A $170 wooden box

For a moment I was gasping for air: $170 for a simple, wooden box to store your QSL cards, sold by the ARRL. Delivery to the Netherlands would set me back a whopping $220! Fortunately there are affordable ‘no thrills no frills’ alternatives like QSLprotect and HamStuff.


10 comments on “A $170 wooden box

  1. They forgot one feature. It has 340 DXCC QSL inside on your call and name. That way you don’t have to hunt DXCC and don’t have to pay for expensive DXpedition cards anymore. Considering that it’s a bargain! 73, Bas

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