Bosch Power Box PB360S 18-Volt Lithium-Ion Jobsite Radio and Charger

$314.95 $178.00 (as of March 22, 2015, 2:55 am)

I’ve tried out a dozen jobsite radios over the years and this is by far the best. This is a powerful solid, practically indestructible radio with great features.

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Bosch Power Box

This is a great construction or camp site  radio with many different sources for your music.

My personal favorite is the flash drive option. I can plug in a 32GB flash drive and set it to shuffle and forget about it. Though it does not give me much selection control, that is good enough for me. I am there to work, not be a DJ. The phone hook up is a plus too. The FM reception could be better, but is passable.

Bosch 14.4-volt batteries can run the Power Box about 4 hours. The 18-volt lithium-ion batteries can last more than 9 hours. Definitely beats buying a car trunk of D batteries.

The only major drawback would be the weight. It is extremely heavy, but that is minor compared to all the tech features it has.

  • 4 speakers and a subwoofer produce up to 26 watts of high-quality stereo sound that projects in all directions
  • Rugged rubber and aluminum roll cage protects against demanding job site conditions
  • Weather-resistant design keeps out moisture, dust and debris
  • Connect mp3 players, CD players or portable satellite receivers
  • Integrated digital media bay includes a powered USB port and an SD/MMC card slot that is compatible with mp3 and WMA files
  • Charge everything: Includes 4-way power outlets, a 12-volt DC adapter and USB port
  • Advanced digital tuner provides wide-ranging reception
  • Can be powered with Bosch 14.4-volt or 18-volt lithium-ion batteries or any 120-volt power source (not included)
  • Includes radio, 6-foot auxiliary cable
  • Compatible with Bosch BC630 (30 min) charger and BC660 (45 min) charger; works with Bosch 14.4-Volt batteries BAT609, BAT618

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