Pagaria 5 Band FM Radio Review
Build and Design: The Pagaria 5 band FM Radio has a retro design, which gives it a classic radio look. It has a LED display. The volume and tuning dials are all analog.
There are ports for AUX, Micro SD support at the front of the device, along with separate volume up/down buttons.
Battery Backup: The product will run on both AC and DC power, which means it can be played continuously, when charged for 2 hours.
This product will also run on external batteries and provides an average of 35-40 hours of playtime.
Antenna: The antenna of the Pagaria 5 band fm radio is an external, telescopic type.
Additional Features: The Pagaria 5 band fm radio comes with a leather case that will provide better durability. It also has a carrying handle, by which it can be carried around anywhere.
There is a remote control feature available which the user can use while playing mp3 songs.
- It has a good build quality, yet simple design which makes it user friendly.
- It supports both AC and DC charging features.
- The sound quality and range are good.
- It doesn't have a headphone jack, so the user can’t expect much privacy.
- The battery backup is not good, which is a disadvantage.
- There is no battery charging indicator, so there is a chance of overcharging the battery, which can damage it.
The Pagaria 5 band fm radio provides lots of features in a decent price range. Its capability to run on 5 bands (AM, FM, MW, TV1, and TV2) and the remote control feature makes it easier to use. With USB and SD card support, the user will be able to enjoy modern songs while getting the classic radio feel. The product would have been better however, with an earphone support.