Functional Dollhouse Television

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Dok’s Emporium sells these fully functional 1/12th-scale model televisions for use in doll houses. They take a standard composite input to display reruns of Jem and the Holograms (or whatever you like provided it is truly outrageous) on the 2-inch screen.

You can buy one yourself for £99, provided you live in England.

Product Page [DollhouseTVs.co.uk via Newslite.tv]

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4 Responses to Functional Dollhouse Television

  1. Downpressor says:

    £99 is alotta shekels for this thing, but for the non building inclined types I guess thats market rate until competition comes along.

    Gotta wonder though why its an old style TV and not what would look like a wall mount flat screen. That would be easier to build and look cooler IMO.

  2. Anonymous says:

    And this being the UK, if this little toy is classed as “Equipment capable of receiving a television signal”*, you’ll need a license for it too. That’ll be £139.50 please, as this is a colour set.

    * It’s not. This is a joke.

  3. fsck says:

    And this being the UK, if this little toy is classed as “Equipment capable of receiving a television signal”*, you’ll need a license for it too. That’ll be £139.50 please, as this is a colour set.

    * It’s not. This is a joke.

  4. Bill Higgins-- Beam Jockey says:

    They take a standard composite input to display reruns of Jem and the Holograms (or whatever you like provided it is truly outrageous)

    I vote for Supermarionation!

    You can buy one yourself for £99, provided you live in England.

    I know a dollhouse collector in England who must be informed of this immediately!

    (So is it PAL-only, then?)

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