A MUST HAVE FOR AN EMERGENCY ! If you live in a state where hurricanes, tropical storms or tornadoes can strike at any time or you just want to be prepared for a major power outage, this radio is for you ! Our Radio has all the survivor features that you need such as NOAA alert radio, smart phone charger ( USB input ), Loud speaker, Flashlight and hand crank charger that will keep you connected all the time ! “You’re better off having something for emergencies than wishing for it when an emergency situation arises”
COMPACT AND EAST TO CARRY – Good things come in small packages! The problem with other emergency radios is that they are too big and clumsy. Our Radio is lightweight, portable and just in the right size ! which means that it won’t take up much room when you storage it for backup, and you’ll be able to carry it around in any bag or purse without even noticing it is there.
MULTIPLE CHARGING METHODS IS A BIG PLUS ! charge in 4 ways: Rechargeable 500 mAh Lituim battery, 3 AAA batteries, solar panel and Hand crank – the ultimate charging Method! No matter where you are and for how long, you can always twist the hank crack for a minute or two and use all the radio’s features ! 1 minute of Cranking with approximately 130 circles will provide 18 minutes of radio time and 30 minutes of light . That means that You’ll never have to worry about running out of power !
RECEPTION – Do you live in a rural mountainous area or in a extreme cold and snowy area where its difficult to get any radio or weather station ? our radio is equipped with a long antenna that opens up to 15″ to receive better reception of radio frequencies. it’s great because you’ll be able to receive all the radio stations around you and hear them crisp and clear which ultimately means that you’ll always get the latest news broadcast and weather alerts no matter where you live. Guaranteed !
100% MONEY BACK GUARANTY . We are confident with the quality of our Radio. However If you are not satisfied with it you can send it back with free shipping no questions asked.