|This trader advert from
April 1950 shows the revamped H1006 high tension dry radio battery from
Drydex, a brand name of Chloride. The battery is specified as 120V
and clearly shows taps for 48V, 60V and 72V. Advert copy uses far too many
hyphens and what is that reference to "business methods"?
sales are going to rise. A new and wholly satisfactory level of
quality has been achieved in the battery itself. There's a new and
very attractive pack to catch the customer's eye. Nation-wide advertising
helps the public to choose its batteries - and nation-wide
right-to-you-door deliveries help you to sell them. And if there's a
feeling, down your way, that our business methods make Drydex a nice line
to handle - well, what's to stop you?
Issued by Chloride Batteries Limited