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Old December 20th 03, 11:24 PM
Jeff Dakers
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Hi everyone, I Just got a new enroute plotter for VFR flying, and it is
amazing! If you haven't heard about it, it's made by Jeffron Industries
and they call it the Speed Wizard and it's great for finding out ETA's and
groundspeed real fast while your flying. It really is so easy I can't
believe it. It's also quite small, only 8" x about 2" so it fits in my
pocket. While this is the main function, it also doubles as a protractor
and nautical mile ruler, all in a very easy to read format.

Good job to the guys at Jeffron, the Speed Wizard is a great product! If
anyone wants to find out about it, they have some free info available at
this address, just send a blank email to to
find out about it. Pick one up, you'll be glad you did. JD




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Old December 22nd 03, 12:38 PM
Vaughn Simon
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"Jeff Dakers" wrote in message
...
Hi everyone, I Just got a new enroute plotter for VFR flying, and it is
amazing! If you haven't heard about it, it's made by Jeffron Industries

(Rest of the spam snipped)

If you just look up at Jeff's e-mail addy, you will see that it is
, apparently the domain owned by the same Jeffron
company that makes this "amazing!" plotter that Jeff "found". Jeff, you
need to find a new line of work.











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Old December 23rd 03, 04:33 PM
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Jeff, take a college course on Marketing. Or, at the very least
remember that most pilots have an IQ that is somewhere above 50 and thus
will immediately wonder about Jeff - a.k.a. - and
his motives. Sheesh.

BTW, I have an excellent suggestion for where you can put your plotter
when you're not using it - and yet always keep it handy. Email me for
details.

Dave Blevins

On Sat, 20 Dec 2003 18:24:34 -0500, "Jeff Dakers"
wrote:

Hi everyone, I Just got a new enroute plotter for VFR flying, and it is
amazing! If you haven't heard about it, it's made by Jeffron Industries
and they call it the Speed Wizard and it's great for finding out ETA's and
groundspeed real fast while your flying. It really is so easy I can't
believe it. It's also quite small, only 8" x about 2" so it fits in my
pocket. While this is the main function, it also doubles as a protractor
and nautical mile ruler, all in a very easy to read format.

Good job to the guys at Jeffron, the Speed Wizard is a great product! If
anyone wants to find out about it, they have some free info available at
this address, just send a blank email to
to
find out about it. Pick one up, you'll be glad you did. JD




 




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