Enjoy these fun retro products
Things weren’t always better in the 1960s and ’70s, but some are definitely worth revisiting…
Containing Fizzy Blue Bottles, Cola Bottles, Fried Eggs, Fizzers & Parma Violets, Love Hearts, Refresher Chews, Foam Shrimps, Snowie Stars and Jelly Beans, you may thank us for sharing this with you, but your dentist won’t. £24.99. www.retro-sweet. co.uk
Dansette GPO Bermuda Red turntable plays 33, 45 and 78 speed records. Record all your vinyl to a USB stick, plus MP3 and USB playback available. Built-in twin stereo speakers with 2 x 2.5 watt output. £149. www.getinthemix.com
The first and original lava lamp designed by the founder of Mathmos and inventor of lava lamps; Edward Craven Walker in 1963. £75. www. mathmos.com
Surely everyone had one of these in the ’70s. The Trim phone is a perfect blend of old and new, a contemporary version of the classic telephone with all the style and features of the original, but with modern push-button dialling for convenience. Also...
Orla Kiely 70s Flower medium enamel casserole pot, Apple Green. £60. www. wildandwolf.com
As well as looking totally fabulous, essential listening features on these Roberts’ Revival DAB portable radios include 120-hour battery life, FM/DAB wavebands and stereo line-in socket for ipod/mp3 playback. £179.99, www.robertsradio. com/uk
Remember that magical moment when the noodles went crispy in the frying pan? Vesta Chow Mein is still on sale at Tesco for £1.65.
How many Sixites homes had this hanging over the mantlepiece? The Chinese Girl by Vladimir Tretchikoff . A print is yours for around £20 on ebay.
The shake to erase function makes Etch A Sketch appear like magic so that you can start all over again. £14.99. Independent Cotswold toy shops and www.amazon.co.uk
Orla Kiely 70s Flower large enamel casserole pot, Persimmon Orange. £79. www.wildandwolf.com
Orla Kiely 70s Flower enamel tea pot. £50. www.wildandwolf. com