SPIN CLASS

Ec­cen­tric turnta­bles to get you in the groove

Esquire (UK) - - Style -

Vinyl sales are up, reach­ing their

high­est UK to­tal in 25 years. Clas­sic turnta­bles like Nineties ravers’ friend the Tech­nics 1210 are back in pro­duc­tion. Stand out

from the party with one of the new de­sign class, some­thing that pairs mod­ern tech with off-the­wall looks. Here are three of the wildest, weird­est mod­els around.

1 | PRO-JECT VT-E BT

Can be hung ver­ti­cally on a wall. Records are clamped se­curely in place while Blue­tooth tech con­nects it wire­lessly to your speak­ers.

£380; hi­figear.co.uk

2 | BARKY

Fea­tur­ing high-qual­ity parts from au­dio spe­cial­ists Rega, the Barky

sets it­self apart with its solid ash cir­cu­lar base and ad­justable solid-brass spiked feet. £2,045; au­diowoood.com

3 | LOVE

From Swiss de­signer Yves Béhar, the ob­long Love spins around your vinyl like the hands of a clock. It can also skip tracks, con­nect to Blue­tooth/ Wi-Fi and can be op­er­ated via

a mo­bile phone.

£TBA; kick­starter.com

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