Midland E+Ready Compact Emergency Crank Radio w/ AM/FM Weather Alert

SKU: MLRER210
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Midland E+Ready Compact Emergency Crank Radio w/ AM/FM Weather Alert Info & Specs

This compact emergency weather alert crank radio is perfect for both emergency preparedness and everyday use for overlanders, off-roaders, or anyone else who wants to stay prepared while outdoors.. Easily stowed anywhere, the ER210 is a convenient companion in any preparedness kit or gear bag; AM/FM radio along with NOAA weather alert channels will keep you connected no matter where you are, while crank operation ensures that it can be used in almost any emergency situation.

Features
  • Multiple Sustainable Power Sources – Solar, hand crank, rechargeable battery
  • Extremely Bright Flashlight Uses Cree®* LEDs – 1400 Lux
  • SOS Flashlight Beacon – Activates Morse code for emergency assistance
  • Long Battery Life – 2000 mAh rechargeable Li-Ion battery gives up to 25 hours of normal use
  • Smartphone/Tablet Charger – Charge your devices through USB connection
  • NOAA Weather Radio with Alert – Weather alerts sound when issued on local channel
  • Low/High Flashlight Brightness Settings – Lets you adjust to conserve battery life
  • Ideal for Emergency Preparedness, Camping, Beach, Park, and Everyday Use
  • Digital AM/FM and Weather Band Radio

What’s Included
  • ER210 Radio with Rechargeable Battery
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
  • Owner's Manual

Dimensions:
  • 2.28in (D) x 4.88in (H) x 7.09in (W)
  • Weight - 0.93lbs

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