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Motorcycle Electronics available at Radioworld!!!

Did you know that Radioworld is Canada’s largest reseller of Garmin ZUMO Motorcycle GPS products?  Radioworld has the right gadgets for every powersports application and they are NOW ON SALE

For the most thrilling rides you’ve ever had, get motorcycle-specific navigation tools that bring the excitement you want with the awareness you need. These navigators are tough enough for the road and full of features that make it easy for you to get on your bike, pick a winding route and just ride.

Keeping in touch while on the road…

Radioworld is also the leader in helmet to helmet communications offering BLUETOOTH products from Scala, Sena, UCLEAR and J&M as well as wired helmet solutions from J&M and IMC.  Whether you are traveling in small or large groups, or a single rider/passenger, we have the right communications system for you

 

Catch the action and preserve it in time with a POV Camera!

Don’t forget to turn your exciting times and adventures  into everlasting memories that you can share with your family and friends by recording your rides, tours and fun on a POV Camera.  Radioworld carries the complete line of Garmin VIRB Series, GOPRO and DOD Action Cameras!

                   

Taking a long ride? Late summer trip? A gift for your riding partner?  There is no better time to buy than now during our Motorcycle Electronics Sale!

In the dark ~ What can we expect during the solar eclipse on August 21, 2017?

This kind of thing only happens once every few decades in North America and on Monday, Aug. 21, 2017 the sun, moon and Earth will align to create a full solar eclipse that will cover most of Canada and the USA.

Some south of the border may get a bit better glimpse (Oregon to South Carolina) but for those of us further north anywhere from Vancouver to St. John’s will still be treated to a celestial spectacle not seen in some time.

The luckiest Canadians are those in the west, who will see nearly 90 per cent of the sun go dark around 10 a.m. PST. As the eclipse moves farther east, the sun should be obscured by about 80 per cent in lower Alberta and Saskatchewan, 70 to 75 per cent in northern Alberta, Manitoba and western/central Ontario, 60 to 70 per cent in eastern Ontario and Western Quebec, and finally 60 per cent or less from Quebec City east to Newfoundland.

This year will bring many impressive and eye-catching astronomical and celestial events. In fact, 2017 has already started spectacularly – with Quadrantids Meteor Shower on January 3rd.

The total solar eclipse that will cross the US on 21, August will probably be the biggest sky event of the year. But be prepared for meteor showers, lunar eclipses, close planetary pairings, Supermoon and plenty of other incredible shows in our skies.

Also, many important space events are scheduled for 2017. Many space missions will start this year, but, some of them will end spectacularly and dramatically. Here are some of the must-see sky events of 2017. Be sure not to miss them!

PERSEIDS METEOR SHOWER, AUGUST, 12, 13

You don’t want to miss one of the best meteor showers of the year. Almost 60 meteors per hour will be visible during the night. These meteors are debris produced by comet Swift-Tuttle which was discovered in 1862.   These meteor showers run annually from July 17 to August 24.

The bright moon will not be able to block out the meteors view since the Perseids are very bright and numerous. The celestial show will radiate from Perseus constellation, but it will be visible anywhere in the sky.

CASSINI’S GRAND FINALE, SEPTEMBER 15

After more than 19 years since launching and more than 12 years studying Saturn, its rings and moons, NASA’s Cassini spacecraft will finish its epic voyage. Cassini Spacecraft has entered the first phase of ts final mission on November 30, 2016 and it has already sent astonishing photos of Saturn’s surface and Saturn’s mysterious hexagon-shaped storms.

The Grand Finale, the last phase of the journey, will begin in April 2017. During this phase, Cassini will make the closest-ever observations of Saturn, mapping the planet’s magnetic and gravity fields with exquisite precision and returning ultra-close views of the atmosphere.

On September 15, spacecraft will send collected information and will end its mission by crashing into Saturn. Cassini has toured the Saturn system since arriving there 2004 and during its journey, has made many discoveries, including a global ocean within Enceladus and liquid methane seas on Titan.

CONJUNCTION OF VENUS AND JUPITER, NOVEMBER 13

The two bright planets will be extremely close in our skies at dawn on November 13. The conjunction will occur very low to the horizon in the eastern sky. The two brightest celestial objects in our skies will appear to be extremely close, appearing only 0.3 degrees apart. This close encounter will be spectacular and impressive, so be ready for it before the Sun rises!

SUPERMOON, DECEMBER 3

This will be the only Supermoon for 2017, so prepare your telescopes and cameras! Everyone surely loves the big, bright, orange Moon, so this is one of the sky events you don’t want to miss. Supermoon occurs time after time, due to the Moon elliptical orbit.

When the Moon achieves its closest approach to the Earth on its orbit, it can look 13% bigger than usually does. The Moon will be located on the opposite side of the Earth as the Sun and its face will be will be fully illuminated. Astronomers suggest looking out for the Supermoon when it is low in the sky just after sunset or before sunrise. At this position, the Moon looks bigger and brighter, because you can compare the apparent size of the Moon with elements in the landscape like hills, foliage, and buildings.

GEMINIDS METEOR SHOWER, DECEMBER 13, 14

There is a good reason why the Geminids is called the king of meteor showers – it is considered to be the best shower in skies. It can produce up to 120 multicolored meteors per just an hour. This celestial show is visible annually from December 7-17. Actually, Geminids meteor shower is produced from left behind debris or space trash by an asteroid discovered in 1982. The shower can be viewed by most of the world in the constellation of the Gemini (Twins), from where the meteors will radiate. The 2016 Geminids meteor shower was matching Supermoon which brightness interfered with the view of the meteors. That will not happen this year – the sky will be dark enough for the excellent show.

Telescopes, Night Vision, Binoculars and more NOW ON SALE!

There is no better time to maximize your perspective and take advantage of these great celestial events than to buy your star gazing equipment at Radioworld during our Optics and Solar Eclipse Promotion at Radioworld running July 26th – August 27, 2017.

Hunt at Haiwatha – June 25, 2016 Toronto

Radioworld presents the HUNT AT HAIWATHA on June 25, 2016

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with special guests
Tim “Ringy” Saylor and “King” George Wyant from Diggers
(sponsored by Garrett Electronics)

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The tickets for the Hunt at Haiwatha are now available on a first come first serve basis. Tickets for the day are $75 per adult, $40 for kids 12 or under.

This hunt will take place on Saturday June 25, 2016 at Centre Island, Toronto. (Haiwatha Islands) from 10 am to 5 pm.

This promises to be the BIGGEST AND BEST HUNT ever seen in Canada and we invite EVERYONE to participate!

  • Organized Hunts with GREAT FINDS
  • Historical Finds Hunt – Details to be announced on site only!
  • Metal Detecting GAMES AND CONTESTS for all ages
  • AWESOME BBQ lunch and refreshments provided
  • Giveaways, prizes and a chance to win Metal Detectors from GARRETT ELECTRONICS!

You may order your tickets online, in the store, emailing <diane@radioworld.ca> or calling us at 416-667-1000

MORE INFO:

I have negotiated a $99 per evening rate for attendees as follows;

Four Points by Sheraton
Toronto Airport
6257 Airport Road, Mississauga, Ontario L4V 1E4, Canada
fourpoints.com/torontoairport

Link to info https://www.starwoodmeeting.com/events/start.action

Or call the Reservations Department at 1-800-565-5769 or directly at 905-678-1401 and identify themselves as being with Radioworld.

The day’s events will include seeded hunts, metal detecting contests, raffles and draw prizes and a unique “TREASURE HUNT” like no other! Details for this special hunt are top secret and will be only disclosed to registered attendees at registration! We will also be offering complimentary refreshments and a BBQ Lunch for all Registered Attendees.

SPECIAL GUESTS – The Hunt at Haiwatha is pleased to announce the following special guests that will be attending this event;

“King” George Wyant – Diggers TV
Tim “Ringy” Saylor – Diggers TV
Steve Moore – Garrett Metal Detectors
Steve Zazulyk – The Curse of Oak Island – Season 1
Pete Anderson – Anderson Detector Shafts
Ryan Fazekas – Anderson Detector Shafts
Dan Dawson – Canadian Metal Detector Forums Owner/Moderator (Daniel A.)
Bruce Campbell – Canadian Metal Detector Forums Moderator (2nd Old Man)

You may order your tickets online, in the store, emailing diane@radioworld.ca or calling us at 416-667-1000

More details added as they become available….

 

Minelab Month at Radioworld

I would like to announce May 2015 as Minelab Month at Radioworld.

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During the entire month of May, Radioworld will have exclusive sales on selected Minelab product flanked by a FREE “GOFIND” Launch Party on Saturday May 30, 2015.

We will invite all detectorists this FREE EVENT for a day of fun and good fellowship.

Browse the flyer below to see a list of events, specials and details about our GO-FIND Lauch Party on May 30th, 2015

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Yaesu Month at Radioworld

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May is YAESU Month at Radioworld.  We are offering exclusive giveaways, Instant Savings Coupons and Extended Warranties on selected radios all month long (while supplies last).

Be sure to take advantage of the great savings offered with the Yaesu Mail-In Rebates too!

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GO-FIND Launch Party at Radioworld – May 30th, 2015

Radioworld is pleased to invite all Detectorists young and old to our Minelab GO-FIND Launch Party on Saturday May 30, 2015.

GOFIND LAUNCH PARTY 2015

The day will be fun-filled, informative and be full of surprises. We will introduce the NEW GO-FIND Series of detectors and the NEW GPZ-7000 GOLD detector as well as have three great guest speakers talking about their hunting experiences and techniques!

Throughout the day, we also invite guests to test drive a Minelab Metal Detector and “GO MINELABBING” for a chance to win a PRIZE!  If you fall in love with any Minelab Detector that day, take advantage of our EXCLUSIVE MINELAB DETECTOR and ACCESSORIES SALE that day!

All SPECIAL DEALS are exclusive to registered event attendees and will not be advertised or offered elsewhere!

To register for this event, please email <events@radioworld.ca> or call the store at 416-667-1000 ext 124 and speak to Diane – Certified GOLD Trainer and Certified Minelab Reseller.

SAVE BIG AND FIND GOLD with Minelab at Radioworld

SAVE BIG AND FIND GOLD with Minelab at Radioworld/Radioworld Central

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Radioworld is offering exclusive Purchase Bundles to our customers during this special Minelab Gold sale April 1st – May 30th, 2015

  • XTERRA705 GOLD  BUNDLE $829.99 (includes detector, Minelab Carry Bag (3011-0200) and ProFind 25 PinPointer)  Reg $989.00 

  • EUREKA GOLD BUNDLE  $1149.99  (includes detector, Minelab Carry Bag (3011-0200) and ProFind 25 PinPointer) Reg $1309.00 

  • SDC2300 BUNDLE $3750.99  (includes detector, Minelab Carry Bag (3011-0200) and ProFind 25 PinPointer)  Reg $4010.00 

  • GPX5000 BUNDLE $4999.99  (includes Minelab GPX5000 ProPack, Minelab ProFind 25, Minelab Carry Bag(3011-0200)  , Coiltek ELLIPTICAL 18 X 12″ MONO GOLDSTALKER Coil C020010Reg $6740.00

  • GPZ7000 BUNDLE $9999.99  (includes detector, Minelab Deluxe Carry Bag (3011-0200)  and ProFind 25 PinPointer)  Reg $10269.00 


    Don’t delay, cash in on super savings today !