|Item Weight||16.4 pounds|
|Package Dimensions||21.2 x 11.6 x 10.4 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||2790-20|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Warranty Description||5 Year|
Milwaukee 2790-20 12-Volt to 28-Volt Jobsite Radio
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- The product is easy to use
- The product is durable
- The product is manufactured in China
- Weatherproof 4-inch Woofers and 1-inch Tweeters
- Weather sealed MP3 compartment
- AC/DC Versatility
- Shock absorbing polymer and steel construction
- Built-in bottle opener
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M18 DIGITAL CONTRACTOR RADIO. The product is easy to use. The product is durable. The product is manufactured in China.
From the Manufacturer
The Jobsite Radio utilizes an exclusive digital tuner that delivers the highest reception, accuracy and signal clarity for both AM and FM bands as well as being iPod and MP3 compatible. The radio will work with all current Milwaukee battery platforms from 12V – 28V.
Top customer reviews
This is definitely a great unit to take on outings and out in a boat, etc. Built for harsh environments and yet has superb reception and sound. I am very pleased with this radio.
That being said, this thing is the perfect thing for my situation... It is rugged, loud enough to cut through all the background noise at work, and has good directional sound, so I don't annoy the people around me. I also use it at home when I'm grilling in the back yard and whatnot.
The only negative thing I've got is that the placement of the audio in jack and/or the USB (charging) jacks could have been thought out a little better... If you're trying to charge your MP3 player at the same time you're listening to it, you MUST use the little 4-inch audio cable that included, which makes it hard to pick up and handle your MP3 player. I got around the problem by buying an extension cable, but if that little cord ever fails, I'll have a heck of a time coming up with one that will fit with a USB device plugged in.