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AdvantagesCheap price, compact design, 12 analogue radio wave bands, takes two AA batteries.

DisadvantagesCheap design, poor seals, has adapter jack but no plug, a few design issues, no voltage selector.

...portable radios seem to take four AA batteries, which can be too expensive. Then the Tesco ?Rad-108 World Band Radio,? at £8-00 caught my eye. As I opened one of the boxes on display, I was delighted to find that it only takes two AA 1.5V batteries. The following promise that Tesco have released with this product conveys: ??Introducing the Tesco RAD-108 World Band Radio, designed to offer world...

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AdvantagesGood reception, lots of features

DisadvantagesUgly, Expensive if you don't need all features

...born. It became redundant as it didn?t have an FM receiver, let alone a DAB one (it could only receive programmes on AM or LW), but it still worked if you could find a programme that broadcast on those frequencies. Thus I was confident that this radio was going to be reliable at least. PRICE AND AVAILABILITY The radio has an RRP of £150. The cheapest I have seen it is on O?Gormans Direct...

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Advantageswell built, stylish, cool retro look

Disadvantagesonly 8 presets

...(to go with the four or five other sets that we own, of course). The binoculars were in an auction lot with a rather grubby looking radio, that we thought would be heading straight for the bin if we won the lot. As it was one of the last lots of the morning many bidders had gone home and Hubby managed to get the very good quality binoculars for just £9. We paid up and headed off for a celebratory...

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