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1982-89 Weatheradio by Realistic Model 12-181B distributed by Radio Shack and is designed to tune in area National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) radio forecasts for current weather conditions, forecasts, sunrise, sunset, precipitation forecast, wind currents, etc.

This little weather cube was prominently featured in the movie, “Chasing Mavericks" starring Gerard Butler and Elizabeth Shue.

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  10. unklefunknukles said: Oh man…my dad had one of these. I used to pretend it was some kind of space radio. :)
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    Had this!!
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    We had one of these! The button was silver, not gold, and it never fucking worked. It just got static.
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