The 'Elderadio' is a charming piece of technology for the elderly that is expertly crafted with quality materials in mind to ensure it's suitable for use by older consumers.
Designed by Erfan Sheidai, Farid Hatami, Kimia Chavoshi and Shirin Amini, the radio is inspired by Grundig radios and sports a vintage charm that will be appreciated by the elderly who are seeking out a way to enjoy music from anywhere. The radio features just two knobs for control and is crafted from textile, wood and brass materials to make it suitable for consumers to use and pass down to other family members or friends after they have finished with it.
The 'Elderadio' addresses an increased demand for old-fashioned aesthetics as consumers seek the latest functions with a retro twist.
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The 'Elderadio' Draws Inspiration from Equipment from the Past
- By: Michael HemsworthSep 18, 2018