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Operator G1... Anyone have one?


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Hi, Im new to this forum, new to gmrs as well...  

 

I was watching a video on this:  

 

Thought it was super cool so I got one and love it. Great piece of kit.

 

I was wondering if anyone out there has had any experience and/or interest in this little station...

 

Maybe there are a thousand posts on this already. If so please direct me to the existing posts.

 

Thanks!

 

I am not affiliated in any way with the company I purchased it from , just saying.

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Edited on 2/14/18.  To update my above post, I recently ordered the new Hardened Power Systems, Operator 115.  I also ordered a Midland MXT 115 from Amazon.  When I finally receive them, I will post a review.

I have ordered an operator G1 and I hope to have it in soon. anything I need to know?

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That's a cool looking unit. 

 

Some of the Hams use batts etc. from bioennopower.com to make their own power sources.

I hear this is good quality stuff.

 

One of the Hams has a family business that builds these into systems and sells them.

They are called   https://shack-in-a-box.com 

When I say "family business" I mean the kids actually are involved.

All of the kids are extra class hams.

 

Powerwerx also has some components but some of the hams say their chargers are noisy.

They generate more RF interference than the bioenno chargers.

 

Vince

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One of the Hams has a family business that builds these into systems and sells them.

They are called   https://shack-in-a-box.com 

When I say "family business" I mean the kids actually are involved.

All of the kids are extra class hams.

Those are very nice units, but rather expensive even considering the labor involved. I already own the equipment, but will contact they and see what they'd charge for everything except the IC-7300, IT-100, and 2m/70cm radio.

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