Etón Solarlink FR600 Radio

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The hand- and solar-powered Eton Solarlink FR600 multipurpose radio is perfect for hearing emergency broadcasts during a crisis. It also charges your cell phone or MP3 player and lights your path. Offers full-time power via built-in solar panel on top or hand crank on face; can even be used without batteries on hand-crank power alone. Charger breathes life into most brands of cell phone batteries and MP3 players with USB adapter (not included). Internal rechargeable NiMH battery pack stores power generated from solar panel, hand crank or AC adapter, sold separately. In addition to solar power, hand-crank power, rechargeable battery power and optional AC power, unit can also be powered from 3 AA batteries, sold separately. Tunes in all 7 NOAA weather radio channels and features an ''Alert'' function to keep you abreast of significant weather changes. S.A.M.E. technology offers location-specific weather alerts. Also picks up AM, FM and shortwave radio signals (5,800 - 12,200 KHz). Telescoping antenna picks up FM, NOAA and shortwave reception; internal antenna receives AM reception. Tuning knob and digital display offer smooth dialing to zero in on finicky signals; full range monophonic front speaker delivers clear sound reproduction. 5 LED lights (4 white, 1 red) on side provide emergency lighting and feature a flash mode for use as an emergency beacon. Emergency siren provides audible distress call. 12-hr. digital clock has alarm, snooze and sleep timer. Jacks for 3.5mm headphone input, cell phone/MP3 charger, auxilary-in and DC-in have rubber gaskets to help seal out moisture. Comes with owner's manual.


Etón Solarlink FR600 Radio

previously retailed for:
$44.93 - $80.00

The Etón Solarlink FR600 Radio is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 7, 2012 at REI.

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