Every MAGNO radio represents a one-of-a-kind piece, crafted by ? hand in 16 hours.? - It features a consecutive production number.? - The radio receives FM, MW and 1/2 SW.? - Connections for iPod® or MP3 player, respectively.? - Antenna and wire antenna.? - Comes in an elegant box made of hard paper and albesia wood. Material: - Light wood: pine - Dark wood (knobs): mahogany (plantation wood) - Body: black textile Recommended care for the radio: rubbing in a drop of pine or teak oil on its surface every once in a while. Dimensions: Length: 31 x width: 11 x height: 20.5 cm; weight: 1500 grams The MAGNO radio is manufactured entirely by hand in the workshop of the designer. Marginal deviations are therefore possible. Energy source: A power supply unit can be connected as well as 4 x AA batteries (1.5 V) being used. A power supply unit is not included.
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great stylish wooden radioReview by patrickon 11/07/2017I purchased this radio a year ago from another web site for $100.00 and use it daily. Today I was actually searching for the smaller version to purchase and came across a review for the this radio that was not the best review. I thought I should add my experience with this radio.
The packaging that it comes in is very nice. my daughter still uses the box it came in to keep her crayons and markers in. The radio tunes in stations better than my integrated digital £450 receiver with a 10 foot antenna, and just a little better than my Tivoli audio tabletop radio. It actually sounds very good. the Tivoli has more bass but the Magno has a great mid-range making it very listenable. I only use it with batteries and have had to change the batteries 3 times over the last year (and I use it a lot). It has become our bathroom radio and the steam from the shower has not affected it adversely. I know, I probably shouldn't have wood radio in the bathroom, but it is a battery powered radio that I can hear very clearly while taking a shower. This radio replaced an old leather covered "Saturn" radio made in Japan sometime in the 60s.
The included cord for plugging in an MP3 player looked very nice with the wood plugs, but did not work well. at first I thought that the jack was bad but then I tried the cord with another device and had the same results. overall, this is a great radio for £165.84 and I plan on using it daily for years to come. The prices that these are going for these days seem a bit excessive.. but, if you find one on sale, go for it. I will be waiting for a good price for the younger brother to this radio on sale.