They are the most sorry and broken down radios you will probably ever see. In some kitchens, it can be a cooks only source of sanity, so think twice before trying to remove them!
|This is a classic example of a kitchen radio.|
Outdated (cassette deck), broken (held together with tape), and a broken antenna (this is a must).
I think someone has updated this one with an MP3 player cassette adapter. Nice.
|Nice cheap radio with classic coat hanger antenna.|
|I think a cook was in a bad mood one morning |
(or heard one too many culinary art career commercials)
and took a meat tenderizer to this poor radio.
|Do not worry cook. This radio will still be here in ten years. |
Likely in the exact same place.
(See: My Machines Blog)
|Reception is always a problem in kitchens. |
This one took the coat hanger a step further by leaning it against a pipe.
|Well, I guess some things do change. |
Still no antenna.