Various photographs of some of the first N3ZN paddles offered, a few with options no longer available. N3ZN paddles have been consistently compared to classic and high-end models such as the WBL and the Begali. Tony's designs use ball-bearing movements and magnetic return, with very lightweight arms. Contacts adjustments are called "quick adjusting" and no longer use locknuts, as early models did; contacts are gold plated. Chuck Adams, K7QO, wrote a great review of the N3ZN paddles in the K9YA Telegraph newsletter (Vol. 5 Issue 3).

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