The power bank will keep the power on. The power bank in the emergency radio can provide emergency power to any small device. The emergency weather radio has 3 power sources that you can use when you need a boost of power or a refill. The radio's crank lever and solar panel are both capable of regenerating enough power to keep the radio, lights, and alarm ready to go when you need it most. When you can't regenerate power, you needAAA batteries. There are always power sources. Light can be provided by the emergency crank radio. If you and your loved ones are in an emergency situation, the 1W flashlight and 4 LEDs reading light will keep you out of the dark. The radio will get up to the second emergency weather forecasts and emergency news broadcasts from the National Weather Service. A limited lifetime warranty is included. Please visit the website for more information.
👤We lost all power when Hurricane Florence came into North Carolina and couldn't even use the generators for a few days. Local radio reports that during that time, we kept our phones charged in hopes of getting cell service and light back, and that the little hand crank radio was our main source of weather information. I must have turned that crank a million times, but it never failed us, and when it was all over, it went into the emergency supplies to be ready for the next one.
👤My husband received this as a Christmas gift. I should've researched it better, but we discovered there was no jack on the unit. There is no way to listen to the radio in private. The second disappointment is that when you tip up the solar panel, the light panel underneath it turns on. The solar charging purpose is defeated by totaly. There is no way to turn off the light panel. It turns on when tilted up and off when laid flat. The radio and flashlight work well. It is early to know how durable the unit will be.
👤I was sleeping when this device caught on fire.
👤You need to have a weather radio that is on all the time in order to get notifications. Apparently, this one. If you live in a part of the country where the weather is unpredictable, you should be used to hearing the drone of the National Weather Service all the time. Nope. This device has a lot of useful things, like a solar panel, but it really falls down on its main purpose, which is to sit in silence until there is a weather alert. Sending it back. No instructions come with it. The on-line manual is sub-par. My calls were dropped by the customer service line. I'm in the middle of a dangerous storm pattern and I'm annoyed and disappointed by this product.
👤One of the larger battery backups is available for it's size, about the size of your hand. The solar panel has a charging light. The crank handle is unlikely to break in use. The radio reception was good. Not all weather radios have sirens and red lights. You may get different prices for this radio because it is marketed by more than one seller.
👤If you're working on a small budget bug out bag, this is a good thing. The radio has a battery that can be charged by crank or solar power. One of the lights is bright, but the other is decent. The radio can connect to local weather broadcasts and AM or FM radio, for $20, which is pretty good. This little thing is for twenty bucks and can charge a variety of devices. This would be great for a bug out bag, or even hiking and camping, because it also has an emergency mode. If you get separated from a group, you can emit a loud sirens and flash a red light.
👤This was purchased for a trip to Philmont. The unit never worked. At one point, the scouts took turns cranking it. It's complete waste of money. The unit is light and flimsy. It was impossible to charge anything with it. It wouldn't hold a charge, so it couldn't be used for the radio. Customer service was a joke, argued with me that there were so many other "neat" specifications on this piece of junk that I should have been happy to just put batteries in it and enjoy the radio. Great. I paid almost 40 bucks for a radio. It was a disappointment. It was too late to send back the item my kid got back from the camping trip. Customer support was not good. Do. Not. Buy. I went to Walmart to get one. We did that for our first Scout who went to Philmont. It at least worked. It worked well. We tried to save money with this thing. I only gave it one star because you have to write a review. 5 stars for this piece of junk.
Whether you're on a 10-day backpacking trip or barbecuing in the backyard, they're committed to helping you be prepared. The National Weather Service broadcasts weather radio. The weather radio is certified by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. You can be prepared for any weather conditions. The radio broadcasts the latest weather information from 7 stations and has clear sound. This emergency preparedness item will keep you and your family safe when there is an emergency. There are five ways to power. The emergency radio has a power backup plan. The 5000 battery has extra long AM/FM radio, flashlight, and reading light. The power for the flashlight radio could be supplied by the solar panel or hand-crank. The hand crank radio can provide power no matter what the situation is. 5000 large caustic battery: The OnLyee battery powered radio has five times the endurance of other outdoor portable solar radios. It has long lasting battery endurance and timeproof battery life. It's easier to provide emergency power to a phone in an outdoor activity with this crank radio flashlight cell phone charger. Since Onlyee got your companion, there is no battery anxiety. READING LAMP, FLASHLIGHT, and SOS AlARM: The flashlight radio is great for the outdoor enthusiasts. If you need to find something in the dark during an emergency power outage, their radios portable am fm has a 2.5 watt reading light and 3 watt flash light. It had an emergency button, which could be held, which could cause a loud alarm and a red signal light. There is a concierge service. The portable radio has a compass. The package includes: a weather radio with a built-in battery, a belt, and a compass. The user manual for the microusb cable. Their customer service is always available for you. Onlyee products have an 18-month warranty.
👤California has a way of life where power is out. I had an emergency kit with a cheap radio. The power went out for the first time last summer. I got about 30 seconds of radio when I turned it on. I needed to get serious about providing for emergencies after two days of no power, no wi-fi, and no cell phone, so I ordered this model. This model is easy to crank, holds the charge, has a solar panel as a secondary source, and a bright light.
👤This is a small radio. It can be used to charge your phone, flashlight, and reading light.
👤There is a cute little radio. A compass on the handle strap and a reading light are just a few of the unique options this weather radio has. Plug it in with the charging cord or use the crank handle for an instant charge if it's fully charged in less than 30 minutes. When you're out camping, you don't need to worry about a low battery because you can charge your phone from the radio. This is a great gift because of the tough plastic body and easy to use features. The national weather channel is easy to tune in. You can watch the video for more details and a live action review of the features.
👤After testing the solar and crank charging for two days, the radio played for about 30 seconds each time and the crank charging worked only for five minutes, no charge!
👤I'm so happy I got this. I did the first full charge. The light is bright. The radio volume is great. The tuning dial is difficult and may need a secondary knob like a lot of shortwave radios. The alarm will sound and blow out your ear wax. My dog was scared outta my dog. I think this was a great investment to provide peace of mind over the winter, out in the wild, in any weather emergency. It was a good price and product.
👤The radio is large. It has a great sound. It sounds good for a small speaker, and loud so you don't need to be close to it to hear it. The solar feature works well in partial sunlight or ambient light. There is a The 2000mh Li Ion battery has a good amount of power. The solar and Li Ion have been adequate for me. There are two flashlight in it. One is a reading light that can light up a small room with soothing light and the other is a regular flashlight that is better than my mag light. There is a short wave and weather. I don't think a loud siren will be of use to me. It can charge a cell phone. The dial for finding stations is a bit odd, but I don't care about that. You have to turn it slowly and in small amounts. The radio is hard plastic and can break if you drop it. It's important to be careful where you place it. The bottom line. If you are looking for a nice little radio with multiple charging options and quality devices, this is it. I paid a bit more for the others, but I think it was worth it.
2 watt handheld radios have a range of up to 3 miles. Built-in 50CTCSS Tones/105 DCS Codes are easy to use. The battery can last up to 24 hours. Voice Prompt, Loud and Clear Audio, and a Built-in Flashlight for Night Use. It's ideal for Ski Field, Security Guard, Warehouse, Road Trip, Hunting and other outdoor purposes. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: 30 days free return. It's ideal for Ski Field, Security Guard, Warehouse, Road Trip, Hunting and other outdoor purposes. BUY WITH CONFIDENCE: 30 days free return.
👤I bought these for communicating with friends in different cars. They were used on a drive with two others on a road in the Pacific Northwest. In this scenario, reception and clarity was very good, no cutting out, and we remained very close to one another. It seemed that signal strength was worse even at a short distance. As speed increased, voices began to cut out with static. I should have expected more from the product. We had to repeat ourselves sometimes to get a message across, but it did work 80% of the time. If you're buying this product for the same reason as me, I would consider investing in a higher quality radio. The product is portable, intuitive to use, comes with good accessories, easy charging, and volume is high. Haven't owned or used long enough to find any. The quality is what you would expect from walkie talkies at this price. It is a good value because it comes with four.
👤I was very pleased with the Walkie Talkies. We took a cruise on the Royal Caribbean and each person held their own while doing activities on the large boat. The strength and clarity were good. The others that traveled with us received a poor reception.
👤My family owns a used car lot, a service center, and a towing service. My father came out of retirement recently, but he is 72 years old, and he doesn't get around like he used to. These radios are one of the best investments I have ever made. He is in constant contact with every point of the business, and with 4 radios he never leaves his desk. I love that each radio comes with an ear piece so I know what is going on without interruption. We use all day long and charge at night. I will get the same set again when we wear them out.
👤I bought these for my kids because they don't have cell phones. Reached all over the resort, and worked well in the magic kingdom when we parted ways. It was really nice that there wasn't much chatter.
👤The bonus of communication is when walking. I wanted a wireless intercom for use from upstairs to downstairs. We needed 3 transmit/receivers. You had to buy another system to get the third unit. You could buy a package of three walkie talkies for less than the two unit intercom. We love taking it on our daily walks and communicating with one another. I could have spent more on more expensive units. The range on these units is very good. I was hoping to be able to use it from two miles away. Don't buy based on distance claims. I ignored the make and paid attention to the antennae and watt of the unit. Again, know the purpose and the type of terrain where you will be using it. This was a great choice for me and I saved money. Couldn't be happier with the purchase.
👤The product is great and the price is great. It works great when you arrive. I use for communication and if my father has a medical issue, we live in the same house. You can't buy replacement batteries on Amazon, so you have batteries in them all the time, fully charged. You have to go to website and it is out of the country and it is COD, they will fill your order when payment is approved?, I sent emails, no answer from them so I have a permanent "pending" status on my order from them I guess.
There is a concierge service. The portable radio has a compass. The package includes: a weather radio with a built-in battery, a belt, and a compass. The user manual for the microusb cable. Their customer service is always available for you. Onlyee products have an 18-month warranty. The strongest solar radio. The solar charging speed is 10 times that of a normal emergency radio, so it is an indispensable equipment in your emergency supplies. The Brightest Emergency Radio has a button that can make a loud sound to attract people attention. It's the most important gear for camping. The 5000mAh portable power bank can be charged up to 3000 times and can be used for 2 hours. It's an essential part of your survival gear. You can receive the latest weather and hazard information on disasters related to hurricanes, snowstorms, wildfires, floods, earthquakes via this weather broadcast. The best way to help in the case of emergency power failure is to use a hand crank radio.
👤This is not an Audiophile device and that is perfectly fine as that is not the intended purpose. The speaker and audio quality is not great. The 5000mAh battery has a decent amount of power to give hours of bright light from the various LEDs lamps, give hours of emergency or weather radio reception, or top off your cell phone. The audio quality of many inexpensive "pocket radios" is good, but it is not adequate for emergency news and weather. I knocked off a star for that, but it isn't the greatest, and probably would have increased the price a bit - a fair tradeoff. The fold-out solar cell is larger in surface area than most single cells on other radios, so it can be used to charge its battery in a reasonable amount of time. That is what you really need from such a device in an emergency where there is no other power source. It would take more than a full day for a single small cell radio to be charged. It is a reliable go-to device when you need it. It won't change your life, but it may be a lifesaver when you need it the most.
👤The emergency radio works. It can be charged with a hand crank, batteries or a plug. During the last winter storm, I used it. The house was blacked out after a few trees fell over our power lines. I pulled out the Emergency Radio to listen to music and get the weather updates when internet and cable were down. The Emergency Radio has a flashlight with two settings that was useful for getting around the house and cooking on the gas stove. The device has a power meter that you can use to monitor the battery life. I like to keep the battery charged until our electricity came back on.
👤I was impressed by the two radios I received. It's larger than most solar panels. When AC power is not available, you can use solar, but it will take all day and part of another day to get the radios charged. AC power was used to finish the recharging. The NOAA Weather Radio station, light, strobe, am/fm radio, hand crank, siren, ambiant red light, and other things are all great. Radios kept their charge for a while. I love them! So far, so good!
👤I like this little thing. The lights are bright and can be charged in many different ways. The speaker quality isn't going to impress anyone, but that's not what this type of radio is made for. I intended to use it as a camping/fishing radio, but I have been using it as a work light around the house. I would buy it again.
👤On December 11, there were 3 tornadoes that came through our town of Bowling Green. I have been looking at these weather radios for a while and I wish I would have had them. I didn't know what was happening outside during the storm because the power was out for a week. I did not have a radio or cell service. I stayed awake until 5am when I saw the first responders. Absolutely devastating. The houses were destroyed by their neighbors. I only had trees that were down. For Christmas, I bought 4 of these for my family. On New Years Day, a tornado hit our town, and my family was thrilled to have these as backup batteries for their weather radio. Thanks!
If there is a power outage or if you are outside at night, a strong flashlight and reading lamp will light up your night. 24h customer services and 2 years replacement warranty are included. The weather radio noaa alert will automatically receive 7 available weather (WX) band channels and locks onto the strongest weather channel to alert you of severe weather updates. There is a risk of severe weather in your area if the alarm and red alert light is sounded. There is also a radio station that plays AM/FM. It's possible to use multiple power sources for charging your phone. The radio can be charged through a hand crank and solar energy to deal with power outages, and it can be charged through a microusb cable fast charging technology. The emergency radio can be powered by 3AAA batteries as a backup power solution. The emergency weather radio has a large backlit screen which gives a clear picture of the remaining electricity, volume, channel information, and so on. Digital tuning is added to the hand crank radio to ensure that the signal can be clearly received. The emergency crank radio with 6 LEDs reading light and 3W flashlight provides enough output to keep you and your loved ones out of the dark in an emergency situation. This is the home and outdoor accessaries. IPX4 waterproof survival radio, with 3.5mm headphone jack, is necessary for home use and outdoor use, it helps you get ready before any emergency events.
👤I really wanted to love this radio, but there is one issue that just needs work, and that is the radio reception. The "scan" function is useless because there is virtually no selectivity across the band, every frequency has static, and it only picks up about 50% of stations other radios do. SW and AM were not much better. I would love to see the manufacturer install better radio circuitry.
👤I put this in my backpack to be in case. I already own an earlier version of the same radio that I really like, so I wanted to check out the new improved version. I don't want to go into detail on all the features, just the highlights and what I feel is lacking. First time. The lights are bright. The reading light illuminates an entire room while the flashlight competes with any I have had camping. The lights have dim settings as well as bright. This is a great upgrade from the emergency radios that have sad little lights that you can't use to change a tire. The digital display allows you to tune into a station, but sadly, the tiny antenna fails to pull in some local fm stations that any mediocre radio should get. On to sound quality. It seems that the upgrade to this radio included a smaller speaker as it sounds much tinnier than my earlier analog radio manufactured by the same company. The sound is lovely through headphones and the unit has an earphone plug. I value the upgrade for the large capacity rechargeable battery, backlit digital display, and weather alert feature. I recommend this radio because it is a good addition to my emergency kit and it has features I need.
👤This is a small radio. The sound quality isn't great, but it's got all the features I need. Pick up the weather band. It has multiple charging options, including solar, hand crank, AC outlet, and normal batteries. I've never seen a radio with so many options. The best part was almost forgotten. The back of the box. It is almost worth it for the box. When I saw it, I cracked up. If the box is an indicator, this little radio is supposed to help you survive the End of days. It's in my arsenal and I'm happy to have it.
👤The replacement arrived. Same problems. This time the antenna was solidly attached. Anything other than radio is useless. Shortwave and AM will look at the same channel on my other radio. You can catch it on the 4th time. The weather channel is full if static, then clear, or just drops out completely with this replacement. Can't depend on this to work. I was really disappointed. It's going back. The original review was just received yesterday. This seemed to have everything I was looking for. I'm not happy. 1. The antenna arrived loose after being crimped onto its base. 2. Audio for AM/ SW/WB is not consistent. bumping the unit makes it clear that they are weak and static. Even while holding the antenna. There is some loose circuitry inside. 3. I can tune in to a strong AM signal, go up one number on the station, and then return to the exact same station. If you do it again, it will either be back to normal or static. Can't trust the "seek" function if it drops signal or can't keep a channel. It will be sent back for a new one. I'll be done with it if that isn't better.
It was made by experts. Designed for explorers. The emergency first aid kit was designed to be used on your next adventure. The FDA has a registered medical device. The product is eligible for both the FSA and the HSA. 5 power sources with 5000 phone charges. The weather radio has 5 sustainable power sources. The portable radio has a built-in charging port that can be used to charge your phones and other devices. There is a weather band with AM radio. The best emergency kit for indoors or outdoors is a crank radio with 7 channels of real-time weather forecast. You can enjoy radio shows without disturbing others with the 3.5mm jack. When you're in the middle of nowhere, the antenna can help improve reception. The solar radio has a flashlight and a reading lamp that provide better vision at night. The reading lamp emits enough light to illuminate a book or map. No more worries about the dark. A loud alarm sound and red flashlight can be used to attract people, and a battery operated radio can be a lifesaver. A pocket-sized compass was also included. Your chances of being rescued increase with the help of all of these. After collecting customers' suggestions, they have upgraded their CR 1009 emergency solar hand crank radio to 5000 watt, added a 3.5mm headphone jack, and changed the 2000 built-in battery to 5000 watt. They also provide a 24H message response. Please contact them via email or Amazon if you have a question.
👤You need a Shortwave or a weather radio if you're a prepper, if you're worried about the worst case scenario, or if you're watching TV. I don't want to shell out 150 bucks for something all digital with fancy cases for a few uses. I settled on this radio after looking over different models. It had a Li-ion battery, a power bank, and a plug, and it was 50 bucks. It has a battery slot that can be used to run it off of 3 AA batteries. The thing had a solar strip for a charge, a flashlight, and a light bar that is dimmable. I am impressed. The cons. There are some. The compass is functional but probably wouldn't be my first choice to use. This seems a bit off, and it's not a dedicated hand compass. The buttons are not going to fall off, just be careful not to crank on them, and you should be good. There is a dock for those few issues. The Pros. The radio works on all channels. I was picking up Italian. The weather stations are clear. AM is loud and clear. The speaker does the trick. It's worth 50 dollars to have all these features and I will update with any new things that pop up.
👤There is a lot to like about this radio. I used this radio daily while backpacking on the superior hiking trail. Whether it was for tunes around the camp fire or picking up weather reports. The battery life is great. I didn't want the extra weight on the radio. The battery on this never died. I would set it in the sun in the morning to keep it charged. I was in a very remote area. I was able to pick up a lot of radio stations. The weather bands were clear and I was able to get information on the systems that were passing through. The tuner is off on this. If I was trying to find a radio station. It was more like 94. There is plenty of room at the end of the dial so you still get the full range of frequencies. The solar panel is not very sanitary when propped up. I put a stick behind it to make sure it was pointed at the sun. I like this radio a lot. I am happy I purchased. It was very helpful while camping. It was one night when we found out the lighting was moving in. I would recommend it.
👤The weather channel works well, the size, color, multiple power sources, and ability to charge my cell phone are all positives. Likes: tuning is very complex. It is difficult to find a station. The band is loud. My other a.m. radios have less noise. It doesn't matter what station is on. There is no change in the background. I am aware that the A.M. band can be loud. This seems excessive.
👤Solar radios are great for emergency's to have just in case. This radio is cool if you are going hiking or preparing a survival bag. It has a crank on the side in case it is night time. You need some sort of power and a solar panel when it is day time. It has a flashlight and sos mode. I was surprised that the clip that I came with can be used to attach it to your camping gear or bag when you are on the move, so it doesn't take up much space at all. It is portable and light weight.
It's not dry and it's not disposable. Tenergy's multifunctional weather radio is a must-have tool during disasters such as power outages, hurricanes, or earthquakes; built-in tools such as led flashlight, SOS siren, and radio frequencies like AM, FM, and WM are critical. The built-in 2000mAh battery can be charged by generating energy with the hand crank or solar panel, or through other power sources, such as the includedAAA batteries or a power source. The emergency flash lights illuminate the dark with two lights that can shine up to 120 lumens, or the emergency light and sirens which flash the word "SORRY" in a Morse code to alert others to accidents or urgent situations. The built-in li-ion battery in this weather alert radio can double as a renewable power source for cell phones and electronics when fully charged. Tenergy's 1 year warranty and lifetime support with local support are included in this.
👤I haven't found anything that I dislike. This radio is small. It has a flashlight, a floodlight, and four ways to pay. It's small and light, and comes in a case. I am happy I didn't go for a cheaper radio.
👤We wanted to test it out before an emergency. The Triple A batteries that were supplied with the device were loaded up and I had to hook up my phone to it. The blue light that showed the device was working was off after 5 minutes. We removed the batteries and allowed the device to cool after we loaded the new batteries. I timed how long this set of batteries would last. The answer was 29 minutes. We tried the hand crank for 5 minutes and didn't gain anymore of a charge after that. We will try the solar charge tomorrow and see what happens, but I don't expect much and will return this. In the event of an emergency 3 batteries for 29 minutes will get you a 7% charge which is enough to get a call off, but in the event of a long term power outage, this isn't sustainable.
👤It has a place to charge my phone and has other additions. It's good for emergencies as it picks up the stations better than one I've purchased before. It takes a long time to get power from the crank. I'm keeping it handy. It comes with batteries and a light for searching. It takes hours to get a refill and I do it on my computer.
👤I bought this Tenergy to have a source of power to charge my cell phone during a power outage. The fact that the product could be charged multiple times was a selling point. I connected to the Tenergy by cell phone after it was fully charged. The cell was down to 70% and the energy took an hour to get it back to 100%, this was acceptable to me. The Tenergy was turned on the next day to check the status of the battery and it was still fully charged. The hand crank, solar charge, andAAA batteries were not used, so a total 5 star rating was not given. It is recommended that the Tenergy battery be fully charged when put away and that it be checked occasionally for the status and if necessary charged so that it will be fully charged when the time comes for use. The battery is fully charged. The battery is down to 3 bars. I will bring it back to 4 bars. I received an e-mail asking if the radio has short wave reception. The manual doesn't say if WB is the same as shortwave, but the radio has AM, FM and WB-weather Bands.
👤It was very hard to tune into a station because it had to play a lot in the tuner. It's well put together and sturdy. This issue needs to be addressed. I bought a digital one.
👤The emergency radio is nice. It's a perfect addition to my bag.
RT29 two way radio is a cost-effective communication solution that helps work crews connect and coordinate to get the job done right. Emergency radio receiver. This multi-functional radio, which has four features, is a must-have tool for emergencies, such as earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes, power outages, camping, and daily use. There is a new version for 2021. The design and materials make it more robust. The Weather Radios have a telescopic antenna that can receive weather bands very sensitively and the band is stable. The 40mm speakers give a great sound quality despite its small size. The radio comes with three charging modes - solar, hand crank, and microusb - and it has 1200mAh of batteries. You can charge your phone using the built-in batteries with theusb cable connected. The indicator lights give users direct status information about battery charging and channel tunning. The alarm and weather band are from the National Weather Service. In case of an emergency, you can use the flashlight and alarm features to illuminate the scene and summon help. You can keep up to date with the latest weather information with an AM/FM/weather band radio. The portable radio is small and lightweight, making it easy to use in an emergency. There is no complicated operations, power on the radio and ready to go. It's great for senior, elderly person and parents. Every buyer friend gets Top Radios Product. If there is a problem with the product, please contact them.
👤Everyone needs one of these if the electric goes out.
👤The compact size of the emergency radio makes it ideal for being safe when you are on the go. It would fit in a glovebox, RV, backpack, or even luggage. I was able to get the weather service broadcast before I even opened the antenna because of theusb charging cord and wrist strap on the radio. Clicking the top button causes the alarm to go off. If you can't get a regular outlet, you can power this up with a crank or a solar panel. When the radio's battery is charged, it can run all the features of the radio, but also charge other devices via ausb port. You never know where you'll be in an emergency. There is a This small emergency radio will allow you to keep some extra help with you when you are out and about, travelling, working, or camping without the need for you to sacrifice a lot of space. I would recommend getting one of these to: keep in a vehicle, have on hand for outdoor excursions, send with a kid heading off to college, take with you on trips, or tuck into a locker or desk drawer at work.
👤This is our second emergency radio. The radios are portable, but also have different options to charge them. If one fails, you have another to fall back on. The flashlight is bright but does not burn your eyes, it's an added bonus. I have this one that I use to charge my laptop and listen to the weather band. The radios are important for your family's safety. Get one if you don't have one.
👤We have hurricanes in Florida. An emergency radio is needed more than one way. We don't have electricity so it doesn't rely on it. It has a crank for charging it. The sound is clear. There is no downside that I can report.
👤This works well and has good reception. It is a lot smaller than I thought. The flashlight is held in one hand. It is a deal if you are juggling other things. It gives you enough light in the dark to find the larger flashlight.
👤I gift these when they are on sale. I own 2. They have great AM reception in my area, and I have tried many radios in different price ranges trying to get decent AM. I own 2 because I sacrifice battery life for reception. They seem to be lasting a long time so far. I have had one for a year now, and I use it a lot. A nice flashlight, good value, and small are some of the Pros. The solar or crank doesn't seem too hardy, the battery life could be better, and the tuning dial is a little sensitive. I have a large power bank and solar panels that I will use if needed. I can't help you with a review on those aspects.
Can tolerate temperatures from -40 F to 230 F. The emergency crank radio can receive broadcasts from AM/FM/ SW/NOAA certified radio. The weather alert will emit a sound and red flashing light if there is a life threatening weather event. Even in poor signal areas, the radio has a strong reception. The kit includes a weather radio with 5 way power sources, a hand-crank, solar, andAAA batteries. 5000 large-capacity battery has a lifespan of up to 100 hours. The most efficient way to charge a portable survival radio is with theusb. You can charge your cell phone or portable device with a microusb port. Information about radio Frequency, battery/charging status, time, alert icon, headphone, lock indicator and volume can be seen on the large display. Within 15 seconds, the emergency radio backlight will turn off. Enjoy your private time with a free volume control button and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The enlarges button is easy to use. A bright flashlight and reading lamp. The solor hand crank radios have an extra loud alarm and red light to attack attention and save time. The portable radio as flashlight continuously provides 150 to 250 Lumens bright light; as a reading lamp by a flip-up solar panel with a built-in 6 bright LEDs is designed in 150 to 250 Lumens to meet more needs. A waterproof must-have kit for backpacking, camping, and wilderness survival. The design of the wrist strap/hanging clip makes it very easy to clip your backpack or hold it by hand. The lock button can be used to prevent accidentally touching. You can listen to it while falling asleep with a sleep timer. The weather radio is a must-have survial kit for earthquakes, floods, and other disasters. Feel free to contact them with any questions.
👤This is a slightly improved version of the Mesqool CR 1009Pro that I bought last year. Better radio tuning. The documentation has been improved with information on battery life and charging times using the hand crank, built-in solar cell, or the fastest cable. This one does not include the AC plug. It would make it 6 ways to power this little guy. The Li-Ion battery level is specified on the display. The flashlight and reading light work well, as does the radio tuner, allowing both single step changes and scanning to the next available station. Sound is okay, but use headphones for better sound and longer battery life. I like the case. A good deal.
👤The Emergency Alert Radio is great for hikers, bikers, walkers, and just plain sitters because of its ability to operate on multiple power sources. If AC power is not available, multiple types of batteries provide the power and as backup, a hand crank and/or solar panel can charge the batteries. Guidance on battery life is provided by the instructions. If the light level is reduced, there are multiple flashlight options. When the cell phone's battery is low, the units can charge it. All in all. What a great product.
👤The emergency radio has a lot of nice features, like a flashlight, different radio frequencies, and different ways to charge the battery, which is really nice if the power goes out. It is portable and has a strap to carry it. There are several ways to charge-crank and plug. There is a spot light and a reading light.
👤The weather radio is easy to use and reliable. I was waiting for some bad weather so I could get an alert. We did a couple of days ago. The radio is working. It seems the volume only goes to "16", it could be louder for us to drown out the excess noise in our house. The flashlight feature is very useful.
👤It is incredibly useful when out and about, like a Swiss army knife. It has a radio, a torch, an emergency beacon, and a 5000 mah battery, which is enough to charge your devices off, and it has a reading light, too. The + - Volume buttons are the only thing that needs to be changed.
👤I put the batteries in the unit. I returned the unit because the flashlight functions worked perfectly. The lighting functions were excellent, especially the broad area lamp under the solar panel. The unit was very strong.
👤Would not be able to power up. We returned it.
👤The features are considering the size. 4 ways to power it is very forward thinking. I can't wait to see what this company comes up with. Nice job!
The masks cannot be washed. The new digital weather radio is easy to use and has a backlit screen that makes it easy to read. When important updates from the national weather service are released, it will auto- Scan all the 7 weather channels to alert you with a siren and red flashing indicator. When timer ends up, the WX function will be disabled. 5000 Replaceable/Rechargeable Built-in battery. The weather radio comes with a Li-ion battery that can charge more than one cellphone, and it will power off when it's not needed. It's essential for emergencies, back out or power failure, it works not only as a weather radio, but also an emergency cellphone charge, a handy outdoor camping 3W flashlight or 2.5W reading light. You can emit a loud siren and flash a red light if you use the SOS alarm. The lock button on the newest model is designed to make sure you don't accidentally change your settings.
👤I was given a radio by the vendor hoping I would write a review. This is an honest review. The radio is 7 inches wide and 3 inches deep and has an antenna that is secured and retracted. The tuning knob is stiff, making tuning difficult. The speaker is small. It doesn't give you a high fidelity sound, but you can hear voice communication and music. A residential room has a lot of volume. I am in a small bedroom listening to a country radio station with the volume turned to 25% of the dial rotation and it is louder than a face to face communication. I pick up lots of stations on AM radio. It was difficult to tune any station as it was difficult to not be interfered with by an adjacent station. I don't listen to a lot of AM radio so I can't give a good evaluation of this function. The radio seems to listen to our local stations. It was clear that the local stations were good enough, even though it seemed a little difficult to tune in. The dial is not very accurate as there are no graduation marks on it, but the frequencies are written on about every 4 Mhz, so it was possible to find the desired station. SW radio. I wasn't able to get many clear stations. I didn't listen to it because it was in English, my only language. WB radio The weather band does not need to be adjusted. There is a switch to choose one of the weather bands. I only received the seventh station. It worked well. I understood the information being received. There are many ways for the device to be powered: built in a Li-ion battery, disposable batteries, crank, solar, and microusb. There is a switch to switch between the li-ion power source and theAAA batteries. I haven't tried anything yet, but the li-ion power source is. The other three power sources are connected to the li-ion batteries and can be used to power the radio. I believe it powers its type Ausb port so you can charge your phone or whatever from its internal battery. I don't know if it powers the battery. There is a flashlight beam on one end of the radio and a reading light behind the solar panel. There is an emergency function that emits a very bright red led and a siren sound. It is loud in a small room. It had a small carabiner and a small compass on it. Is this something I would buy? I live in Florida. I would buy this radio as part of my Hurricane Preparedness because I believe it would come in handy if we lost power. You might take it with you on a camping trip. I have not evaluated the value of this device compared to any of the other ones, so I can't say it's a good deal.
👤With the coronaviruses on the loose, I decided my house needed a nice solar radio. I don't think the coronaviruses will kill our electric, but you never know when you need a radio anyways, so good as any to get one. It seems very durable after I tested it. There are 4 ways to power it: batteries (yours), solar to charge the internal 2000 mAh, crank to charge the internal 2000 mAh, and charging with miniusb. It's always good to have the ability to charge the radio under a variety of circumstances. It has a good flashlight, a good compass, a good radio, and an excellent and very loud sound. I bought a second for my car because I liked it so much. So. You could say that I like this radio.
The Night Goggles come with all the accessories you need to operate them straight out the box. Emergency weather alert radio. The portable weather radio can pick up both radio and weather channels. You can be prepared for tornadoes, hurricanes, winter storms, earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, wild fires, and more if the weather forecasts, warnings, and other emergency messages issued by the NOAA are not broadcasted on AM/FM. The built-in 5000mAh batteries of the AM/FM/NOAA Radio can keep you up-to-date on weather conditions, provide a reassuring flashlight and reading light, and even double as a phone charger or power bank. The weather radio can deliver up to 20 hours of radio time or up to 8 hours of flashlight use on a single charge. You can use the built-in reading light or the built-in flashlight. You can choose from 3 brightness settings to suit your needs. The lamp can allow up to 40 hours of reading time. If you need help, you can use a separate button that will flash a beacon and alarm. The portable hand crank solar emergency radio has three different power sources. You can quickly charge the radio with its charging port. It is a great option if you are hiking or camping under the sun. A minute of cranking can deliver up to 50 minutes of light or 6 minutes of radio. An emergency kit is a must have. The portable radio is small enough to fit in a backpack or emergency kit and can offer the up-to-date news and weather conditions. It is a must-have emergency gear that can be used at home, on the road, or in the great outdoors. A lanyard and charging cable are included. Friendly customer service is offered by them.
👤The price was good for a backpack.
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