Chinese TLRs (and "pseudo TLRs")
Bedfordflex | Binaflex | Cangle | Dalian | Eastar
Emei | Five-Goats | Halina A1 | Halina Prefect
Halina Viceroy | Hongmei-5 | Hua Ying
Hua Zhong | Mirroflex II | Mudan | Pearl River
Qingdao SF-2 | Rainbow | Seagull 4
Seagull 4A | Seagull 4B | Seagull 4C
Seagull 4D | Shanghai | Splendidflex
Temple of Heaven | Tianjin Eastar | Traveller
Wuhan Youyi | YC-75X100
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Maybe the Bedfordflex was made by the Hong Kong based maker of the famous Diana (see link below). It makes 12 4x4cm exposures on one type No. 127 film roll. Serious camera enthusiasts might not like to call it a twin lens reflex camera, but it is almost a twin of the Hong Kong made Stellarflex, Splendidflex & Roskoflex, being a similar plastic "double-lens reflex camera" and having an equal pair of lenses with fixed focus and a similar shutter with instant and bulb mode. Another very similar camera was the Ilfoflex, apparently used as a promotional gift by Ilford in 1961[1].

  1. Ilfoflex at Maurice Fisher's Photomemorabilia