In what will be the first of several aftermarket accessories for the new KX3, I ordered a wooden stand for the transceiver from the North Georgia QRP Club. I emailed Paul Kelly, W4KLY who makes the custom stands about availability and he replied that he had just made a few this week but has been unable to lacquer finish them yet due to the cold weather but that would only be a short delay.

I’ve seen these handcrafted NoGA stands at FDIM and always thought they looked good. The unique operating angle of the KX3 requires something like this when used on a desktop and while there are several similar models to choose from in plastic, I prefer wood.

That it’s made by a member of the NOGA QRP group is an added bonus. Paul makes several different models, some that hold both the KX3 and the Panadapter and for other QRP transceivers as well.