“We are sorry to announce that Icom has discontinued the IC-7851 HF All Band Transceiver. Since its launch six years ago, the IC-7851 has been Icom’s flagship radio and the dream rig for most radio Amateur because of its engineering quality, performance, and range of features.
We want to thank those customers who purchased this radio. From feedback, we know that they have been very pleased with their purchase. Rest assured, accessories, spares and backup for this product will remain available for the foreseeable future.
We are just looking forward to seeing what Icom have planned next around the corner.”
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