Hand Crank Classic Gramophone Wooden Model Kit
Hand Crank Classic Gramophone Wooden Model Kit
Hand Crank Classic Gramophone Wooden Model Kit
Hand Crank Classic Gramophone Wooden Model Kit
Hand Crank Classic Gramophone Wooden Model Kit

    Hand Crank Classic Gramophone Wooden Model Kit

    $174.99 $264.99
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    Description

    This is a super classic electric gramophone that is inspired by the original one invented by Thomas Edison. Retro style designed with a vintage record player, It is not only just a wooden model but also an actual gramophone that can play records.

    This Gramophone can be played without a battery after wound up. It comes with a vinyl record containing 3 music: The Merry Gent, Memory Of A Dance, and The Giant Killers. And It also can support other 7-inch and 10-inch records.

    Specifications

    • Comes with a vinyl record containing 3 music:
    • The Merry Gent, Memory Of A Dance, The Giant Killers.
    • Wood piece: 424 pcs
    • Assembly time: About 8 hours 
    • Recommend age: 14+, children under the age of 14 can complete the assembly accompanied by their parents. C
    • Certificates: EN71, CE, FSC, FCC;
    • Weight: 1kg
    • Assemble size: 226*261*429 mm
    • Package size: 317*235*83 mm

     

    It can manually control the volume through the knob. We also made a micro USB port, which can be connected to an external power supply to reduce the intensity of the hand crank.

    This antique Gramophone wooden model with beautiful melodies will take you back to the 19th century. It's a great impressive gift for people of all ages.

    The History of Gramophone

    The gramophone, invented by the American Edison in 1877, is generally regarded as a miracle in the 19th century. It is a machine that records and reproduces sound through analog signals. In the 1940s, the gramophone was the main music player, and it can still be seen on the screen. After the 1960s, people gradually entered the digital age, and the gramophone gradually faded out of people’s vision. However, the sounds recorded in the analog signal era are still played through the gramophone, which is more classic and precious.

    Follow the instructions step by step. It takes about 8 hours to complete this 3D wooden puzzle. Laser precision cutting, assembled by buckle, each part has corresponding code, which makes the assembling easier.

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