Portable radio can be charged by hand crank; features integrated LED flashlight and mobile charger
Hurricane season starts June 1 and as part of Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 25-31) it is recommend that you create a kit for you and your family in the event that your area is affected by a hurricane and or other weather-related emergency (tornado, flooding, high winds, heavy rainfall, etc.)
You can easily cross several items off your hurricane supply kit shopping list with this one multi-purpose purchase: a solar panel and hand-crank NOAA weather radio by La Crosse.
The NOAA weather radio by La Crosse not only gives you 30 minutes of use per 1 minute of cranking, but can also be powered by sun and ambient light. It has a built-in high-intensity LED flashlight and can charge mobile devices via its USB port. The radio’s blue backlight flashes red to visually warn you to incoming weather alerts. That’s three items that the U.S. Government and the American Red Cross recommend everyone have as part of their disaster supply kit (battery-powered or hand-crank NOAA weather radio, flashlights, cell phone charger).
- 30 minutes of use per 1 minute of cranking
- Solar and ambient light powered
- Built-in high-intensity LED flashlight
Other features include:
- USA-Made IC Chip for high-quality digital radio
- Earphone jack
- Telescoping antenna
- Rechargeable lithium battery included
Be prepared this hurricane season which starts June 1 and runs to November 30 and purchase one today.
Get a list of basic disaster supplies recommend by the U.S. government to create a kit for you and your family.
Items that the American Red Cross recommends you have in your emergency preparedness kit.