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July 23, 2007

Solar Powered Radio with Weatherband

518077600Hl. Aa280

This is the only solar powered radio we've found with Weatherband features. This combo set includes the EyeMax AM / FM Weatherband Crank/Solar Emergency Radio With Sherpa LED Flashlight. This self-powered radio offers AM, FM, and National Weather Service broadcasts. The radio covers seven National Oceanic & Atmospheric Association (NOAA) broadcast channels. The integrated solar panel will generate enough power to operate the radio and charge the battery simultaneously when exposed to strong sunlight. When you aren't using it, the radio will charge itself up if left in the sun. In addition to being able to power itself with the solar panel, just 30 seconds of winding the hand crank on the back of the radio will provide about 35 minutes of power.

At Freeplay Combo Set - EyeMax AM / FM Weatherband Crank/Solar Emergency Radio With Sherpa LED Flashlight

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Posted by Jay Brewer at July 23, 2007 8:56 AM

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