The Clix-O-Flex pseudo TLR camera was made by Metropolitan Industries of Chicago, the camera maker which also made the viewfinder camera "Clix De Luxe".


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 (illustrated) 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.