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Radio 101 - The importance of the two way radio warranty


When shopping for radios, there are a lot of different features to consider. The most important feature of any two way radio is the warranty.

Wait a moment. The warranty is a feature? How? Why?

In this episode of Radio 101, Rick Savoia from Buy Two Way Radios and The Two Way Radio Show Podcast will explain why a warranty is important and provides a formula to determine how the length of a manufacturer warranty can help you calculate the quality factor of a radio.

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1 Comment

Good info. Do radio manufacturers offer extended warranties, and are they really worth the cost? From personal experience, if the radio does fail, it usually fails in the first year, under the normal warranty, or it keeps working for years after the normal warranty and extended warranty runs out. then it quits with no coverage. What are your thoughts?

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