ICF-7500

FM/AM 2 Band Receiver (1976)

Sleek and slim radio, with no protruding controls. When introduced, the ICF-7500 represented fresh styling and refined design. It was a clear departure from other contemporary radios, and it made its mark as the first unit envisioned for use during work commutes. The designers focused on the ideal projected area ratio for the tuner and speaker. Between these parts, a high-precision joint serves as a design accent and enables the unit to be opened and closed with a single touch. The release bar is another example of a new part incorporated in the design.