Summary: I'm a little disappointed in the reception. I get two or three stations in absolutely clear. The rest are just too staticky. When the battery life starts to fade, I find I *have* to wear it around my neck to get better reception. It serves its purpose just fine for the $6 I paid for it.
Summary: I have been searching here for a suitable AM radio that I can take with me and this perfectly fits the bill. I love that it has a built-in speaker when I get tired of the earphones, a neck strap and a belt clip. It's small enough to fit in my hand.
Summary: If you're tight on the budget and you don't have money to purchase a higher-end Mini AM/FM Pocket Radio, then buy this product. Worth the money, I believe. I've had no problems with this product and I mainly use it for outdoors and during travel. Please read the product info.
Summary: Let's face it, this is an inexpensive product and you should not expect much. But given that, it is okay value for your money. Pros: Compact design, option of using speaker or headphones, neckstrap, belt clip.
Summary: I have tried using this radio in my house with no luck. I live in a city with multiple radio stations and only one was audible but still had static. I tried it while camping as well. The campground was pretty much in a city where other campers' radios had great reception.
Summary: You get what you pay for. This is a sorry excuse for a mini radio. Tuning is awkward,won't stay on station, poor reception. Pay $15 more and get a Sony Walkman with digital tuning and lock feature.