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Solar and Wind Up Power Radio

Solar and Wind Up Power Radio

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Solar Powered and Wind-up Radio Black

Ever gone to check the coming weather during a camping trip, only to find the batteries in your radio have died? With this Solar Power Crank Powered Radio, you never have to worry about bringing dozens of replacement batteries along with you; you can create all the power you need yourself! During the daytime, this solar radio can generate enough power from the sun to power this radio for up to 7 hours. If you need some extra power, or are trying to listen at night, the wind-up feature can generate up to 20 extra minutes of power for every minute of manually cranking the radio. This solar powered radio features an AM/FM weather band, a standard tuner, an antenna for quality reception, and a port for your earphones. Don't get caught in a rainstorm you didn't know was coming, use this no-battery, solar-power crank radio!

Solar Power Crank Radio Features:

  • Plastic Crafted
  • Color: Black
  • Solar Powered or windup/crank powered
  • AM/FM Weather Band
  • On/Off Dial
  • Tuner Dial
  • Antenna
  • Earplug Port
  • AM Frequency Range: 88-108 Mhz
  • FM Frequency Range: 530-1600 Mhz
  • Radio time after 1 minute cranking: approx. 20 minutes
  • Radio time after fully charged: approx. 7 hours
  • Radio time after 5 hours sunlight: approx 30 minutes

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