The Sangean Fatbox FB-100 makes an appearance at CES 2010. Perfect for worksites, the Fatbox can easily be customized with paint splatters, greasy fingerprints and concrete dust
The Fatbox's younger brother, the Lunchbox
The degraded state of a worksite radio used to be a point of pride amongst tradespeople. The grungier, basically, the better. But one of the exhibits at CES that caught our eye might change all that. The Sangean Fatbox FB-100 has the look of a portable generator but, in fact, is a ridiculously rugged AM/FM radio and MP3 player that also safely protects an iPod against water, dust and the most brutal of treatment.
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