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Reviews Categories | Keys & Paddles | QRP J-38 Help


Reviews Summary for QRP J-38
QRP J-38 Reviews: 3 Average rating: 5.0/5 MSRP: $95.00
Description: Miniature version of the classic J-38 straight key
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.qrpj38.com
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K7TP Rating: 5/5 Jan 25, 2010 17:29 Send this review to a friend
Super for use or display  Time owned: more than 12 months
What a great little, and I do mean little, J-38. It is quite usable although the left foot is not the best appendage to employ.
I suppose that it could be a fine portable/backpack key, however I like mine too much to let it leave the shack.
It is not just a novelty but a very well machined and finished key that you will never regret purchasing.
 
K7FD Rating: 5/5 Dec 25, 2005 09:57 Send this review to a friend
Santa brought me a toy!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
This is cool from the word go! A mini J-38 and just time for SKN, too...

Couldn't be more pleased...looks great and comes in its very own wooden box w/ slide top...talk about classy!

Can you ever have enough keys??? Add this one to your collection!

73 John K7FD
 
WA4FOM Rating: 5/5 Nov 21, 2003 21:41 Send this review to a friend
Small. Pretty. Rugged.  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I'm going to keep this one short, because a great many of us tend to bow in
homage of the venerable J-38 straight key. This product is done in half
scale and is by no means half of the original. It is well-machined and
arrives in an attractive wooden case with a slide top that will delight
any collector.

Once (if) you pull it from the box and get over the "Awww...Ain't it cute?"
phase, you will see that the key is quite serviceable as a straight key
in the QRP arena or otherwise. It has a smooth feel and although it is
clearly intended for use by the Mayor of MuchkinLand, finger-tap use by
normal Homo Sapiens is nothing short of delightful.

Expensive? Yes. Pretty? Yes. But so are many other things in life.

Buy it.

 


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