Sharp Compet CS 222A vintage Nixie tube calculator...
|Grand Total:||US$ 116 (delivery+cost)|
|Size||Not fixed sizes|
Vintage electronic calculator with warm orange glowing Burroughs Panaplex display (a direct successor to Nixie tubes). Made in 1970's in Japan. Appears to be fully functional, all operations work flawlessly, cosmetic condition is very good with no apparent scratches - there is some damage to some of the keys, though. Clean internals. It comes with the original cable and is set for 220V operation (it can be easily set for the most common line voltages in the 100V - 240V range).