For anyone who was born before 1980, this post is for you! Remember the nostalgia of the vintage radio? Turning the tuning knob to get the radio station just perfectly? Calling in to the radio station to request a song and then waiting patiently for it to come on? And if you were really with it, you’d have a cassette deck handy and be all set up to record the song when it played! Today happens to be National Radio Day, which I think makes it the perfect day to celebrate the vintage radio. There are some amazing vintage radios out there to pick from. If you have one you love, please share!
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If you’re shopping for a special someone who happens to love the vintage radio, then this little classic is perfect! It doubles as a Bluetooth speaker and comes in more colors than just this pretty pink. Perfect for the vintage radio fan!
If you really want to go old school, then this vintage radio is an amazing choice! This brings the listener back to the days of hearing War of the Worlds, on the radio, wondering what was going to happen. Also a Bluetooth speaker, this beauty would look great just about anywhere, but I think a family room would be perfect.
Of the vintage radio selections I’ve found, this one is my favorite! I love the cute little look of it. It has that cool old-fashioned feel, but the color is amazing. Oh yeah, and this one is Bluetooth also.
For the ultimate classic feel for the vintage radio, this model by Studebaker is perfect. It comes in red, black, or teal, and is simple and streamlined, playing the radio without any fancy bells and whistles. I love the red the most.
If you’re shopping for someone who loves the vintage radio look but also wants the convenience of newer tech, you know, like an alarm clock and a CD player, then this little beauty is bound to be the perfect gift. It comes in four different colors, I’m partial to this aqua though the red is pretty sweet, too.
And last in our roundup of the vintage radio is this very classic looking wooden model. I adore the crisscross fabric overlay over the speaker portion, and I love the buttons you press, the layout, and just about everything about it. Doubles as a Bluetooth speaker and would look amazing in your family room or breakfast nook!