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Author Topic: SOLD - MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case - SOLD  (Read 2547 times)

RadioRay

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For Sale is my tiny, MTR5b.  Ask anyone and they'll tell you that this is the go anywhere, 9 volt battery powered wonder radio for QRP CW. It draws only 15 milliAmps on receive - yup that means that even on a 9 volt battery, it will run a very long time. It's built by LNR Precision.  The case is a water proof 'kayaker' case: I'll take their word for it's waterproofing...



Here is what I am selling:

1x    MTR5b, I bought it in May and the receipt is included.

1x    American Morse mini-paddles / a $50 value, and modified by me to use a common audio cable (incl.)

1x    3.5mm,  mini-cable for paddles.

1x    Power cord.  The rig is designed for a 9 volt battery, and the MAXIMUM voltage is 12 volts. Do NOT exceed 12.

1x    Kayaker case, with room for your earbuds, batteries and your micro-paddle.

1x    FREE Insured Shipping in CONUS. ( French shipping is more expensive, I'll need to adjust the price :-)

IPrice is only 7 thousand French Francs or $360.00 with shipping - PayPal preferred, or will trade for a large farm in northern Idaho or north/west Montana. (It never hurts to ask - riiiight?)


Here is the LNR Precision page with more details.

http://www.lnrprecision.com/store/#!/MTR5B-Mountain-Topper/p/64137720/category=10468544


I'm not 'mobile' enough to put this to proper use - and I need some funding for another radio project I am wrenchin' on.

> RadioRay ..._  ._

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« Last Edit: August 23, 2016, 07:51:07 PM by RadioRay »
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gil

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Re: MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2016, 03:44:31 AM »
LOL, if I wan't broke I'd be tempted..

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RadioRay

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Re: MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case
« Reply #2 on: August 07, 2016, 06:55:57 PM »
Hey - for 7 thousand Francs, I'll fly to you and deliver it!  - --   sounds like a good idea, of you point us to a good cafe'.
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Re: MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case
« Reply #3 on: August 07, 2016, 07:31:37 PM »
You show up here and I'll play tour guide for free, including some wilderness radio camping, but if I have to pay for the plane ticket, I can think of a couple redheaded girlfriends who might take me up on such an offer ;-)
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Re: MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case
« Reply #4 on: August 07, 2016, 08:55:58 PM »
if I have to pay for the plane ticket, I can think of a couple redheaded girlfriends who might take me up on such an offer ;-)

Well, yeah, but are they Morse code wizards?

Priorities...
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Re: MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case
« Reply #5 on: August 08, 2016, 05:36:22 AM »
No doubt in a SHTF situation you'd be more useful Ray, though not in the same way!
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Re: MTR5b, American Morse mini-Paddles, Kayaker Case
« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2016, 01:57:11 PM »
Yeah - I have my uses. However, I insist that they be gender specific, in a conservative, old fashioned way ;-)
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