As a writer, I have seen many strange and unique things. Just in radios alone I have written about many that were very different, but this one is by far the most unique one I have come across. It is in the perfect shape of an acorn. I mean seriously, you could really confuse some squirrels with this one.
It is an acorn shaped speaker and FM radio. It is made of natural cut apricot tree and 100% handcrafted in Korea. It has rich sound from a tiny speaker and it plugs right into your iPod or other device. The FM radio with channel auto-scan mode can be used with headphones. The Frequency band is 87.5 to 108MHz. It has a built in rechargeable Lithium Polymer battery that recharges via USB. Its playtime is about ten hours with earphones and about five with speaker. It is only 30 x 30 x35mm and weights only 15g. This is truly a fun and unique way to listen to music. Be sure to get yours today.
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