Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone

Oct 10, 2014

Category: Tech

Some mashups of old and new technology don’t seem to make sense: Try using an Atari 2600 controller on the PS4, for example. But every now and then, the stars align and pure product symmetry is achieved. The Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone looks like it has achieved just that.

With a vintage design and sound inspired by those 1920s horn speakers, this attention-getter will be just perfect for streaming some old-time radio serials, and it will totally freak people out when you’re using it to blast Arcade Fire. The ingredients are simple – steel horn and solid walnut base – and after charging it for four hours you’ll get 12 to 18 hours of playback time. It comes with all the necessary cables and more nostalgia than a Happy Days marathon. [Purchase]

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