Over the years Tacticom has been at the fore front of testing, developing, retesting and bring to the market many new makes and model of two way radio. Increasing the competition and giving greater choice to end users.

Over the years Tacticom has been at the fore front of testing, developing, retesting and bring to the market many new makes and model of two way radio. Increasing the competition and giving greater choice to end users.

Like all good things it must come to an end therefor all of the models of radio under this page title have come to or are coming to the end of their useful life. This is mostly due to the manufacturers bringing the model to an end mainly due to not being able to source parts for these older designed radios.

The radios themselves are as capable now as they were at launch (some almost 12 years or more ago) however we now have limited stock of all the radio models under the "PAST MASTER" heading. These radios have sold by the thousands in some cases and are still in demand. With this in mind we will now only sell our limited stock of brand new E-Tech and Rexon model radios to existing user customers only.

We have good supply of E-Tech ES400 (UHF),  E-Tech EP100 (VHF), IS400 (UHF), some supplies of new Rexon D800 and RL300 and many service parts for Abell and Unimo radio models previously sold.

We carry a large supply of spare parts for service and repair for all E-Tech and Rexon , however batteries for some models (Rexon RL328) may become a problem in the near future.

Apart from being the original HYT distributor in Scotland and closely partnered with the original HYT UK distributor, we have helped to develop radios from manufacturers and brands such as Abell, E-Tech, Unimo, TTI, Unier, Tekmax, Rexon and many more in our search for the perfectly developed radio.

Our search for the perfect radio has led us to testing literally hundreds of radio models from dozens of manufacturers from around the world and you would be surprised how many radio makes and models we reject after our extensive testing, you would be shocked by how many other companies then adopt that failed radio model and sell on to end users. 

One of our Mottos is "Where we lead others follow". Unfortunately this does not mean they adopt our standards.