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It's highly likely that, as an adult, you harbour nostalgic thoughts regarding radio. Perhaps it was how you came to discover your all-time favourite songs, or perhaps it was when you saw a loved one enjoying it in the car or at home. Even though we now listen to music in very different ways, we still have a soft spot in our hearts for the humble radio. Because they are aware of this, LEGO has released the LEGO Icons Retro Radio, a working gadget that you can assemble yourself.

This 906-piece collection honours the sounds of the 1950s and 60s as well as the summertime excursions that these portable radios frequently provided the music for. Its vintage colours, minty green with light brown accents, and its dependable antenna would complete the look. The set has a dial to turn it on and switch between various pre-recorded sounds, including the white noise you hear in between stations, even though it cannot tune to the actual radio.

On the model's back, though, is where the real fun is. You can insert your phone and play music as if it were coming from the radio itself, thanks to a deftly concealed opening.

Additionally, it can become a focal point in your house, just like many LEGO sets. Its dimensions are 12 inches high by 9 inches wide by 2.5 inches deep, so you can put it on a table or shelf in your living room with ease. LEGO enthusiast Mehdi Rustamov's design served as the model for the LEGO Icons Retro Radio. He got the idea from a cherished old radio in his grandfather's home. "The materials, colours, and shapes. Regarding his initial invention, Rustamov remarked, "Everything in this little box was amazing." "I made the decision to design this radio with functional keypads and volume knobs. Now consider the most absurd possibility: what if this radio actually produces sound? 

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