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Many thanks Jim for the notice of limited availability. Have a 20m yet to build but would definitely hate to miss this one. Just ordered to be sure. Again genuinely appreciate the time and effort expended in this kitting venture for the benefit of the group!
On Fri, Sep 13, 2019 at 12:45 PM, Jim Pruitt
As a heads up: Just in case anyone is undecided about ordering the
Hilltopper be aware that I only have 8 kits left. There has been talk
of another short run but even if that happens it will take time to get
the parts and boards ordered and in hand and get them kitted and there
is no guarantee that the group will do another run. If the Hilltopper is
on your list but you have not ordered it yet, you might consider
ordering it now before they are gone. Dave Benson did a terrific job on
Thank you for your support.
On 9/12/2019 10:14 PM, Leland L. Bahr wrote:
> I just ordered a 40 meter Hilltopper and have not built my 20 meter
> version yet! Curt, KB5JO, a friend of mine, keeps telling me how much
> fun he is having with his 20 meter version. So even though I have not
> built the first one, I did not want to miss out in being able to get a
> 40 meter version. I can see, there is a lot a merit in simplicity.
> The Hilltopper is well laid out and the instruction manual is great.
> The more I think about this kit, is it is a REAL SLEEPER! Years ago
> I missed out buying a Red Hot Radio when they were available and have
> always kicked myself for not picking one up when they were available.
> I think I would say the same thing if I didn't buy the Hilltoppers
> before they were no longer available. The Hilltoppers are basic
> solidly built easy to build work horses. Surface mount is taken care
> of for you and the instructions make the build pretty much bullet
> proof and fun to build. In short, this is a fun project to build and
> KB5JO says it is a really fun rig to use. That is saying something as
> KB5JO has a lot of QRP rigs he has built. For you guys on the edge of
> ordering one or not, my suggestion is you need to seriously consider
> buying a Hilltopper while you can still do so. As Curt has told me,
> the Hilltopper is a REAL KEEPER !
> Lee, w0vt, w5drc