Survival Radio - 4-in-1 Emergency Preparedness Tool
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    Never worry about power outages again! This Survival Radio offers combines 4 crucial needs into a single tool.

    Tools include: Radio, Flashlight, Siren and phone/device charger.

    One minute of cranking will power the AM/FM radio for 8 minutes or 3-LED flashlight for 30 minutes. The flashlight offers 2 brightness settings for battery saving and the high-visibility yellow and black outer case is always easy to find even in low lighting.

    An extendable antennae ensures a stronger radio signal.

    It also offers an emergency shrill siren that is extremely loud, and a cell phone charging port that uses an included USB cable.

    Survival radios and device charges can play a critical role in keeping you in-the-know while camping, hiking, power outages and times of crisis.

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    Customer Reviews|Average Rating: 4.25 out of 5

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    Reviewed by Josh kokesch on Nov 07, 2014   5 out of 5

    Good quality, holds a charge freakishly well. The charger works for my phone type (LG Lucid), the downside is it would take days to charge my phone. The phone normally takes over two hours to charge so trickle charging takes forever. The radio gets good signal and the alarm will make you jump.

    Reviewed by Justin Erickson on Sep 04, 2014   2 out of 5

    I mostly got this for the phone charger but apparently it dont work as expected. Instead of using the battery from the flashlight you have to crank to charge the phone and it seems to have almost no effect on the phone battery. cranked for 5 minutes and not even 1 percent increase on the battery. If you want any use out of the phone "charger" you or someone else will have to crank throughout the whole phone call.

    Reviewed by Charles Moreno on Jan 27, 2014   3 out of 5

    Nice little survival tool, everything works except for the USB Cable charger, welll it kinda works. My phone says it's an unsupported hook up. It only charges my phone if I crank the handle around and around and around and around, but once I stop it stops charging. Mainly bought it for the phone charging device. If anyone knows how to make this work or maybe if my defective, let me know

    Reviewed by Tim Madden on Sep 29, 2013   5 out of 5

    I don't know about other people's radios, but mine charges anything that uses a USB cable, from my cell phone to my iPod. I'm glad to add this to my "Bug Out Bag".

    Reviewed by Jose Romero on Dec 08, 2012   5 out of 5

    it works as it says...haven't try to charge phone yet...but seems to work only with droid kind and alike haha doesn't work for ipear (not making propaganda without getting paid so not saying name).
    I'm pleased with it.

    Reviewed by tommy james on Oct 02, 2012   5 out of 5

    very cool. works as advertised but does not charge Iphones. other than that, no complaints.

    Reviewed by carl jordan on Aug 31, 2012   4 out of 5

    flashlight, radio, and signal work great! i bought this mainly for the hand crank phone charger AND IT WILL NOT CHARGE AN IPHONE!!! this does charge other phones but not an IPHONE. good deal for the price though

    Reviewed by skylord carrothers johnson on Mar 25, 2012   5 out of 5

    Got to say this thing does what it does with no problems. Though its not going to do it fast it can charge a droid with its handy little adaptor, however it does require the usb cable your phone should of come with to plug to it still. its not a direct to phone cable but an adaptor in this package.

    Not the heaviest duty feeling material, but still nice bright 1 or 3 bulb flashlight, loud enough alarm it could attract attention if in need, radio, and sturdy enough little hand crank.

    For camping, an emergency phone charger for the vehicle, or a natural disaster flashlight and radio etc. Id not complain for 20 bucks when I bought a 50 buck device with similar concept and capability that had a less useful phone adaptor

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