If you’re searching for for a gift under the tree, why not go retro with GPO? Whether it’s a retro telephone to make your living room ring with style. A Bluetooth speaker in the style of a an 80’s Boombox. Or a record player that plugs into your entire music collection – be it vinyl, cassettes or digital. Whatever you are looking for, GPO has got everything for your Christmas wishlist.
GPO 746 Rotary Dial Telephone
The GPO 746 Rotary Telephone prides itself on its traditional and authentic look and feel with built-in modern technology. The 1970s household loved the GPO 746 and our updated design perfectly echoes its no-nonsense, classic style. Available in Blue, Green, Red, Black, Cream, Pink, Mustard, Orange, Grey and Bronze.
GPO Brooklyn Boombox
Bringing the ’80s boombox bang up to date, the GPO Brooklyn gives you sound and style in equal measure. Fully portable with two 40 watt speakers, control the Volume, Balance, Bass and Treble, stream via Bluetooth, play Cassettes, CDs or use the DAB and DAB+ radio. Available in Black or Silver.
GPO Attache Record Player
The GPO Attache features a full size turntable and built in speakers, so it’s perfect for those just starting out as record collectors. It comes in a number of stylish shades, Black, Blue, Reed, Brown and Green. Plug in external speakers to boost the sound of the built-in speakers, and make the most of your Vinyl collection. There’s even a USB included so you can convert your records to digital format.
Give your Vinyl the stylish home it deserves with the wooden finish of the GPO Chesterton. You can convert your records to digital format with USB, play CDs, Cassettes, FM radio through the built-in speakers.
The original GPO Telephones were produced by the General Post Office in the UK from the mid-19th Century, right up to the late 20th Century whilst the telephone network was still a publicly run service. Within that one hundred and fifty year period the GPO released a huge amount of memorable and sturdy phones designed for everyday use which were eventually discontinued as the company was turned into a private corporation in the 1980s and technology moved on to satisfy a demand for cheaper products.