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    Senior Member Lighttouch's Avatar
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    I think you've hit the jackpot

    https://www.1stchoicemobility.co.uk/...&productId=840

    All you need is a portable ramp to get it in and out of the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martyn View Post
    And on that note, I've just won an auction for a Drive Enigma Energie powered chair for £80 with new batteries.
    I doubt it's the best there is out even close, but if it gets me out when needed, I'll be happy
    Congratulations let us know how you get on. Good luck.

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    NHS Wheelchair not suitable

    I am about to buy a radio. Just casual ragchew and casual dxing. Ability to deal with QRM probably most important feature. Not involved with computer functions at all......think ham radio 30 or 40 years ago. Dependability is very important to me. Can you give me a reason for NOT buying a 7300? Can you think of something that would better suit my needs? Thanks........Bill

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