- Brand Name: Midland
- Model Number: MDLWEATHER
- Item Height: 11 inches
- Item Length: 7 inches
- Item Weight: 1.35 pounds
Midland WR-100 WeatherAlert All-Hazard Weather Radio (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- 7 weather channels
- Alert level indicator
- 22-channel GMRS radio
- Up to 26-mile range
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First, the Product Details section for the WR-100 says the model number is "MDLWEATHER." Yet, on the bottom of my radio, the model number is clearly WR-100. And the Product Description for the W-100 model references the WR-100B, not the WR-100.
Second, the WR-100C Product Details section lists the model number as WR-100, not WR-100C, and the Product Description references the WR-100, not the WR-100C.
Either Midland gave Amazon screwed-up product information, or Amazon screwed up what they were given. (Not to mention the radios look identical to me.) The only WR model Amazon lists for Midland that DOESN't seem to be screwed up is the WR-100B. Regardless, I don't know which radio is supposed to be which, and that's why I'm giving both the same review. And here it is:
I had no complaints with the radio itself ... while it worked. We bought it in April 2008 for the short period we lived in Kansas, and once I figured out how to program it, everything was good. For two years we used it, even after leaving Kansas. As far as I know, we didn't miss any alerts during that time. But two weeks ago, we had the first tornado-producing storms blow through central Illinois, and we didn't get one peep out of the radio ... not even an alarm telling us it wasn't receiving. When I tried changing the channels for the NOAA broadcasts, all I got was a piercing squeal on every channel -- no reception whatsoever. So that evening, Friday, April 23, I emailed NOAA and Midland at the same time, to find out (a) if NOAA was having trouble with their broadcasts and (b) to find out whether Midland could shed any light.Read more ›
If this were just a radio I wouldnt care but this is used to potentionally save someones life. I would NOT recommend this radio to anybody as it isnt not what I consider reliable,
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little background, I bought this on a whim at a thrift for what I still consider a good price. Taking it home it worked well, albeit with a bit of static but I conceded it was... Read morePublished 2 months ago by generics
I gave this to my mother in law as a gift and she was extremely happy.Published 5 months ago by Teressa Smith
Worked very well for about 12 months; now all channels emit a high-pitched sound. Reset it to factory settings to see if that would resolve the issue without success. Read morePublished 7 months ago by T. Parrish
I've own two of these, both only working for a few months before I started receiving a high pitch squeal on all channels. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D Morrison
Really disappointed, had this radio for 2 years but hardly ever used it. Plugged it in recently and nothing, no sound, nothing! I will probably not buy another one. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Dianne
Died after 6 months. Only produces high pitched tone on all stations.Published 14 months ago by Chris
it was ok till the audio chip went out and now all the stations squeal like the other reviews have said. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Public Name
We had one of these but it fell in the floor and broke. So glad I found this. We are in round 2 of heavy snow in a weeks time. Hope it's easy to set up. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Lauren Padgett