The Public Radio.



The single channel radio for your daily routine.


The Public Radio is a single station FM radio housed in the simplest enclosure we could find: a mason jar. It's a totally uncomplicated device - just an antenna and a volume knob - and ships pre-tuned to the listener's station of choice.

Loyal radio listeners won’t miss unnecessary buttons. The simplicity of having your go-to station in a jar is what makes it so awesome.
— Brit & Co
All you do is turn it on or off and control the volume.
— Popular Mechanics
Mason jars have been riding a huge wave of popularity...Now, two engineers are turning them into simple sound machines
— All Tech Considered
There’s something a little magical about flipping a switch and hearing a story wafting out of a box.
— Engadget
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Radio monogamy for the internet age.