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Introducing the MAGNAKEYER

Discussion in 'Ham Made Gear' started by AE8J, Nov 28, 2017.

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  1. VE4DLA

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    I've started another coffee can for one of these....
     
  2. K3XR

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    Have key #015 now for about two weeks this is a very well made instrument and like the fact it's heavy and stays in place. Use it as a single lever key have never used iambic keying in close to 60 years on the air. Andy has made a great product at a very fair price.
     
  3. AB3U

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    I received #21 today and was blown away how much better it worked than my previous paddle. This one's a keeper!
     
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  4. VE4DLA

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    S'OK, I plan to develop the skill :D
     
  5. K7GT

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    Received S/N 023 a few days back. It is a beautiful and solid iambic paddle. Adjustments to the set screws were easy (once I found the correct size key). The paddle compares favorably with the Bencher Hexkey (of which I have three). The only minor issue for me is that the fingerpieces are lower than other paddles in my fleet. Perhaps variant fingerpieces could be made available? 73 K7GT
     
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  6. K3EY

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    Maybe place the paddle on a something to give it height, like a book. Personally that is my preference, low rider.

    I know one thing, being that was my field for over 40 years---the price is UNTOUCHABLE!!

    I would charge at least double that and probably more, and it's stainless no less!
     
  7. N2YG

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  8. N2YG

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    How about replacing the feet with taller ones?
     
  9. AE8J

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    The feet are screw on. Maybe some spacers between the base and feet would work.
     
  10. K7GT

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    Yes, I will likely replace the feet with somewhat taller ones. Putting it on something elevated is a crutch, not a solution. Can't beat the price and quality, though. 73 K7GT
     

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