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WWII WIRELESS SET No 46, 1941

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WWII WIRELESS SET No 46, 1941

This wireless set was developed for Combined Operation Command to provide radio communication under difficult conditions, such as sea landing operations. Manufactured by E.K.COLE (ECKO) and used during D-DAY. This set was advanced for its time.

Range 8 miles, batteries are carried in a separate pack.

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  • I bought two of these with a pal and we used them to talk to each other when we did our homework ,we were 14 ,big mistake -- we blotted out TV for streets around -- oops !They cost us 12 each plus batteries.
    .......... M Griffiths, Fraserburgh Scotland, 15th of February 2012

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