Edison's pocket phonograph

Edison's pocket Phonograph

It was a historic moment when Thomas Alva Edison succeeded in mechanically recording and reproducing a human voice in 1877. This pocket phonograph also goes back to one of his patents.
A narrow strip, into which fine grooves are stamped, is connected to a sound box (this can also be a balloon) and the thumbnail is used to play back the short messages. You can hear "Happy Birthday", "Merry Christmas", "Good Morning" and "Congratulations".

Dimensions of the built article: Diameter: approx. 9 cm, length: approx. 11 cm

Scope of delivery: printed cut-out cardboard sheet, 4 different strips, with detailed building instructions

  • 5 piece In stock
  • Delivery time: 2 - 3 Workdays (DE - int. shipments may differ)
5,90 €
incl. 19% VAT , plus shipping costs (Paket)
Please note our minimum order value of EUR 10.