Etón FR-250 Radio

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Be prepared at home, and on the go with the Etn FRX2. The compact multi-purpose FRX 2 is a solar, DC, or hand turbine powered, AM/FM/NOAA weather radio with a USB smartphone charger. You'll be ready for anything with the FRX 2, and be able to power your phone in any situation. The radio has AM/FM, and all seven NOAA weather band stations. Spin the hand turbine for one minute to get 10-15 minutes of radio and flashlight use or place the FRX 2 in the sun for passive charging.

- CampSaver.com

The compact Eton American Red Cross FRX 2 radio keeps you informed and prepared for emergencies or travel, whether you have a power source or not! Convenient power options include full-time power via hand crank, solar panel and rechargeable NiMH battery pack. Built-in USB cell-phone charger breathes life into most brands of cell phone batteries (USB cord not included). Internal rechargeable NiMH battery pack stores power generated from dynamo hand crank, solar panel or USB port (USB cord not included). Handy flashlight features 3 bright white LEDs for a dependable source of light when the power is out; glow-in-the dark indicator makes it easy to locate the radio in the dark. 3.5mm earphone jack allows easy private listening with headphones (headphones not included). The Eton American Red Cross FRX 2 radio features an FM/AM radio receiver that can also tune in all 7 NOAA weather channels. Telescoping antenna for FM reception; internal ferrite antenna for AM reception. Analog tuning knobs on side offer smooth dialing to zero in on finicky signals; full-range monophonic front speaker serves up clear sound.

- REI

A clever all-in-one design that combines a crank radio, light, and cell phone battery charger.

- National Geographic

Etón FR-250 Radio

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $40.00

The Etón FR-250 Radio is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 30, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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