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A beautiful handmade paddle by I1QOD
« on: December 27, 2010, 11:31:05 AM »

Hope it helps with CW, i sure need all the help I can get   ;)

Bought another one. This one has a black base. 355 Euros shipped to Thailand, 340 Euros sh&h to DL.
Glad my YL isn't frequenting this forum or I would have some explaining to do  :o
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Re: A beautiful handmade paddle by I1QOD
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2012, 08:31:26 AM »
I like the paddles made in Germany by Scheunemann. I have every paddle they make. You can buy them in the U.S. here:

I have two of the the Portable 3, one in the U.S. and one in Thailand.

I also have several very small, ultra portable paddles. My favorite are the Palm, also made in Germany and sold in the U.S. on the same site.

I have 3 Elecraft KX3's on order with the paddle made for them than is attached to the radio. The first of the KS3's should be shipping soon and I'm hoping to get it certified here in Thailand, even if I have to pay the 27,000 baht to be the first one.

I not really good at CW, but somehow I love it. When I retire, my goal is to do 35 WPM head copy. First passed the 20WPM code test in front of the FCC in the U.S. about 30 years ago. But, still not a great CW op.