|Hardware Interface||USB, 3.5mm Audio|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Battery cell composition||Lithium-Air|
|GSM frequencies||108 MHz|
|Radio Bands Supported||2-Band|
|Package Dimensions||10.21 x 7.29 x 5.11 cm; 45 Grams|
|Item Weight||45 g|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Date First Available||28 September 2019|
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|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Radio bands supported||2-Band|
|Hardware interface||USB, 3.5mm Audio|
About this item
- ★[HIGH QUALITY RECEPTION AM/FM RADIO] 64-108MHz FM; 520/522-1710KHz AM; 9/10KHz AM steps adjustable. The stereo radio can remember up to 58 of your favorite stations. Long press "Tuner +/-" and then it will automatically search effective station and stop. Simple operation allows you to enjoy music, morning talk shows, sports games.
- ★[MP3 DESIGN FOR EXERCISE] Small Size AM/FM radio with earbuds, this portable radio work with any 3.5mm earphone. This pocket radio does not have the speaker; you must wear the headset to listen. Suitable for jogging, walking and other exercises.
- ★[LOCK SCREEN SAVES POWER] Lock switch design prevent accidental operation suggests the ideal behind this radio is primarily for put it in pocket; Built-in 500mAh rechargeable battery and long working time.
- ★[COMPACT & LIGHTWEIGHT] This little simple radio is around the size of a credit card, and can slip easily into any pocket, handbag or glove compartment. Use it for jogging, walking around neighborhood, taking the dog for walk, workout at the gym, or running. It’s also an ideal gift idea for birthdays of elderly or kids, Christmas, or ‘just because’.
- ★[WHAT YOU GET FROM US] Not only muliti-function AM/FM Radio with 3.5mm earphones, lanyard, and a usb cable you get but also 12 month no-pressure product exchange and money back guarantee. If there are any problem or misunderstanding, please feel free to contact at anytime,we will be always here to assist you.
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1.Radio waves can be affected by external environment. The distance of the signal, the weather, or the building nearby can be the factors make the reception weak.
2.Our radio can be used on any earphones with 3.5mm earphone jack. The earphones included in the package do not have bass effect. You can use your own earphones with the radio instead for your own sound effect.
Frequency:FM 87.5-108 MHz,AM: 520/522-1710 KHz(9/10KHz AM steps adjustable)
Tuning increment: FM: 0.1MHz, AM:10KHz
Sensitivity: FM≤20μV, MW≤5mV/m
Power: Built-in 500mA rechargeable lithium battery
Charging voltage: DC 5V 500mA
Size:3.3 x 1.8 x 0.5 inch
Weight: 45g / 0.1lb
1 x Personal Radio
1 x Earphone
1 x USB charging cable
1 x English manual
1 x Hand lanyard
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I find the need to recharge the battery most inconvenient.
I prefer a battery model which requires less action
The battery capacity is very small indeed.
The operating instructions are complicated for one who struggles with modern devices, although I can manage the computer well, within limits.
I would like to consider other portable radios that could my needs supplied by Amazon.
I regret any inconvenience I may be causing.
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Added nine months later: I have two of these radios & both are durable with no problems or issues.
(1) I would have loved a deep bass boost function, but even without it, sound quality is acceptable, especially using higher quality earphones or earbuds
(2) Setting and deleting memories is fussy, and the English-challenged instruction sheet is really no help. Thankfully, since I'm only using this for two stations, it's no big deal for me
(3) Ergonomically, the volume buttons and tuning buttons should be switched. The vertical top-bottom button should be tuning, while the dual up-down buttons should be volume. But, I suppose I'll get used to it.
(4) It remembers your previously tuned AM frequency when you switch bands and go back to AM, but it does not do this for FM. For instance, if you last listened to 1490 AM, 92.5 FM on the first FM band, and 104.9 FM on the second FM band, when you leave AM and then come back, it'll go back to an AM band tuned to 1490. But, with the two FM bands, when you leave them, you won't come back to 92.5 FM or 104.9 FM, but the beginning of the bands, 64.0 MHz and 87.0 MHz on FM1 and FM2, respectively.
(5) If you're listening to a station, if you start tuning up or down one step at a time, and do it pretty quickly, it will seem to stay on the station you were listening to until you arrive at a new frequency, and then "re-tune" it. For instance, you could be listening to 106.1 FM playing Aerosmith, and then want to step up to 107.5 FM playing Beyonce. You'll start with the up button one at a time to 106.2, 106.3...so on, until you get to 107.5. But while you're doing that, you'll still be hearing the Aerosmith song as if you're actually still locked on the 106.1 station, until you stop at whatever frequency. In my hypothetical case, you get to the 107.5 station, at which point it will retune and then start in on the station playing the Beyonce song at that moment. I suppose this is a DSP quirkk.
(6) No signal strength meter or RDS, but I wasn't expecting for the price point.
(7) Seek-scan functionality is rather useless, stops on too many spurious noise and non-stations.