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Second hand ham gear in Europe


#1

Hi, I hope it still fits in the SOTA forum at Offtopic category.

Does anybody know any European website (other than Ebay) offering second hand ham gear for sale?
I am looking for LNR MTR3b transceiver and I do not see other places with offers - just QRZ.com, where usually US hams offer the gear - I would like to avoid cost of shipment and taxes, by buying in Europe.

Thank you in advance for any hints.


#2

G0FEX
Checkout the FleaMarket at G3CWI as qrz .com .
Cheers Ken G0FEX


#3

Thanks, Ken. I just checked and I cannot spot MTR3b at the moment, but will keep watching.
Cheers


#4

Try looking at HARO in Germany, they advertise that they take in rigs Part-exchange for new rigs, so they get a steady flow of S/H rigs coming through.

http://www.haro-electronic.de

73 Ed.


#5

Dear Konrad, You may want to check http://www.funkboerse.de under QRP. No MTR3b though.

73, Hans PB2T


#6

Ed/Hans - thanks, I will be looking at those from time to time.

Hans - by the way, thanks for your patience when chasing me at the beginning of my CW practice. :slight_smile:


#7

Romania has its own flea market website, but it is in our language. Take a look here:
http://www.radioamator.ro/mp/mp.php?a=1
Exchange rate 1 eur = 4.6 lei. You can use the search window, called "Cautare"
No MTR3b in this moment.

In France a good idea is to look here:
https://www.leboncoin.fr/annonces/offres/ile_de_france/occasions/?th=1&q=Transceiver
Select "Toute la France"
Good luck!


#8

Hi Konrad,
If you are struggling to find a second hand MTR you can buy from new within Europe at Kanga UK for 190 pounds roughly 210 euros.

https://www.kanga-products.co.uk/lnr-precision

73
Graeme
M0OAT


#9

Konrad, in the Netherlands we have the dutch site www.2ehands.nl. Look under “zendapparatuur” Quit a lot of hamgear…Rienus, PA0RBA


#10

Sorry; under “zendamateur”…


#11

Thank you all. I went for Kanga choice in absence of second hand MTR3b in the places I visited.

73!


#12

I am pretty sure there are a few Facebook pages that specialize in QRP and some EU equipment. HAM RADIO 2.0 is one example.

Kent K9EZ