Summary: I gave this to my friend for Christmas because he used to enjoy listening to NPR on this old transistor radio while he worked. Not a cool vintage transistor, but something from probably 10-15 years ago. I'm not saying it didn't have charm, but it wasn't like the gems from the 50s.
Summary: I NOW HAVE 3 OF THESE (no longer made) RADIOS WHICH WE USE (WITH A SMALL FM TRANSMITTER) AT CROSLEY CAR MEETS, MUCH LIKE A PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM, AND WE DO NOT NEED A LOCAL PERMIT FOR SUCH A P.A. SYSTEM, THAT IS REQUIRED IN MANY CITIES, THESE ARE REALLY NICE RADIOS THAN SOUND AS GOOD AS THEY LOOK!!
Summary: I don't think this product was ever tested by real people. The unit needs to be both plugged in and have a battery installed (necessary for the clock), the snooze button is so small that you cannot find it when you need it, the clock cannot be seen in the dark, and the sound is nothing beyond what...
Summary: Seems like the volume knob turns a while before the volume comes on, and then it doesn't go very high. But I bought this as a decorative and functional item in a retro-themed room so for its purpose it does the job.
Summary: The radio performs well and does what a radio should do, but it's highly disappointing in person. The "vintage" covering isn't even cloth -- it's a sticker -- think contact paper on a bad day.