One different looking transistor radio made by Zenith was the Royal 200. This model’s unique feature was it’s size. At 6 1/2 inches tall, it is larger than most other coat pocket styles and rivals the Emerson 888 series in that way. It’s awkward size and fragile plastic case contributes to the fact that it is hard to find these without some kind of cabinet damage. Royal 200’s were offered in brown, white, green, and coral colors with green and coral being the hardest to find. This model is not known as one of Zenith’s best performing radios, therefore, they were not hot sellers. The seven transistor chassis was an average performer by Zenith’s standards.
|Colors:||Charcoal, White,Coral (Pink), Green|
|Dimensions:||6.5″ H, 4″ W, 2″ D|
|# of Transistors:||7|
|Powered by:||4 AA batteries|
|Undistorted output:||100 Milliwatts|