Metal phonograph sculpture made of sturdy steel materials with sound amplifier that naturally boosts sound through acoustic pathways with no additional power.
You will never worry about disturbing others with music amplification. It offers more appropriate volume than a normal speaker.
Solid black finish and sleek design provide a dramatic touch on an accent table or bookshelf
Wide rectangular base offers extra stability.
It provides stable holding and comfortable viewing for watching videos and making Face Time calls.
Dimensions (Overall): 7.25 inches (H) x 4.5 inches (W) x 8 inches (D)
Weight: 1.48 pounds
Item Number (DPCI): 081-08-0891
This Black Metal Phonograph from Project 62™ is a phone stand with sound amplifier. It’s designed to increase the resonance of sound from a cell phone with no additional power. It is also a great accent piece for audiophiles or anyone looking for a sleek accent piece for an end table or bookshelf. The sturdy steel sculpture has a solid black finish that will pop against your existing decor, and a large rectangular base that ensures stability on your shelf or table.
1962 was a big year. Modernist design hit its peak and moved into homes across the country. And in Minnesota, Target was born — with the revolutionary idea to celebrate design for all. Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living.
I really want to love this as much as everyone else does... and maybe someone else can help me out here if there is something that I am missing... but the design flaw is that there does not seem to be a way to have your phone charging while using this cool little speaker. I do love the sound and the old-school design but I can really only see myself using it on a regular basis if I can also have my phone plugged in. Why would this not be part of the design? Otherwise this would be my new favorite thing in my life.
I LOVE this iPhone stand/speaker! The piece itself is well-made; heavy base, sturdy metal. My iPhone 8 fits in slot nicely. Sound is definitely amplified coming through the "speaker". And I really like the modern look of an old classic. It fits in nicely with the industrial style of my basement.