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12 Survivors Emergency Hand-Crank Radio & Flashlight

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  • 12 Survivors hand-crank radio and flashlight
  • Hand-crank dynamo: 1 minute of cranking (120 rpm) delivers 10 minutes of lighting with 5 LED lights plus 5-6 minutes of radio time
  • Hand-crank dynamo with a full charge delivers at least 1 hour of use
  • Radio: 1.5 hours at full charge
  • 7 LED lights: 1.5 hours at full charge
  • FM frequency range: 88-108 MHZ
  • FM radio: .2W max power, 18-23uV sensitivity
  • Output current: at least 29mA
  • Output voltage: 120 rpm of cranking delivers 6V max output
  • LED lifespan: at least 1,000,000 hours
  • Non-slip grip
  • 6.02"x2.13"x1.73"
  • 6 oz.
  • Includes input USB charger, lanyard and instruction manual


You can't predict when the power goes off or when an emergency situation will occur. That's why you need a human-powered flashlight and radio. Just crank the handle, and the LEDs will light your steps, while the FM radio gives you the latest scoop on the local situation.

Find out what's happening with this 12 Survivors hand-crank FM radio. Get the scoop on weather, emergency warnings and more. Just crank the unit, and you'll have light and radio reception. It also comes with a USB charger to power up quickly so you can be ready no matter what emergency comes your way.

Item Code: YKTS23000 [PY-A-5117]

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By Mark from USA on 2015-12-16
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Things I liked: Nice tool. 1) USB charging which saves on the crank mechanism till ( grid demise ), 2) Size ( fits nicely in my tactical backpack ), 3) Price Just can't beat it. And IF the SHTF, there will be propaganda to be received and analyzed appropriately via the radio function.

Things I would have changed: Add a zippered pouch, that would be icing on the cake for me, but I'll take it as it is.

 

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