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Sangean U3R AM/FM Water-Resistant Radio

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Sangean U3R AM/FM Water-Resistant Radio

Men and women have long desired a more rugged radio - one that would withstand accidental dropping and other rugged abuse. The U-3 is the answer for anyone who is seeking a sturdier, more reliable music system for tougher use. It is water resistant, and can be powered by AC current, batteries, or through your vehicle. With 10 programmable memories and an alarm clock, this radio is the only one you'll need on those long camping trips, or in your garage or workspace. The U-3 even has the ability to charge cell phones.


  • LED band indicator
  • 10 memory presets (5 AM/5 FM)
  • 2 alarm timers—radio & buzzer
  • Ultra rugged & water resistant
  • Digital tuning radio receiver
  • 6.5", 7W full-range speaker
  • High sensitivity & excellent sound performance
  • Dynamic Bass Compensation for rich bass
  • Backlit LCD displays clock & radio information
  • Rotary tuning, tone & volume controls
  • 5V, 500 mAh DC output socket for charging cellular phones

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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Review Snapshot

  • 4.5 of 5 stars
70% (56)
17% (13)
7% (5)
5% (4)
4% (3)
  • Batteries?   »   Most Recent Review “I love the radio. The battery operation leaves a bit to be desired and not well explained. I bought alkaline D-cell batteries for it and loaded them.”
  • Manly Radio in Bold Blue: The Sangean U3 AM/FM Worksite Radio   »   Most Helpful Reviews “A reader warned me about the Sangean U3 being too bass-heavy. Listening to talk radio wasn't pleasant. Too muddled. Same complaint about the otherwise well reviewed U3's smaller…”
  • Very Disappointed   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I tried to use this Sangean U3 radio for one year. The base sound was so boomy that the talk radio that I listen to is unintelligible.”