Introduced in the late 1950s, the portable turntable gave music lovers the chance to take their tunes on the road. With a sleek, suitcase-like design--a Crosley hallmark--this turntable is designed to reflect the portable stylings of yesteryear. Three-speed and belt-driven, this one plays 33 1/3, 45 and 78 RPM records and includes modern conveniences such as a diamond-stylus needle and dynamic full-range stereo speakers.
In 1920, dismayed by the expense of a radio receiver, Powell Crosley decided to make his own. After building one for a fraction of the price, he was quick to spot the market potential. Crosley Radio's line of superbly detailed replicas and accessories continues to thrive today. We love their cool medley of technological aptitude and vintage attitude.