Monday, September 14, 2009

Retro Papercraft Speakers

Pictures above via technabob

The steps to make your paper speaker
Picture above via chipchick

Information via technabob

These Retro Papercraft Speakers are great little accessories for a desk or nightstand, and perfect for anyone who loves crafts. Follow the instructions to cut and assemble these papercraft kits around the USB speaker unit, and you'll have your very own boombox, phonograph cabinet, or bookshelf stereo, all made from nothing but paper. Plug in your PC or MP3 player, and you've got the funkiest little speaker set around.

The Papercraft Speakers feature:

  • 1W Mono speaker unit with 1/8" input (headphone/line-in)
  • Choose from Boombox, Phonograph Cabinet, or Bookshelf
  • Power: USB 3W DC (plug into any PC or powered USB hub)
  • Dimensions: 160x40x50mm (boombox), 125x115x45mm(phonograph), 154x80x50mm (bookshelf)
  • Weight: 60g
  • Assembly required. Scissors, box cutter, and glue not included
  • Manual: Japanese
Click here to buy

This is really cool :)


Nard said...

Yes... the red radio, not paper, its the real one.. still alive, preserved hehe :-) antique

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