Summary: My vision is not the best and had to look at the instructions to find out what the buttons are for. Now I don't have to even look. One battery, no speakers and AM FM and stores stations. Buttons on top store the stations. The unit turns off automatically without earphone jack plugged in. Nice sound. About 3.5 inches long, 1 .75 inches wide and about .50 inches deep. Needed a small radio, and this one fits my need.
Summary: So this little radio worked perfectly for me for about six weeks - just until my first set of batteries ran out. After the radio auto powered off I put in some new batteries and the screen was dead - nothing. I looked through the other Amazon 1-2 star reviews and there seem to be a bunch of others reporting this arm problem.
Summary: The A.M reception is muddy sounding; even with very strong local stations. The FM sensitivity is not as good as the little Sony radio that has been around for years; most FM stations have background (atmospherics) noise. That is very disturbing and unpleasant. I do like the memory and especially the low batt indicator; but the poor reception will sure limit my use of this radio.
Summary: This thing suck I want my money back lol. I only listen to AM radio and those are the only channels that dont come in. It's very annoying to try to listen to. I've had MUCH better pocket radios for cheap.
Summary: If i`ve could rate it minus 5stars I would do it!!! this is just a piece of junk much much worse than a three bucks radio from dollarama...I cannot understand people who rated this thing with more than one star... It totaly disapointed me: reception is just hush-hush, no channel separation, the sound is awful and if you realy want to use it, you need at least 4 AAA panasonic evolta/day... this one of the worst buy I could do in my life...