Milk Crate Stereo Puts the Hammer(s) Down
August 4th, 2012
I’ve seen some unusual audio gear over the years, but if you’re looking for a truly unique stereo for your living room, I’m betting you haven’t seen one that looks like this.
Handmade by Devin Kain of Bugcicle, this unusual stereo is made from an old milk crate, stood up on legs made out of four antique hammers. The face of the stereo has been adorned with a cool, backlit original photograph. Under the hood are four 3-inch full-range speakers, and if you look carefully, you’ll notice that porcelain door knob on top is actually the volume control.
It’s definitely a one-of-a-kind stereo and would look pretty cool if you’re into that upcycled look. You can find the Milk Crate stereo for $999(USD), along with a number of other unique recycled stereos over on Bugcicle’s Etsy shop.