Site Radios

Make work more enjoyable and charge your cordless power tool battery packs on-the-go with a tough, dependable site radio.

No matter your budget or needs, we have the right site radio for your workplace. Cromwell stocks a range of high-quality site radios, from trusted brands used by professionals around the globe.

What are site radios?

Equipped with a large lithium-ion battery for all-day usage, site radios are a dependable tool when it comes to providing extra battery charge and day-long entertainment.

Site radios are capable of receiving FM and AM radio stations, and many can receive DAB and Bluetooth signals which lets users listen to their own music.

They are built to withstand harsh, dusty environments and their durable construction all but guarantees a long working life.

Why a site radio?

Site radios are an all-in-one jobsite companion, acting as a central unit for providing both convenient battery pack charging and on-the-job entertainment.

They are equipped with powerful speakers to ensure the radio or work playlist can be heard, even in the noisiest of environments.

When are site radios used?

As site radios have two main uses - battery pack charging and music playing - they can be a valuable tool just about anywhere.

Typically used on construction sites, site radios can also be found in warehouses, factories, and other workplaces. Decorators and painters also find them particuarly valuable.

If you're looking for the right site radio for your job but aren't sure about the best option for you, feel free to ask our experts for specialised advice.

Considerations when choosing a site radio

• Battery size - The size of the battery in the site radio equates to how long it is able to charge devices or play music. If you're going to be out on-the-job all day, or are particularly reliant on your site radio to charge power tool batteries, ensure you choose a site radio with large battery storage.

• Bluetooth compatibility - For when radio stations just aren't playing the bangers you're after, many site radios are equipped with the option to connect a smartphone via Bluetooth and can be used as an external speaker.

• Power source - Site radios can be powered and charged by either USB, mains power, or batteries. Most modern site radios give users the option of all three.

• Weight / size - Bulkier site radios typically have the best speakers, and can hold the most charge to keep other devices powered. This does come at a cost to manoeuvrability, however. Additionally, choose a site radio with additional padding and protection if you work on rough jobsites or in harsh conditions.