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revump

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Getting tired of the Weldex system. What are they making that is better?

Bob 06 SYA #4162


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revump wrote:

Getting tired of the Weldex system. What are they making that is better?

Bob 06 SYA #4162


What I did is linked in my signature line below.

There really is very little difference in quality among various systems, just in cost. Almost all of them use similar/identical hardware.


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I installed a system two years ago. Purchased from an ebay seller named leviathan_holdings that I read about on this forum. Good quality, and has held up well. The cable connectors are good, solid screw together types. Not the cheapest out there, but I've been pleased.

If you think you will ever want to add additional camera's, look for a monitor with 2 or 3 inputs.

leviathan_holdings ebay store link below:

leviathan_holdings ebay store

I have no connection with this vendor except being a one time purchaser.

I did a quick look at the offerings, and the prices have dropped in the last 2 years.

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