Thank you to Rock “N” Rolla for providing me with products in exchange for this honest blog review. All opinions are 100% my own.

Did you know that the sale of vinyl records is at a twenty-eight-year high? I had no idea they were making such a comeback! This holiday season, turntables are going to be on wish lists for everyone from baby boomers to millennials.

Today, I would like to introduce you to a company who is making noise in the music world, Rock “N” Rolla. Rock “N” Rolla offers a line of fun, stylish and portable turntables. Their turntables have a retro look with today’s technology. Rock “N” Rolla has three styles for you to choose from- Junior, Premium, and XL. For my review, I received the Rock “N” Rolla Premium turntable.

The Rock “N” Rolla Premium turntable allows you to take your music with you, where ever you go. The turntable and speakers are completely enclosed in a hard briefcase.  The outside of the briefcase is designed to look as though it is from the 50s. It is really attractive!


The Rock “N” Rolla Premium has many modern features, they include:

Rechargeable Lithium battery that can hold a single charge for up to 4 hours
Temperature tested belt drive for reliability under excessive use
Durable motor providing accurate playing speed
3-speed playback (33/45/78) with (optional) automatic stop
3.5mm headphone output
RCA output to link an amplifier or external speaker
USB encoding to record and backup your vinyl directly to memory stick
Suspension technology for smooth playback
4 input options to connect all of your digital devices
Diamond tipped needle for high-quality playback
2 full range speakers


The Rock “N” Rolla Premium turntable is available in four colors, pink/white (shown above), white/red, black/white, and teal/white.

Rock “N” Rolla turntables are a great gift idea for anyone who enjoys music!

Right now*, Rock “N” Rolla is offering a free Maisy Kay record with every Rock N Rolla purchased. *While supplies last.

Buy It: Please visit the Rock “N” Rolla website to see the great selection of products they offer.

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This post currently has 4 responses.

  • ellen beck

    These are sooooo coool! OK I admit I am older, and remember dragging one of the originals around. We had blast with those old players, but goodness this puts ours to shame. No more cord- means it is so much more portable. I also like you can record your record ha!

  • Deb E

    I had a turntable in the 70s and am not in the market myself for one, but I can see younger kids having a fascination with them. Personally I hope CDs never die out since I like that media the most currently. They do have some cool looking turntables and it would make a great gift for those having it on their wish list.

  • Sarah L

    Had one of these many, many moons ago. I do have some records. to play on it.

  • Cynthia R

    What a cute design. I’m sure my niece would love to play music on this.

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