This accessory kit includes a charging cradle to keep your CC Witness Plus fully charged without needing to use a computer. It also includes an AC adapter, clear carry case with belt clip and an armband carry case. CC Witness Plus sold separately.
Note: This kit is not compatible with the original version of the CC Witness.
July, 9 2017
I'd think twice before buying it again.
Everything serves it's purpose.,Well documented.
it just feels cheap not chic. It doesn't even resemble cool. It's more utilitarian which is okay... but not what I was hoping for.
May, 29 2015
i really would dissuade folks from using this on a regular basis, and focus more on advertising this as to be used in emergency charging when USB is not available. My first repair was covered under warranty, I'm certain the unit is no longer covered and am hesitant to purchase a 4th Radio in as many years.
It does and will charge your unit.
Charging cradle damages headphone jack input,which has affected the use of headphones and radio reception.
Emergency charging,when away from home or no access to USB port charger
SOUTH WINDSOR, CT
September, 12 2013
This accessory kit is a must if you do a lot of recording. The dock and power supply ensure that the Witness+ never runs out of juice in the middle of a recording.I was very pleased to see that the transformer on the power supply did not introduce any line noise to AM signals (I keep the transformer on the floor and the dock on my nightstand). The dock makes it very convenient for using my Select-A- Tenna, which I place next to the dock when tuning in DX stations. The protective plastic case fits like a glove on the Witness and has cut-outs to provide access to all of the controls. I haven't tried using the armband yet but it appears to be well constructed.The Witness+ itself is one of the coolest radios I own (and I own many). The built-in AM antenna works amazingly well for its size, and its programming capabilities are awesome. If had one wish for the next generation Witness it would be the addition of shortwave. You can of course still record shortwave broadcasts with the current
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