Eton American Red Cross, Multi-Powered, Smartphone Charger, Weather Alert Radio and Flashlight in One, FR1
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- Receives AM/FM/NOAA Weather band to keep you informed and entertained
- NOAA Weather Alerts so you know what's coming your way
- Digital tuner and display for precise tuning and reception
- Super bright long lasting LED flashlight
- Super-fast 5V/2A USB output charges smartphones
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- Brand Name: Eton
- Model Number: ARCFR1WXR
- Item Height: 6.1 inches
- Item Length: 4.7 inches
- Item Weight: 0.75 pounds
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From the Manufacturer
Be Red Cross Ready
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.
Fully charge most smartphones or small USB devices with the convenient integrated super-fast 5V/2A USB connector.
The 2000 mAh rechargeable lithium battery can easily be charged via included USB cable. The FR1 also has back-up crank charging in cases of emergency when you are without power.
The American Red Cross FR1 is an essential part of your emergency kit.
The digital tuner with bright backlit display enables precise tuning and optimal reception everywhere you go.
Small Yet Mighty
Small enough to store in an emergency kit, backpack or glovebox, the FR1 packs a ton of features into a super compact size. The American Red Cross FR1 is the perfect emergency radio to keep with you all the time.
- Height: 5.4" (13.7 cm)
- Width: 2.6" (6.6 cm)
- Depth: 2.4" (6.2 cm)
- Weight: 9oz (255g)
Light It Up
Super bright, long lasting 3-LED flashlight to light your way.
- AM/FM/NOAA weatherband radio
- NOAA weather alerts
- Bright, backlit digital display
- 2000mAh rechargeable lithium battery
- 5V/2A USB output
- Hand crank power
- Bright, long-lasting 3-LED flashlight
- Rechargeable via DC power input using included micro-USB cable
- Glow-in-the-dark locator
- Headphone jack
Top Customer Reviews
The main feature that clinched it for me wasn't really even advertised. I compared this to the eton FR600 and the Axis. The FRX3 does state in the manual that it dump-charges like the Axis (and it DOES), but it's not really advertised anywhere else. The styling looks a little nicer too than the AXIS. But the FRX3 supports solar charging, and the Axis does NOT. They're both the same price, but an extra power source is a definite plus, especially if it's "free". You CAN tune the FRX3 with the knob, or the up and down buttons, a nice feature I stumbled upon. It also supports 24 hour time, but it's not in the manual. Just press SET for the hour, again for the minutes, and again for the 12/24 hour. The unit charges through a window even on a slightly over cast day, so I can leave it in the window and not worry about the battery going dead from non-use, or having to keep it plugged in.Read more ›
* Does EVERYTHING is says it does, some things REALLY well
* AM, FM, and Weather Radio features are nice multiple options
* 3 x LED flashlight is power stingy, useful bright
* Handy footprint
* Sturdy feeling and solid crank
* Esthetically pleasing
* Lots of different powering options
* Comes with mini-USB to USB cord for running power from a laptop
* No gauge to indicate power level remaining or if fully charged
* Does not come with external power supply (not meant to be day-to-day radio)
* Not waterproof (not advertised as waterproof)
* Documentation could be clearer (it is "adequate")
Having the right cables and USB adapters are relevant to charging this device, and using it to charge a cell phone. I suggest (and have done this myself) keeping your cables wrapped up and attached with a "twistie" to the lanyard that comes with the radio. That way when you pop this in your emergency kit these will be attached to the device for use. Put these all in a heavy-duty ziploc baggy and, throw in with your emergency kit at home, on your boat, in your car, or with your camping gear, and you're good to go.
SUMMARY: All features worked well and as advertised. For details, feel free to read below.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased as a Christmas gift for the husband. He had been eyeing this for a while and I finally thought it was time to buy it. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by LtAt
The functions of the radio are cool but the speaker is so bad that you don't want to turn it up. If you turn it up it sound terrible.Published 1 day ago by TJ
I live in San Francisco and this bad boy went right into my earthquake kit.Published 2 days ago by William O'Neill
Sucks don't waste your money. My husband is in the military and wanted something solar that would recharge his phone out in the field and this thing wouldn't recharge it even a... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Mary Botts
Even switched to the "dynamo" option, it drained my batteries in about a week. It also drained the internal battery. Really poor design. It needs an off switch. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Bill Napier