Radio rescue

A product overhaul unites form and function.

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Etón, the exclusive North American licensee for Grundig shortwave radios, hired Whipshaw Design to rethink an old standby: the emergency crank radio.

"We were excited by the opportunity to create a new paradigm," says Dan Harden, principal of Whipsaw Design. We've taken a piece-by-piece look at their new conception.

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