Summary: I love this little radio. I bought one for myself several years ago and I liked it so much I bought one for my mother last year. Really like that it has both AM and FM. It's small and very sturdy. I use it almost every night and have needed to change the batteries maybe twice.
Summary: This is the second one I've purchased - the first one finally broke a piece off in the battery compartment after ten years of use. It's a nice small size and the little strap enables it to easily hang from a wall hook in the bathroom so I can get my news, traffic, and weather updates while getting...
Summary: I've had this radio for several years now. I keep it in a cellphone patch pocket attached to my backpack strap, so I can listen to music or news while I bike with minimal added weight or fuss. I cut a couple holes in the pocket to allow access to the volume/power and tuning controls.
Summary: I PURCHASED THIS RADIO TO SEE JUST HOW IT COMPARED WITH THE SONY S10 MK2, I LIVE IN COLORADO AT A SHADE UNDER 10,000FT. ON THE EASTERN SLOPE OF THE ROCKIES WITH NOTHING TO OBSTRUCT RADIO RECEPTION.
Summary: i went back and forth on this radio with the sony. based on the reviews i got this one. the battery life is super long. i use this for camping and have had it on many hours. i've even left it on over night to still have going in the morning and am still on the 1st set of batteries.
Summary: After looking for a small, affordable, quality radio to carry on my person, I found the Panasonic RF-P50 exactly what I was looking for, on Amazon.com. Just to have a backup radio in case this radio was not the quality I was looking for, I also ordered a Sony ICF-S10MK2.
Kevin Finnegan "Making Toothpicks Out Of Logs", Amazon
11 October 2010
Summary: I didn't want to spend a lot of money for a small, portable AM radio. This one suits my needs just fine. On edit - We lost power for 4 or 5 days during hurricane Sandy. I started with two new AA batteries.