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When you're crisscrossing the globe, you don't want to have to haul extra weight or worry about power adapters. That's why this lightweight, battery powered radio is the ideal choice for the world traveler. Though this radio is small, it sounds mighty. Includes AM/ FM reception plus access to seven shortwave bands, so you can keep up-to-date wherever your travels take you. The LCD display, clock, and built in alarm mean you'll be on time, no matter what time zone you're in.AM/FM stereo and 7 shortwave bands (49,41,31,25,22,19 and 16 meters.)Analog tuner with classic knob and digital display.Rotary volume control.Digital display shows frequency, time, sleep time and symbols for sleep timer and alarm activation.Clock, sleep timer and alarm function.Inputs for earphones (included).Internal ferrite bar antenna for AM reception.Telescopic antenna for FM and SW reception.Power source: 2 AA batteries (not included).Size: 2.5 in. x 4.5 in. x .75 in. Weight: 4.5 oz.
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