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LEGO Icons Retro Radio Coming!

Today the LEGO Group unveiled the #10334 LEGO Icons Retro Radio set, a nostalgic nod to the iconic music styles of the 1950s and 1960s. The retro radio promises a delightful voyage through musical time, combining vintage charm with contemporary functionality.

This 906-piece set brings the summer vibes and offers a unique and novel experience to music, art, and nostalgia aficionados. The vintage radio comes with a fold-up handle and antenna, classic power and tuning dials, and a sliding frequency switch. Rotate the dials to emit tuning signals and music snippets. You can also switch between different pre-recorded sounds in soundbrick – mimicking a real retro radio. With a modern twist, music fans can insert and hide a mobile phone via the radio’s back panel to play tunes.

Transport back to the 1950s and 1960s, eras that became powerful forms of expression and creativity. With vintage decoration and vibrant colors, the retro radio integrates seamlessly with today’s modern interior making this set a captivating decorative centerpiece and the perfect gift for any occasion. The radio (with the antenna in vertical position) measures over 12 in. (32 cm) high, 9 in. (23 cm) wide and 2.5 in. (7 cm) deep.

The #10334 LEGO Icons Retro Radio will be available for LEGO Insiders from the 1st of June for all from the 4th of June. Prices are as follows: €99.99 / £89.99/ $99.99/169.99 AUD/42990 HUF/129.99 CAD/2599 MXN/899 CNY. For more information visit the LEGO Icons section of the Online LEGO Shop.

What do you think? How do you like the retro radio? Feel free to share and discuss in the comment section below!

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  • LEGOJeff May 9, 2024, 1:57 PM

    Not my thing, but it’s well done. Not as interesting as the typewriter or Pac man set though. I

  • Tanner May 9, 2024, 2:22 PM

    We haf a silvwr and black radio in the 70s. These green ones were before my time.

  • Håkan May 9, 2024, 8:25 PM

    I’m not an expert on old radios, but it appears as if this hasn’t been based on any real radio model, in order to avoid paying extra licensing fees.

  • mr. marmelade May 10, 2024, 12:51 PM

    I could prank my coworkers with this. You know, but my phone in and play music. They will think it’s all made out of lego!

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