A few weeks ago we launched our own LARS shop containing Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society and SOS Radio Week branded clothing and items from the RNLI merchandising catalog.
We are now pleased to announce the launch of our Amazon shop. We have selected a range of lifeboat and Amateur Radio related range of books, videos, clothing (general Amateur Radio related – LARS and SOS Radio Week branded clothing is available from our own LARS shop), electronics and miscellaneous items from the vast Amazon catalog and placed them here on our web site.
All products ordered through our Amazon shop will not cost you a penny more than if you’d bought them through Amazon.co.uk, but they will earn us referral fees of at least 5% on each sale. All money received from our Amazon shop will go towards the running of the society.
Fancy a new Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society shirt?
Want to look smart at your next SOS Radio Week event?
We’ve got just what you need – a new range of clothing sporting the SOS Radio Week 2011 logo, or the Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society logo. All items can be personalised for a small fee to include your name and callsign.
What better way to shout to the world about our great hobby and interest in lifeboats.
Visit our shop and have a browse.
Don’t forget, this coming weekend (30/31 October) is the Llandudno Rally.
Why not pop along and meet us, sign up for SOS Radio Week, join the Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society, meet some fellow members and see the extensive range of antennas on offer from one of our principal sponsors – the Snowdonia Radio Company.
During SOS Radio Week 2010 we trialled a revolutionary online application for Amateur Radio operators that showed visitors which stations were operating, on what frequencies, what their future operating plans were and their QSL details. It was a great success, so we’ve launched the online software for all members of the Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society and participant in SOS Radio Week to use free of charge.
Read more about it on our Software page.
This year’s National Hamfest was a great improvement over last years event – the organisers had pulled out all the stops to make this a truly national affair and very successful it was too. It was also a successful visit for the Lifeboat Amateur Radio Society that saw eight new members join.