The Sportsman Series Hand Crank Emergency Radio is a multi-function palm-sized FM Radio with a weather band feature, an 85 decibel emergency alarm, a smart phone charger and an LED light than runs on power created by the hand crank. Hand crank power ensures you always have enough juice when power is not available.
Hand cranking for just one minute will provide up to 30 minutes of light, 10 minutes of radio, and 3 minutes of emergency alarm. This Emergency Radio can charge most smart phones with the included female USB adaptor you can use to connect with your existing phone charger. Hand crank the device for 3 minutes to get up to 10 minutes of mobile phone power. Keep an Emergency Radio in the emergency supply kit in the car and house, and one in the tent for use at the campsite. A switch on the front of the Emergency Radio lets you easily alternate between the FM radio and weather band features. The weather band radio connects to a nationwide network of radio stations broadcasting continuous weather information directly from the nearest National Weather Service office. Stay informed about severe weather conditions in your area, or the forecast for the day when you are camping in the woods. A headphone jacks lets you listen to the news and weather without disturbing your family.
- Crank for 3 minutes to power a cell phone for 2-10 minutes
- Crank for 1 minute for 30 minutes of light, 10 minutes of radio, and 3 minutes of emergency alarm
- No batteries required, just crank to charge
- Includes a female USB adaptor to connect with your existing phone charger
- Bright LED light can be used during blackout
- Multi-function palm-sized FM radio with weather band
- Emergency alarm
SKU 010555130 Model EWBRADIO Weight 1.0000 Color No Size No Width N/A In Store Only No Price $14.97
Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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