Made in Italy by Bencini and sold in the UK by Boots the Chemist in the 1970s, the Comet 110 was part of the Comet series of pocket cameras that used 110 film. It's a simple affair, with a fixed shutter speed, fixed focus and fixed aperture. It is small and lightweight, and was presumably very cheap to manufacture and purchase. It used Magicubes for interior photography. One nice design quirk is that the wrist-strap screws into a standard tripod mount. Other cameras of the series were the Comet 210 and the Comet 310.