Not only do I own one, it’s been the same one since 1977. It’s the oldest continually running item in our house, used everyday since then.
My college roommate back then had a flip digit clock but it was quite loud when the numbers were flipping. My radio was the first affordable red LED clock radio I had seen. I bought it at Radio Shack for something like $30.
I use both the alarm, which is a very loud buzzing klaxon, and the radio, but not together as clock radios were originally designed. For example, you were supposed to be able to listen to the radio for say 60 minutes as you fell asleep, but a flaw in the circuitry advanced the clock by one minute if you used that feature.
Today the radio still works but if I bump one of the slider or volume switches it buzzes. I only listen to the local AM station for the news and weather before I get out of bed, but I’m more likely to use my phone as the alarm clock, since the only way to set the old clock radio was to advance the time by going forward. If you accidentally overshoot by a minute or two you get to see all 24 hours again. DST adjustments are a pain in the butt, as are any power outages.