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Maker of radios, of Tottenham, London
1930s The trade mark Aerodyne, owned by Hustler, Simpson and Webb Ltd, was applied to a range of radios assembled at their Tottenham works.
1931 Produced a radio receiver under the Classic brand: the Super Two. Advertised as "a radio for the masses... the Morris of the wireless world".
c.1934 Drake model of radio
1935 Introduced the Nightingale model of radio
1938 the Aerodyne Radio Company went into liquidation.