The Odhner Arithmometer

The Odhner Arithmometer and its clones were in production from 1890 (the original arithmometer) through 1970's. The production of its Soviet clone, the Feliks, "affectionately" known in the USSR as Железный Феликс (The Iron Felix, after the nickname of F.E.Dzerzhinsky, the founder of the Soviet Cheka, later known as KGB, now FSB), peaked in 1969 with 300,000 machines built during that year.

The simulator below allows you to experiment with the arithmometer. Limitations: the 9th digit does not seem to work and there is no overflow bell. Unfortunately we could not find the author of this simulator. Originally it was written in Adobe Flash, now obsolete. This site implements it using Ruffle Flash Player emulator.