Eton FRX1 Hand Turbine AM/FM/NOAAWeather Radio with LED Flashlight - with Weather Disaster - AM, FM

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Great little hand held emergency radio

on 10/8/2012

This product allows you to hand-crank or charge the battery by USB, a great little weather radio for the money. Read More

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Product Overview

Hand turbine AM/FM/NOAA weather radio with LED flashlight
For portable preparedness, take along the compact FRX1, a hand turbine rechargeable AM/FM/NOAA weather band radio. Crank the hand turbine for 60 seconds and get 15-20 minutes of music, news, and 24/7 weather updates and you can plug in headphones for individual listening. The bright LED flashlight is handy to have camping or for everyday use in the house or car.. You can use the mini USB cord to charge he FRX1. The FRX1 is easy to find thanks to the glow-in-the-dark locator around the rim of the flashlight, so you're ready for anything.

Specifications

Manufacturer Eton Corp.
Mfg Part# NFRX1WXYL
SKU 229677756
UPC 750254806087
UPC 14 00750254806087
Physical
Weight 0.8
Features
Product Type Weather & Alert Radio
Batteries Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Frequency Band AM / FM
Alert Type Weather Disaster
Height 6"
Width 4.5"
Depth 3"
Brand Name Eton
Features Hand Crank Charging / Flashlight
Manufacturer Eton Corporation
Product Model FRX1
Product Name FRX1 Hand Turbine AM/FM/NOAAWeather Radio with LED Flashlight
Manufacturer Part Number NFRX1WXYL
Limited Warranty 1 Year
Additional Information Headphone outputDC input (mini USB)Glow in the dark locator
Weight (Approximate) 8 oz
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