David Clark Headset Wanted

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danelane2000
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David Clark Headset Wanted

Post by danelane2000 »

Hi!,

If anyone has a second-hand David Clark headset, that they could sell me or that you know of,
Price under ?100.

Email me at webmaster@ei-aviation.tk

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Post by RV BLUE »

I'm sure they are going to be an old pair for that price. I just baught a pair of Dave Clark noise cancelling for $675..my old pair cost me $350(H), only a couple of months old.

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Post by mrbungle »

Not true.

I bought a pair on E-bay, nearly brand new, H20-10's for ?164. They cost ?425 new in SouthAer !?!???
The headset was in perfect working order, mint condition, all paperwork with, just like new.

You just have to keep browsing and wait for a bargain.

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Post by danelane2000 »

thanks for the replies on that,

I know what your saying about South Aer, their such ripoffs.

Where i think is a good store and reasonable too is TransAir (www.transair.co.uk)

I bought my PPL studypack there for 200? STG


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Post by mrbungle »

Hmmn, I've said this many times before:

E-BAY !

It's the only place to buy your stuff. ?300 for a starter pack, T.Thoms books are always for sale there. Dirt cheap aswell.

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Post by Bearcat »

EBAY EBAY EBAY but with a 100 euro to spend forget it...you'll need to spend more for a decent one

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Post by Macnas »

Did somebody say Ebay?

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Post by Lionel Hutz »

Not sure I would want to sell, I bought mine around 5 years ago for $350 US and it is stil perfect I think I will be using it for at least another 10 yrs.

Peltor are very good Quality

But David Clark still appear to be the Best.

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Post by Flyer1 »

Stay away from Transair. They are much more expensive than Harry Mendelson,s.

Visit www.gps.co.uk for Harry.s site. Also you can get an Avcomm from Transair for ?99.00 Sterling.

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Post by Microheavy »

Be careful with Harry Mendelson's prices. You have to add vat to their list prices so everything always looks good.

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