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CASIO PRINTING CALCULATOR, 1980's

Small Electronic Calculator with mechanical thermal printer. Model HR 10

Donated by Mr Cambell

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  • I still have a complete kit of this product; the calculator/printer, it's box, instruction manual booklet, guarantee, two boxes of unused thermal paper rolls and the AC adaptor/charger.
    About every five years I recharge and test it and it still works.
    I'm afraid it's not from the 1970s but from 1983 (as far as introduction to the UK market is concerned)
    Curiously known here as the Casio Card Printer!
    This was because it was marketed to the perceived consumer desire for devices to be "credit card" size.
    .......... Ralph Stephenson, London, England., 2nd of December 2012

  • I still have this Model HR- 10. I really like it and it works fine.
    Would like to know if mechanical thermal printer tape is still
    made.
    .......... Geneva Hager, Siloam Springs, Arkansas USA, 16th of March 2010

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