Doorbell switch with an interesting brand name
Watzman at neo.rr.com
Wed May 27 18:22:52 CDT 2009
It's only part of what happened. The name was sold --non exclusively-- to a
firm in the US for the production of certain household security products.
It creates an odd situation, because at this point there are totally
unrelated entities using (or at least able to use) various forms of the
names "Heath", "Heath Company", "Heathkit", "Heath/Zenith", etc. ... for
different, unrelated product lines.
From: ard at p850ug1.demon.co.uk (Tony Duell)
Subject: Doorbell switch with an interesting brand name...
The reason I mention it is that the brand name on said [doorbell] switch is
'Heath/Zenith', and the way they're written is very similar (I'd say
identical) to the old Heath/Zenith brand used on classic computers
On the pack (amongst other things) are the statements 'Should you require
it, Heath Zenith offer a range of other accessories and bell wire' (in that
one , the 'Heath Zenith' is in a normal font. And 'DESA UK LTD
www.desaeurope.com ... A division of Desa International Inc. The world's
largest doorchime company'
So is that what happened to the Heath and Zenith brand names :-(
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