Summer's here, and if you don't believe me, just step outside for a few minutes and see what's sticking to your skin when you step back in. Not pretty, I know, but before you rip off your sweat-soaked clothes and jump into the shower for the third time today, take a few minutes to look at all the amazing stuff I've got listed on ebay this week: Musical antiques. Technical antiques. Mechanical antiques. If it moves, makes noise, or appears to be miraculous, you'll probably find it in th...e line-up. Just click "see other items" after you read about this one. And don't forget, you can click this link to quickly add and then save me to your favorite seller list and Ebay will automatically send you updates when I put similar new auctions online.Here's an exceptionally nice TV-7/U military tube tester, pound per pound the best tube tester ever made. If you buy, sell or collect tubes seriously, the TV-7 is probably your tester of choice. It's small enough to be taken just about anywhere and rugged enough to be tossed around like a steamer trunk. The instrument was calibrated, serviced and updated this past February by Dan Nelson, who -- I think it's safe to say -- knows more about the TV-7 than anyone alive, dead or in between. A copy of his report appears in the last photograph and will be included with the tester.Pictures should speak for themselves. The tester is clean throughout, and the panel is pristine, as is all the wiring beneath the panel. Tube manual is a replacement that was provided by Nelson when he serviced the unit. Meter glass is clear. No dents in the metal case. Latches lock the lid down securely.With case closed, measures approximately 15" x 8" x 7". Shipping weight, properly packed, will be about 35 lb. That's about it. I will package it properly so that it arrives at your doorstep safely. I have been shipping antique phonographs and radios for years, and if you check my feedback, you'll see that I know how to do it correctly.