An easy-to-assemble turntable kit makes it easier for any music lover to start listening to vinyl records

For those looking for a more tactile way to get into vinyl, there’s Spinbox, a small turntable kit that takes no more than 18 minutes to put together.

The turntable plays records at 33, 45 and 78 rpm and can spin 7, 10 or 12-inch records, as any standard turntable does. Spinbox is made from the same lightweight exterior that is used for packaging Apple products, making it a portable device ideal for parties. It has ports on the side for plugging into speakers.

The group behind Spinbox plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign soon. Potential funders can sign up for an email newsletter on their website to learn about the early bird specials of their campaign.

Spinbox

For those looking for a more tactile way to get into vinyl, there’s Spinbox, a small turntable kit that takes no more than 18 minutes to put together.

The turntable plays records at 33, 45 and 78 rpm and can spin 7, 10 or 12-inch records, as any standard turntable does. Spinbox is made from the same lightweight exterior that is used for packaging Apple products, making it a portable device ideal for parties. It has ports on the side for plugging into speakers.

The group behind Spinbox plans to launch a Kickstarter campaign soon. Potential funders can sign up for an email newsletter on their website to learn about the early bird specials of their campaign.