In 1962, Zenith continued their restyled Royal 50H as the 50K. It looks just like their earlier 50H except the volume knob is always white on a 50K. Their popular new shirt pocket radio adds stylish metal trim. It was offered in black, white, tan, red, and charcoal. It is compact in size at only 2 ½” wide and 4” tall and weighs only 7.7 ounces, but the six transistor chassis puts out an impressive 135 milliwatts of clear rich tone and operates on two common AA batteries. The cost new was $19.95
Offered here is a clean Zenith Royal 50K complete with its original earphones and operating guide housed in an attractive clam shell case. This case has a hinged top and velvet interior to protect and showcase the set. The radio is clean in and out, all original and without damage. Listen to it play DSCN5556 This is about as nice of an example of this popular shirt pocket radio as you will find. And the clam shell case is clean and solid.