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Etn FR360R Solarlink Self-Powered Digital AM/FM/NOAA Radio with Solar Power, Flashlight and Cell Phone Charger (Red) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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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
  • Accessories: owner¿s manual, warranty card Specifications subject to change
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Technical Details

Color: Red | Size: Portable
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Product Details

Color: Red | Size: Portable
  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 6.2 x 6.5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001QTXKD8
  • Item model number: FR360R
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #86,188 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2009

Product Description

Color: Red | Size: Portable

Product Description

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

From the Manufacturer

Tune_in: the SOLARLINK FR360 by Etón

For the calm of a sailboat, the curves of a bike trail, the midst of a hurricane, for baseball fans tuning into a game, a bevy of kids camping in the backyard. For everyday adventure, Etón corporation is there to keep you connected, empowered and informed all year round, 365 days a year.





Sleek and portable SOLARLINK FR360 helps you define your adventure

Radios for Everyday Adventure


The Etón SOLARLINK FR360 does more than keep you connected. This new spin on a top selling classic incorporates our award winning design and standard feature sets into a sleek easy to use package. It is a multifunctional, compact companion ready for any adventure.

When emergencies or outdoor adventures take you off the grid, you need a device that can fill multiple needs. The Etón SOLARLINK FR360 is a compact unit that you can easily store in a safety kit or toss in your rucksack and take anywhere. It has a high-quality AM/FM tuner, providing you with news, entertainment and public service announcements. Not only that, but it also integrates a NOAA Weather Band receiver that brings you weather forecasts, alerts and other emergency messages--information vital to backpackers and travelers.

Now with a handy rotating telescopic antenna, the SOLARLINK FR360 also includes a powerful solar panel and digital tuner/display for precise tuning and optimal reception anywhere. If that wasn’t enough, we also added an AUX-in for the pure enjoyment of music from an iPod or mp3. It’s perfect for any room in your house or any outdoor venue.



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 Tuner/Display
for precise tuning on any band weather it’s AM (520-1710 KHz), FM (87-108 MHz) or NOAA weather.
USB phone charger
charge virtually any phone or small electrical device with this added feature.
AUX-IN & Headphone Jack
simply plug any iPod or mp3 player and take your music with you.
Listen to your music without distractions
Flashlight
3 built in LEDs to light your way through the dark.

The technology featured in the SOLARLINK ensures that you will have everything you need whether you are hitting the beach or climbing the highest peaks. With its digital tuner, Alarm/Clock functionality and auxiliary input for use with other audio sources, one could argue it’s not just a radio, but a necessity for anyone looking for adventure.



Designed with your adventure in mind.

Rugged Design and Reliable Redundant Power Sources
The Etón SOLARLINK FR360 is rugged for outdoor use, and is more than ready to go in emergency situations. Clever case design protects the analog controls from damage, while rubber gaskets and plugs help keep moisture out of the unit. The easy-to-read backlit LED screen is recessed to keep it from being damaged. It displays radio and battery status, and also incorporates an alarm clock with snooze and sleep functions.

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 AC 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. Finally, three alkaline batteries can be used for on the go convenience. 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:



Crank Up Your Next Adventure

There are more adventures to be discovered. Let Etón help you guide the way with unique radio innovations to fit your personality. Define your adventure today.


Etón MICROLINK FR160
A self-powered AM/FM, NOAA weather radio with flashlight, solar power and cell phone charger
Etón SOLARLINK FR360
A self-powered digital AM/FM, NOAA weather radio with flashlight, solar power and cell phone charger
Etón SOLARLINK FR600
A self-powered digital AM/FM/SW, NOAA, S.A.M.E. weather radio with flashlight, solar power and cell phone charger
Etón VOICELINK FR1000
A self-powered AM/FM, NOAA weather radio with GMRS walkie-talkie function, flashlight, siren and cell phone charger



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: 6.25" x 6.5" x 1.875" and 15.87 x 16.5 x 4.85 cm (W x H x D)
  • Weight: 1lb. and 450g
  • Accessories: owner's manual, warranty card
  • Customer Reviews

    The tuner is so poor it can't clearly pick up 50K watt stations from 30 miles away.
    PJDJ
    Total waste of money and time so keep looking for a better radio than this one b/c you will be deeply disappointed with this one.
    j osh
    Thank goodness we haven't had a need to use this yet because I honestly have NO IDEA how to make it go.
    Gretchen H.

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    155 of 159 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Fung on June 27, 2009
    Color Name: RedSize Name: Portable Verified Purchase
    Pros: Combination of emergency features, alternate power sources
    Cons: Jack of all trades, master of none

    While the Eton FR360 does many things, I bought this radio for 3 basic functions, all relating to emergency use.

    1. Multiple power sources, notably solar cells and hand crank in addition to dry cells.
    2. Weather radio, AM/FM as a necessary secondary.
    3. Cell phone charger (via USB).

    The ability to power this radio from multiple sources is good in theory but weak in practice. To maintain a battery charge sufficient to run the radio requires several minutes of cranking every 15 minutes. The solar cell's rate of charge cannot keep up with the radio's rate of discharge. This means that the radio will still require occasional cranking even if sitting in full sun. Given the effect that low charge has on radio function (more on this later) it's just easier to keep a set of spare batteries on hand. With the shelf life of modern alkaline batteries this is really the best option. It's not like this unit is ruggedized for go anywhere operation so don't imagine yourself riding out a hurricane in a waterlogged foxhole madly cranking so you can hear the weather report.

    Radio reception is also less than what I expected of a $50 unit. Weather radio is intelligible. I don't expect great performance will make the voice sound any less robotic. I find there are two things that affect the radio performance. Fully extending the short telescopic antenna is a must for FM reception and battery power must be high. Operating from alkaline cells provides okay reception but with no power meter on the rechargeable battery (charged from the solar cells or hand crank) reception deteriorates with the battery charge without any indication.
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    42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Jason Nordby on August 9, 2009
    Color Name: RedSize Name: Portable Verified Purchase
    I bought this radio for motorcycle camping because of its compact size, multiple power sources, and weather radio capability. I've been using it daily now for over a month and am not at all disappointed. Signal reception is somewhat weak on the Eton compared to the radio in my vehicle as distance from the transmitter increases, but this is the only issue I've found in over a month of use and is far from intolerable. As an added surprise/bonus, the Eton has a scan function built into the tuner. The manual tuning knob is quite slow at tuning up and down the scale, but the "MIN/DOWN" and "HR/UP" buttons digitally scan up and down the scale quickly. This is a feature that I don't remember seeing in the product descriptions. As far as durability goes, my daughter knocked our radio off of our kitchen table and it bounced off of our hardwood floor. This happened the very next day after I received the Eton. I was certain there would be damage of some sort, but I looked closely at the exterior and could not detect where the impact had occurred on the case. I shook the unit and could not hear anything rattling inside. Finally, I checked all functions and found nothing wrong. This little radio is durable, but I asked my daughter not to perform any more destructing testing. Lastly, the radio does not ship with its own a/c adapter. This struck me as a little questionable, given the price of the unit. But I looked at all of the a/c adapters I already own and found that my Remington trimmer adapter was perfect (3.6 VDC, 100 mA output) for a full charge of the nimh battery pack in lieu of waiting for the sun to top it off. If you've been considering purchasing this radio, I readily recommend it. Keep in mind that the reception issue has a great deal to do with your location.
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    25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By R. Hawkins on August 23, 2009
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: Portable
    Overall, it's not a bad radio for the money, however, the reciever is not very sensitive. I believe the main reason for this is the short antenna. It loses signal easily if it can get a decent signal at all. I have to carry a wire to clip on to this very inadequate antenna in order to get reliable reception. If you live in the city, I doubt you will have any trouble but if your going camping you will have trouble.
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    30 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Tarunc VINE VOICE on October 24, 2009
    Color Name: RedSize Name: Portable Verified Purchase
    We live in Central New Jersey and as of late we have been having a lot of power problems, generally weather related. I wanted to get something that would allow us a flash light, radio, and cell phone charger. I saw this product come up on Gold Box and figured what the heck...it seems to do what I need and I can hand crank it to power up/charge my devices...plus get some light and listen to the radio/weather reports.

    I can now say it failed at every level....

    The radio reception was USELESS unless we took it outside and touched the antenna to a back yard aluminum umbrella.

    The hand crank charging for the cell phones made my cell phone even weaker then it was when I started...it felt as though the cranking was draining the battery.

    The only good thing was the little LED flash light.....

    That's it... I really wanted to like this but I am disappointed.
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    19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By PJDJ on November 13, 2009
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: Portable Verified Purchase
    Do not buy this if you want a radio. The tuner is so poor it can't clearly pick up 50K watt stations from 30 miles away. I exchanged the first unit since I thought the tuner was defective. Its replacement arrived today and it's just as bad. The smaller Etons, with analog tuner, work much better. The flashlight function does work well, but I can get self-powered LED flashight at the dollar store.
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