A Very Relaxed Radio

You will never find a more chilled out radio than this. “Radio Valerie.” No buttons, no switches. At least none that are immediately apparent. Reveal to yourself the simplicity. To tune the radio, pull the antenna back and forth along the station markers. The speaker face turns the radio on, the speaker face turns it off, and the speaker face controls the volume. And of course the antenna increases the signal reception. Super chill.

I wonder, should I have such a device in my possession, were I to listen to metal music, would the radio move itself into a more metal position? Perhaps with the adult contemporary… a swaying relaxation?

Any way you tease it, this radio has personality.

Designer: Radio Valerie

Radio Valerie by Valentin Vodev 01

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10 Comments

  • Nicholas Sherlock says:

    Doesn’t holding onto the antenna change the way the radio receives its signal? Perhaps I just live in a marginal signal area, but trying to tune a station while holding onto the antenna would be totally futile here.

  • Jeremofer says:

    Hmm… wouldn’t that stick into someone’s eye by accident if you’re holding it like that?

    • bugabu says:

      probably if someone do that by accident he/she need to see doctor for coordination problems 🙂 or maybe we need to pass a law for all antennas and put sticker on all radios: “DANGER! DO NOT STICK ANTENNAS IN THE EYE!”

  • breaks stereotype….nice

  • bugabu says:

    very nice, I love it

  • bill says:

    the radio is cool and fresh,it’s interesting

  • Maarten says:

    Uhm… Different, but it looks a bit inconvenient with the antenna. When you want to find the sweet spot with the antenna, it also changes channel…

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