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Trilogy DMR Radios

Postby m0jfp » Sun Nov 06, 2016 3:39 pm

Just to let you know we now have a dedicated web site for our range of radio's
http://www.trilogy.org.uk and you can contact us at info@trilogy.org.uk

We took your feedback form the initial 850 / 990 and have created a hybrid model the 760 and have it on special offer over the next month.

Highlights
Trilogy / Kydera 760 : £70 http://www.trilogy.org.uk/?page_id=162
Triogy / Kydera 850 : £89 http://www.trilogy.org.uk/?page_id=22
Trilogy / Kydera 990: £120 http://www.trilogy.org.uk/?page_id=24
Trilogy / Kydera 550 (Mobile): £250 [url]http://www.trilogy.org.uk/?page_id=26
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We also had the 850 reviewed in this months Land Mobile magazine if you are able to see a copy.
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Re: Trilogy DMR Radios

Postby G0EHU » Mon Nov 07, 2016 2:46 am

Did anybody proofread your website?

After reading about "hand helps" and the "Brand Master" network in place of handhelds and Brandmeister, I did not look any further.

If the website is riddled with mistakes, how can the service be any better?
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Re: Trilogy DMR Radios

Postby Metradio » Mon Nov 07, 2016 12:53 pm

It is just a small club trying to earn some extra funds - not Motorola..

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Re: Trilogy DMR Radios

Postby G4RMT » Tue Nov 08, 2016 11:25 am

The thing I did note was that to somebody who lands there from Google, it's not actually clear that it's a ham website. If you realise the little ham features are amateur radio - like the callsigns and the chertsey tag, it makes sense, but an events organiser could get a bit confused - and after going to the trouble of having a web site, there are no prices or on-line ordering, which seems a strange omission.
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Re: Trilogy DMR Radios

Postby Metradio » Tue Nov 08, 2016 12:55 pm

I am sure James will be reading this and taking note...

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