Before smartphones became popular, the rotary telephone was a common household appliance and a classic form of communication with a round dial.
Games like Pac-Man and Space Invaders brought millions of people to the world of video games on the legendary Atari 2600 gaming machine.
The 8-track tape player, which gained popularity in the 1970s, was a portable music player
that let customers listen to their favorite songs while on the go.
A childhood favorite, the View-Master was a stereoscopic viewer that captivated audiences for generations with 3D visuals on circular reels.
The Cassette Walkman, which allowed consumers to tote their favorite tapes and listen anywhere, completely changed portable music before the iPod.
The soda syphon was a retro tool for creating carbonated water at home. It was an elegant way to add bubbles to water.
The Etch A Sketch was a drawing toy with a magical twist that let users spin knobs to make quick sketches.