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Vest Radio, Statt Radio; Sandane, Florø

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Name: Vest Radio, Statt Radio; Sandane, Florø    (N)  
Abbreviation: vest-radio
Products: Model types Others
Summary:

Vest Radio, Sandane (1931)
Statt Radio, Florø (1946)

  • Hytteradio  middle of 1930'ties
  • Statt Effektsuper 1946/47
  • Statt Effektsuper A  1948 
  • LC meter   unknown

Founded: 1935
Closed: 1952
Production: 1935 - 1952
History:

As a young man, Sande had in 1931 started a photo shop, later also a radio shop in his hometown Sandane. Here he also built a radio. He shut down operations at Sandane when the war broke out because he did not want to help the Germans with technical equipment and repairs.

In 1946, Olav Sande moved to Florø, where he built a large business building and started the radio factory Vest Radio, Vest Foto, petrol station, and was a car dealer with the Ford agency for Sogn og Fjordane. The radio factory made several hundred radios under the trademark "Statt", but was shut down after a fire in 1952.

This manufacturer was suggested by Jan Warberg.


Some models:
Country Year Name 1st Tube Notes
46/47 Statt Effektsuper 7 DK21   
40 3 Rørs Hytteradio DL21  Kit to build a 3-tube 3-band receiver, including loudspeaker and dial. 
47 LC-Meter 47MIV / 47M1V   The type number is not certain. 

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