A tried searching for info on this subject and didn't find anything, so sorry if this has been covered elsewhere.
I was at a local industrial supply house today and as I was paying for my stuff I spotted a Hengstler sitting on the counter (and damn near snatched it and ran away!) and asked the guy where it came from. Well, he didn't know but I ventured to the Hengstler website and it appears they still make the counter:
Its likely not identical to 1970s version but it looks about the same. And the PDF on the site is nice, measurements and all.
So I was just wondering here...has anyone used a new one and if not, is it a price or accuracy issue? I have no idea how much they go for new. I just got a deactivated Sterling and still thinking whether using a Hengstler or not...