Moonraker Dualband DMR

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Moonraker Dualband DMR

Post by kilimax » 16 Jun 2017, 08:24

Looks like an own name version of the TYT DMR Handheld available to pre-order

http://www.moonraker.eu/popular-product ... ransceiver
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Re: Moonraker Dualband DMR

Post by sec1223 » 16 Jun 2017, 12:39

200 quid... not a bad price.
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Re: Moonraker Dualband DMR

Post by kilimax » 16 Jun 2017, 14:21

sec1223 wrote:200 quid... not a bad price.
Same price as the TYT badged version. My reading of blogs and topics on here, suggesting price fixing so expect this model to be the same price in the UK regardless of seller.

Yes, it's not bad considering what you're getting but just a few weeks ago, £150-£160 was being suggested by dealers before they all vanished from their websites.

Anyway, I'm tempted but really would prefer a mobile variant.
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Re: Moonraker Dualband DMR

Post by Admiral » 16 Jun 2017, 21:47

Well the price fixing and exclusive dealer shenanigans has resulted in £199 for maybe 12 months, so a 380/390 at UHF and one at VHF works out a lot cheaper. Therefore I will be purchasing a 380/390 VHF to add to my two UHF ones instead of buying one of these at 100% dealer mark-up.
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