Oregon TP329 2 Way Radios - £19.97 Collect Instore @ PC World
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Oregon TP329 2 Way Radios - £19.97 Collect Instore @ PC World

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Found 16th May 2008
Not the highest spec but great for the kids etc. Elsewhere seems to range from £35-£40+ with postage. Seems to be some around too, found stock in Leeds, Manchester, Bolton, Wrexham, Swansea, Wakefield, Bristol, Bolton, Colliers Wood, Birmingham, Hull, Bristol, Barrow in Furness etc

Ultra small & easy to carry 304 Channels (8 channels each with 38 sub channels). Up to 3km range Dual handset charger with adapter Backlit LCD VOX function for easy hands-free conversation Key lock function Key tone function Roger beep function Power save function Auto power off Battery status indicator Channel memory recall Volume control Durable rubberised finish for easy grip Weather & shock resistant Up to 22 hours battery life Re-chargeable batteries included with 2 year Oregon warranty,presenatation case and manuals.

FEATURES:
Compact design and durable finish
Range of 3km
Choice 304 channels
Ideal for skiing trips
Key lock
Backlit LCD
Complete with rechargeable batteries
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Original Poster
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None in -

Dundee
Perth
Edinburgh
Stirling
Kinnaird
Aberdeen
Glasgow
East Kilbride
Braehead
Ayr

So that rules out a fair bit of Scotland for these. Great buy if you can get them though.
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I purchased these last year and they are rubbish! my advice save an extra £10 any buy some that work
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there are better ones on amazon.

asandwhen do you have ones you could suggest?
Original Poster
asandwhen;2111245

save an extra £10 any buy some that work


I'm sure I - and others - would love to know what, and where, we can buy an alternative for £10 that 'work'? The posting was for one particular brand and model, £15+ cheaper than anywhere else. It may not be a top quality brand but it's still the cheapest.
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whizzkid;2111412

I'm sure I - and others - would love to know what, and where, we can buy … I'm sure I - and others - would love to know what, and where, we can buy an alternative for £10 that 'work'? The posting was for one particular brand and model, £15+ cheaper than anywhere else. It may not be a top quality brand but it's still the cheapest.



read my post properly i said "save an extra £10" meaning save up £10 and spend £30. I ended up getting some binatone ones and they work fine. I got them for when I went on holiday with another family and we drove - could speak to the other family in there car even when they were a mile up the road. these are the ones I ended up getting johnlewis.com/230…009

£29.95 at john lewis
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well most reviews I've read disagree:

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Perhaps other owners of these will let their views be known. As already stated, these are £15+ cheaper than anywhere else.
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whizzkid;2111653

well most reviews I've read … well most reviews I've read disagree:]http://catalog.ebay.co.uk/Oregon-Scientific-TP329-14-Channels-2-Way-Radio_W0QQ_fclsZ1QQ_pidZ57354105QQ_tabZ3]http://www.ciao.co.uk/Oregon_Scientific_TP329_8_channel_PMR__Review_5559951]http://www.amazon.co.uk/2-Way-Radio-Twin-Walkie-Talkie-Charger/dp/B0006FOARIPerhaps other owners of these will let their views be known.




Im sorry if my experience with these offends you I was just telling you my experience - I had to return them as they didn't work.
Original Poster
Not at all, everyone has their own experiences with a product, whether good or bad
They are only really the 8 PMR frequencies - when they claim 304 channels - it is really a squelch code at the start of each transmission that will permit the other radio to try to ignore other transmissions on the same frequency.
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