Floating Radio Duck: You Can Bathe Again

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I did my best, we started the day with iPhones, but we've digressed to radio ducks made for the tub. Still, the design is pretty interesting. You turn the duck/radio on and off by twisting its head. An AM/FM switch is on the wing, and stations are adjusted by twisting the tail. The unit runs off 3 AAA batteries and apparently lacks an antenna.

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Sure, it's no Duck Fadar, and I'd prefer it in basically any color than lavender, but I'd still waste a hard-earned $3.99 on one just to tell people, "Hey, I've got a duck with a freakin' radio inside!"

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If you spent 3.99 on it, all you would get is the beak or maybe a wing or two as the duck costs a cool $20. check the prodct page.