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The Eton American Red Cross Clipray Flashlight and cell phone charger will see you through any extreme weather that comes your way, and keeps you prepared every day. This ultralight, compact and powerful light clips easily to your pack, shirt or jacket. It includes a USB port and hand crank to restore power to charge your cell phone and communicate with the outside world when you need it the most. Add to your emergency kit or backpack.Weight: 4.9 oz..
The American Red Cross encourages everyone to be prepared for emergencies and disasters. Since these events can strike suddenly, individuals and families can make a difference by gathering important emergency supplies, making a plan and being informed.
Being Red Cross Ready is to join the ranks of the millions of people who are preparing themselves today to face and overcome tomorrow’s emergencies. Simple preparedness actions can equip people with the necessities that can make all the difference should an emergency occur.
Use the built-in carabiner to clip on to your belt or backpack for convenient hands free use.
The American Red Cross logo is a registered trademark owned by the American National Red Cross. Official Licensed Product of the American Red Cross.
Does not charge iphone. Another reviewer suggested turning the crank in opposite directions. That didn't work for me. Nothing did. Read morePublished 7 days ago by onlinepersona
With all the latest "California is sinking" news, I thought it might be a good idea to have this thing to charge my cell and use as a light for an SOS. Read morePublished 9 days ago by R. Barber
Having the same issue as some other reviewers for iPhone (I have a 6) charging. It does appear to be charging when cranking so it could work for a quick phone call in an emergency... Read morePublished 10 days ago by vlr928
I like Eton products...they have been very reliable. I recently had to endure a few nights of no power due to storms and would usually run down tablet batteries or even the phone. Read morePublished 12 days ago by W. Price
I works and sits in my emergency bag now lets hope I don't need to use it.Published 15 days ago by Brandon