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Title: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on October 26, 2015, 06:57:42 AM
This is a list of places to purchase RailPro products.

Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: jimw on November 27, 2015, 05:02:52 PM
Hi Bill:

Two more sources for RailPro control systems are:

Litchfieldstation.com

Trainworld.com

Additionally, I believe the good people at Traintek will also do installations.

JimW
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on November 27, 2015, 05:16:19 PM
I won't be using this forum as an advertising platform, but I can say I have recently secured a Ring Dealer Account. By the end of next week you will be able to buy RailPro Products from my website as well.

Cheers!
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: KPack on November 27, 2015, 05:29:35 PM
I won't be using this forum as an advertising platform, but I can say I have recently secured a Ring Dealer Account. By the end of next week you will be able to buy RailPro Products from my website as well.

Sweet!

-Kevin
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: yvesmary on November 27, 2015, 10:54:23 PM
I've been buying sound modules from Litchfield. They have good prices, ship First Class Mail and are just straight south of me (well 1700 miles anyway).

Looking forward to see them on your website, Bill.

Yves
Ponoka, Alta
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: yvesmary on December 07, 2015, 10:55:01 PM
Bill,

Any update on your RailPro products on your web page?

Thanks

Yves
Ponoka, Alta
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on December 07, 2015, 10:57:50 PM
Got delayed by a funeral last week. I'll be posting my RailPro order pages a little later this week.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on December 11, 2015, 08:59:41 PM
I have updated the "where to buy" list.

I added Litchfield Station, Precision Design Co., and TrainWorld.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: nodcc4me on December 11, 2015, 09:40:12 PM
Here is another dealer Bill:
Hiawatha Hobbies


http://www.hiawathahobbies.com/Ring-Engineering_c_1994.html
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: yvesmary on December 11, 2015, 10:14:34 PM
Just ordered 2 sound module from Precision Design Co. Compatible prices considering the exchange rate and free shipping for us Canadians.

Thanks Bill

Yves
Ponoka, Alta
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: Ontarioeastern on December 25, 2015, 08:43:50 PM
looking forward to getting mine as well Bill 8)
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: SD90 on June 05, 2016, 09:09:31 PM
Yankee Dabbler is where I'll be getting mine from!
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: SD90 on June 24, 2016, 12:01:40 AM
Actually, I see PDC.CA has a better price CDN than any in the US, after you figure the exchange. I think I'll get my system from them! I see they have iPhone 4S speakers too!
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on June 24, 2016, 06:17:04 AM
And don't forget PDC.CA has free shipping in the US and Canada  ;)

I hope to have RPK2's in stock again next late week.
It's been a long wait.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: TwinStar on July 23, 2016, 12:50:59 AM
Bill:

Great prices. I haven't made any RailPro purchases in awhile but will be switching my business over to you. Thanks again for all that you do here.

Jacob
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on July 23, 2016, 09:01:44 AM
Thank you for your kind words Jacob!
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: gcarter1945 on May 29, 2017, 12:25:35 PM
FYI, Just tried the Accu-Lites link and they don't show any RailPro products.
Tried the other links and you tie for the lowest priced LM-3S and have the lowest priced HC-2.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on May 29, 2017, 12:52:49 PM
FYI, Just tried the Accu-Lites link and they don't show any RailPro products.
Tried the other links and you tie for the lowest priced LM-3S and have the lowest priced HC-2.

Thanks gcarter1945, I have removed the link for Accu-Lites.

Don't forget to factor in free shipping.  :)
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: carrson on May 29, 2017, 04:40:53 PM
I recently purchased my stater kit from Bill...ordered Friday...delivered Monday !!! I live in Niagara, nobody in the area has this product ...After looking around on EBAY it just made sense for me to buy from Bill. No US dollar exchange, no chance of having to pay duty and taxes at the border. Free Shipping.!!! competitive pricing...I jumped directly to RailPro from DC. I have never operated any other DCC system. After researching DCC products it was an easy decision for me. My 6 and 8 yr old grandchildren keep hogging the controller I only get it when they go home..!!!!

 
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on December 02, 2017, 09:59:18 PM
I added  Remote Control Systems of New England to the list today.
They are Battery Power & Large Scale Specialists.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: TrainManic on February 28, 2018, 01:51:06 PM
Well looks like I will be switching over to PDC. Lowest prices, free shipping and located in CA. No brainer for me.
This group is by far one the best I've been apart off.
Thank you to everyone, helping to make RailPro User Group amazing.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: William Brillinger on February 28, 2018, 01:54:26 PM
Quote
Well looks like I will be switching over to PDC. Lowest prices, free shipping and located in CA. No brainer for me.
This group is by far one the best I've been apart off.
Thank you to everyone, helping to make RailPro User Group amazing.

We're glad you found our group!

BTW: Located in CA --> That's Canada ;)  But I ship from North Dakota!
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: TrainManic on February 28, 2018, 02:34:24 PM
Lol, my mistake should have read into it more.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: DavidMcC on September 07, 2019, 11:46:52 AM
Willis Hobbies in Mineola (Long Island) NY is now a dealer.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: Mr. E on November 28, 2020, 09:55:09 PM
I recently purchased my Railpro products.  I was going to go with Model Train Stuff since one of the old store managers is a friend of mine. They are also close to me just down in Cockeysville MD.  But they did not have the HC-2 in stock.  Also the website was acting strange by not loading well and it was layering text in strange places or was partially covered up.  I went to Yankees Dabbler.  They had everything I wanted and it was delivered quickly.  They are in NJ.  I ordered the HC-2, (2) of the LM-3S and a CI-1.

I did go to Litchfield Station for (2) speakers and (2) step regulators to go from 3.7 v batteries to 12 v needed to power the LM-3S.  The (4) 3.7 LiPo batteries I order from Walmart.

I just picket up today a soldering iron from my local hobby shop and the soldering wire.  I also got the connector that matches the batteries and some heat shrink tubing.  Now it is time to begin putting it all together.
Title: Re: Where to buy RailPro
Post by: trainman605 on December 01, 2020, 06:15:40 AM
I went with Don Sweet at RCS of New England, You can actually talk with Don, or email him and he will get back with you. I received my first order from him on 11-29-2020, I haven't installed it yet, but have downloaded all the Ring/RailPro sites I need for downloading and updating my system as needed, sounds, etc. I played with the HC-2 and familiarize myself with it along with reading the manuals. I will probably watch a few more YouTube videos and just learn what I can, I enjoy learning first and then installing, usually it just makes the job easier and works the first time, well most of the time. I think I will be happy with the RailPro system, I think it's a good choice over other systems. G scale and battery power is my system.

trainman