The international multi-store ‘Urban Outfitters’ has a wide range of reproductions of vintage designs available to order online. I just love these amazing, old school looking cameras, radios, head phones and accessories.
There are the Premium streetwear headphones, which are as tech as they are in vogue, and they come in many different colors. The design is lightweight with well-padded earcups and adjustable headbands.
The Nomad Portable Speaker is designed to make traveling sound better. It is inspired by vintage luggage and based on a 1930s design. It is also lightweight and capable, with an Aux Input for your iPod or MP3 player, laptop or turntable. And it cost just $72.
Another way to play records on the move and make your favorite music mobile is the portable USB Turntable. It looks so 1960s, yet it has the latest USB computer jack enabling you to hook it up to your computer and transfer your music. You can also connect other music sources and turn them into MP3s.
You can also buy the classic Diana F+ camera whose style dates back to the early 1960s. The all-plastic Diana is a cult legend, known for its dreamy, radiant, and lo-fi images. This Hong Meow Edition is a respectful reproduction which pays homage to the classic Flash Diana, and the brown case for it is so old fashioned cute.
Watch out electronic fanatics, you can easily spend a fortune shopping here.
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