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Giveaway: An Emergency Radio - Don't be Home Without It (Delivered)
If your internet connection is severed by strong winds and you aren't able to get updates from the Alternative News Digest, you'll want to have something like this Emergency Radio to get the latest FEMA Camp Propaganda. The radio also includes a flashlight and cell phone charger so you won't find yourself not playing pokemon-go (snowpocolypse edition) in the dark!
The radio can be powered by AA Batteries, hand crank, solar, or DC adapter. It might not be the best emergency radio in the world according to reviews, but you know what they say.... the best emergency radio is the one you have with you.
Prize: Emergency Radio, Flashlight, and Charger (Solar/Hand Crank) AM/FM/NOAAAvailable on amazon.com
Estimated Value: $22.00
This is a MUST for any survival kit. It comes with AM/FM/SW/weather band radio, thermometer, cell phone charger jack, bright LED flashlight, and a flip up LED reading Light. It can be charged by solar, hand crank, 110 outlet (power adaptor not included), or 3 AA batteries (not included). Unit is small, compact, light, and easy to carry.
- 4 Ways to Power Up:
- Hand Crank The Dynamo Handle
- Unit is self-charged by the built in solar panel
- Battery Power (3 "AA" Batteries Not Included)
- DC Adaptor 12 volt (Not Included)
- AM-FM Radio
- Shortwave Band
- Weather Band
- 4-Brilliant White LED Flashlight
- 4-Led Solar Powered Work Light
- 1-Red Emergency Light
- Emergency Siren
- Telescopic Antenna
- Earphone Jack
- Built In Speaker
- Cell Phone Charging Jack (DC Cord and USB adaptor is included)
- Dimension: 24 2x 118 x 84 mm or 9.5"x 4.6 x 3.3 inches
- Weight 1 pound 3 oz (with out dry cell batteries)
Sponsored by: Alternative News Digest
Sponsor rating: 100/100
Giveaway Status: Winner Selected 11/23/2016
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All Comments (3)
2clever4tehmojo - 11/22/2016 4:42 p.m. (direct link)
I think that is an awesometer