Matt, as you are the one who brought up third party stories about
SteppIR antennas, I would suggest that the one who "start(ed) shooting
flames all over the place" came from you and your unnamed source.
Relaying third hand "problems" reduces it to hearsay.
I suggest the ham in question should pick up the phone and call
SteppIR. That should make his day. I"m sure he will receive the
assistance he needs. Anyone who invests in such an antenna should be
motivated to the point of checking for their phone number, which is in
their assembly/owners manuals as well as at the SteppIR website.
Main Number: 425-453-1910 Monday through Friday
Fax: 425-462-4415 8:00am to 5:00pm
Pacific Standard Time
Tech Support : 425-891-6134 10:00am to 3:00pm Pacific
Taking action rather than bemoaning one's fate normally works so much
Joe Hannigan - WDØM
Pagosa Springs, CO
AI1P Matt Steven wrote:
> Well a topic like this always invites comparisons and a lot of folks
> like to whip out their "mine's better" sword, get all worked up and
> start shooting flames all over the place. No need!
> This is one person's experience, so don't perceive it as a denouncement
> of the whole idea of the SteppIR, which I think is a pretty ingenious
> device. Too bad this guys beam fell apart and he thinks he's got no
> By the way if anyone wants to put a good face on it and put him in touch
> with someone at the company who cares, I'd be glad to pass their email
> info on to him. I bet that would make his day.
> Pete Smith wrote:
>> This is pretty broadly contrary to the experience of the SteppIR owners
>> I know, who have had excellent support from Fluidmotion. You might want
>> to look into the facts a little more.
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