New iPhone/iPod Dock Charger and Bluetooth Handset Take You Back in Time

The Old Time Computer has brought an interesting retro-styled iPhone dock charger with Bluetooth headset for iPhone/iPod users. The company has done a great job by merging the modern technology with old one and bringing for us a completely new experience.

It is certainly a great piece of craftsmanship and is completely handmade. This retro-styled dock charger has a built-in charger to keep your iPhone/iPod charged. The dock in its true sense seems to be like vintage in design with a conventional handset (telephone receiver) which can be connected to iPhone via Bluetooth.

The graphic-designer turned carpenter who introduced this unique design popularly known as woodguy32. Except for this extraordinary design, he has already designed several custom-built cases or enclosures for the devices ranged from iPad to the iMac. Another worth mentioning creativity of this guy is hot rods which he makes from wood.

The artist made this dock with a whole lot of wood block and adds some metal tweaks into it so as to give it a typical retro touch. At the bottom, there is a small opening from which an Apple’s 30-pin USB cable is passed through to make certain that your iPhone/iPod remains charged. The Bluetooth connectivity will be functional up to 30 feet of surrounding area.

Along with this dock, the app displayed in the device actually not developed for this particular setup rather this rotary dialer app is available for free download in the App Store among many others. Literally speaking, this rotary dialup matches perfectly with the wooden dock setup.

You can have this dock charger at cost of $72 (plus $15 as additional shipping charges) at Etsy. You need to allow 2-3 weeks before you have your order. It is also worth noting that the product is not produced in abundance, rather it is prepared according to the available orders.

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