|image by Mark O'Brien (Image rights)|
The viewfinder hood is made of polished metal that folds when when not in use. The body is black bakelite and vertically oriented. At least two variations exist: one has widely-spaced horizontal lines on the sides and a leather-effect panel around the lens; another has a diamond pattern around the lens and closely-spaced horizontal side grooves. The camera makes 4×3cm landscape-format exposures on type 127 film rolls. The lens is a Maestar 57.5mm meniscus lens, with a simple time/inst shutter. The back is removable for loading, and has two red windows and a large retaining knob.
- Clix-o-flex at Kurt Tauber's
- the Clix-o-Flex among comparably simple U.S. made cameras like the "Clix de luxe", at Fotofex
- Clix-o-flex at Historic Camera
| "Diamond" version|
image by Jake~o (Image rights)