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Old Apr 13, 2003, 04:02 AM
James Capparell
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Re: [RCSE] Ghosts of Christmas past lost model alarm


On Saturday, April 12, 2003, at 06:33 PM, Sheldon - YNT uDesign wrote:

> soaring@airage.com


Canterbury Sailplanes in New Zealand has a lost model alarm and battery
checker for about 20 bucks.

jim

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Old Apr 13, 2003, 04:02 AM
W7AAC
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Re: [RCSE] Ghosts of Christmas past lost model alarm

http://www.zagi.com has one for about 25 bucks look in the price list under
Gizmos

Bruce

>Canterbury Sailplanes in New Zealand has a lost model alarm and battery
>checker for about 20 bucks.


>jim


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Old Apr 15, 2003, 04:03 AM
Bill Swingle
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Re: [RCSE] Ghosts of Christmas past lost model alarm



Yes, the Canterbury Sailplanes locator is a nice little product! And Dave
the owner is a nice fellow to do business with. Amazingly, my order from
Canterbury Sailplanes arrived faster than mail from southern California.

http://www.canterburysailplanes.co.nz/

Click on RC Accessories and Lost Model Alarm. A nice little unit.

Bill Swingle
Janesville, CA
bill.swingle@adelphia.net

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Old Apr 15, 2003, 04:03 AM
Jack Strother
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Re: [RCSE] Ghosts of Christmas past lost model alarm

I use a YNT BC6
its worth the money..
You get an Alarm, a voltage indicator and a glitch Counter
and best of all YNT supports soaring and the Nats.
Check em out At
http://www.yntdesign.com/

Sales and service (if you need it) are the best I have seen
Thanks !!
Jack

At 07:54 AM 4/14/2003 -0700, you wrote:


>Yes, the Canterbury Sailplanes locator is a nice little product! And Dave
>the owner is a nice fellow to do business with. Amazingly, my order from
>Canterbury Sailplanes arrived faster than mail from southern California.
>
>http://www.canterburysailplanes.co.nz/
>
>Click on RC Accessories and Lost Model Alarm. A nice little unit.
>
>Bill Swingle
>Janesville, CA
>bill.swingle@adelphia.net
>
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Jack Strother LSF President
Loveland, OH LSF 2948
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