Midland – ER310, Emergency Crank Weather AM/FM Radio – Multiple Power Sources, SOS Emergency Flashlight, Ultrasonic Dog…

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AM/FM NOAA Emergency Crank Radio with Solar Power Panel
Extremely Bright Cree LED Flashlight 130 Lumens
Replaceable 2600 mAh Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery with USB Output for charging Portable Devices

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The Midland ER310 is an AM/FM Digital radio with the NOAA weather alert channels, ideal for an emergency kit, recreational activities or on a regular basis use. The radio is also powered by internal replaceable lithium 2600 mAh ion battery, crank or 6 ‘AAO batteries (now not included). Charge the lithium Ion battery thru the included mini USB Charging Cable, by cranking or throughout the solar panel. The NOAA Weather Band receiver brings you weather forecasts, alerts and other emergency messages and shops Alerts for 1 Hour. The Flashlight includes a Cree LED for 130 Lumens with a Low or High setting to conserve battery life. The SOS Flashlight Beacon is also activated to flash a Morse Code Signal. A unique Ultra Sonic Dog Whistle is also activated to lend a hand search and rescue teams to locate individuals throughout an emergency situation. The massive LCD display shows the time, your AM /FM station or the NOAA Weather Channel Frequency. For better reception, extend the telescoping antenna. For personal listening, the unit has a headphone jack. The ER310 serves a charging source for other portable devices throughout the USB Output. The ER310 comes with a Rechargeable 2600 mAh battery, Mini USB Charging Cable
AM/FM NOAA Emergency Crank Radio with Solar Power Panel
Extremely Bright Cree LED Flashlight 130 Lumens
Replaceable 2600 mAh Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery with USB Output for charging Portable Devices
Ultrasonic Dog Whistle to lend a hand search and rescue teams
SOS Flashlight beacon that flashes Morse code

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