Radios

Emergency Radio, Esky Hand Crank Solar Powered Portable AM/FM NOAA Weather Radio


Price: $14.99
(as of Apr 04,2021 08:11:58 UTC – Details)


Product Description

Max Consumption Power

3W

10W

3W

2W

Unit Weight

0.49

0.49

0.49

0.67

Dimensions

5 *2.4 *1.8 inch

5 *2.4 *1.8 inch

5 *2.4 *1.8 inch

5.52*3*1.8 inch

LED Flashlight

3W/140LM

2W/135LM

3W/140LM

1W/20LM

Light Sources

Upgraded 3 LED Flashlight

LED Flashlight and Reading Lamp

Upgraded 3 LED Flashlight

LED Flashlight and Reading Lamp

Radio Frequency Range

AM: 520-1710KHz, FM: 87-108MHz, NOAA: 162.40 ~ 162.55MHz

AM: 520-1710KHz, FM: 87-108MHz, NOAA: 162.40 ~ 162.55MHz

AM: 520-1710KHz, FM: 87-108MHz, NOAA: 162.40 ~ 162.55MHz

AM: 520-1710KHz, FM: 87-108MHz, NOAA: 162.40 ~ 162.55MHz

Hand Crank

Solar Charge

Micro USB Charge

SOS Alarm

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Solar Powered Radio

Expose the solar panel in clear sunlight to let it charge as efficiently as possible.

When the solar radio receives enough sunlight to start charging, the red power indicator will light up.

Hand-Crank Radio

The crank radio also can be charged the by turning the handle at the bottom of the device and starting the generator.And the red power indicator will light on.

USB Charging

Connect the supplied Micro USB cable to the Micro USB input port on the right side of the unit to charge the lithium battery inside.

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It’s dark. The rain is driving down hard. And you’re stuck in a blackout, in your broken down car, or by the side of the highway staring at a dead phone battery. For all our technological prowess, there’s definitely not an app for that.

Enter Esky HN-28, our most life saving gadget yet.

It’s 1000mAh lithium battery may not have the umph to power your Macbook through a conference, but it’ll certainly give your gadgets enough juice for that all important call to your family, the emergency services or for contacting roadside assistance and getting you back on your journey.

Esky understands that an emergency rarely respects your daily routine, plans, or the power provided by your gadgets’batteries. That’s why we came up with a device that is easily charged through 3 innovative features:

1. Micro and Standard USB ports for conventional charging.

2. Solar Panel for when you’re stuck in the sun with no outlets in sight.

3. Kinnetic hand crank for the battery boost when the odds are against you.

And once it’s powered, you’re looking at a battery that will go. With enough light to last you through the night or provide up to 7 hours of radio on a full charge. Remain in the loop even when you’re offline with AM / FM radio and the latest weather updates from NOAA.

Other Specifications

— Maximum Power Consumption : 3W

— AM : 520-1710KHz, FM: 87-108MHz, NOAA: 162.40 ~ 162.55MHz

— Working Voltage : 2.7V to 4.2V

— Battery: Polymer Li-ion

Dimensions :5 x 2.4 x 1.8 inch;

Weight : 0.49lb: Small enough to fit in your pocket.

Package Content

— 1x Esky weather radio

— 1x Micro USB charging cable

— 1x User Manual

【1000mAh Phone Charger】– A dead phone can be life threatening. Don’t let your phone die when you need it most! Simply plug your phone or other small electronics into the USB port of this emergency kit for some extra juice.
【Durable Emergency Radio】– Hurricanes, tornadoes, rainstorms, fires, and more-the Esky Weather Radio will keep your family safe through it all. The rugged design is both durable and water-resistant, and can withstand even the harshest of conditions.
【3 LED Emergency Flashlight】– Don’t let the dark get you down. The 3W built-in flashlight will cut through the blackness and maximize visibility.
【Portable Radio On The Go】– This lightweight AM/FM/NOAA radio is a hassle-free way to listen to important weather or news updates. Keep it in your trunk, your suitcase, or carry it by hand with the attached lanyard. It’s even small enough to fit in your pocket.

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