Enjoy the freedom of music and information anywhere, anytime No more dead batteries with the POWERplus® Cheetah.
The Cheetah is an AM/FM radio with multiple charging possibilities:
Now you can listen to high quality radio at any time without the risk of running out of battery power. The Cheetah is a small, lightweight, practical radio, which is easy to carry, and very practical for outside, gardening, boating, camping etc.
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Shipping Weight: 332g
1 minute wind-up gives 20 minutes radio time 5 hours sunlight gives 30 minutes radio time Time to fully charge: 20-30 hours of sunlight / 8 hours by USB Radio play time fully charged 7 hours Battery 300 mAH, 2.4V Ni-MH Weight 205 grms Dimensions 130 x 70 x 38 mm
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anonymous asked this question on 26th Jan 2009
Q: Hi my daughter is off to australia for 12 months and also travelling around asia. Would she be able to pick up any english type stations on this little chap? Many thans
A: The Cheetah should be fine around Australia but as it only has AM and FM reception coverage in Asia will be limited to any local stations which broadcast English language programmes. However an alternative would be to consider a model with Short Wave (SW) reception. Such radios are able to receive BBC World Service Broadcasts which are pretty widely available accross the globe.
An example of a compact, wind up radio with SW included is the Eton FR140. Hope this helps, John
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this asked this question on 27th Feb 2009
Q: Does it run off battery?
A: The Powerplus Cheetah does not use replaceable batteries, instead it has an internal battery (300 mAH, 2.4V Ni-MH) which is recharged via the solar cell, hand cranking, or by using the mini-USB charging port. I hope this helps, Jo.
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anonymous asked this question on 18th May 2009
Q: I am cycling to Cape Town and considering taking this radio with me. Can you tell me the weight and dimensions? Many thanks
A: This compact radio measures 13cm length x 8cm width x 4cm width, and weighs 204g. I hope this helps. Jo.
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