Looks like I was right – for once! ;-)

I nailed it as far as guessing what the new KX3 product would be – the PX3! A small companion panadapter for the KX3.

No idea when it will ship and the asking price for the kit is $499.95. ($569.95 assembled) It looks really nice and I just might consider it for the shack KX3.  Time will tell. I’m not ordering it this weekend, even though Elecraft is taking orders already.  I’ll let the guys who have to have every single piece of Elecraft gear there is jump in line ahead of me.

The downside is that now until the darn thing is being shipped, there will probably be nothing else discussed on the KX3 reflector.

Let the whining and peeing and moaning begin!

72 de Larry W2LJ
QRP – When you care to send the very least!

Larry Makoski, W2LJ, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New Jersey, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

2 Responses to “Looks like I was right – for once! ;-)”

  • Harry K7ZOV:

    Estimated shipping date mid-June. Whining will start July 1. I must have been the first to call my order in. Everyone was waiting for the PX3 to come on line so they could place a order. I called and the poor woman I talked to was taken back and had to put me on hold to find out if phone order were being taken.. She came back on and said yes and took my order. I am not one to jump at things like this. However, after having the P3 for the past couple of years I know what this device is capable of doing when it comes to digging out DX or even letting you know if the band has any activity, and is so where it is hiding.

    73 Harry K7ZOV

  • k8gu:

    I thought this was an April Fool when I first saw it!

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