When the power is down, keep up with the latest news and current weather conditions, as well as stay aware of continuously changing situations. The NOAA AM/FM Weather Radio broadcasts weather information as well as national security statements, natural disaster information, environmental and public safety statements. No need to worry about replacing batteries, charge before disaster with the included micro usb cable or in an emergency charge via hand crank or solar power. The radio doubles as a LED flashlight and small power bank (1000mAh).
- NOAA AM/FM Weather Radio
- USB charging cable
- Wrist lanyard
- User Manual
- Dimensions: 5" x 2.4" x 1.6"
- Weight: Less than 0.5 lbs
- Water resistance: IPX3
- Speaker: 8Ω / 0.5W
- LED lifespan: Up to 100,000 hours
- 1000 mAh/3.6V Ni-MH
- Working voltage: 2.7V to 4.2V
- Maximum power consumption: 0.5W
- AM: 520 KHz to 1710KHz
- FM: 87MHz to 108 MHz
- Weather Band: 162.40 to 162.55 MHz
- Option 1: Plug one end of the cord (that comes with your radio) into the mini USB port and plug the other end into any USB 2.0 Type A port (such as an adapter or computer).
- Option 2: Hand crank your radio for 3 to 5 minutes.
- Option 3: Leave your radio out to charge in the sun with its solar powered charger for 10 to 12 hours.