Hi Jamie There should be no need to re-post your review. When you are ready please upload toMessage 1 of 6 , Dec 1 6:13 PMView SourceHi Jamie
There should be no need to re-post your review. When you are ready please
At 03:22 PM 01/12/2002, you wrote:
>Thanks Andrew. I'll fix that. Should I then resubmit it here for--
>more editing or just wait until I can upload it in the folder?
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Oh my gosh Graham. Thanks so much for catching that. YEs is that is exactly what I ment. 6.7 oz. Other than sleep dreprivation, I can t figure out how IMessage 1 of 6 , Dec 2 10:02 PMView SourceOh my gosh Graham. Thanks so much for catching that. YEs is that is
exactly what I ment. 6.7 oz. Other than sleep dreprivation, I can't
figure out how I botched that on so well.
Jamie in AZ
--- In BackpackGearTest@y..., "Graham Blamey" <gg@h...> wrote:
> --- In BackpackGearTest@y..., "Jamie" <jdeben@h...> wrote:
> > Owner Review of Motorola FR50 2-way radio
> Jamie, interesting review. I have a pair of radios similar to these
> but cheaper plastic casing, which we use when we do field work, but
> I've never used them while backpacking as we don't hike with a
> I can see how they would be useful in that situation though. Mine
> very light so I find it hard to believe that each of yours weighs
> more than my 2person tent ?
> > Weight with batteries 6 lbs. 7 oz (2.92 Kilograms)
> do you mean 6.6 ozs (187 g )
> :-) Graham