Once again, members jump on a request for information by a new member to promote their own points of view. The OP has a decent system at home, and is specifically looking for a portable unit to take with them on holidays. Not what I want nor have any specific experience with, but a reasonable request. I did in fact advise not to expect the best playback as compared to a home stereo setup, but pointed them in a direction that they were already seeking to go. It is up to the OP to make the decision, and they can only do that if they have adequate information, and less opinion. Instead of arguing points with one another, I think it more important to provide dialogue with the poster. We all know there is junk out there pretending to be quality, but positive input is more beneficial to the OP than a bunch of negative ranting. Most of us had to take cautious steps first in our pursuit of vinyl appreciation too, and there are many levels of participation. Here again....YMMV!!!
Again, the players are built at the same Shenzhen Skywin OEM factory as the Electrohome Signature, Crosley Nomad, the TEAC LPU192CD, etc, sharing the exact same parts as the infamous Crosley Cruiser (in fact, the "Vintage Vinyl Retro Platenspeler" that milousolange cited is the EXACT same as the Crosley Cruiser) players. They exhibit the same problems as others and generally do not have very sound quality at all.
Unfortunately, it's not realistic to find a "portable" player that does not have the same terrible nonadjustable tonearm, bad tinny speakers, and horrible ceramic (or the bad AT3600L moving magnet in some of the low-end players) cartridge that will indeed damage records at a much higher rate. I wouldn't even recommend any Crosley Deluxe players with what appears to have a fake counterweight. Let alone the price range he's looking at. His best bet is probably the Gramovox, but it obviously costs a fair bit more.
And as JoeE SP9 eluded, portable players had their use decades ago but with the advent of easily porting lossless digital files and recordings, carrying around vinyl records and a portable player is not practical from a sound and logistical standpoint.