Minimalist Bedside Radio

MWT is having an issue with his bedside alarmclock radio. Only one station comes in and it isn’t one we want to hear at 6:30 in the morning. So, we’re shopping for a new one. When I spotted The Hidden Radio I thought I might have found a replacement. By Australian designer John Van Den Nieuwenhuizen, the radio ‘attempts to be silent both visually and functionally by having the cap in the downward position. By lifting the cap the user proportionally increases the volume. The further the cap goes up the louder the sound gets. To tune the radio you simply rotate the cap and receive feedback of tuning quality via the LED on the front.’ Now, if it were only available in an alarmclock model..... Via.

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