The great British export – Sprat on DVD 1974 -2017

You could say amongst our Chinese purchases what is there good from the UK for our hobby?

My new SPRAT DVD arrived this morning, complete in it's jewel case. Although a collaboration of designs and work from G-QRP members from around the world, you could say it is one of the best exports from the UK, putting knowledge right back into the Amateur's hands.

The DVD is well put together as always, an excellent scan of each magazine, with good indexing. Used in conjunction with your browser and PDF reader, you are right on top of each issue.

Revised right up to this current Autumn issue 2017 it has got to be a good stocking filler.

Of course you have to buy one to see if I am right, but I don't think  many will be disappointed, especially with the price!

See my previous write up about it's launch:  sprat-on-dvd-2017

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

2 Responses to “The great British export – Sprat on DVD 1974 -2017”

  • Bob KK5R:

    it would be nice if one of the stateside amateur radio outlets bought a big box of those CD’s and sold them here. This idea is for those who don’t do PayPal and have a way to pay for them that way. I suspect they’d not stay on the shelves very long. In fact, I’m going to try to get one of my friends to be the go-between so I don’t have to wait for the CD’s to show up here.

    Bob — KK5R

  • Graham G3MFJ:

    Thanks for the nice words about our Sprat-on-DVD. A stock of them is on its way to Dave W7AQK – [email protected]. Contact him for info on how to get one. He takes $$ checks

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