Japan Geiger Counter Demand Post-Fukushima Means Buyer BewarePavel Alpeyev
In Tokyo’s Akihabara electronics district, a Geiger counter sold under the Shanghai Ergonomics Detecting Instrument Co.’s DP802i brand name costs 65,000 yen ($800). For that price, twice the cost in China, it comes without a box, warranty or return policy.
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