Amazon.com question

Amazon.com question

Post by snow » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 10:19:49

I noticed for the past couple years that Amazon.com just sells shortwave
portables, but no shortwave desktops,
no 2 meter radios, or ham HF rigs. Is this on purpose..it must be because I
yet to see them sell them on their site. Too bad, they may do fairly well in
sales.
 
 
 

Amazon.com question

Post by RHF » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 11:47:41



Quote:> I noticed for the past couple years that Amazon.com just sells shortwave
> portables, but no shortwave desktops,
> no 2 meter radios, or ham HF rigs. Is this on purpose..it must be because I
> yet to see them sell them on their site. Too bad, they may do fairly well in
> sales.

Snow - Interesting Observation -and- I Wonder Why Too . . . ~ RHF
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Amazon.com question

Post by dogbertmcdogg.. » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 18:48:48


Quote:> I noticed for the past couple years that Amazon.com just sells shortwave
> portables, but no shortwave desktops,
> no 2 meter radios, or ham HF rigs. Is this on purpose..it must be because I
> yet to see them sell them on their site. Too bad, they may do fairly well in
> sales.

Shhhh.... Universal Radio has cats on their website.  I would prefer
to do business with a company like Universal with hundreds of pages of
cat photos, than Amazon. ;)
 
 
 

Amazon.com question

Post by Stev » Sat, 18 Aug 2007 21:34:10



> > I noticed for the past couple years that Amazon.com just sells shortwave
> > portables, but no shortwave desktops,
> > no 2 meter radios, or ham HF rigs. Is this on purpose..it must be because I
> > yet to see them sell them on their site. Too bad, they may do fairly well in
> > sales.

> Shhhh.... Universal Radio has cats on their website.  I would prefer
> to do business with a company like Universal with hundreds of pages of
> cat photos, than Amazon. ;)

I kinda like the cat photos. Cats seem to be a long tradition with
radio enthusiasts. I wonder why.

Perhaps because walking a dog involves tearing yourself away from the
receiver?

 
 
 

Amazon.com question

Post by Stephanie Wei » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 06:26:45


Quote:

> Perhaps because walking a dog involves tearing yourself away from the
> receiver?

Not to mention that cats love sitting on top of radios.  At least mine
does.  He also owns the cable TV box. :)

Stephanie Weil
New York City, USA

 
 
 

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Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 06:37:43

Back in the 1960s, I owned a 1963 Volkswagen beetle car.One morning,
that cat was sleeping between the left front fender and the hood of my
VW.I was going to work.That cat stayed on my car all the way to the top
of the hill on my street before that cat jumped off.
cuhulin
 
 
 

Amazon.com question

Post by cuhu.. » Sun, 19 Aug 2007 06:40:19

My little doggy, she owns the couch.I think she thinks she owns me too.I
reckon I better take her out in the front yard for a couple of minutes
now.
cuhulin