Definitely one of the coolest record players ever made, the 1970s Patrice Dupont-designed UFO space age portable record player does come up on eBay now and again – as it the case with this one.
I make no apology for featuring this design again, as it's one of my all-time favourites. If it appeals to you too, this 1970s Patrice Dupont-designed UFO portable record player is available on eBay.
I know, we have featured one or two of these before. But as this 1970s Patrice Dupont-designed Philips 303 UFO record player comes with a (rare) low starting price, we just had to flag it up.
I know this is something we have featured before, but I can't resist flagging up this Patrice Dupont-designed Philips 303 UFO portable record player, because the starting price is so low.
All too often, this icon of the 1970s space age era comes with a substantial 'Buy It Now' price, but this example can find its own price. As auctions always should. This UFO has the red cover and has apparently been checked by a 'specialist', with 'quite expensive, Germanium Transistors' replaced, so it's good to go for many more years. it also has a new battery compartment (works with battery or mains) and plays 'like a new one'.
A few minor usage marks, says the seller, but nothing more. Which is why it's worth talking about. Bidding stands at £1 right now.
We have featured this design before in our eBay slot, but we are covering this 1970s Philips 303 UFO record player by Patrice Dupont once more because this example is just so cheap.
That could be because of a couple of minor problems – the battery cover is missing and there's a crack on the hinge. Neither affect operation and everything else is just fine. In fact, it even comes with a rare blue lid as a bonus, so that's something.
Which all makes it something of a bargain. Right now this UFO record player is at just £1. We have seen these making £300+ in the past, which gives you an idea of how much of a steal this is.