In 1970 Univox began selling their version of the circuit in a Red (Orange?) and Blue enclosure. It's currently not clear if Univox began producing the pedal themselves or if Shin Ei continued the production, but what is clear is that the circuit layout and board changed with the aesthetic makeover, and a sticker proclaiming "Made in Japan by Univox Corp of Japan Ltd. under license of Unicord Inc. Westbury, N.Y." was affixed to each pedal.
More interestingly perhaps, is that in 1971 LRE began placing a section in their monthly catalogs showing an orange Super Fuzz and their version of the Uni-Drive, called the Super Drive!
While it is possible that we have seen an orange LRE Super Fuzz, because none of the pedals have brandings directly on them, we can say for certain that at least in the 20 years I have been collecting, not a single LRE Super Drive has ever popped up.
But I am very hopeful that some have survived!
LRE then has 3 versions of the Super Fuzz, and in my opinion here is the probable timeline:
1968 - Gray LRE Super Fuzz
1970 - Black LRE Super Fuzz
1971 - Orange/Blue LRE Super Fuzz1970 LRE Catalog:
1971 LRE Catalog: