Milwaukee 2890-20 M18 Cordless / Corded Jobsite Radio

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  • High Performance Audio System with dual speakers and passive radiators delivers loud, clear sound with deep accurate bass
  • Durable, portable, stackable design features shock absorbing end caps and metal speaker grills that protect from drops and other harmful jobsite conditions.
  • Best-in-class receptions accuaracy and signal quality
  • Integrated handles allow for easy transport and storage in a wide range of environments
  • Digital AM/FM tuner with 10 station presets
  • Customizeable EQ (Equalizer)
  • Weather sealed auxillary compartment
  • 2.1A USB Charger for all portable electronic devices
  • 3.5mm Aux In Port for wired playback (cable included)
  • Powered by all M18 Batteries or A/C outlet (battery not included)
  • Up to 12hrs run time with an M18 5.0Ah battery

LOUD CLEAR SOUND. BUILT FOR WORK. Featuring a high-performance audio system and rugged design, the M18 Jobsite Radio is built to amplify and survive the jobsite. Dual speakers and passive radiators combine to produce sharp highs, rich mids, and deep bass at all volumes. Durable metal speaker grills and shock absorbing end caps protect from drops and other harmful jobsite conditions while integrated handles allow for easy transport and storage. Listening options include a digital processor with best-in-class reception and signal clarity or a 3.5mm aux jack for wired playback. A weather-sealed auxiliary compartment protects devices and houses a 2.1A USB charging port. The M18 Jobsite Radio is powered by all M18 REDLITHIUM Batteries or A/C power.

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Power Source Cordless
Batteries Included No
Battery Voltage 18 V
Product Type Radio
Weight10.34 lbs
Tool Warranty1 Year
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Customer Questions
Does the unit charge a battery when it is plugged in as well?

No, it is not capable of charging batteries. If you want a Milwaukee radio with charging capability, there is a model linked below.

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