This popular Panasonic portable from the 70's is considered by many to be one of the best analog portables and remains a favorite for MW DX'ers today. The radio is labeled as "8 Band Model No. RF-2200, Short Wave Double Superhetrodyne." The nearly all-black radio tips the scales at nearly 8 lbs. (with batteries installed) and measures approximately 12"W x 8"H x 4"D. A handle strap facilitates the movement of this hefty receiver.
The RF-2200 covers the US FM band (87.5-108 MHz). The AM broadcast band is covered from 525-1605 kHz. Fortunately, I can cover right up to 1700 kHz on mine as there is no "Marine Band" coverage on the RF-2200. The shortwave bands are broken up into six band segments. SW1 = 3.9-8 MHz; SW2 = 8-12 MHz; SW3 = 12-16 MHz; SW4 = 16-20 MHz; SW5 = 20-24 MHz; SW6 = 24-28 MHz. Coverage holes on the RF-220 are from about 1.7 - 3.9 MHz and 28 - 30 MHz.