Victrola Retro Wood Bluetooth Radio with Built-in Speakers, Elegant & Vintage Design, Rotary AM/FM Tuning Dial, Wireless

(13 customer reviews)

Brand Victrola Color Walnut Connectivity Technology Bluetooth Product Dimensions 9.5″L x 4.9″W x 6.3″H Tuner Technology FM, Internet Radio, AM Style Radio Power Source Corded Electric Radio Bands Supported 2-Band Included Components Bluetooth Stereo Item Weight 2.8 Pounds MORE THAN A RADIO – Victrola’s Retro Radio with Bluetooth lets you to listen to music not…


The Victrola Retro Wood Bluetooth AM/FM Radio is the perfect blend of antique design and modern features. It is an ideal addition to any home decor. With its outrageously stunning retro looks and the classic AM/FM Dial, it neatly disguises its modern-day Bluetooth feature that allows unlimited wireless streaming, as well as audio playback from your smartphone and other connected audio sources. The built-in speakers produce a balanced and clear sound with vintage tones that will take you straight to the 50s! The radio has all the controls right there starting from the rotary dial and tuner to navigate between AM/FM channels, a volume knob, and a bass & treble knob to adjust the sound quality. This intricately crafted radio will surely be a great conversation starter!

From the brand

From the manufacturer


Iconic Style

Victrola’s Willow Bluetooth Radio can take you on a nostalgic journey


Vintage aesthetic, modern features

The Victrola Willow Bluetooth Radio is a timeless classic, a relic meant to inspire memories of sitting in front of the fire and listening to your favorite program. Vintage analog dials and AM/FM radio meet new-age technology like wireless Bluetooth connectivity, so you can seamlessly sync your smart device and stream your favorite music from up to 33 feet away.




Speaker Built-in speaker delivers powerful sound in a compact package
Construction Retro wood design with classic rotary dial
Radio The Willow features AM/FM radio with traditional bass and treble controls
Bluetooth Features Bluetooth connectivity, allowing you to stream from your smart device without any messy wires
In the box Manual, power adaptor
Dimensions 9.5×4.9×6.3
Weight 2.83 lbs

Additional information

Weight 2.83 kg
Product Dimensions

9.5 x 6.3 x 4.9 inches


Espresso, Natural, Walnut

Item Weight

2.83 pounds





Item model number


Date First Available

June 30, 2018

Country of Origin



Innovative Technology

13 reviews for Victrola Retro Wood Bluetooth Radio with Built-in Speakers, Elegant & Vintage Design, Rotary AM/FM Tuning Dial, Wireless

  1. Tatum Thompson

    I bought this radio for my mom, who was born In the the 1940’s. She is not computer literate AT ALL. not even does she like digital dials. So she loved the dials on this radio. She sd it’s loud enough for her and her frnds complimented her on how nice looking it is. I recommend this for elderly ppl who was born in that era

  2. Amazon Customer

    This little radio was an amazing find! We are in a rural area but this baby picked up my favorite classic rock station, and the blue tooth capability was an added bonus! Absolutely LOVE it!

  3. djdownhill

    I bought this for my daughter for her birthday to go with her room that she was designing! It works perfect and it looks perfect in her room! That retro vibe is really cool and the ability to connect to Bluetooth makes it even better!

  4. MikeAndJennaLatini

    I really like the radio and style, reminds me of a 50s look, I wish when I asked for it for Christmas I had realized that the dial did not light up, the fact that there is no illumination is frustrating while trying to tune in a station. I need a flashlight or the light from my cellphone. The Bluetooth works great. I would have given the radio a 5☆ but the lack of a back light was disappointing.

  5. MM

    Love that it connects so easily to iPhone, that it plugs in the wall and doesn’t have to be charged via usb, has great sound and looks nice!

  6. Amazon Customer

    Vintage looking radio, works great, perfect size, and very happy with this purchase, Bluetooth connection works great, and sounds quality is great

  7. Sheila

    Absolutely love my radio speaker! Been using it for a couple months now and no problems. The sound is really good quality.

  8. passtheword

    I received this retro radio/bluetooth speaker a few days ago and it definitely exceeded my expectations. I was hesitant about buying it after I read a few of the negative reviews on here, but I’m so glad I went ahead and bought this. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this radio! The look and feel of this radio is really true to what this type of radio would have looked like decades ago. Between the wood finish, the knobs, the circular AM/FM dial, and the cover…I really appreciate how it looks…VERY CLASSY! Other than the giveaway of the small red and blue LEDs that are at the bottom right of the radio (for AM/FM or bluetooth), one wouldn’t be able to distinguish this radio from an actual antique radio IMO, unless you examined it up close. With the radio off and LEDs not displayed, it would be difficult to assume this radio was not the “real deal” (antique). The only part I really would have preferred would have been the dial to be lighted, but it’s not a big deal. If Victrola had offered the same model with a lighted dial, I would have willingly paid the difference in price for it. There is also a dial for bass and treble (it is just one knob and you turn it one way or the other to add more or less of each). I appreciate this feature too as I prefer more treble than bass when it comes to listening to radio and other music. I was also surprised at the sound quality for this type of radio (tabletop). It’s not a Bose, of course, but definitely sounds good! The Bluetooth connects quickly and sounds good also. Very stable connection. You do have to turn the volume up higher for the bluetooth verses the radio, but I kinda expected this was going to be the case with this radio.Regarding the person’s post about the FM dial needle not being aligned properly…I have not had that type of issue. I tuned into stations and they were pretty much on spot with the respective stations’ frequencies. We have a station at 99.5 FM and the needle was just under “100” so that seems accurate to me. What I couldn’t believe was how well this radio received stations, especially for a tabletop radio. I am about 25-30 miles south “as the crow flies” from the city. Although we receive most of the bigger 100 kw FM’s from the city, most of the lower powered stations are difficult, if not, impossible to receive on most radios here (other than via a car stereo). This radio has sensitivity like none other I have seen with a tabletop radio…well, maybe a tabletop that was actually made 30+ years ago. Not only am I able to hear all the 100 kw class C FM stations from the city, I am also hearing just about every low-powered FM translator from that area as well…stations we normally only receive on better quality radios, car stereos here in our area. Unbelievable reception on it! Granted, with a dial, you have to fine tune the dial to get some of the lower powered FM’s to “lock in”, but it’s doable and I get a fairly decent signal from those stations, just as I do the more powerful FMs.The one negative about this radio is the AM reception; it is definitely lacking, but most radio manufacturers are not spending a great deal of $ on the AM section of radios, anymore. Most non-music AM formats such as talk, sports, etc have moved to the FM dial in many areas, so AM is an afterthought. Sound-wise and recpetion for the AM section…I would give it a 2 out of 10 rating (10 being the best). I was unable to receive many AM stations on it, but then again, we are quite a ways from the city. Personally, I would have preferred the AM section to work better than it does, since I’m a radio nerd and interested in not only FM but AM broadcasting. If you’re looking for an AM radio for listening or for DX purposes, I wouldn’t recommend it. For those who don’t DX, you can always listen to stations via their online streams on your phone/tablet/mobile device and send it to the radio via bluetooth.I highly recommend this radio if you’re into antique radios and/or into FM DXing as I am. Definitely worth the $ I paid for it! If you’re thinking about buying it, GET IT!

  9. PedroLMC

    Radio estilo antigüo y sonido excelenteLo mejor es el acabado que tiene, da la sensación aunténtica de ser antigüo. La calidad del sonido es muy buena también.

  10. barb

    Great receiver and tone !!I really like the overall quality of this radio. It is simple to use, attractive, and has terrific reception and tone. The construction appears quite good but the finish is not wood but plastic that does resemble wood. It is a neat package and its compact size does not take up much shelf space yet still allows for good sound quality. I also like that you can choose between three different sources and can adjust the tone to suit what you are listening to (it has a good bass sound which enriches music very nicely). It is a worthwhile purchase and, in my opinion, fully deserves five stars based on appearance, sound quality, and function.

  11. Garry

    great kitchen radio good clear soundLiked the clear mid range sound , also loved the bluetooth function , works well with my laptop whenwatching football games etc . well made , love the looks of it . for the kitchen all you need

  12. Stalin de la Torre sotelo

    conforme calidad precioBuen producto, entrega antes de lo programado

  13. Amazon Customer

    Dont buyOne of the worst products. Spent 2500 rs to return the product back to manufacturer.very weak and horrible response from them.

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