What price a morse key?

K urgess
25th August 2007, 17:42
Better check your lofts for one of these (http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250155154650&ssPageName=ADME:B:WNA:UK:12) sparkies!(EEK)

Unfortunately I haven't even got one of the modern ones.:sweat:

26th August 2007, 18:10
Damn - I just threw one of those away!

3,037 down 't plughole. ;)


K urgess
26th August 2007, 18:16
I'm amazed, Brian.
You never throw anything away![=P]

Always the same isn't it. Throw it away and spend the next couple of weeks searching for it.


26th August 2007, 21:56
hope its got a guarantee................

K urgess
26th August 2007, 22:41
Yes the same one that goes with the spark transmitter it came off.[=P]

Probably the one off the Titanic.

26th August 2007, 22:59
if it has an "asda" sticker on it.............

they will replace it with a new one

27th August 2007, 14:28
I've got an ex Army one somewhere, I'll have to look it up. (Along with my piccies of the Hampton Ferry!!)

K urgess
27th August 2007, 14:33
My treasured original "bug" key is only worth about a tenner so your ex army one sells for about 50p, Coastie.[=P]

27th August 2007, 15:11
Think that's probably what I paid for it, Kris!

K urgess
27th August 2007, 15:24
Good investment then, Chris.
A least you'll get your money back.(Thumb)

27th August 2007, 18:52
An astounding price. I'll check now before I chuck old stuff!

I'm intriqued by ebay No. 320152203308 "U.S. Navy Flameproof Telegraph Morse Key from ship"
You'd also need a flameproof operator (==D) (Or someone who'se hot stuff?)