- Size (LWH): 6.2 inches, 3.6 inches, 1.8 inches
- Weight: 7.2 ounces
- Battery Type: Alkaline
Northpoint 190500 Retro Transistor
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- 1960s retro-style AM/FM radio
- Rotary tuning
- Volume & on/off control
- Built-in, 3.5mm stereo earphone jack
- Integrated carrying handle doubles as FM antenna & stand
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Top Customer Reviews
This model that I just bought is not made nearly as well. It is flimsy in both look and feel and the radio dial is really hard to adjust. The numbers are so close together, it's hard to dial into a station. The reception, once getting to the station, is not good either.
•Foldable Carrying Handle
•Rotary Telescopic Antenna
•Powered By Ac Or Optional 4 C Batteries
The one I received had no Aux Input, no telescopic antenna, and did not have the option to be powered by AC. I would not have ordered it had I known that it did not at least have the Aux input to play music apps through it from my phone. The reception is hit or miss, and I just have the general feeling of being ripped off. Luckily my kids threw the box that it arrived in away before I got home, so I'm now stuck with it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Right size to take outside and sit to listen to the SF Giants games.Published 1 month ago by Susan Vana Mohler
Cool retro looking radio. Difficult to tune and tiny sound but my wife likes the look of it.Published 3 months ago by R. Atkins
This radio is cute as heck. My co-workers at the radio station were pretty envious of it... Until I turned up the volume.
It gets pretty staticky. Read more
Bought 2 of these for my grandkids. The sound is about what we heard in the sixties on our cheesy little transistor radios but they loved them just for the retro look!Published 6 months ago by muzixplorer