Dec. 24, 2012
-- The Ham Gear For Sale website has a flux of used inventory coming in, due to many amateur radio operators trading in or selling their equipment just in time for the Christmas holiday. Many are selling due to free up cash in time for the holidays, whereas others have received upgraded, new equipment for Christmas, so are offloading their used ham radio gear. The site now has a larger selection of used Yaesu, Kenwood, and Icom transceivers for sale, compared to normal.
For those looking to save money or just looking for a good deal, buying used is a great way to save a bundle, while enjoying this 2 way radio hobby. They have many models ranging from as high as $1,000 to less than $100, so their is typically an option for nearly everyone's budget! You can view all their current ham radios for sale http://www.hamgearforsale.com/
. The inventory changes sometimes daily, however typically several models are available from newer DSP receiver technology to some of the vintage tube type transmitter and receiver sets that are sometimes collected due to their memories and antique qualities. Although the store specializes predominantly in modern and vintage hf rigs, at times they also carry linear amplifiers, power supplies, antenna turners, microphones, and related accessories related to the hobby. Antennas normally aren't available, as most Amateurs prefer to build their own, however sometimes how to antenna construction books and CDs are also present.
If you also have used ham equipment you want to trade in or just get rid of, check out their site at http://www.hamgearforsale.com/
to see what is currently listed. This Christmas flux of used inventory, means more deals and models to choose from.
You can go to the website to check out some of the equipment that's available and see what you can get in value by buying used, compared to some of the new models out today and their higher prices thereof.