All in One Outdoor Emergency

(10 customer reviews)


Emergency Solar Hand Crank Portable Radio, NOAA Weather Radio for Household and Outdoor Emergency with AM/FM, LED Flashlight, Reading Lamp, 2000mAh Power Bank USB Charger and SOS Alarm: Home Audio & Theater



Product Description
solar crank radio

emergency radioEnhance your Emergency Preparedness with FosPower’s Solar Crank Emergency Weather Radio
The weather radio provides you with tools to use in emergency and non-emergency environments. The radio comes integrated with a 1W LED flashlight with zoom, an SOS alarm, 2000mAh power bank, 2 LED lights, radio broadcasts access, and 3 power options to provide emergency power.

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Integrated Power Bank Keeps Your Devices Powered in an Emergency
A 2000mAh power bank provides enough emergency power to any mobile device in emergency situations. Works with most USB powered devices.
Package Includes
1x Solar Emergency Weather Radio
1x Carabiner
1x User Manual
3 Power Sources
The solar crank emergency radio’s AAA batteries, a solar panel, and a crank lever provide full battery power. The solar panel and crank are regenerative, ensuring you have power whenever you need it.
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2 LED Lights Sources
FosPower’s emergency weather radio provides you with 2 light sources: a 4 LED reading light and a 1W LED flashlight capable of lighting any emergency situation.
Frequency Range: AM:520-1710KHz, FM:87-108MHz, WB:162.400-162.550MHz
Dimensions: 6.2×2.9×2.1 inches (157x74x53mm)
Weight: 10.9oz (310g)
Power Consumption: 2W (MAX)
Working Voltage: 2.7-4.2V
Power Source: 2000mAh / 3.7V Li-ion
Waterproof Level: IPX-3
LED Flashlight: 1W / 20LM
Batteries: AAA 1.5V LR03 (Not Included)
Manufacturer Part Number: FOSPWB-2376
Emergency Radio Access
FosPower’s emergency radio will give you dependable access to emergency NOAA weather broadcasts. The AM/FM function provides full access to all AM or FM radio broadcasts.

POWER BANK 2000 mAh 4000 mAh 4000 mAh 2000 mAH
SOS SIREN ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
LIGHT SOURCES LED Flashlight and Reading Lamp LED Flashlight LED Flashlight and Reading Lamp LED Flashlight
RADIO BROADCAST ACCESS NOAA, AM/FM stations NOAA, AM/FM stations NOAA, AM/FM stations NOAA, AM/FM stations
HAND CRANK ✓ ✓ ✓ ✓
BATTERY BACK UP x3 AAA Batteries (Not Included) x3 AAA Batteries (Not Included) None x3 AAA Batteries (Not Included)
CONTROL PANEL Tuner Dial Digital LCD Screen Tuner Dial Digital LCD Screen

Reviews (10)

10 reviews for All in One Outdoor Emergency

  1. Amazon Customer

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     I just got this item and had not seen one before, but was able to just crank it by hand a few times, turn it on, and was listening to a very detailed weather report within about a minute of opening the box. Very cool little device. I live on an island in hurricane territory and this is forecast to be a heavy hurricane year. I feel much better knowing I have a way non-battery:electrical-outlet-dependent way to access emergency information should I lose internet and cellular data access.


    You get what you pay for when it comes to quality. But it’s great value when it comes to options and features. Lots going on with this item. Ability to use batteries was the deciding factor. Great overall. Got it for emergencies.

  3. Tyler

    This little thing is pretty good, especially if your working on a small budget bug out bag. This radio can take 3 AAA batteries, and it has a lithium ion battery that can be crank charged, or solar charged. This radio also features two lights, one of which is pretty bright, however the other one is decent. The radio itself is pretty good for $20 it can even connect to local weather broadcasts and AM or FM radio like usual. Overall for twenty bucks this little thing offers a lot and can even charge usb devices. I feel this would be great for either a bug out bag, or even hiking and camping, because it also features an SOS mode so if you get separated from a group you can emit a loud siren and flashing red light.

  4. Anne

    I never write reviews but I was so impressed with this radio that I had to. The exterior is covered with plastic that is durable and tough. The lanyard to clip it on is a nice touch. Once the batteries were charged, the radio ran about 50 hours before the batteries needed to be recharged – left it on and let it run until they died. Solar panel worked very well. Same with the hand crank. Only thing that wasn’t up to par with every other feature was the phone charger. It works, but it drained the battery immediately. However, I didn’t buy this for the charger, and the one on our last weather radio was the same. I am very pleased with this product and no regrets about buying.

  5. O. Fisher

    For it’s size, about the size of your hand, it has one of the larger USB battery backups (2000mAh) available.Solar panel has a charging light, so you can position it for best charge.Crank handle is not fragile, so unlikely to break in use.Good radio reception.Siren, and red light – not all weather radios have that.This radio is marketed by more than one seller, in various colors, so you may get different offer prices.

  6. Hippie Chef

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     Very easy to use, multiple ways of charging, durable (I’m pretty clumsy) take it with on road and camping trips as it does have the Weather station, has both FM and AM station, two different lights, sos “siren” that’s pretty loud.

  7. Karen Teague

    I originally bought this product to simply store in case of an emergency/power outage. Then we realized it was GREAT to use while out on a “no access to an electrical wall outlet” day (setting upvolunteering for civic events, hiking trails, weddings/receptions)–pretty much anywhere that either an outlet is not present or it’s unacceptable/bad taste to plug into one while at an event. The fact that it’s solar and hand crank chargable ironically makes is even more convenient than my regular external phone charger, as I not only have to remember to fully charge it (takes time too if forget), but it will deplete within a few hours of use. No, this bad-boy, I can simply set in the sun to charge back up–or turn a bored kid loose on the hand crank. Winner! The two light sources are excellent when I’m out as well (as compared to my straight external phone charger), as they keep me from having to run down my cell phone battery as we need light to finish putting away outdoor items at an event. I have been so pleased with this unit, that I have bought 5 more (2 for adult-children’s homes/family, 1 for uncle in wildfire zone prone to electrical shut downs, and 2 for homeless gals so they don’t have to scratch to find a place open/willing to allow them to charge). Superb!

  8. davids

    When Hurricane Florence came into SE North Carolina we lost all power and for a couple days couldn’t even fire up the generators. During that period that little hand cranked radio was our lifeline to NOAA weather, local radio reports, keeping our phones charged in hopes of returning cell service and light during the scary screaming winds at night. I must have turned that crank a million times, but it never failed us, and when it was all over it went right into the emergency supplies to be ready for the next one.

  9. L. Slimp

    Some folks commented too small. My intent was for an emergency kit so I didn’t want something huge. This is just right. The sound of the radio is fine. And I get thdzweather station for this area and several major AM and FM stations. The solar light is bright and so isxthe “torch” flashlight. I’ve tested everything off the LI-ION battery. Haven’t put the triple As in yet. Haven’t tried charging my phone on it yet either.

  10. Michael

    Actually really like it. I take it to the pool and the beach decent radio. Convenient and small fits easy in a back pack. Many uses from emergency situations to a plain radi9 that can charge your phone. I would recommend it especially if you are prone to losing power, camping, fishing, etc… easy to use and well worth the $29.

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