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  1. Video Disc Players CED
  2. VCR's in general
  3. First computer
  4. 386 laptop still working!
  5. Sony Walkman.
  6. Game and Watch
  7. Hey Hey 16k
  8. Radio
  9. C.B Radio
  10. CB RADIO..What was your "Handle" ??
  11. Pocket Calculators
  12. Computers.
  13. Technology gaffs
  14. Death of the cassette
  15. Coca Cola Hi FI
  16. 1970's radiogram
  17. VW Vinyl Record Player
  18. Tomorrows World
  19. The Ghettoblaster
  20. Wii optics
  21. Laserdisc?
  22. Colour TV
  23. The Gadget Show
  24. computer picture quiz
  25. electric stuff from the argos catalogue 1984
  26. Grundig reel to reel
  27. B.a.s.i.c
  28. Telephones
  29. Help me please! Disco record player!
  30. Clan 32 Cb Radio Club based in Northampton
  31. Amstrad Studio 100 and other midi systems
  32. Pdas
  33. Rabbit Phones
  34. keyboards (of the musical kind)
  35. The microwave
  36. What was your first mobile phone?
  37. Children Given Old Technology
  38. Record player bought from a catalogue around, 1981 or 82, what was it? PLEASE
  39. BBC Domesday Project up online
  40. Digital Watch
  41. Boobies, Hellhole, Shelloil calculator
  42. First Video recorder?
  43. An I-Pod....in 1988???!!
  44. Your oldest video tape ...
  45. Your First DVD/ VHS Tape/film ?
  46. Electric Typewriters
  47. High Street chains that still sell video recorders?.
  48. Losing Ceefax: The Analogue TV Switch Off
  49. Need a little help to find a 80`s midi system
  50. Niche Technology
  51. Handheld tv's
  52. Identify particular JVC video recorder.
  53. an item of iterested to people in the Mancester, England, concerning VHS
  54. Black & White TV's
  55. Early Versions of Windows
  56. The internet
  57. Digital Music & Technology
  58. Amiga demo....DYR?
  59. Vintage Television sets
  60. What was your first Radio?
  61. Mastering Machine Code on the Sinclair ZX Spectrum
  62. Whats your oldest working electrical appliance?
  63. Amstrad music systems
  64. Wilf Lunn
  65. Video Cassette Player Heaven
  66. A black rubber strip trailing from the back of 80's jallopies??!
  67. CB Fox Hunts
  68. Close ....... but not quite an I-phone
  69. Telephone chatlines for singles?
  70. Computer disc sizes ;-)
  71. Technology that has died since the year 2000
  72. Credit card wax rubbing machines
  73. Console type language labs
  74. Selmar and Linwood car alarms
  75. Capacitor plague
  76. Timex wrist watch
  77. Light guns and light pens
  78. Less common vintage 8 and 16 bit computers
  79. Wylex and Dorman Smith mains plugs and sockets
  80. Electric fires with heating elements that glowed red
  81. Amiga 500
  82. Atari 800
  83. Radio Shack TRS-80
  84. Commodore VIC-20
  85. Colecovision Game System
  86. Rima Infra Red cooking centre
  87. The demise of the DIN socket
  88. telephone line to house - what called?
  89. Calculating Machines
  90. PPx batteries
  91. Old Computers
  92. Numbered Diamond Stickers On Radio
  93. RIP David Bunnell
  94. Kodak Disc Cameras
  95. Your first Lap-Top
  96. Halogen, ceramic, and induction hobs
  97. Vintage Washing Machines
  98. CB Radio
  99. Police TETRA
  100. Sunburst Clocks
  101. 934
  102. Mansfield FM
  103. Novelty Radios
  104. Tetra
  105. 10-4 Good Buddy
  106. Nostalgic nuts, bolts, and spanners
  107. NICAM stereo sound
  108. Electric Plugs
  109. Obsolete old batteries
  110. Short Wave Radio
  111. Who bought which 8-bit?
  112. C120 cassette tapes
  113. Sinclair Radios, TV & other pre-computer products
  114. Old Cassette Tape Brands
  115. RSL Local Radio
  116. Advent Internet
  117. Electricity Pylons
  118. Cell Phone Masts
  119. Police Running Lock
  120. Blue Light Legislation
  121. Tetra
  122. Working With Dad
  123. Seven Second Delay
  124. Lifts/Elevators
  125. Tea makers
  126. Inventions and Innovations of the '70s '80s '90s.
  127. Electric clocks
  128. Killing cancer.
  129. Video v DVD - making the transition
  130. Central heating
  131. Home Shopping Purchases Monitors
  132. Maxpax drinks vending machines
  133. Stamp Vending Machines