This Troika Retro FM/AM Radio proves once again that it only takes brushed aluminium and a design apparently created to play ABBA songs in 70s Sweden to make us drool with desire, no matter if it doesn't contain a single trace of digital gadgetry inside—just pure analogue noise, oversized knobs and a seemingly gratuitous choke with no obvious application. Unless the thing actually runs on gas, in which case its category could go from "Cool Stuff" to "Must Have NOW." [Gadget Lab]
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