Adapter Eveready 266 276 Burgess P6 M6 Vintage Battery

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  • Item Category: Tools
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 09,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction
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Adapter for Eveready P6 M6 266 276 9-Volt Batteries

Get vintage radios playing again

Some of the nicest vintage portable transistor radios from the fifties and sixties were powered by round 9-volt batteries with snap-connections at each end. Eveready 226, Sears Silvertone 6418, ANSI & NEDA 1605, etc.), are no longer made. And, while those rectangular Eveready 266 (NEDA 1605), and Eveready 276 (NEDA 1603) batteries are still made, they are expensive.

Today's high-power 9-volt batteries are useful, economical replacements for these when used with this adapter. Improved adapter design includes shrink tubes to isolate metal contacts from radio parts and case. Comes with illustrated instructions.

Features:

Gets many of your collectibles playing again without soldering

No soldering required. Now with new, smoother, smaller buttons

Keeps the wiring vintage

Can be used with multiple radios

Makes old radios play again with everyday 9-volt batteries

Works in Place of:

· ANSI 1605

· Bright Star 0918

· Burgess D6

· Burgess P6

· Burgess PM6

· Eveready 226

· Mallory 1605

· Mallory M-1600

· Mallory M-1603

· Marathon 1600A

· Marathon 1603

· Marathon 1605

· Mastercraft EX5810-1

· Mont...

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