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Looking to buy a Zerostat antistatic device

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I actually might have one.  I'll try to remember to look tonight.

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2 hours ago, K85Horn said:

I am looking to buy a  vintage Zerostat.

 

I live in Ontario, Canada.

 

 


I have an extra red one and live in Toronto. Pm me.

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3 hours ago, ajoker2c said:


I have an extra red one and live in Toronto. Pm me.

 

That would certainly be easier than shipping from TX.  I'll bow out.

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I use distilled water and a discwasher brush and have zero static... and I live in a DRY desert.

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10 hours ago, ZEUS121996 said:

I have a Parastatik disc preener if that's what you're looking for

 

Mark

I am looking for the vintage Zerostat as I now have a vinyl cleaning system, however, I still have static after I clean my vinyl.

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4 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

 

That would certainly be easier than shipping from TX.  I'll bow out.

If you do find yours and decide to sell, please send me a PM.  Thanks.

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8 hours ago, ajoker2c said:


I have an extra red one and live in Toronto. Pm me.

I sent you a private message.  Thanks.

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1 hour ago, Schu said:

I use distilled water and a discwasher brush and have zero static... and I live in a DRY desert.

I am in humid Southern, Ontario.

 

I have just set up a cleaning system and the last step is a vacuum after rinsing with distilled water.  The vacuum is a 3M service vacuum but perhaps the vacuuming process adds some static to the process.

 

I am hoping the Zerostat and my cleaning process will be the ticket to restoring my vinyl finds to playable condition.

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12 hours ago, K85Horn said:

If you do find yours and decide to sell, please send me a PM.  Thanks.

 

 

I'll try to look then.

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Is there a difference other than the obvious, between a vintage zerostat and the ones sold today?

 

 

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25 minutes ago, joshnich said:

Is there a difference other than the obvious, between a vintage zerostat and the ones sold today?

 

 

 

The new ones don't have resin stains.

 

 

 

Honestly, I have no idea.

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2 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

 

The new ones don't have resin stains.

 

 

 

Honestly, I have no idea.

 

OMG!    That is just too funny and so true! 

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I found mine but it's the Realistic version called a Discostat. 

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2 hours ago, CECAA850 said:

I found mine but it's the Realistic version called a Discostat. 

Does yours look like a Zerostat?  Radio Shack used to rebadge items made by other companies (example being Shure cartridges).

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It's black with a chrome lever you squeeze.  There's two holes in the front bottom.  If you put your finger by one of them, you feel a small shock as you squeeze the handle.  I'h have to take a picture of it.

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I have 3 of them so I guess I could sell one. How about $40 shipped?

 

 

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