Lunchbox 2

The only true classic

The Lunchbox’s design and resilience – resistant to dirt, dust, moisture and impact – make this a perennial classic. The large sound box creates a magic sound. Perfect for larger workshops, garages/body shops and small industrial spaces (up to 150 m2). This no-nonsense radio plays all FM radio channels at a fantastic price.

Recommended retail price:

89.00 107.69

excl. VAT

89.00 107.69

incl. VAT
Where available

Basic data

FM ontvangst met
RDS zenderinformatie

Lunchbox 2

The best value-for-money FM jobsite radio in the market

Large 5-inch Big Magnet speaker
ABS plastic impact-resistant cover
Neoprene rubber power cable

Technical information


FM reception with RDS station information
AM reception
5 station presets FM and AM

Extra media

Aux-in for external MP3 player


4,5 Watt, 5 inch speaker
Sound box volume 2,7 litre
Separate tone control (Treble and Bass)
Dynamics Loudness function

Power supply/current

Mains current (230V)
Batteries (4 x C)

Extra functions

Adjustable display backlight


Durable ABS plastic body
Backlit LCD display
Metal speaker grill
Rugged controls
Flexible, collapsible antenna (type: KA1)
2.7 m neoprene-rubber power cable
Cable storage at the back of the radio
Roll-cage protected


Weight excl. batteries 3 kg
WxHxD 31 x 23 x 19 cm
Colour: black


Rain, dirt and dust resistant (IPX4 standard)

Accesories available

Big Mouth – Radio & tool bag
Metal, telescopic antenna – MA1*

Product data



EAN Code:




Number in outer box:


Number on pallet:


Weight of radio (excl. batteries):

3 kg

Weight including packaging:

3,5 kg

Weight of outer box:

15,2 kg

Radio’s dimensions (WxHxD):

31 x 23 x 19 cm

Packaging’s dimensions (WxHxD):

32 x 26 x 20 cm

Outer box’s dimensions (WxHxD):

64 x 27 x 42 cm

Frequently asked questions

Where does the name Lunchbox come from?

The Lunchbox is approximately the same size and shape as the traditional American lunchbox often used by American construction workers. Which is where the idea for the name came from and the idea stuck. Since then, the Lunchbox, the world’s first compact jobsite radio, has become a popular companion on building sites. Many from 2007, the first year they were manufactured, are still being used today.


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