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86) john otoole 
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Monday, 5 April 2004 00:32 Write a comment

many thanks for the kt1 key its very smooth to use
73 john
85) Jan Pieter Oelp PA3CLQ 
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Sunday, 14 March 2004 05:34 Write a comment

Its a pleasure for a 'telegrafist' to see your "candystore"
84) John Davies 
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Friday, 5 March 2004 21:59 Write a comment

I have just received my KT1 in the post and been on air for an hour or so with it. It takes about 5 minutes to get used to the feel, then you are sending effortless Morse. It feels very similar to the Marconi 365 and JRC professional marine keys. The Kent KT1 is quite a find.
83) Stuart G0OUD 
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Sunday, 22 February 2004 02:09 Write a comment

I have had my Kent straight key for over 14 years now, it is still in perfect working order and a joy to use. I would have no hesitation in recommending your products. Excellent website you have.
82) Derrick Webster M0BDD 
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Sunday, 8 February 2004 10:07 Write a comment

Very good webpage have got all three models of the famous Kent Keys plus morse trainer, as I teach morse at my local Radio Club. I only use the paddle key now as I have got a glass arm with the screws Hi Hi.
81) Neal Enault 
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Sunday, 1 February 2004 16:21 Write a comment

Purchased a Twin Paddle this week. Fantastic! I have no other straight key or paddle that has such fine adjustments and HOLDS them! Good work guys.
80) Alex, HB9DTA 
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Sunday, 25 January 2004 18:01 Write a comment

Dear Sirs,
A friend of mine sold to me your Vail's replica which is a very
nice key. Please allow me to make some suggestions and considerations. I would have left away the gum feets under the wooden base or eventually use some self-adhesive transparent gum feets. Furthermore I would have used normal brass and a darker brown wooden base. Otherwise it is a very nice and high quality reproduction.
Vy best 73, de Alex, HB9DTA
79) Michael Hill 
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Sunday, 25 January 2004 02:49 Write a comment

Good to finally see the Kent website! I purchased the iambic paddle key about 12 years ago directly from your factory. It eventually ended up on the business end of a Heathkit HW-8 feeding an OCF dipole (102') through 80' of ladder line. This resulted in many enjoyable cw contacts to Europe (east & west) and even a few into the former Soviet Union. A friend of mine was so impressed by my new paddles, I bought one for him, too!I'm not currently active on hf (location) but when I do resume hf I will be ordering the KT1 key - it looks like a real beauty! Congratulations on your absolutely top notch products for the discriminating operator. 73 de va3mh
78) Michael Steiner 
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Monday, 19 January 2004 11:42 Write a comment

I purchased your double paddle key and found it to be the best key my fist has touched. It adjusts like a watch. The workmanship is beautiful.
Best 73,
77) Ellis Seddon 
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Tuesday, 13 January 2004 08:10 Write a comment

Amateur Radio VE4AJO
Very nice site and some great keys!
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