It certainly looks the part, especially if you are in the market for a radio that looks to be from the middle of the 20th century. When you tune in, you might think you have gone back in time too, as it only offers AM and FM radio reception. No DAB here.
However, the Bluetooth might well save the day, as it means you can play back music from your smart device wirelessly through the old school radio, Very useful. You can control the audio via your phone and tablet too.
If you want to use wires, this thing also has an aux input to play music from any smart media device, as well as an integrated 3.5mm jack for headphone use.
When it comes to radios, the Konig Retro Radio is also at the cheaper end of the market too, selling for £39.95.