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We don’t sell the Vertical Vinyl anymore, sorry!

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We did once and we had fun. But we've moved on. These things happen. We've suggested some alternatives below you might like:

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    A great feature for any home

    If you insist on listening to old-skool vinyl you might as well do it in a suitably eccentric manner. And seeing as records take up plenty of room, it makes sense to minimise surface clutter. Step forward the brilliantly bonkers Vertical Vinyl Wall Mountable Turntable.

    No, your eyes do not deceive you; this gravity-defying noisemaker really does play records vertically. Simply mount it on the wall, pop on a platter (33 or 45 RPM) and listen via the built-in speaker as you gawp at your records going round. And round. And round. And round…crikey, this is hypnotic stuff!

    As well as its space saving qualities, the battery-operated Vertical Vinyl is a funky way to reacquaint yourself with records you haven’t heard in ages. Now all you need to do is find some music worthy of its vertical nature. Anyone for Off the Wall? Shamone!

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    Product info

    lifestyle scale

    A great feature for any home

    If you insist on listening to old-skool vinyl you might as well do it in a suitably eccentric manner. And seeing as records take up plenty of room, it makes sense to minimise surface clutter. Step forward the brilliantly bonkers Vertical Vinyl Wall Mountable Turntable.

    No, your eyes do not deceive you; this gravity-defying noisemaker really does play records vertically. Simply mount it on the wall, pop on a platter (33 or 45 RPM) and listen via the built-in speaker as you gawp at your records going round. And round. And round. And round…crikey, this is hypnotic stuff!

    As well as its space saving qualities, the battery-operated Vertical Vinyl is a funky way to reacquaint yourself with records you haven’t heard in ages. Now all you need to do is find some music worthy of its vertical nature. Anyone for Off the Wall? Shamone!