer equipment we
need to [learn &] buy online.

So, we'd be hit by Both "Tit-4-Tat" Tariff-fallout (ie, price-rises) AND
an extra 10% Tax, based on those higher prices. :~(

We'll live... eg, to complain about it on-the-air! ;~)
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K6AER
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« Reply #1 on: August 06, 2018, 04:28:51 PM »

Looks like everyone is going after China trade policies.
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