QRPGuys is an organization of hams that offers budget and unique ham radio kits.
Our specialty will be low cost, high enjoyment kits for the builder that can be assembled in an evening or two. The criteria for our kit designs, are items that are unique in some way, combine features not normally seen, low in cost, and provide satisfaction in completion. Our kits are individually rated in difficulty from easy to build, to ones that require expanded skills. Our kits are limited in number, usually to a run of 100 units. We lean towards board only projects, however if an enclosure is indicated, we will provide directions for a homemade option in PCB material, or an inexpensive commercial alternative. Complete, detailed, illustrated manuals are always available on this website as .pdf’s for each product. We are always open to suggestions, and some of the kits we provide have originated from user requests.
To view our products use the dropdown product menus at the top of this page. To place an order, click the “Add to Cart” button on the product description page. For iOS users, clicking on the menu categories at the top will also bring up a separate page that individual product description pages can be picked from a list, or use the pages below in red.
We ship product via First Class U.S.P.S., once a week, domestic and international to all countries except Italy. Shipping rates are $4 USD domestic, $14 USD international, + $1 USD for each additional item. Your PayPal payment confirmation is your notification that we have received your order. Shipping is automatically calculated before you checkout. We regret the recent changes in US postal regulations resulting in the increase in international postal rates.
For devices that cannot use drop down menus, try the pages listed below for viewing the products.
Inquiries, e-mail to: email@example.com
Doug Hendricks (KI6DS) – logistic support, technical advice, kitting
Ken LoCasale (WA4MNT) – mechanical design, board layout, beta testing, documentation
John Stevens (K5JS) – web assistance, beta testing
Dan Tayloe (N7VE) – circuit design
Cliff Donley (K8TND) – circuit design