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[at-l] Quarter ounce radio
- Subject: [at-l] Quarter ounce radio
- From: "Charles Schroeder" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 13 May 97 01:21:39 UT
Greetings from another newbie. I've been monitoring for a month or so now and
love it. Hope to do the AT in a year or two if/when I retire. Just got back
from 50 miles day hiking over 6 days in the GSMP. Only rained Friday morning
-- rest of the time was excellent weather.
A couple of the recent postings talked about checking out 3 or 4 oz. radios.
Flying back to O'Hare a few weeks ago, I found the following in the "Sky
"The World's Smallest FM Radio Produces Big Sound
It hides in your ear and weighs less than a quarter (yes -- 1/4) ounce. -- yet
delivers clear reception and fabulous amplified sound. Digital tuner accesses
the full FM band, from Country to Classical stations. Features a high quality
speaker, scan and reset buttons, plus volume control. Detachable local and
distance antennas make sure you get every station on the waves. Includes a
protective case, ear clip for a snug fit and batteries. 90 day warranty.
Size: 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/4".
956020 D - WORLD'S SMALLEST FM RADIO $29.95"
The magazine listed the phone # as 1-800-362-5500. I expect that shipping,
handling, tax is all extra.
I have NOT bought one yet, so can't attest to the quality.
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