Kaito KA500 Voyager Solar Radio With Hand Crank & USB Ports
The best emergency radio in 2019 must receive a multitude of signals and have plenty of varying power source options. The Kaito Ka500 Voyager Solar Radio does just that.
The units extensive coverage includes AM/FM, 2-band shortwave, and 7 NOAA weather channels, and 24/7 real time weather forecasts with PEAS (Public Emergency Alert System). The Kaito Ka500 Voyager Solar Radio allows for 6 power options:
- Hand cranking generator
- Solar panel
- 3 AA batteries
- 5V USB input
- 5V AC/DC battery input.
- Built-in NiMH battery is replaceable and rechargeable.
Charging goes both ways. You can charge the portable emergency radio with any mobile or computer device and the emergency dynamo radio has a DC 5V USB output port for charging mobile devices. The output charges devices such as smart phones, GPS units, MP3 players, digital cameras.
This awesome hand crank radio with pop up solar panel also provides a 5-LED reading lamp, LED flashlight and a red LED S.O.S. beacon light. The outer shell is tough and made of strong premium impact-resistant and water-resistant ABS material. It is able to withstand the toughest use and outdoor recreational activities
This is a great option for a traditional gift with unique options. Campers, hikers, and survivalists will love the Kaito KA500 Voyager Solar Radio. It also make great use for those who plan to use it indoors or on the porch.
Here is what one of over 1900 promising reviews had to say:
"I bought this item just over a year and a half ago, and it's served my needs very well. Frequent camping trips, occasional blackouts and the possibility of it being the only means of receiving important information in an emergency situation, this radio has proven time and again that it's the right choice for what I want it for.
I've taken this sucker camping 12 times and never been disappointed. I left my car phone charger home by accident twice and the KA500's dynamo charged it (motorola razor) with ten minutes of cranking. I've dropped it, kicked it, even left it out in the camper in sub-zero temperatures for a week and it still works like new..." - Patrick Carey
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