That’s an Admiral All Transistor Radio. Its decades old. My parents got it for me when I was a kid. I’m talking early 1960’s.
I’m proud of the fact I’ve held onto it all these years. That Admiral All Transistor Radio still works.
When we have bad weather and/or tornado warnings and/or when my electric goes out—and all this stuff still happens from time to time (knock on wood, not lately)—I’ll turn on that radio to see what’s going on outside.
When I want to know about bad weather, I always turn that AM dial to WLW. An AM dial is the only dial on that Admiral All Transistor Radio. FM isn’t an option.
Turning that old dial to 700 WLW seems about right to me. Just like that radio, WLW never changes and is very retro. Well, the radio is a good kind of retro. “The Big One,” not so much. Just my opinion.
OK. I’m done talking about my Admiral All Transistor Radio. I’m thinking this only took you about a minute to read. Forget the two.
(Photo taken by my son)