Wonfor v Dunn Bake-off for fun

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Re: Wonfor v Dunn Bake-off for fun

Unread post by _D_S_J_R_ » Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:11 pm

southall-1998 wrote:
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I've never heard any of Colin's creations. I admire your hard work and efforts, Colin.

Keep it up!

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It's years since I heard a Claymore, but it was very good as I remember. I think the Quantum stuff I distantly remember (good too by reputation) was to do with Colin as well but I don't remember having hands-on experience with these.
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Unread post by southall-1998 » Wed Jan 17, 2018 3:23 pm

Would like to hear the Claymore someday. I've been using a Brio-R for almost a year now.

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Re: Wonfor v Dunn Bake-off for fun

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Wed Jan 17, 2018 4:41 pm

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Col - One bad experience doesn't break a business. I have had my odd problems with eBay and Paypal, but dwarfed by the problems getting retailers to pay for goods, even if they sell them.. I would not now be in business without eBay and Paypal, give them another chance.
Advise would be most welcome on how to handle them.
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Unread post by Dr Bunsen Honeydew » Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:06 pm

Just put up with their occasional wrong decision etc, big companies have lots to deal with. Just take off your dealer mark up and put them up at ebay, making listings is pretty easy, they even help you if you ask. Then tell all the forums (you can do this I can't) about your new wonderfully low prices, product built to order, and if you can make a sample available for loan, and insist on reviews from borrowers and customers, that is your marketing.

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Re: Wonfor v Dunn Bake-off for fun

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Wed Jan 17, 2018 5:18 pm

Oh shit I was hoping I could use fairy dust and bullshit he he

Thanks I will get my mate Hugh to look into it he is better at writing than me.

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Re: Wonfor v Dunn Bake-off for fun

Unread post by mules » Fri Jan 19, 2018 7:27 am

I'm still using an Oberon and am extremely happy with it....Colin will no doubt let us know the similarities with the Claymore.

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Re: Wonfor v Dunn Bake-off for fun

Unread post by Colin Wonfor » Sun Feb 11, 2018 10:36 pm

The Oberon was designed after the Claymore and has some of the design attributes but with a few new tricks I learnt in the 10yrs between the designs.
The design was going to manufacture by Mark Sterling the company that did the TOCA monster amps.

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Phew thats better

And these went further with better components to the TQ SECA amp the Iridium

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And another leap to the SECA kit I do.
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