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136) Rich 
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USA/France
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Saturday, 15 July 2006 04:33 Write a comment

Still very pleased with my Kent straight key. Even though I erred in consigning it to the basement during a half-dozen years of inactivity, it surfaced none the worse for wear. Did have to apply coats of good furniture polish to the wood base, though. Bit dried out it was. Think I'll get some furniture oil for it. May pick up a Titanic key when I am back in France.
135) Jeorme Stahl 
Location:
Oklahoma
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Monday, 10 July 2006 23:34 Write a comment

(135) Hello Robert,
Just got my Kent twin paddle key today and I wanted to thank you for all your help on getting it dispatched to me. It really looks like it will last a lifetime and I'm glad I purchased it.
Thanks again,
Jerome
134) Frank Veverka 
Location:
Fremont, NE USA
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Tuesday, 4 July 2006 17:58 Write a comment

Awaiting the arival of twin paddle. Got interested at field day this year.

73's

k 0 aja
133) Jerome Stahl 
Location:
Oklahoma, USA
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Friday, 23 June 2006 00:30 Write a comment

Hey Robert,
Do you have any idea when I can expect to get my Kent Twin paddle key kit? I ordered it on the 7th of June and paid thru paypal, order number 4561411, you confirmed my order on the 9th saying it would be dispatched around the 14th but I still have no idea if its been sent yet. I've emailed you several times this week but no answer from you. It would really be nice if you kept your customers updated on their orders and when the might expect them.
Thanks,
Jerome
132) B. R. Field 
Location:
Merriwa 6030 Western Australia
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Thursday, 20 April 2006 00:58 Write a comment

Just browsing the net and found your interesting Keys.
131) Kip Williams 
Location:
San Diego CA
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Friday, 31 March 2006 02:25 Write a comment

You have one more devoted fan. Your straight key is beautiful to look at and incredible to use. I was prepared to thank you for restoring the excitement of ham radio for me but there is more to it than that. Your key makes Morse code something it never, in 25 years of being licensed, has been for me - a pleasure! I appreciate your sharing your skill and art.

73
Kip W6KIP
130) martin stapleton 
Location:
Brighton, Michigan USA
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Sunday, 5 March 2006 00:22 Write a comment

After 30+ years I can still receive CW at about 20 wpm. Want to get into sending to, but don't know what kind of 'paddle' to buy. What is 'Iambic' anyway ?? I remember paddles or bugs where the keyer sent continuous 'dits' and the operator controlled the 'dahs'. Is this available ??

Thanks, martin
129) Randy Sly W4XJ 
Location:
Sterling, VA
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Thursday, 2 February 2006 18:36 Write a comment

I recently purchased a Kent TP-1 and have to say it is the nicest paddle I have ever used. Previously used a Vibroplex Square Racer but will never go back! Thank you, Kent, for superior engineering and ergonomic design!

Randy Sly W4XJ
128) MGBADA IGBOEZE 
Location:
LOME TOGO
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Sunday, 29 January 2006 13:56 Write a comment

VERY GOOD SITE AND COOL INTERESTING OK.
127) Howard Pepper 
Location:
Palm Coast, FL, USA
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Thursday, 26 January 2006 20:06 Write a comment

I just bought my Kent straight key, based on reviews from eHam.net. I can't wait for it to arrive, so I can take it on the air. I enjoy using the straight key, but my Nye Master Key just isn't comfortable for long rag chews. The Kent key looks to be just what I've been looking for. I'll use it on the air for a couple of months, then post another review.

73, Howard
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