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Reviews Categories | Antenna Rotators & Accessories | Tennedyne Slipp-Nott Help


Reviews Summary for Tennedyne Slipp-Nott
Tennedyne  Slipp-Nott Reviews: 3 Average rating: 4.7/5 MSRP: $89.95
Description: The Slip-Nott clamp mechanism is designed additional clamping capicity to mast connections. Its function is to prevent mast from turning in rotator or an antenna from turning on a mast before it should.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.tennadyne.com/slipp_nott.htm
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K1KO Rating: 4/5 May 6, 2012 10:47 Send this review to a friend
performs as advertised  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
The Slipp-Nott performs exactly as advertised. Have had major problems with mast slippage using T2X rotator. QTH 2.5 miles from the ocean, heavy winds are not at all uncommon. The Slipp-Nott stops the rotation of the mast in the rotator very well. Not cheap, by a long-shot, but it does work well. Seems like the price is really pretty high for it, but when you've got the corner on the market, I guess that's what happens. 5.0 for utility; 4.0 for price.
 
KK7P Rating: 5/5 Jan 15, 2010 14:26 Send this review to a friend
Solved Ongoing Problem  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
For years I have put up with my antennas (first a TH6DXX, now a SteppIR Beam) windmilling several to several tens of degrees on the tower's mast in high winds. Last November after a particularly nasty wind storm, I broke down and ordered a pair of Slipp-Nott brackets: one for the rotator-to-mast junction and one for the beam-to-mast junction. Installation was straightforward.

Last night we had strong winds again and for the first time the antenna system experienced zero change in azimuth!

Highly recommended.
 
W4PC Rating: 5/5 Apr 13, 2009 17:36 Send this review to a friend
Nice  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
Good instructions, great support. Gives you like 90% grasping of a mast. Ive had problems for years with the wind turning the beam when I didnt want to. This fixes it

Kudos to Roger, job well done.
 


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