Solar Flashlight & AM/FM/Weather Radio w/ Hand Crank

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Good Information Is Worth Its Weight in Gold

This Solar Flashlight & AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio w/ Hand Crank is loaded with the important functions you need during an emergency situation.

Lightweight and portable, this rugged unit features an AM/FM/weather radio, LED flashlight, 4 LED room light and a cell phone/USB device charger. Best of all, it requires no batteries and can be powered by hand crank, solar panel, batteries, or through USB port.

This unit is a must-have for hiking, camping, your bug-out bag, or your family's emergency kit.

You Need More Than Food and Water

It is often underestimated how essential it is to have access to information once an emergency strikes. If the grid goes down or your devices end up dead, how will you stay in the know?

Food and water are crucial to survival, yes. But more lives have been saved with reliable information. This emergency radio affords you that lifeline.


Solar Flashlight Radio in use



  • AM / FM / NOAA weather radio
  • LED flashlight with focus ring for narrow or wide beam
  • Reading lamp and room light pop-up with 4 LED lights
  • Alert mode with siren and red alert light
  • 4-way power: hand crank, solar panel, batteries, or USB port
  • USB charger for smaller electronics including cell phones, tablets, GPS, and more
  • Carabiner and strap included
  • Water-resistant rubberized housing and rugged construction
  • Portable and easy to use: perfect for hiking, camping, or your emergency kit

A Little Goes a Long Way

Turning the hand crank for as little as one minute delivers 20 minutes of light and 10-15 minutes of radio connection. Need more than that? Just keep cranking.

With this emergency radio, you can save your strength. To get it going with the hand crank, rotate the lever slowly and gently. It may be made for roughin’ it, but don’t be too rough on it—easy does it.

The Critical Tool Your Supply Is Missing

Disasters call for foolproof devices, and this one meets the mark. Charge it up with the included solar panel, through USB connection, with batteries, or manually using the hand crack.

Not only can you charge it in a variety of ways, but you can use it to charge and power smaller electronics. It’s the best of both worlds! Plug in your smartphone, tablet, portable lanterns, rechargeable flashlights, and more.

If you had to choose only a handful of things to pack in your bug-out bag, don’t cut this emergency radio from your list. It requires minimal space, but possesses immeasurable value.

Suggested Uses:

  • Keep one in your bug-out bag for emergency situations
  • Bring it on hiking and camping trips
  • Keep one at home for use during an emergency
  • Keep one in your vehicle, camper, or RV for emergencies that require evacuation


  • Dimensions: 5" x 2 1/3" x 1 3/4"
  • Weight: approximately 10.58 oz
  • Max power consumption: 2.5W
  • Frequency range: FM 87 ~ 108 MHz
  • Working voltage: 2.7V ~ 4.2V
  • Rechargeable battery: Model 18650 / 3.7V / 2000mAh / 7.4Wh Li-ion
  • Can take three AAA batteries (not included)

What's in the Box:

  • (1) 4-in-1 Emergency Radio
  • (1) USB cable
  • (1) owner's manual

Proper Use and Care:

During the unit's first use—or if it has not been used for 60 days—it will be necessary to either hand crank or use the solar panel for approximately three to five minutes in order to activate the internal battery.

Do not look directly in the LED flashlight or room light as it may cause eye damage. Keep the unit away from corrosive liquids and chemicals.

Battery Care:

As with all battery-run devices and emergency electronics, proper upkeep is critical for the prolonged function of this unit. If it is left to sit for long periods of time, the battery can drain and potentially become inoperable. Be sure to charge the battery every few months to extend its life, performance, and readiness when you need it most.


California Prop 65 Warning WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP), which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

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