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Emergency Radio Solar And Dynamo Powered Voyager Kaito Black Multiband Radio Weather Band White and Red LED Lights

 
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6927674205019
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Multi-band radio will keep you up to date in any emergency or disaster situation. Radio receives 11 bands including AM/FM, Shortwave 1 and 2, and seven NOAA Weather bands, to include weather alert signals. Also features an LED flashlight and reading lamps. The Voyager is capable of five types of rechargeable power including a dynamo crank, adjustable solar panel, AA batteries, the built-in rechargeable battery pack, and it can even charge from a computer via USB port. This radio is also designed to charge other electronics such as cell phones and iPods. The Voyager includes a carrying strap, six cell phone adaptors, an earphone, and a USB cable. This is the most complete emergency radio we have seen, and it is available to you at a bargain price.

Specifications and features:
Kaito Dynamo and solar powered radio
Includes high quality AC brushless generator
Tilting solar panel
Solar panel powers radio and charges built in batteries
5 LED reading lamp
Multi function LED flashlight
Side mounted white and red LED light for white light or signaling
USB jack charges iPod and cell phones
Six cell phone tips
Seven band weather radio
Weather alert feature
8"x5"x2.6"

Includes:

Five ways of power:
Dyanmo cranking power: 120 turne per minute of cranking will pwer the built in NiMH battery pack
Solar panel power
Three AA batteries
Built in rechargeable battery pack
Charge from a computer via USB port
Green

Lighting:
5 LED reading lamp for camping and emergency use
White LED flashlight
Red LED blinking for emergency alert

Radio reception:
AM: 520-1717 KHz
FM: 88.00-108.00 MHz
SW1: 3.20-9.00 KHz
SW2: 9.00-22.00 KHz
Weather band, seven standard  bands for all stations
PLL crystal control circuit for stable reception
Weather alert is activated by weather alert signals

Includes:
Six cell phone tips
Earphone
USB cord
Total number of Reviews: 7

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5.0 5
"Out of the box it ran for almost 2 hours on one minute of cranking. I haven't got to see how the solar charge does yet. This little radio does it all, well worth the money!"
– Gus
4.0 5
"Dynamo crank \\ 1 min.= 15 min - solar panel powers radio, but only 4 min battery power. Maybe battery is bad ? Still a good radio . Will check on new battery- 2 days in window, in direct sun light."
– barry
4.0 5
"Everything was great, except there was no wall charger included."
– tim
4.0 5
"All around well worth the investment. Everything works flawlessly. Better than expected."
– ExSpecOperative
5.0 5
"This is a great emergency radio. You can run it with at least four different energy sources. (AC, AA Batteries, Crank, Solar) It does not come with a A/C adapter to charge the internal battery but a USB is provided. You can plug the USB into most cell phone chargers to charge it. You can also use the crank or solar ( not the preferred method - crank is better ) to charge other electronics like cell phone. It seems fairly well made but it will be in the home and not be abused. I have read some bad reviews on the crank. It is not designed to be cranked quickly. Don't try to spin the crank at 100 rpm and it works fine."
– Prepared
1.0 5
"everything was going fine,about a month later, I can't get anything on it,"
– george
5.0 5
"This radio was everything advertised. Light weight, multiple power sources, it sounds great and so many different bands to choose from. I didn't find the crank to be a problem in a pinch, I just cranked it slowly as expected. I leave it in a sunlit window and it stays charged via solar. The fact that it has a USB for charging phones and other devices sold me. Thinking about purchasing additional ones for family."
– David Lay