[time-nuts] Picotest U6200A & Timelab
jimlux at earthlink.net
Sun Feb 12 15:48:03 UTC 2012
On 2/11/12 7:42 AM, paul swed wrote:
> Indeed interesting but the 5370s seem to go for $300-400 and this $1750.
> I had been lucky to get my 5370s pre-interest price accelerator so $50-75.
> Because who would ever want such a heavy thing?
> Much as I love the modern interfaces, size, quite, and low power
> consumption. The boat anchors stay. ;-)
But comparing "new with warranty" to "used" isn't necessarily a fair
comparison. What you're essentially doing is trading your labor (to
potentially make repairs) and risk for money, so the trade between the
two is highly dependent on your risk acceptance posture and your labor
It's also important if you need more than a "one-off" system.
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