Weighing in at 9.2 pounds this thing kicks - not battery charger however, but it's not a deal breaker.
I like nice things in small packages and this radio fits the bill.
AM/FM/MP3/Ipod/cd aux. inputs is more than enough for me.
Reasonably priced, rugged, and sounds great but i'm not convinced with the independent AC adapter.
We'll see how it holds up over time as i'm pretty hard on radios, but overall I like it so far.
|AM/FM Stereo PLL synthesized|
|Manual /preset/scan tuning|
Share your experiences and opinions about this tool.
-Sounds alright, pretty bass heavy.
-Sturdy, has taken a couple of back flips off some 1 story roofs and come out unscathed.
-Power adapter connection is bound to break. I have to tie mine around the metal bar in the front of it so the plug doesn't get pulled out.
-Doesn't last as long as they claim on battery power. Doesn't make it through the day on 2 fully charged 1.5mah batteries.
-Does not charge batteries
Ipod inputs on front and in sealed battery compartment so you can put your iPod inside the radio safely away from weather, dust and abuse.
Long run time on a battery, plays all day on a 3.0 ah battery.
The stock power cord is lame. I picked up an improved and compatible version at Radio Shack.
got it as a gift from a very satisfied customer. Sounds great, I use a cord to hook up with my smartphone and run Pandora and TuneIn radio. Power cord sucks as others have stated. Mine is 1 year old and is already breaking at the connection to the transformer.