Epitomizing the populist approach of 1970s design, the “Toot-A-Loop” is a retro transistor from Panasonic that becomes fashionable jewelry for easy transportation. Intended for the youthful consumers, the R-72 is a functional device that not just sits on the table elegantly, but can also be worn as a bracelet or even hung over the handlebars of your bike. Featuring a 9-volt battery and a jack for a mono earplug, the retro radio also presents a volume control on the outer diameter that can be adjusted, no matter if the radio is twisted, open or closed. Capable of changing its basic structure (a donut), the radio sits like a coiled snake on the table and, when curled, forms an attractive “S” shape. The only hitch to the artistic gadget is that it can only catch AM frequencies.