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Old October 14, 2012, 02:24 AM   #11
Pond, James Pond
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Just had a look at some of these R.U.Ready products.

I should point out that I'd be using this for my own training purposes, rather than anything else. My club has its own timers and we use those for comps.

For that reason, I'm happy to buy a lower spec, more basic model.

So, I see some of the cheaper models are classified as "no RF".

I'm sure it will be obvious what this is but I can't work it out.

What is that?
Do I need it for training purposes?
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