We all know about radios, modifying them etc and seems now with thanks to Steve for the link you can now get the USA exclusive Johnny III Pro-tuned. What exactly is done I’m not sure as it doesn’t tell you but it adds $20 to the original price and can be bought from Effingham Illinois. I understand the writer to me is either waiting for or has the radio already.
ALL RADIOS ARE INSPECTED BEFORE SHIPPING FOR FACTORY DEFECTS COLD SOLDER JOINTS, BROKEN CONNECTIONS ETC.
OUR RADIOS GO THRU A RIGOROUS 8 STEP ALIGNMENT ON AM FOR OPTIMUM TRANSMIT PERFORMANCE FOR VERY LOUD, CLEAR TRANSMIT AUDIO!
JUST CHECK OUR FEEDBACK FOR OUR CUSTOMERS REACTIONS.
THIS RADIO WILL STILL BE COVERED UNDER THE MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY.
THIS RADIO IS FULLY FCC COMPLIANT WE DO NOT VIOLATE ANY EBAY OR FCC GUIDELINES.
WE ALIGN AND ADJUST THE RECEIVER FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE AND DISTANCE! WE GUARANTEE A MAJOR IMPROVEMENT IN HOW FAR YOU HEAR AND HOW CLEAR THE RECEIVER IS!!!!!!
ALL METERS ARE ALIGNED FOR ACCURATE READINGS ON AM!!!!!!!!
THE RADIO IS TUNED FOR BEST FREQUENCY RESPONSE ON ALL CHANNELS AM!!!
And can be shipped to EU under the “global shipping program” from eBay and that’s the reason of the post really. Many in Poland have asked me where to get the USA Johnny III and maybe this is the way. But remember the following things and this is important guys: No warranty, Not CE approved, Not legal inside EU, NOT backed or endorsed by GPE France, manufacturing maybe changed so it’s not what you expect (differences to EU version) And most of all, you’ll pay import duties and taxes as not from the EU lands. That aside the risk is of course yours and a President is a Uniden made radio after all.
Total cost of around $282 so that’s €249 / £197 for an AM only radio into Europe…. Just think about it…
Easier to have relatives or friends bring one over, go to USA for holidays. Importing seems a bad game.
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