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Eton American Red Cross ARCFR360R Solarlink Self-Powered Digital AM/FM/NOAA Radio with Solar Power, Flashlight and Cell Phone Charger (Red)

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  • AM (520-1710 KHz) & FM (87-108MHz) NOAA weatherband ¿ all 7 channels Built-in 3 white LED light source 1 flashing red LED
  • Can be powered from four different sources: Dynamo/hand crank which charges the Ni-MH battery; From 3 AAA batteries (not included);
  • USB cell phone charger (USB cable not included) 3.5 mm headphone input Dimensions: 6.25x 6.5x 2.75and 158.75 x 165 x 69.85 mm (W x H x D)
  • Accessories: owner's manual, warranty card Specifications subject to change.Weight: 1 lb. and 450 g
  • From the AC via USB adapter (not included); Solar power which charges Ni-MH battery
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Technical Details

Color: Red
  • DC in Jack
  • Alarm Clock

Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 6.2 x 6.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B001QTXKDI
  • Item model number: ARCFR360R
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,664 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 23, 2009

Product Description

Color: Red

Product Description

Self-Powered Digital AM/FM/NOAA Radio with Solar Power, Flashlight, and Cell Phone Charger

From the Manufacturer

American Red Cross SOLARLINK FR360 by Etón – Be Red Cross Ready

Etón Corporation makes some of the most highly regarded emergency radios in the industry. Our radios can operate without batteries. Turn the crank to power them up, or in the case of the Etón SOLARLINK, harness the power of the sun. Listen to AM or FM radio for important updates, use the built-in flashlight to find your way around in the dark, and turn on the emergency siren to help rescuers find you. You can also charge up your cell phone so that you can get in touch with loved ones.






Sleek and portable American Red Cross SOLARLINK FR360

Radios for Everyday Preparedness


The American Red Cross SOLARLINK FR360 by Etón does more than keep you connected. This state-of-the-art self-powered radio represents versatile functionality, skillful construction, impressive design and ultimate preparedness.

The SOLARLINK FR360 can be powered with hand-crank power generator, via the sun’s light through its skillfully constructed solar panel, with a rechargeable Ni-MH battery pack or via AC Adapter – that gives the user four options for powering up this powerful unit! Additional American Red Cross recommended features include AM/FM reception, all seven NOAA weather bands and Alert functionality, built-in flashlight, flashing red LED emergency light, as well as built-in USB cell phone charging capabilities. Luxurious features that distinguish the SOLARLINK FR360 from other emergency radios are a digital tuner, Alarm/Clock functionality and Auxiliary input so that other audio sources can be utilized.

This new spin on an Etón classic incorporates our award winning design and standard feature sets into a sleek easy to use package. It is a multifunctional, portable device ready for any emergency.

No one likes to think about disaster, but being prepared can make chances of surviving one much greater. Included with the purchase of this product is an American Red Cross preparedness guide as well as a donation to the American Red Cross.




Self-powered and multifunctional to give you what you need...
        when you need it.

Features

Solar/Hand Crank
Generate energy to power this sleek unit by simply setting it under the sun or with a few turns of the hand crank. Free yourself and ease your mind with self-powered radio broadcasts anytime anywhere.
Digital AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio
For precise tuning on any band whether it’s AM (520-1710 KHz), FM (87-108 MHz), or NOAA (all 7 channels)
Multiple Outputs - USB phone charger, AUX-IN & Headphone Jack
Charge virtually any phone or small electrical device with this added feature and simultaneously listen to your iPod, mp3 player or favorite station via built in speaker or your headphones (not included).
Flashlight
4 built in LEDs to light your way through the dark.

The technology featured in the SOLARLINK ensures that you will have everything you need in any situation. With its digital tuner, flashlight, siren and cell phone charging capabilities, one could argue it’s not just a radio, but a necessity for any emergency. So don’t be left in the dark. Be prepared with the American Red Cross SOLARLINK by Etón.



Designed with your adventure in mind.

Rugged Design and Reliable Power Sources



The Etón SOLARLINK FR360 is rugged for outdoor use, and is more than ready to go with no plugs or wires needed. Clever case design protects the analog controls from damage, while rubber gaskets and plugs help keep moisture out of the unit.

Having a device that sports multiple modes of communication means nothing if there is no way to power it. Etón has designed the SOLARLINK FR360 with that thought in mind, and it can be powered in several ways. The built-in rechargeable battery pack can be charged from the integrated dynamo hand crank, or from an optional USB adapter. An array of water resistant, shatterproof, high performance glass encapsulated amorphous solar cells can also run the SOLARLINK FR360. They are efficient enough to power the unit under direct sunlight. These multiple power supplies can also be used to recharge cell phones via USB charging cable (not included).




                   

         

Award-Winning Designs

Etón Corporation’s line of independent, self-powered radios have won numerous awards and recognitions. We are committed to progressive product development and stellar design technologies. Some of the awards Etón has been honored with are:




Peace of Mind

No one likes to think about disaster. But planning for one can make it easier for you and your family to get through it all. We have a preparedness guide endorsed by the American Red Cross, which can be downloaded at www.etoncorp.com/American_Red_Cross. As an added bonus, when you buy an American Red Cross by Etón product, a portion of your purchase goes to help rebuild communities that have been hit by natural disasters. Etón emergency communications devices are an important addition to any emergency kit. And, with our donations to help communities where disaster has struck, this is a purchase you can feel good about.


American Red Cross MICROLINK FR160 by Etón
A self-powered AM/FM, NOAA weather radio with flashlight, solar power and cell phone charger
American Red Cross SOLARLINK FR360 Etón
A self-powered digital AM/FM, NOAA weather radio with flashlight, solar power and cell phone charger
American Red Cross SOLARLINK FR600 Etón
A self-powered digital AM/FM/SW, NOAA, S.A.M.E. weather radio with flashlight, solar power and cell phone charger
American Red Cross VOICELINK FR1000 Etón
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Comparison Chart - Etón Family

SOLARLINK
MICROLINK
VOICELINK
CLASSIC
Features
FR600
FR500
FR360
FR160
FR150
FR1000
FR250
FR300
AM
FM
NOAA Weather
S.A.M.E.
Shortwave
GMRS
Digital Tuner
Crank Power
Solar Powered
Cell Phone Charger
LED Flashlight
Flashing Beacon
Emergency Siren
Alarm Clock
USB Compatible




Technical Specifications

  • Dimensions: 7.5 x 2.25 x 8.25 in and 19.0 x 5.7 x 20.9 cm (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 1.69lbs
  • Accessories: owner's manual, warranty card

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    The radio works good and gets great reception.
    Kindle Customer
    Just about any cheap radio on the market will work better and more reliably for emergency use, and cost much, much less.
    R L E
    It doesn't seem to charge through the solar cell.
    J. B. Carter

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    92 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on May 16, 2009
    Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
    The features of this radio made it sound like it would be a good thing to have handy in case of an emergency, particularly the ability to recharge a cell phone from it. But I was very disappointed to learn that this radio was made so poorly, and so many things were wrong with it that I'm having to send it back for a refund. The backlight for the display did not work. The alert button would not operate. I could run it on crank power but the button to switch to battery power would not operate. I could get AM stations only (not even static on FM or shortwave) and it would not stay on a single station for long. The instructions were minimal. The overall design is poor. It's made of cheap plastic and everything feels like it might break if you bumped it. I won't be buying another one of these, that's for sure.
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    32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By B. Bell on July 14, 2010
    Color Name: Red
    EDIT:

    I forgot about this review and this product altogether really. It lasted about a year and then just fell apart. The antenna just up and fell out. I pretty much only used the radio for AM so i hardly ever even pulled the thing out. But one time i took out the radio and the antenna just fell out and i couldn't get back in. That was on top of the fact that the thing just stopped working around the same time. The tiny LCD was the first thing to go, just stopped turning on. Shortly after that the only thing that worked was the flashlight. Thing worked two years at the most not including the flashlight.

    I wouldn't buy this again. There has to be something better. Something that comes with a charger, doesn't have a waste of battery power LCD, and doesn't fall apart like a cheap POS. I really liked it when it worked and i'd consider buying something similar, but this thing was an overall disappointment.

    OLD REVIEW:

    I bought this about 6 months ago and i really like it. Some people apparently expect this radio to work miracles. I mainly bought the radio as something to take with me when i'm fishing. I thought initially some of the knobs seemed sort of cheap, but they get clanked around in my fishing bag and i don't see them breaking. The crank knob seems a little cheap and the rivets on it hurt your fingers after cranking for a while. You get about 15 minutes of decent volumed radio for 1 minute of straight cranking(and you can listen while you crank).

    The battery life isn't super long but we're talking three AAAs here, so you shouldn't really be expecting much.

    A decent sunshine will charge the battery or play the radio at a decent volume. The more sunshine, the more power.
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    20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By solar fan on May 30, 2010
    Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
    I loved it after I had it for 2 days. But the buttons worked weird. Then the solar stopped working. But the hand crank still worked. Now the hand crank doesn't charge it either. Maybe it's a battery issue? But on the whole I'm disappointed. Loved the idea, loved it while it worked. I never did try the cell phone charger, as the instructions said to maintain a steady rate of turning the hand crank or damage to the cell phone could occur. So now it's on its way to the electronic disposal site.
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    44 of 51 people found the following review helpful By J. B. Carter on July 4, 2009
    Color Name: White Verified Purchase
    If you're of my generation you remember the old transistor radios with the antenna you'd have to tweak "just so" to get your station. Well this thing makes that look like rocket science. Even close FM stations fade in and out- more so when you personally move away from the unit making tuning a joke. Plain crummy sound when you do get anything. The rechargeable batteries barely hold a charge for a week when not being used, and I'm fairly sure (although they never said it) that the system only charges a cell phone (one of the big reasons I bought it) when you're turning the crank. It doesn't seem to charge through the solar cell. The tuners are crummy, buttons hard to see and use and it is very easy to deplete the 3-AAA "real" batteries by unknowingly leaving the unit on somehow.... but it's a cute little thing.
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    33 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Jabbo on October 26, 2009
    Color Name: Red Verified Purchase
    I am sorry that I didnt read the reviews before I bought this piece of junk. This thing goes through batteries so fast that I cant keep up with it. I've had better service with a $10 transistor radio. If you like to crank your arm off then buy one. In case of an emergency they'll find your body with your hand wrapped around the crank handle because you probably used up your batteries in about 1 hour.
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    24 of 28 people found the following review helpful By R L E on June 5, 2010
    Color Name: Red
    The only way the solar cell can charge the battery is with the radio outside in sunlight, not on a window sill. But the radio isn't built for leaving it outside in the rain and weather, so the battery won't stay charged. There are no presets for radio stations, and it's tiring to dial manually to get to your favorite station.
    Using the crank to charge the battery sorta works, for a while. After about 60 seconds, your arm gives up. If you do succeed in charging the battery, the radio will eat up whatever charge you have in the rechargable battery (or the 3 AAA drycell batteries) in much less than an hour of use.
    Just about any cheap radio on the market will work better and more reliably for emergency use, and cost much, much less. If nothing else, you can always use your car radio for emergency information.
    I'm surprised the american red cross would put their name on this piece of junk. Having this radio around will give you a false sense of security if you think it'll work when you need it.
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