Honeywell logo electronic flash units

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by John G., Oct 8, 2008.

  1. John G.

    John G. Guest

    For sale:

    26 Honeywell logo electronic flash units:

    Auto Strobolite 52, non-working, missing logo plate;
    Auto Strobolite 55, charges but no flash;
    Strobolite 14, non-working;
    Strobolite 18, non-working, missing cable;
    Strobolite 28, non-working;
    Strobolite 28, non-working, logo worn;
    Strobonar 66A, unknown, missing batteries, reflector lens & rear face plate;
    Strobonar 100, non-working;
    Strobonar 100, non-working, some corrosion;
    Strobonar 109, charges but no flash;
    Strobonar 300, unknown, leatherette, Rollei E20, Germany, logo worn;
    Strobonar 300, unknown, leatherette, Rollei E20, Germany;
    Auto Strobonar 110A, charges but no flash;
    Auto Strobonar 115, non-working;
    Auto Strobonar 227, charges & flashes, for Polaroid cameras;
    Auto Strobonar 310, unknown, black;
    Auto Strobonar 330, unknown, reflector peeled;
    Auto Strobonar 332, unknown;
    Auto Strobonar 332, unknown;
    Auto Strobonar 350, unknown, leatherette, Germany;
    Auto Strobonar 360, unknown;
    Auto Strobonar 440, unknown, leatherette, Rollei E55, Germany;
    Auto Strobonar 450, unknown, leatherette, Germany;
    Auto Strobonar 550, unknown, leatherette, Germany;
    Auto Strobonar 550, unknown, auto switch, leatherette, Germany;
    Permacad Battery Charger for Strobonar 66A, in Honeywell box w/ instruction
    sheet;
    Honeywell AC charger.

    Best offer, you pay shipping from Boston, MA. Pictures available. Reply in
    this newsgroup.

    John G.
     
    John G., Oct 8, 2008
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  2. We were somewhere around Barstow, on the edge of the desert, when the
    drugs began to take hold. I remember "John G." <> saying
    something like:

    >Best offer, you pay shipping from Boston, MA. Pictures available. Reply in
    >this newsgroup.


    Half of them are fucked and the other half might be? No chance, I'll
    pass, but thanks for the kind offer.
    Next time you have a load of old shite to unload, please don't stop by
    here on your way to the dumpster.
    --

    Dave
     
    Grimly Curmudgeon, Oct 8, 2008
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  3. John G.

    GrizzledGeezer

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    I'm interested in the 227. Please let me know the lowest price you'd be comfortable with, and I'll give you a yay or nay without any quibbling.

    Thanks.
     
    GrizzledGeezer, Mar 28, 2009
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