The Ricoh RT-550 is a superb dual lens 35mm point and shoot made circa 1988. It features features a 35 mm f3.5 (4 elements/3 groups) and a 70 mm f6.6 (8 elements/6 groups) as its lenses.
The major camera companies like Olympus, Nikon, and of course Ricoh, produced excellent dual lens models in the late 1980s and early 1990s before zoom lens point-and-shoots came to dominate the market. It's a shame they didn't catch on because dual lens designs like this camera generally produce sharper photos than zoom cameras of the same class.
This camera requires a 6v CR-P2 lithium battery (available as an option).
Condition notes The camera with film and it delivered sharp, correctly exposed images at both focal lengths. The camera's aesthetic condition is very good as well (see photos) with the exception of a some LCD bleed on the display (visible in the photo that shows the top of the camera); this doesn't obscure any of the modes in the display.