What’s the difference between a jobsite radio and a regular radio? Durability. These radios are designed specifically for jobsites and are built to withstand abuse. That’s not to say you should intentionally abuse them, but things happen on the job site. Radios can fall, get wet, be pelted with dust or deal with any number of other jobsite-related hazards.
When you’re listening to your favorite music, sports or talk radio, the last thing you want is a smattering of dust to turn the jobsite silent for the rest of the day. Jobsite radios are built to last – but are not relegated to jobsites alone. These radios can be used for projects around the house, in your shop or garage, or anywhere you want portable sound (camping, tailgating, the beach), regardless of whether or not you’re working.
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Bosch Power Box 360 Jobsite Radio PB360D (Deluxe)
ToolSelect.com stops at the Bosch booth to check out the PowerBox 360 Jobsite radio. THis radio comes is available in two model numbers PB360S and PB360D. Fe...
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