We celebrate over 50 years of radio.cubo design history with the radio.cubo 50 edition.
The best radio.cubo ever updates and includes a new rechargeable lithium battery to allow you to always carry it with you and never leave yourself alone. The same materials as back then. The metal alloy ZAMAX, the 6 subsequent processes, the choice of plastics and packaging, make the object precious.
With radio.cubo 50 playing your favorite playlists in the highest quality from smartphone, tablet or PC has never been easier thanks to the latest generation Bluetooth. Or via cable via Aux connection. Listen to your music in high definition directly from Spotify, Deezer or any other streaming music program!
Listen to your favorite radio stations digitally thanks to the DAB / DAB + function or in FM and wake up with the right notes thanks to the programmable clock radio. radio.cubo 50 is also equipped with a remote control for convenient remote control and an input for a second speaker, for a listening experience.
A timeless object, able to maintain its function and its place in home furnishings for another 50 years.
- Bluetooth • Dab/Dab+
- Dual power supply: electric & lithium battery (6 hr)
- Aux port
- Ingresso Aux
- LCD Display
- 10 FM storage programs
- 10 DAB storage programs
- 1 4” loudspeaker
- Clock radio
- Remote control
- Super Bass speaker
- Connection for extra speaker
- Click here to read the instruction booklet
- Closed radiocubo dimensions L21.99 x P12.99 x H12.99 cm
Brionvega mask kit
Exclusively, only for purchases from the official Brionvega website, with the purchase of a radio.cubo you will receive a "Brionvega mask kit" containing 2 protective masks and 1 container bag of the same color as the purchased radio.cubo.
Filter masks for the exclusive use of the community. It is not a medical device or dpi. Washable at 40 ° and reusable. 100% Made in Italy. KIUNEY SRL Badia settefrati, 52 06066 Pietrafitta, Perugia Italia
Richard Sapper & Marco Zanuso
In the early 1960s, began an important collaboration between German designer Richard Sapper and the designer and architect Marco Zanuso, a partnership that would last for many years. Brionvega, an Italian electronics company which aimed to compete with Japanese and German producers, commissioned Sapper and Zanuso to create several radio and television sets. These products soon became icons of Italian design.