Milwaukee 2950-20 M18 PACKOUT Radio and Charger

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Milwaukee 2950-20 M18 PACKOUT Radio and Charger

Details
The MILWAUKEE M18 PACKOUT Radio and Charger is the ULTIMATE JOBSITE SOUND SYSTEM, fully compatible with all PACKOUT storage system solutions. This 10 speaker sound system delivers 360 degrees sound. The Milwaukee M18 jobsite radio delivers full range connectivity with Bluetooth 4.2, an auxiliary input, and an AM/FM radio. The bluetooth speaker also features a built-in M18 charger. This heavy duty jobsite radio has a 2.1 Ah USB output to keep M18 batteries and mobile devices charged all day.
Features:
  • 10 Speakers: Balanced 360 degrees sound for large and outdoor spaces
  • Designed for PACKOUT Modular Storage System: Full compatability
  • Charges all M18 batteries and mobile devices with bult in 6 in. cord and USB 2.1 Ah output
  • Equipped with Bluetooth 4.2: Streams audio wirelessly from over 100 ft. away
  • AM/FM Radio: 18-Station presets with more durable antenna
  • More ways to listen: Built-in AUX for when radio and bluetooth are not availble
  • Customizable sound: Built in equalizer, adjustable bass and treble
  • Subwoofer and Passive Resonator deliver powerful low end sound
  • 4 Tweeters and 4 full range speakers deliver clear mids and highs
  • Weather-Sealed Storage Compartment: Keep your belongings and mobile devices safe and dry
What’s Included:
  • M18 PACKOUT Radio and Charger - 2950-20
Power Source
Corded
Wifi compatibility
No
Batteries Included
0
Battery Type
Li-Ion
Bluetooth Compatibility
Yes
No. of Radio Channels
18
Display Type
Digital Display
Case Included
No
Battery Amp Hour
2.1 Ah
Battery System
M18
Length
22 in.
Width
6.77 in.
Height
16.20 in.
Weight
23 lbs.
Warranty Term
1 Year

Reviews :

4.7 / 5.0
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Nice radio
Nice radio. Somewhat on the heavy side. Great sound
April 29, 2020
The sound is amazing
I use this at home and on the job site , sound quality is amazing if you cant hear it you need hearing aids .
April 29, 2020
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I treated myself and I Love it!
Awesome awesome job site radio. I really like the enclosure for the battery pack. Good quality sound. A bit on the heavy side but built to last I'm sure.
April 20, 2020
Awesome radio
I love this radio. Was sceptical about it at first until a buddy of mine had one. Great sound.
April 5, 2020
It’s a very good radio.. I use it on my jobs everyday I would definitely recommend to anyone who wants one
March 31, 2020
Hands down the toughest loudest good sounding jobsite Jambox I've tried many jobsite radios in the last 32 years in local 98 plumbers
finally loud enough to hear over any jobsite tool or blast heater noise easily drowns all other radios on the jobsite Thanks Milwaukee
March 6, 2020
Would you recommend this product?
Yes
Pros
Ergonomic Design
Milwaukee packout radio.
Fast shipping. Competitive pricing. Great selection. I would do business with these guys again.
March 4, 2020
Purchased
3 months ago
Sweet
Needed to pick up an extra battery for my M18 threaded rod Cutter and saw this thing.... Sounds great and fits well with pack out cases. Saw it at Winnelson Supply in Salisbury Ma and thought I would try. Me and my guys love the service with the tools from there
February 8, 2020
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Bought for my husband he has entire package set for almost a year and loves it.
January 17, 2020
Stopped working when I plugged it in only works with battery hopefully they will replace this or fix it for me ASAP
January 9, 2020

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Can it run on batteries ?
A shopper on Oct 31, 2019