Sprat on DVD 2017

                I have just been in touch with G3MFJ G-QRP club sales and he confirms

                                           A new Sprat DVD is now available.                        

                      As I have explained before but for those that don't read things.
     SPRAT is the journal of the G-QRP club and is well worth reading for all it's circuits
                  and QRP designs sent it via it's membership from around the world.

 Price for "members only" is £5 (6.5 Euro, USA $8.0, AU$9.5, and NZ$10.5) plus p&p
         non members price is £12 plus postage £1.20 (UK), £3.50 (EU), £5.00 (DX)

What they normally say to non members is join and you get a membership UK price for £6  which includes 4 Sprats per year, and then you can purchase the DVD at the membership price.

More details from the G-QRP Website http://www.gqrp.com/sales.htm

Join G-QRP club here http://www.gqrp.com/join.htm 

Steve, G1KQH, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from England. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Sprat on DVD 2017”

  • Roger G3XBM:

    SPRAT is THE magazine for me. If I had to give up the rest, SPRAT would be on my list for as long as possible. DVD sounds great value. 73s Roger G3XBM

  • Glenn W9IQ:


    Thanks for posting this but do take note that your formatting has gone pear shaped.

    – Glenn W9IQ

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