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LumaFix 128 has now entered mass assembly

I am pleased to confirm the new LumaFix 128 developed by e5frog has now finished testing and has now entered production and will be available during December.

e5frog designed LumaFix 64 and has a proven track record in the Commodore community.

Here are some pictures for you to enjoy. These are pre production versions -











These are now being manufactured and will be on sale shortly.

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  1. Great. Will this work on the C-128DCR?

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    1. It should work and hopefully fit, we will be releasing some early to those with both a 128D Metal and the 128D Plastic versions.

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  2. Very interested in getting one of these. Where will they be for sale?

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    1. They will be on sale later this month.

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    2. I saw the post on the Commodore Compute Club web site and they sent me over here. I am wondering the same thing that the previous person asked? "Where" will they be for sale? I run a little project called The Vintage Computer Lab and we would love to put one of these through paces!

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    3. They were assembled over Christmas and are sat here ready, we are waiting for the instructions then they will be on sale.

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    4. They should be on sale this weekend

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  3. I need one urgently do you have a date when they go up for sale?

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    1. Within the next week, we are waiting for feedback from the samples we sent out.

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    2. Any updates? I can test one and give feedback otherwise.. ;)
      Sick of the poor quality of the image and when it is fixed I can put my c64 in storage and get my vic20 out instead

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    3. They will be on sale this weekend.

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  4. I'm excited for this, I hope everything goes as planned and these can be released soon! :)

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    1. They were assembled over Christmas and are sat here ready, we are waiting for the instructions then they will be on sale.

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  5. I'm excited for this! I hope all goes well and that these can be released soon! :)

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  6. Awesome, are these okay combining with a 64k VDC upgrade?

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