The war stopped the production of radios, but despite the shortage of materials, production recovered right after the war. In 1945 there were already about 500 000 licences to listen in. Nordell & Koskinen changed its name into Salora Oy in 1945.

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Salora 650-V, 1946

One of the first Salora receivers after the war was Salora 650-V (3+1 tubes). Manufacturing radios was difficult after the war, because there was a shortage of materials, radio tubes especially. In the Salora radio shop they used old radio tubes to make new radios. This is why new receivers could simultaneously have many different types of tubes. The mechanism platforms and transformer plates of the radios were made from sheet iron scrap.

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SSS lehti-ilmoitus 10.5.1947