Enjoy local AM and FM stations, and listen to Shortwave broadcasts from around the world, with this RadioShack AM/FM/Shortwave Pocket Radio. It features a digital tuner for precise tuning and easy frequency identification, 57 station presets and Tuner Lock, which prevents you from accidentally changing stations while it's in your pocket. The backlit LCD display is easy to read and the built-in clock will help you keep track of time wherever you go.
Receives AM/FM signals and shortwave frequencies from around the world
Sleek, lightweight design
Digital tuner with 57 station presets (19 AM, 19 FM, 19 SW)
Integrated speaker and 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo headphone jack
15" telescopic antenna
Convenient wrist strap
Backlit LCD display
Button Lock prevents you from accidentally changing the station
Requires 2 "AAA" batteries (sold separately)
Frequency: AM 520-1710kHz, FM 88-108MHz, SW 2.5-24MHz
I noticed the sticky button problem on my Sangean WR-2 a few years ago. It seems a bit worse now. The on-off button often has to be pressed several times. Presets aren't as bad but they can be sticky too. I think I read someone else had the same problem with this radio. It's not so bad that I'm ready to junk it, but I'm tempted to get the Sangean RCR-3, a smaller clock radio with the same sized 3-inch speaker (and perhaps delivering the same sound?).
Toshiba TX-PR-20 made in China by Redsun electronic factory.(my assumption). Good and stable on FM and better than most Chinese radio on AM. TX-PR-20 has 360 rotated telescopic antenna and plug for the earphone. Both earphones is working -mono.(not one phone like Sony, Panasonic low budget radio) Sound from speaker adequate for size of radio. Receiver build with good quality, tuning smooth with big tuning wheel. EBay sale for $20 with options of different colors.