National Geographic : 1960 Jun
New all-transistor Zenith Trans-Oceanic"radiofor boatsmen, sportsmen, international travelers World's most magnificent radio - powered to tune in the world ! Now, the smallest, light est standard and band spread short wave portable ever made tunes FAA weather casts and other 150-400 kc stations. Nine wave bands: Tunes international short wave, marine weather, ship-to-shore, ship-to ship, amateur short wave, standard broadcast, plus nation-wide U. S. weather broadcasts that most radios are not equipped to receive. When in Europe, also tunes popular local stations on the 150-400 kc band. Super-sensitive performance: 92% greater un distorted power than any tube-type short wave portable-yet the Trans-Oceanic weighs just 13 lbs. Operates on low-cost flashlight - U ZENITHRADIO S CORPORATION CHICAGO39,ILL. IN CANADA:ZENITHRADIOCORPORA TION OF CANADA LTD., TORONTO, ONT. Royalty of television, ster eophonic high fidelity instru ments, phonographs, radios and hearing aids. 41 years of leader ship in radionics exclusively. batteries available here and abroad. Wavered antenna telescopes into handle when not in use. Detachable Wavemagnet® antenna for extra-sensitive standard broadcast reception. Famous the world over: Owned by interna tional travelers, explorers, sailors, outdoors men. Engineered to perform in high humidity at sea or in the tropics. Plug-in socket for headphones. Royal 1000D, in black Perma wear covering with chrome and Roman Gold color trim, $275.00*. *Manufacturer'ssuggested retail price with batteries. Priceand specifications subject to change without notice. Mention the National Geographic-It identifies you "