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    Reduction in Yaesu/Icom prices on Flightstore

    Hi all,

    As per title.

    Up to you whether is is a bargain or not:

    https://www.flightstore.co.uk/pilot-...-low-prices%5D
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    Thanks Steve. They do seem to be good prices. But was shocked to discover, further down, Icom want 60 for cloning software! Unbelievable. Should be free, as is the (admittedly, not all that user-friendly) Yaesu software.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arielarts View Post
    But was shocked to discover, further down, Icom want 60 for cloning software! Unbelievable. Should be free, as is the (admittedly, not all that user-friendly) Yaesu software.
    Does that come with the lead? If not an additional expense, but if provided with lead, I'd swallow it.
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    Yaesu has a USB (mini or micro - can't remember which) socket, so no special lead required.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arielarts View Post
    Yaesu has a USB (mini or micro - can't remember which) socket, so no special lead required.
    Sorry, I was referring to the Icom option.
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    I know you were, it was just for info for readers of the thread...


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    still hideously expensive anyway, thats about 10% of the cost of a good microlight!!


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