ITT 881, 1963
Approximately 6-1/4 inches / 159 mm wide.
Note the nifty dual-purpose meter on the front panel. It serves as both a battery-condition and a signal-strength meter. Received stations deflect the pointer to the right, so one tunes in stations for maximum meter deflection. But in the absence of a received signal, the amount of the meter pointer's deflection to the left indicates battery voltage. Clever!
|I found the radio with its box, case, strap, earphone still sealed in plastic, earphone case, never-used wire antenna, and telescopic antenna. In other words, everything but the instructions.|
|Note the little pouch for storing the telescopic antenna.|