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Motz Tiny Wooden Fm Radio: Don’T Lose It in the Couch Cushions!

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Do you like to buy gadgets just because they keep getting tinier and tinier? Then have I got something for you! This weensy little wooden box is actually an FM radio.

motz tiny fm radio

Measuring in at just 1.45″ (w) x 1″(h) x 0.75 (d), the Motz wooden FM radio is the perfect radio for dollhouses, and people with really small hands.

motz_wooden_small_fm_radio_speaker

In addition to working as a radio, the miniature gadget also works as a speaker for your iPod thanks to a built-in 3.5mm jack. Of course, I wouldn’t expect room-shaking sound from something this small – I think the laws of physics would prevent that. Each one has a built-in rechargeable battery which you can juice up via the included USB cable. And with the proper stereo-to-mono splitter cable, you can set up a tiny 2.0 stereo system.

motz_stereo_wooden_speakers

Here’s a video showing off the Motz FM radio in action – it’s being streamed from Korea, so you need to be patient to wait for it to load:

For the time being, you’ll have to head over to Korea’s EarlyShop if you want one of these, but GeekStuff4U has been known to import other Motz items in the past, so maybe we can convince ’em to order some of these for the rest of the world to enjoy.



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