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Re: Speed-X

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  • Bill
    I have had a couple of the Johnson/Speed-X bugs. I did find them easier to use than the Vibroplex bugs. However, I no longer have any of either brand. I
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 18, 2007
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      I have had a couple of the Johnson/Speed-X bugs. I did find them easier
      to use than the Vibroplex bugs. However, I no longer have any of either
      brand. I purchased a Viz Bug 90 degree and find it to be the best bug I
      have ever used.

      I bought both of the John keys for under $40 within the last two years
      and sold one for $65 and the other for $160 during the past six months.
      I feel I was blessed to get money like that for them.

      My 2 cents worth.
    • Grover Cleveland
      Earl, There are some differences but I don t know why there should be. I have several Vibroplexi and several Speed-X/Les Logan bugs. I generally prefer the
      Message 2 of 5 , Jul 18, 2007
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        Earl,

        There are some differences but I don't know why there should be.

        I have several Vibroplexi and several Speed-X/Les Logan bugs. I
        generally prefer the Speed-X bugs for their light, almost delicate
        feel and alsoa wider range of speed adjustment. I think that they are
        a little less fussy than the VB (whatever that means). Regardless I
        usually seem to gravitate to the Speed-X bugs.

        This Speed-X bug on ebay is a nice example of the later output.

        Grover K7TP

        (Ask the man that owns one.)

        On 7/18/07, Earl Needham via Kubuntu <needhame1@...> wrote:

        > Looking at
        > <http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=200128213244> the
        > seller says,"These Speed-X keys are an easy to use key compared to the
        > Vibroplex bugs".
        >
        > Is this true, or just a way to try and get bids?
        --
        Grover Cleveland K7TP

        "Morse - everything else is QRM"
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