On the face of it, not massively cheap. But when you consider than the reproduction 1960s-style UO x Crosley Sterling record player sells for £250 in the UK, this restored 1960s Dansette RG31 record player and radio with legs suddenly looks decent value.
A premium early 1960s player in red and cream, this one has been fully restored and serviced. It also has the benefit of those distinctive detachable legs too.
As for the player, it has a BSR UA14 turntable that plays speeds of 16, 33, 45 and 78rpm, medium / long wave radio, a four-valve amplifier and brass capped controls. All the inner workings have been serviced, the player has been stripped and cleaned inside and out and whilst not new, it is described as being 'fully restored and serviced to as new working condition'.
Right now, all of that will cost you £156.99, with a few days of bidden to go.