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7 Comments on "Portable Job Site Radios Round-up – Jammin’ on the Job Site"

4 months 7 days ago

Very helpful roundup. One feature not explicitly discussed is weather or not the unit runs off DC power. I often find myself using a radio (and lots of cordless tools) in areas where there is no easy access to AC power. Any chance you can add that info?

9 months 8 days ago

Hoping milwaukee comes out with a mini m12 radio that fits in a tool belt.. Or even anyone, for that matter.


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1 year 6 months ago

This is the best jobsite radio review on the internet bar none. Respect!

1 year 6 months ago

Thank you, we definitely appreciate the encouragement!

1 year 9 months ago

I have the big Bosch 360D, great sound, lasts about 10 hours playing radio or mp3 volume 15 (out of 20) on a 18V 3A batterypack. I choose this radio because of the durability as I spend a lot of time outside camping with friends, like a month each year… No concern for rain, dropping it, heard from Bosch people a 9 meter on concrete drop should not be a problem, see tests on youtube, 12meter is where the first radios start to fail, impressive. Some things I do not like: no mp3 name, tag or id on screen / no folder scolling / only reads 999 tracks / only shuffles 250 tracks / who needs AM radio / heavy a bit too much to carry far so I added a shoulder strap / no bluetooth so I added one myself, usb powered, line out, fits in the closed bay, 5 meters reach, but wireless, handsfree, audio from music or video player, phone, laptop, tablet, perfect…