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Review Summary For : Quick Reference Cards
Reviews: 5MSRP: 4.85 ea
Easily carried programming references that simplify transceiver programming tasks. Two styles of cards are available: a credit card sized three-page foldout for HT's, and a highway map sized unit for mobile rigs.
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AD6ZJ Rating: 2004-02-25
Great tool! Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
This little card put all of the relevant parts of my FT1500M multipage manual onto a easy to use card. Realy slick.
W4MY Rating: 2004-01-30
Really Useful Time Owned: more than 12 months.
A small amount of money well spent. Since I only use my IC-V8 occasionally, I'm always having to "relearn" how to use it. I carry my Quick Reference in my wallet and just pull it out when I need it. I get the most out of it when I am wearing my bi-focals though!

Good product! Highly recommended! 73

Marty W4MY
K6SDW Rating: 2003-07-27
Great resource.... Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Just got in the mail the Nifty Quick Reference cards for HF Bands Operating Guide -- a great resource, especially for mobile operation cuz the cards are laminated and tough!

My only complaint, the print size is pretty small forcing us hams over 50 to use reading glasses to read the print!!

Definitely worth the price!

KT6E Rating: 2002-06-28
I just picked up this Quick-Reference card for my Yaesu FT-50R Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Ever been out in the middle of nowhere and forgotten how to perform that vital function on your new radio? Some manufacturers make a reduced one-page set of brief instructions, but I found something better. Its called NIFTY QUICK-REFERENCE. It is a folded, plasticized, quick reference card reminiscent of the 'cheat sheet' you used in college. It is well laid out, logical, and covers all the pertinent radio functions. Its great for on-the-go and I like it better than the manufacturer's instructions because it takes you quickly through the steps to achieve a desired function rather than exhaustively explaining the knobs and buttons on your radio.
KF6ZCA Rating: 2002-06-17
Excellent Value Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Uaing the card I even discovered some modes that I didn"t remember my ft-2600 had. Simple instructions for setting everything I need my radio to do is covered in a very understandable format. I especially like the card's convenient size for carrying in my car.