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A wristwatch-sized strap on turntable on which LPs can be
mounted. A thin, telescopic arm radiates from the spindle in
the centre ending in a stylus and a folding trumpet is placed
on it, which is otherwise stored in a drawer underneath the
spindle. When not being used for playback, the arm
through the minute on the central dial and a second, shorter
telescopic arm indicates the hour. This arm can also be used
to play singles.
cardboard record player.
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Jul 12 2014]
[xenzag, Jul 14 2014]
From 1924 [pocmloc, Jul 15 2014]
||Cool. Check out the link.
||The ideal basis for a Steampunk personal
||As a Plan B, you could have tubular bracelet, made of a wax cylinder, that I think would be able to play no matter the orientation of the forearm..
||The player would of course need to be connected by a bifurcated
Gosport tube to a large horn attached to each epaulette, so as to
produce the necessary quality of stereo reproduction.
||My husband would love this. He is a collector of all
things LP. We have rooms with nothing else in them.
So a huge + from me, so they will finally get played.
||[+] but I'm thinking of either a wristwatch that plays itty-bitty records, or something like a wall-clock turntable.
||+ what [FT] said. cool idea, but regular sized LPs
would be a bit unstable.
||What [nmr] said. Cylindrical tube records would make more sense.