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Lexon Apollo 2: Space Capsule or Radio?

by Paul Strauss

Renowned design shop LEXON has introduced their latest radio design, featuring looks inspired by the Apollo space capsule.

LEXON Apollo 2 AM FM Radio

The appropriately named Apollo 2 digital AM/FM radio comes in a retro-modern package that would make NASA proud. The radio has nicely integrated its controls into the design, rather than relying on buttons and knobs. To turn on the radio, simply turn the antenna. To change frequencies, just rotate the case.

The Apollo 2 comes in five zesty colors: aluminum, yellow, turquoise, pink and green and will set you back 45 Euro (appx. $58 USD).

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