I just got another one of those, too, Brett.... I wanna have
a back-up. There are several E100s, new in the box on ebay right
now. The going price is about $50. I suspect that the supply will
be soon exhausted.... it is such a good little radio.
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At 08:45 PM 4/30/2008 -0400, you wrote:
I just ordered an E100 from
Durham Radio via eBay; they still have several left on a
"buy-it-now" auction at $49. I'm anxious to try it
On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 3:03 PM, John H. Bryant
- I'm the wrong person to ask.... Gary and the Technical Committee
(Gil, Kevin S., Joe) are the ones that rule on such. The E100- was
actuaqlly just a cubic inch over the 20 cu./in. general size limit and
has neither a switchable pre-amp nor switchable IF filters, either of
which would tend to rule out a candidate radio.... So, the E100 is
likely fairly unique. The among things that have been on the market
for a while. The new E1100 hasn't ben tested or evaluated for
inclusion in list of Ultralights. It doesn't have direct
10-pushbutton frequency entry, but may be quite similar, otherwise.
I hope so. It retails for just $60 as opposed to the $100
pricetag for the E100.
- At 01:30 PM 4/26/2008 -0400, you wrote:
- Given the dwindling supply, are there any "equivalent"
current Grundig/Tecsun models that might also be contenders for this
class of radio?
- Brett Saylor
- On Sat, Apr 26, 2008 at 1:15 PM, John H. Bryant
- I should also mention that an E100 just went for $46.00 Friday night
- on ebay (to one of us, I hope) and there are several others
- on the auction site, too. If I remember, they start at a
- higher price, but still at a real discount from suggested retail
- price. This wonderful little radio has been discontinued by
- if you think that you would like to have one, NOW IS THE