A clone of the 1625 set you say? Nay I say! This is a truly unique radio although it does share the same schematic, tube type and building materials as the 1625 set but there ends the duplication.
All one need do is look at this radio. The shape is all different! What else could one want? Well then, there are the TWO high power solid brass finned thingies that move electrical stuff from the tube's plate cap over to the coils stack. Scary to look at but quite harmless since this set is run on 12VDC current from the wall wart converter shown. No danger here at all, just theatrics.
And just look at those coils! Each comfortably housed in it's own chamber of clear acrylic with black acrylic tops and bases. Now that is what I call pampered HoneyCombs!
OK, OK, the antenna and ground brass binding posts are located behind the tube as they are on the 1625 set but THIS set features an on-off switch! And check out the black acrylic split panels that provide a clean view of the coils and tube from the front. Not too shabby if you ask me. And even if you don't one must notice that the padauk knobs on this radio have padauk skirts as well!