Re: Light Weight Paddle

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From: Paul Pike (ve1dy@eudoramail.com)
Date: Thu Jan 22 2004 - 16:54:07 CST


Hi Brent...

I use a the Palm Mini Paddle for both portable and at home.

It is very light weight and virtually indestructable, especially when in the closed position. The action is supurb!

At home, I have a heavy copper base it snaps on. When portable I prefer to hold it in my left hand, operating the paddles with my right.

You can order magnets with it, which will allow it to stick to your rig. A very good setup.

Also, there is a very small electronic keyer (option) that fits on the back of it.

I think you should check this one out.

http://mtechnologies.com/palm/

72, Paul - ve1dy

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DATE: Wed, 21 Jan 2004 22:18:27 From: "Brent Sutphin WB4X" <bsutphin@triad.rr.com> To: "Low Power Amateur Radio Discussion" <qrp-l@Lehigh.EDU> Cc:

>I am interested in finding a light weight paddle to use in the Spartan >Sprints. I am trying to put together a station for the Skinny Division. >Even though I have some small stuff, I am finding out how difficult it is to >stay skinny. Going by last months results, looks like I will need to try >and get down to around 1/2 pound total weight for the station. This is not >going to be easy. Any help or suggestions very much appreciated. > >Thanks >Brent WB4X > > >

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