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Review Summary For : N7HKW Carry Bag for Elecraft K3
Reviews: 4MSRP: Appx. $100
Custom-fitted carry bag for Elecraft K3
Product is in production
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N7WE Rating: 2017-01-13
Perfect for the K3! Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Just got my case from Rose. It's her usual outstanding work! I had asked her to slightly increase the size of the side pocket so it would hold my Powerwerx SS-30DV power supply. It fits nicely along with both the line cord for the PS and the power cord for the K3. The other pocket easily holds my microHAM USB III and cables. Everything in one bag except the antenna! Fantastic!

Rick - N7WE
K0JP Rating: 2015-01-08
Absolutely necessary for safe travel with the K3 Time Owned: more than 12 months.
My XYL and I have had the carrying bags for both the K3 and P3 for almost 4 years. In that time we have taken the rig to VE, P4 and HC, in addition to extensive portable operation here in the US. We have always been very comfortable that the rig was safe and secure in Rose's carrying bags. I highly recommend the bags for anyone contemplating travel with the K3 and/or P3.
K4QE Rating: 2012-10-09
Excellent Craftsmanship! Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
I just received Rose's creation in the mail today. I purchased the "DXpedition" version.

The craftsmanship is second to none. Having had two grandmothers who were professional seamstresses, I know what to look for in terms of quality.

Rose makes an excellent product!
N6XI Rating: 2009-05-19
Ideal K3 Luggage Time Owned: 6 to 12 months.
Rose Kopp N7HKW makes custom fit carry cases and dust covers for radio gear. Her attractive bag for the Elecraft K3 is a perfect fit made out of sturdy cloth and soft padding. (This soft bag is to be carried, not checked in an airline hold.) The price varies depending on options such as pockets and callsign embroidery. Mine cost about $125 with all the bells and whistles. Standard slit pockets hold things like manuals and logs. Optional side pockets fit paddles, small headphones and other items including, in my case, a Gamma ultra-capacitor power supply. The shoulder strap is adjustable and nicely padded. The workmanship is superb on this bag which is truly worthy of its content.