The lantern has 30 crazy bright LEDs and cuts through the darkness on the stormiest, dimmest nights. The entire tent or room can be lit up. The collapsible design reduces or increases the light as you collapse the lantern. It's as small as your phone when it's collapsed. It's possible to fit it in your backpack or emergency kit. Waterproof is made of aircraft grade materials and is able to survive a 10-foot drop. The original version is hand-crafting each lantern with strict quality control to give you the best gear you deserve. Don't equip yourself with inferior lanterns. You can rest assured that this camping lantern is of the highest quality. It is covered against loss, theft, and defects in workmanship for as long as you own the product. It is certified by the CE/EMC. You can rest assured that this camping lantern is of the highest quality. It is covered against loss, theft, and defects in workmanship for as long as you own the product. It is certified by the CE/EMC.
👤3 AA batteries are required. Surprisingly light for the size. It's not cheap to use China plastic. It's ridiculous how bright this thing is. I hang this and put it on the table like a regular lantern. It is black and folds up compact. It looks like a tactical move. It's easy to turn on. Simply open it and it will be on. It's not necessary to misplace a small switch or button in the dark. We had a cabin fire and I threw the broken window out to break it. I am sad that my lantern is missing. If you've read my review so far, this is a test. If so, well done. I am going to give you lunch. I apologize for lying to you.
👤I bought this lantern almost a year ago, but VONT has started sending me emails that are not related to the lantern. I would not recommend anyone buy anything from this company. If they're selling your email address and other information to other people for a few pennies, you're probably right. This needs to be fixed by Amazon. There is a The lantern worked for a while, but then the lights started flickering, making it useless.
👤I dropped it and it didn't break. The plastic doesn't seem to crack or break, and they both light up very well. The batteries are included. It's a straight forward approach. These will help when the power goes out, light up a tent well, and provide a work area. The handles are strong. There is no flashlight feature. Straight forward lanterns are what these are.
👤We are camping. The lanterns are easy to use and have a good price. These put off a good amount of light. The led bulbs are used in them. The hanging feature is great. We can either hang from the interior hook built into the roof of our tent or place it on our picnic table. It gave us plenty of light to take care of things before bed. The camping bins have these additions. After my husband got our generator going, we grabbed one of these and were no longer sitting in the dark. These are better than a flashlight in those situations as they are directional light and they light up a room quite well.
👤There are many good things about these mini L.E.D. lanterns. Value For The Dollar is one of the most important criteria when I rate a product. These lanterns deliver. They are light and bright. There are others on the market that are less expensive. I decided to purchase these because they were plastic. The base and the body were not damaged. The batteries seem to last a long time. If you lock your eyes on them, they will be bright enough to make your vision blurry. At $7. I feel like I have great value for the dollar. Some of the brands with metal bases were reviewed and commented on, and they were found to be rusting up after contact with water.
In case of an emergency, 2000 mAh power bank is all you need to charge your phone. Their camping lantern has a large capacity 3000 battery, it has 3 power supply modes, a solar panel, and a hand crank. The camping light can last for up to 35 hours without needing to change the batteries frequently, and it is more convenient and friendly than other lanterns which need AA batteries. Long working time and multi-charging ways give you a reliable light source during a power outage. The solar camping lantern has a flashlight mode and a lantern mode. Pull or push the handle to turn on or close the lantern and adjust the light by controlling the pulled height. Click the button to turn on the light and it will illuminate with strong brightness and distance for up to 30 hours after fully charged. The camping light is easy to carry and fit in your handbag or backpack without taking a lot of space. Two foldaway handles make the hand crank lantern flashlight convenient for suspension, portable, and hanging it on tents or outside branches to keep your hands free and perfect as emergency survival kits for hurricanes, camping, hiking, and other outdoor activities. The camping lamp is made of high quality ABS material and IPX4 water resistant to endure the harsh weather condition as well as rough handling. The collapsible lantern with the low consumptionLED bulbs can provide the ultra- bright light of a lantern and work up to 35 hours in lantern mode, which is longer than a regular lantern, suitable for indoor or outdoor activities. The lantern can be used as a portable charging point for the phones in emergencies. The lantern must be a reliable survival kit for your indoor and outdoor activities because of the excellent construction and simple design. If you have any questions, please contact them. The lantern can be used as a portable charging point for the phones in emergencies. The lantern must be a reliable survival kit for your indoor and outdoor activities because of the excellent construction and simple design. If you have any questions, please contact them.
👤I sent it back because I read the directions. You can't use the sun to charge the lantern. You will lose the light if you use it to charge anything else. The only way to charge it without the internet was hand cranking. I need something that will use solar to keep me on the trail for more than a day. The directions stated that the AC adapter that came with the product was not a good idea and that the proper charging station is available. Don't buy if you're warned.
👤The only reason we gave this lantern 2 stars was because it is correct in concept, it is lightweight, portable, and can be charged by solar, and has a hand crank in an emergency. The lantern fails in execution and hope the next revision fixes some of the issues described below. Our first test was only 5 hours, and the lantern does not last anywhere close to the advertised 35 hours. It is possible that we could have gotten a better battery, but this order of magnitude difference shows the company does not do any basic testing before sending units out the door. If you throw the lantern in a duffel bag, back of the car, or your backpack, it will open and you will find a dead lantern. The fault alone was a dealbreaker. We got a Enbrighten lantern that has 75 hours on a 4400 mAh battery and is much brighter on its lowest setting, so it must be a ton more efficient. There is a provision to insert 3removable D batteries for 350 additional hours or 175 additional hours in our tests. We decided to get an external solar charger when they become more affordable because it is not so lightweight or compact and does not have alternative charging mechanisms. Save yourself the trouble and spend more money on a better lantern. Should you need a lantern in an emergency, you will thank yourself.
👤The light is bright. We went camping for 2 nights and it stayed lit. I was able to charge my phone. The hand crank is not the most comfortable grip, but if you need light and not a charge, it works. It was raining and overcast over the weekend, but the solar charge works well. It works best as a light but not the best charger.
👤The lantern is more than I expected. It does everything I need. I wanted a light source that didn't rely on batteries. It has a crank and is charged. And very light. I keep this one in a closet if the power goes out. I plan to give more as gifts.
👤Our solar isn't working so we bought this to give us more light at night. It was dead by 6:30 in the morning on the first night. I don't think I charged it enough. I leave it plugged in most of the day. We use it for a couple hours at night, then turn it off the next morning. It doesn't dim and seems to run. I have charged it in the sun but the charge is not very long with constant use. We have a solar power system that works for us. The lantern is very bright. The flashlight part works very well. It was a little awkward to hold the flashlight part in your hand. We bought it again for the lantern part. It is lightweight, bright, and has a good battery life.
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.
If you try it for yourself, you will discover why it is one of the most popular plumbing snake uncloggers. Their customer service team is standing by, so if you have a problem, please contact them. Made in the USA. The emergency weather radio is a must-have for the emergency, as it will always receive up to the newest emergency weather forecasts from the National Weather Service. All your emergency needs can be met with the SOS Alarm, external antenna, comfortable hand crank, tap switch. RunningSnail's emergency radio comes with a 2000mAh power bank, which can be used on most devices. Enough emergency power for important calls to your family, the emergency services, or for contacting assistance in emergencies. You will always be in touch with the outside world. The emergency crank radio with a 2000mAh built-in battery can be powered by hand crank and solar panel to ensure that you can use the solar crank radio normally. When not able to regenerate power, you should always have aaa batteries in your house. Don't ever run out of electricity! The emergency radio could provide a light source and flashlight. They can keep you and your loved ones out of the dark in an emergency, if they can provide you with the timeliest help. You can make a loud siren sound and a flashing light if you use the SOS function. There is no risk for your purchase. Your voice makes them the best. The emergency weather radio has an 18-month warranty. They will give you a solution if you don't like the weather radio. Their customer service is always available for you.
👤I like it. The use of 3 TripleAAA batteries is nice. The NiCad battery is charged with theusb. There is also Solar and Crank. Better made and larger than some of the other models on Amazon. This will be useful the next time there is a power outage. The Weather Band is useful when you need it. The reading light is nice. Hurricane Matthew is an update! There was no power for 5 days. The radio was a lifesaver.
👤This little guy is the best weather radio I have ever owned. It can power with solar, batteries or crank. It picks up the radio signals. The weather channel is clear. It has a loud panic alarm, and it has a flashlight. There is a reader behind the solar panel. You can use it to charge your phone. It is a good looking radio. The feel is very soft. The item is very well made. I really do. Love. This is the radio! I would recommend it to anyone who wants an inexpensive emergency radio that does that job, because I am so pleased with it. There are a lot of good things about this.
👤There is a big drive in movie addiction here. We hit it once a week from opening weekend until last weekend. In the last eight years, I have been very harsh on my car batteries and alternators. The voice of reason whispered in my ear and said "hey maybe you should get a radio instead of using the car". Excellent! I searched for one, months and months. I'm not dealing with that because boom boxes and portable music players all need "D" batteries. I looked at other types from related searches. The sports radios had the right battery size, but it seemed too small for movie sound. I knew the sound would be right, I have one of those in my garage, they had the right size battery, so what is stopping me? I don't want to deal with another device that needs batteries, probably weekly or bi weekly, with my usage, so I don't want to. I look in every month to see if anything catches my attention. There are solar powered speakers, right batteries, and a manual hand crank. At drive in, had been solar charging all week. It's perfect sound can be heard in 2 movies without an issue. It doesn't turn on after the second week. I know it was already in the position. My youngest said that he wanted to see how it worked. It's okay. I forgot to put some extra batteries in the car, so we're going to have to crank it. We are cranking and passing for 30 minutes. It almost got through the first movie before it died. The sound gets softer. I was able to crank it after we watched it.
👤One trip to the outdoors and a piece of plastic was warped and came away from the product because it was in the sun. This is not acceptable because it's solar powered. Everything else worked.
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.
The do it yourselfer and the professional can use DrainX drain cleaning solutions. Things can get messy. They are here to help. Please contact them if you have any questions. Their products come with a 1 year warranty. The portable solar emergency radio is more powerful than the traditionall radios. There are upgraded points such as the large screen to show the percentage of battery surplus, bright flashlight, 4 led reading lamps, bottle opener and the alarm. It's deserved. The weather radio captures a superior signal reception, automatically scans through 7 available weather band channels and locks onto the strongest weather channel to alert you of the hazard weathers in your area. A life saver radio. There are four ways to power the weather radio. The crank weather radio will provide continuous power to the radio and no worry about power being off. It can be used as an emergency power bank. The HAND-CRANK will always have power. An alarm and a reading lamp. This flashlight radio with alarm and speaker is great for outdoor enthusiast, it can emit a loud emergency call, and make you get help quicker, if you get lost outdoors. You can read stories for children even at night, as well as a must-have for travelling, camping, backpacking and car. Aiworth waterproof emergency radio with a backup power source is an essential tool for home use and outdoor activities, it makes your life more safe. The packing included an emergency radio, a microusb cable and instruction.
👤The emergency radio is good for what it costs, but it could be better. I like the big screen. It's much easier to read. There is a The charging cable uses a microusb cable. Most of the phones in the world use theusb-c cables. There are no cables for Apple products. We had to order the cables in case we had to charge our phones in an emergency. The 2000mAh Power Bank is next. It's okay. The newer emergency radios use a power bank. The 2000mAh will only charge one phone. The radio has a solar charging station on top of it. The flip up solar panel on the emergency radios gives them more direct sunlight for charging.
👤I've been testing this against my other gear for a couple weeks now. It's going well. I have a few of the Eton Microlink FR160, so you can see how it compares to my video review. There are pros and cons for people who don't want to watch the video. It's not as compact as an analog or battery only device, but it's not hard to focus. It could be easier to replace the built-in battery.
👤I wanted to keep something in my vehicle for emergencies. The sound quality of the emergency radio I have is so bad that it becomes an irritation after a minute or two. The sound quality is good, but the radio matches the er210 in every respect. It was the same size as the er210. The solar panel will produce power. The crank can be turned easily. The reading light is more of a spot light. When the radios are plugged in, reception on the er210 does not change but on the Aiworth reception is severely affected and one has to move the antenna to an upright position to get it away from the body of the radio. Both radios have excellent reception.
👤We are trying to build a family emergency box. My husband suggested that we get an emergency radio to use when we are backpacking, since we will be off the grid for a week next spring. I found this one on Amazon and it has all of the bells and whistles. Exactly what we were looking for! Oh my gosh! There is a hand crank that you can use to crank battery power, and the radio is charged by solar energy. The radio can be charged using a cable or batteries. There are lots of different options. This emergency radio has a flashlight, a reading lamp, and a compass, and it's also an emergency radio. This is a power bank, so I can charge my phone with it in the event of an emergency. That is better than that. This will be great for us to take with us. It's essential for emergencies and backpacking. It's definitely recommended for every household.
👤The radio has a battery inside. The solar panel will charge when it's under the sun. You can put batteries in it. You can charge with the cranks at back. The radio can be used to search channels. It has a flashlight. It's a good companion when you are in the forest.
Simply sorting your items will make it easy to organize and classify items of different shapes. Great for school supplies. CARRY IT WITH YOU EVERYWHERE. Credit-Card Sized to fit. In Your: wallet, pocket, survival kit, glove box, purse, pouch. One tough guide. Special Tear and Weather resistant material is used in maps. There are 101 illustrations, 67 lifesaving survival skills, 175 expert tips, 24 gear and 10 "Killer" mistakes. You should keep the tiny survival guide on you at all times. It's a quick reference when you're caught in an emergency or disaster. It is like a life insurance policy in your pocket. You should learn to survive these threats. Civil unrest, surprise attacks, natural disasters, nuclear, biological and chemical events, abduction, Hostage and terror threats, active shooter situation, vehicle accidents, hiking, camping and hunting emergencies are a lot of things. The guide to develop your mindset, skills, and gear is a pro active learning tool. It makes a great gift. The Digital Details can be scanned with the QR code.
👤This is one page and it is folded up to be a pocket size. Many important things had to be so compressed that a person with no knowledge or even a little survival knowledge will not have enough basic information in several areas that are covered but not well enough to be useful. It is just one page folded up. The additional info that you can find is helpful, but sometimes in some of the apps the video or info is not as complete or as well produced as it could be, and it may not be available to look at when you need it. Being prepared for an emergency is serious. It is great that you are looking for information to be prepared. If you want to buy the necessary equipment for your home and car, you should buy a full and complete Survival book. Is this page better than nothing? .... Yes... If you buy this, you will think you are prepared, but you will not buy a full and well written survival book.
👤This is one of the dumbest things I have ever bought on Amazon. The idea of a pocket-sized survival book is a great one, but one of the first things it says is that you need to carry things with you and not depend on electronics, and the entire guide is full of QR Codes for you to use your phone. It's even more stupid that they lead you to the internet. The diagrams on how to set traps, gut a fish, and tell what different tracks are all useful to look at, but they could be better described in a book. The details are so small that you can't really understand what is happening, and everything is so simple that you can just remember the information. One thing I read that made me want to write this review was that at the end of the "Worst Case Scenario" section, it says that one of the essentials to check off, following a gas mask, is a Bible. I don't know if that is put in as a joke. I understand that people are religious, but the fact that you had to add this to a manual small enough to fit in your pocket is ridiculous. This was the dumbest thing I have ever read, and I have nothing against religion. Don't waste money. You can buy a survival guide. I only give it a star because it does some of what it tells you, but nothing else you wouldn't find in a basic survival guide.
👤The product is resistant to water and tear and has good information. It was possible to put a hole in it accidentally. The water resistance is pretty good. All this info can be found online for free. I don't think 10 bucks is worth it.
👤I like this guide. I can't believe the amount of information in this manual. It's better than most survival books that are full sized. I give away survival kits as gifts to my family members, and this guide is going into every one of them. I notice something new when I look at it. The authors teach the skills in more depth in the videos that you can find with the QR codes. The value is not ordinary. If I choose, I can use the magnifying lens to start a fire. The guide went into my wallet and replaced the $10 I spent for it.
The First Aid Only 312 Piece First Aid Kit is designed to be used at home, in the office or on the go. There are 312 pieces of essential first aid supplies in this item. Clear pockets in the fabric pouch make it easy to locate the first aid supplies. The kit is the perfect size for a backpack, vehicle compartment or desk drawer. First Aid Only 312 is a First Aid Kit that will help you in the event of an emergency at home, in the office or on the go.
👤There are a lot of the same things in this. Alcohol wipes and bandaids were in mine. It's a mess. In an emergency, you should be able to find things quickly. The American Red Cross recommends that a family of four have a kit that includes: 2 absorbent compress dressings (5 x 9 inches), 25 adhesive bandages (assorted sizes), 1 adhesive cloth tape (10 yards x 1 inch), 5 antibiotic packets, and an antiseptic wipe. Add to kit my own suggestions for sterile gloves. Pre-cut strips of standard tape are used to reduce pain and swelling. If you need to use an Asthma inhaler, you can use Injectable Epistein and Antihistamine. If you're tested for drugs at work, you have medical documentation. If it's legal in your state, you can use medical marijuana. In some states, it is legal if you don't use marijuana and you don't use cannabidiol. An Indica strain with 25%Cannabidiol can help with pain without being addicted to pain killers. Joint protection tubule should not be a problem.
👤The kit is well thought out and has a lot of different items in it. The pieces are a little deceptive. 50 of the 196 Band-Aids are the tiny "Junior" Band-Aids. If you have small kids, those Junior Band-Aids can be useful. Giving them something that makes them feel better is not necessarily for using as Band-Aids. Even though it's superficial at best, a small Badge of Honor and a trophy to show that they've been wounded. Ibuprofen and Tylenol are listed at 6 each, but are actually just 3 packages of 2 each. Some of the medication can last a little more than a year. I don't think that's a big deal because Common belief is that over the counter medication doesn't get dangerous with age. I wish the kit had more items and less Band-Aids. The kit only has one trauma pad, one 4x4 sterile gauze, one burn gel, and one set of gloves. If I'm in a situation where I need a 4x4 gauze, only one will do anything for me. I could always put Band-Aids on it and hope it holds. I think I got my money's worth for the price I paid, because it was on sale. It's a good place to start building a kit. It will need to be fortified in order to be an excellent kit.
👤I feel good! If you count a package of two pills as 2 items, and a package of two gauze pads as 2 items, then I think this First Aid Kit contains more than it was supposed to. That is ridiculous. A sealed package of two pills or a sealed, sterile package of two pads would be counted as 2 items. If only one pill is used, the other becomes useless since the package has been opened. There is no doubt that the first aid kit's description is deceptive.
👤They must be hoping nobody will check to see if everything they list will be in your case, because they didn't get everything listed. So disappointing. There are open spots in the pictures where I didn't receive some items. I didn't get enough pills. No thermometer...
Also, note: The CWP-7 is used for cranks using the Octalink system. 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.
The material is suitable for both indoors and outdoors. They've upgraded a lot of features based on customer feedback and the newest Design MD-090P. The most powerful lighting functions include a motion sensor reading lamp and a super-bright 3 mode flashlight. External antenna, electricity label, comfortable hand crank, tap switch fit all your needs. The MD-090P is the best value for emergency radio. Nature is unpredictable, but you can be prepared in the face of her fury. The emergency crank radio with weather band and phone charge can be used to get the latest weather broadcasts and hazard information for your area from 7 stations at a crystal-clear sound. It's a critical time for you to get full preparation, so you and your family are safe. The solar radio has 888-405-7720 888-405-7720 The flashlight radio could be supplied for days after the storm had passed until the power came back on. The hand crank light never runs out of electricity, no matter what emergency situation you find yourself in. A motion sensor reading lamp. If you need to walk in places without lights, the flashlight radio with 3 modes flashlight is a great alternative, it has a longer lighting range than the most other solar emergency radio. A reading lamp with a Motion sensor will help you get up in the evening to avoid waking your family. You will never regret purchasing this crank flashlight radio. They care about you and your loved ones. In the past years, their emergency radio has helped more than 10,000,000 Americans to survive hurricanes, tornadoes, and snowstorms. Your voice makes them the best. The emergency weather radio has an 18-month warranty. If you don't like the weather radio, they can give you a full refund. Their customer service is always available for you.
👤This device is amazing. It does everything it claims to do. The hand crank is easy to use and effective because there is almost no tension. The solar panel can be used to charge the device, and when you lift it up, it becomes a very strong beacon of light. Awesome feature! The light has an optional sensor that turns it on when it senses movement. The batteries can be charged using a wall outlet and a cable. Radio: no static! The weather band works well. The radio stations near me are great. Considering the size of this powerful unit, the sound is pretty darn good. The antenna is easy to use and tune into. The alarm is so important. The alarm is loud and clear that you're in trouble. The power status light is easy to see and understand. You can crank to 25%, 50%, 75%, or 100%. I have a cell phone and the cord that comes with the light doesn't fit it. I use my own cord. The picture in the description is correct. I am very happy with the power house of an emergency light and radio.
👤I asked for Made in USA. The box says it's made in China. Don't be deceived. Wonder what other items are not.
👤The emergency radio is amazing. It picks up all of the radio channels. This radio has a Weather Broadcast option so you don't have to waste time searching for it on the AM station. After a minute or so, the hand crank charges the radio and the flashlight is bright.
👤It does what it says. I don't use it often because I think it's just something I need in case of an emergency. There are two things I have noticed with my unit. The blue battery level lights are not consistent. I was playing the radio with all the lights on. It showed 3 when turned on the light. The radio came back on after everything was turned off. The battery lights seem to wipe out the AM radio. I get a lot of static when those blue lights are on, even if it was already set to a local station. The station can be heard as soon as the lights go out. It takes 30 seconds or more for those lights to go out. It is more extensive than that. The blue lights can come on for another 30 seconds depending on what you do. If you are listening to the radio, turn on the headlights. You can't hear the radio until the blue lights come on and they go back off. It does the job, but you will need to be prepared to deal with the quirks of mine.
👤I like the fact that this radio uses standard batteries, which means I already have a bunch of replacements, and I got longer lasting batteries to put in it. The crank charge is not something I like because it takes a lot of cranking to charge it full, however in an emergency it does charge and per the manual one minute of cranking equals 6 min of radio or 30 min of light. The batteries don't drain due to the bright lights on this. Radio reception is terrible inside. I think it is deserving of five stars. I will have to change the rating if it isn't durable.
Excellent for removing grease, oil stains, tar and label. The microfiltration is able to remove 99% of waterbornebacteria and 99% of waterborne parasites. Removes microplastics and reduces the amount of water in the environment. All claims are verified with laboratories using standard testing protocols. 4,000 liters (1,000 gallons) of clean and safe drinking water will be provided by the microbiological filter. Every LifeStraw product purchased, a school child in need will receive safe drinking water for the entire school year. There are materials that are free of BPA.
👤You should get a Sawyer-Mini. I have used both on camping trips. You need steel jaws to suck water. If you use a Sawyer or other filters with pump/squeeze action, you won't have to rip out your filling. You have to lie on the ground, and other filters have a straw if the pouch breaks. You need to watch actual videos of people who use these frequently before voting down this post. Everyone uses a pump or squeeze method of filtration. Lifestraws are a great idea, but it is hard to use.
👤I am sorry to have the first one be so negative but the life straw was a total and utter disappointment. I bought it for my daughter to go to Mexico with strict instructions to not drink anything without the life straw. Had she followed my instructions she would have died of dehydration. We followed the instructions from the video to soak it, but we couldn't get any water to come through it. It was too late to return to Amazon and I did not receive a reply when I contacted Life Straw. Too bad. I was going to have one for each family member to have in an emergency pack. I will not do that after this experience.
👤This thing is serious. I went backpacking on Maine's Bigelow range. I ran out of water when I brought it. Bring a wide mouth bottle and fill it with water. I drank from the most disgusting looking hole on top of a lower peak. I thought it would be safe, but it wasn't. Wrong. It tasted like fresh spring water. Better than a tap. I'm from Maine, and I've tasted plenty of water from the mountain springs. It can be difficult to start. You have to prove it by soaking. Blow into it if it still doesn't work. Everyone should have a bug-out bag in case of a civil war, because the world seems to have gone mad.
👤If you don't clear the water after each use, the water will seize up. I didn't run a gallon through either of the break I had.
👤I dropped it from my mouth to the countertop and it stopped working, which is ridiculous. There was no impact at all. It is dangerous to have a water source out in the woods if it can't take an impact. This bad review is solely about that fact.
👤I've used these in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Works as advertised. The system is safe to use. When we deploy, we use it as a standard procedure to have one in everyone's room. It's called Semper Fi.
👤I drank from a steam. I have become a hippie. I'm in a transformation.
👤We got what we ordered. I've used this product before in Afghanistan, and I'm happy with it.
👤The price was right, so I wanted to get one for a while. The water out of the Lake of Two Mountains tasted good and did not have any ill effects.
Survival kit for adults hand crank products from Vont. In this article about survival kit for adults hand crank you can see why people choose the product. Roxicosly and Fospower are also good brands to look for when you are finding survival kit for adults hand crank.
Vont, Roxicosly and Fospower are some of the best brands that chosen by people for survival kit for adults hand crank. Find the detail in this article. Runningsnail, Onlyee and Aiworth are also brands that their products are worth to check.