Not in perfect condition, but the price is right on this 1970s Bang & Olufsen, BeoCenter 2000 audio system.
I personally think vintage B&O is undervalued – great audio quality and stylish looks, very much of an era. In fact, as I write, this Bang & Olufsen Beocenter 2000 audio system is under £1.
Which is madness when you think about it. It's been designed by Jacob Jensen, it's got a stylish teak surround, slightly space looks, that B&O audio know-how and best of all, is still a practical item – able to play our vinyl, radio via AM and FM and of course, playback for all your old tapes.
It's also in 'very good condition' and full working order, despite being over 30 years old. All you need is some speakers. For 99p, it's a giveaway. Another shot of it over the page.
No matter what era you go for, you'll always get a slightly futuristic feel from any Bang & Olufsen design throughout the years, including this Bang & Olufsen Beolit 707 radio.
This particular transistor radio was made in Denmark between 1976 – 1981, but you would never guess that. Ok, it's not got a digital display like a modern radio, but everything else, right down to those blue side panels, could be from the modern era.
But what you do get is that Bang & Olufsen quality, described as being in 'fully working condition' and 'with fantastic sound for a portable radio'. It's even been cleaned and serviced. All you need are the batteries and you're. Plus the cost of buying it – right now that's £15.96.