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C Crane CC SW Pocket AM/FM Shortwave Pocket & Travel Radio SWP

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  • Exceptional AM/FM & Shortwave Reception and audio for its size
  • Alarm clock, direct key entry, stereo headphone jack, sleep timer, display light, and carry pouch
  • 200 Memories
  • Takes 2 "AA" Batteries (not included)
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Product Description

In a true testament to its quality and performance, the modestly priced CC SW Pocket has been voted "Best Travel Radio under $200.00" by Passport to World Band Radio. The CC SW Pocket AM/FM/Shortwave Radio has exceptional AM reception and audio quality and is sensitive enough to outperform most radios in its class. And it's still small enough to tuck in your briefcase, purse or carry-on bag.

You can quickly and easily retrieve up to 200 of your favorite AM/FM and Shortwave stations in any order by simply turning the tuning knob and taking advantage of a smart feature called "Favorites". You won't lose the stations saved in the memory when you take out the batteries.

The CC SW Pocket also has a keypad for direct access to any frequency. Features include: built-in speaker, alarm clock, direct key entry, stereo headphone jack, sleep timer, display light and backstand. Includes carry pouch and lanyard. FM 70.0-108.0 MHz, AM 522-1620, (9k) / 520-1710 (10k), SW1 2300-7500, SW2 9200-22000. Runs 70 hours on 2 "AA" size batteries (not included). Optional AC Adapter available. Weight: 6.5 oz. Size: 5" W x 3" H x 1.2" D.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 5 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0012R8O1M
  • Item model number: SWP
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (223 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,449 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 9, 2007

Important Information

Seller Warranty Description
1 year limited parts & labor. 60 Day satisfaction guarantee.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Sound and reception are very good for the size.
Southplank
You could push a volume button and the radio would change the station.
Captain Iguana
I learned my lesson; NEVER buy a CC Radio product.
Chaz

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

184 of 188 people found the following review helpful By Ann E. Revelle on February 4, 2009
CCrane/Redsun (its Chinese manufacturer) definitely has a winner with with the CC-SWP(Pocket) radio! I needed a small AM/FM/SW radio for travel and have compared several portable receivers including the Kaito KA11, Grundig G6 Aviator, Grundig YB-550PE, Sony ICF-SW35, Grundig eTraveller VII, Kaito KA1101, Kaito KA1102 and the Eton E100, etc. I am still not completely done with all my evaluations, but I definitely think that the CC SWP (CCRANE Shortwave pocket) or the Redsun RP-300 radio (available directly from China) is a great, extremely small (and one of the smallest available!) and also inexpensive and yet a very excellent receiver! I am extremely impressed right out of the box how well it performs even for quite weak signals with both very good sensitivity as well as selectivity.

PROS:

1) A single conversion, PLL (Phase-locked loop), fully digital pocket-sized radio that comes with a velcro slip case, carrying strap, earbuds and a VERY readable manual heavily edited by CCRANE (available on-line on their website too).
2) Excellent weak signal reception on ALL bands (am/fm/sw1/sw2). It really performs very well!
3) It has a fine and very useful tone switch (Music/news) with stereo through the earbuds as well as a two position Local/DX switch (RF gain attenuator for SW frequencies). This "tone" switch works well on both FM as well as on SW frequenices, thus providing a very effective frequency filter for detecting weaker signals on SW.
4) Lock switch and backlight control (with 8 second duration orange backlighting illuminating the display, only from the left side however).
5) A dedicated DISPLAY button with a different set of information provided by sucessive key pushes with the radio either on or off.
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118 of 128 people found the following review helpful By oldseagull on February 20, 2008
This is a very good-looking pocket radio! GREAT LOOKING, and a nicely built exterior.

BUT, that volume problem . . . I wrote to CCrane regarding my complaint about the lack of low volume control on this Signature radio and they responded - but no resolution to my complaint.

I like to run my radio on my bedside all night long . . . at a volume that I can hear, but not enough to disturb my wife - but this radio's electronic control starts with 1 bar (barely audible) then jumps to 3 bars (heard across the room) volume.

Therefore, I have brought my KAITO WRX911 (BLUE) back into the bedroom and banished CCRADIO-SWP to the bathroom for the morning news, or whatever.

Currently, CCRANE is advertising "orphans" (returned CCRADIO-SWP units) at $29.95 each, subject to availability.
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69 of 73 people found the following review helpful By RbwNY on January 22, 2008
I was looking for an upscale pocket radio to replace 2 "tried & true" Sangean portables (the 200 & 210) with a speaker and a reputation for above-average reception. Since I have a CCRadio Plus already, I was excited to see this "baby-size" version of their new CCRadio SW. I'm not a shortwave junkie, so the AM/FM combo suited my needs just fine. Here's the deal with this one..........

It looks fabulous! I like the overall design and the buttons are clearly marked. The power button is positioned just where it should be. The size is great for pocket use and the display is large enough to show all it has to, along with the clock (12hr). The illuminated dial feature works at the push of its button and stays on for a few seconds unless you push it a 2nd time which switches it off! I love the generous amount of station memories allowed, which can be set totally randomly(allows band mixing as well). Scanning the favorites is a snap by turning the tuning dial, with use of the M. Scan button. Speaking of tuning, the always helpful 1 khz fine tuning knob is a nice addition. Otherwise standard 10 or 9 khz tuning is used for AM. As with most of these radios now, the local/DX switch does NOTHING for AM sensitivity. Speaking of AM... its reception is on par with that of any Sangean portable, and as mentioned the 1 khz tuning can help with adjascent frequencies. I don't know the technical jargon here, but I noticed that on some frequencies when listening to a distant station, they'll be an annoying "hum or squeal" which cannot be eliminated by fine tuning. FM reception can only be described as fair.

One of the sour notes is its poor FM sensitivity. We have alot of FM stations around here, and the "biggies" pop-up with annoying images ALL over the dial! YES, the local/DX helps some...
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Jim on July 26, 2010
I purchased this radio knowing it would be a quality item, as I have purchased a number of CCrane items and have been pleased. The CCrane items have been generally good. This radio is JUNK. The only way I can prevent this radio from depleting the batteries- OVERNIGHT- is to remove the batteries. I originally purchased the radio for my son, and it took a while for it to get to him (overseas/deployed), and discover the problem. I got it back, knowing CCrane would support the radio and fix the problem. WRONG. The lady I spoke with esentially told me tough luck. This radio is a fine paperweight, but good for nothing else. The CCrane support and promise is in a sad state, especially over an item as inexpensive as this radio.
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