Listen to the News of the World on This $25 Shortwave Radio
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International news could have a significant impact on the American stock market or on certain elements of your industry. You have to know, and while the internet is a great resource, it’s not always reliable for breaking news or thoughtful analysis. Sometimes, you have to go back to the classics to get your news and the Elite Mini AM/FM/Shortwave Radio with Digital Tuner lets you do just that.
This clever compact radio lets you tune into your favorite local stations or listen to news and music all over the world. It offers an AM/FM/Shortwave receiver that lets you access just about anything on the airwaves, wherever it is, the company says. The digital tuner and telescoping antenna offer enhanced FM and SW reception and ensure you’ll always be able to find something worth listening to. It’s the perfect size for keeping in your car and listening on the commute or playing while you’re at your desk putting in a little work.
The Elite Mini takes it a step beyond standard radios, however, with its convenience features. It offers line in/out headphone jacks for listening in privately or when you’re on a train or plane. It also automatically stores the 50 previous stations you’ve listened to so you can access them easily later. Plus, it even has an alarm clock and sleep timer to help you wake up or drift off to sleep when you’re using the radio for long periods of time.
Find out why the Elite Mini AM/FM/Shortwave Radio with Digital Tuner has earned 4.1 stars on Amazon. This innovative new take on a classic device is on sale for 28 percent off $34 at just $24.99 now.
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