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    Posted 3 months ago

    charmsomeone
    (1130 items)

    Panasonic Model R-72 radio. Freq range AM 325 1605kHz (571-. 187ml) Battery 9V Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.LTD. Made in Japan.

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    1. keramikos, 3 months ago
      charmsomeone, Cool. :-)

      *snip*

      R-72 Portable Radio, ca. 1972

      The Panasonic R-72 transistor radio, also known as the Toot a loop, is a wonderful example of pop art inspired design. Departing from the square box format, this portable is shaped like a donut with an off-center hole, designed to be worn on the wrist. Simply by twisting the swivel joint at the thinnest point, the radio forms an ā€œSā€ shape, with the circular station dial at the top and the speaker at the bottom.

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      https://collection.cooperhewitt.org/objects/18710417/

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