I need to ship an Isoloop antenna to my son-in-law 2500 miles away. I went to
a local pack 'n ship place and got some prices on shipping alone; would you
believe costs for shipping started around $135 (Fed Ex Home Delivery) to about
$550 for motor freight??? That's for an antenna that I paid less than $100 for
at a hamfest!
Surely, there's a better way...
My question: can I bend/form the loop strap (without breaking it) in such a
way that I can put it in a smaller box (than with the circular loop -- about
46" in diameter)?
Some of you may have bought or handled an Isoloop a few years back. How was
it packaged to ship?
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Stations", and lot's more. Call Toll Free, 1-800-333-9041 with any questions
and ask for Sherman, W2FLA.
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