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Midland ER102 Emergency Radio with NOAA Weather

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  • Emergency radio with all 10 NOAA weather channels and an alert override function
  • Features AM/FM radio reception, a clock with an alarm function, and a 3-LED flashlight
  • Rechargeable battery can be powered by dynamo hand crank, or included AC power adapter
  • Constructed to be water resistant, and backed by a manufacturer's 1-year warranty
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Midland
  • Model: ER102
  • Power Source Type: Battery
  • Item Height: 6 inches
  • Item Length: 3 inches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 8 x 6 inches ; 1.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000P0M99U
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: ER102
  • Batteries 3 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (221 customer reviews)
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  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

Product Description

MIDLAND ER102 7-CHANNEL EMERGENCY CRANK RADIO WITH AM/FM/WEATHER ALERT (BLACK & WHITE)
7 WEATHER CHANNELS; WEATHER ALERT; AM/FM RADIO; DYNAMO CRANK TO RECHARGE RADIO DURING POWER OUTAGE; FREEZE ALERT; ALERT OVERRIDE SWITCHES RADIO TO THE ALERT BROADCAST IF RECEIVED WHILE LISTENING TO AM/FM RADIO;

From the Manufacturer

Midland's ER102 emergency crank radio has a dynamo power crank to recharge its batteries without access to electricity. Because it is constructed to be water resistant, it can be used in almost any environment. This radio runs on a Midland rechargeable NiMH battery pack and offers three possible power sources including the Dynamo Crank, AC Adapter, or 3 AAA batteries. The ER102 can also recharge devices that use a USB port such as a cell phone. This radio comes in a stylish black and silver color scheme, and is backed by a manufacturer's one-year warranty.

ER102 side
ER102 front
ER102 back
NOAA logo

This Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio is perfect for severe weather survival and is ideal for hiking or camping enthusiasts because of its ability to function in almost any emergency situation.

Key Features

Dynamo Crank- Allows you to recharge the radio during a power outage or anytime away from a power source.

Backlit LCD- Allows for easy nighttime viewing.

AM/FM Radio- Allows you to listen to news bulletin updates during an emergency.

Clock With Alarm- 12-Hour clock display with alarm and snooze.

NOAA All-Hazards Alert Weather Radio- Notification of severe weather information 24/7.

Alert Override- Automatically switches for emergency weather alerts while listening to the radio.

Visual Alert- Flashlight and LCD flashes during alerts for the hearing impaired.

Freeze Alert- Alerts you when the temperature has dropped below freezing point.

Flashlight- Offers light during a power outage situation.

3 Types of Power- Dynamo Crank, AC Adapter, or 3 AAA alkaline batteries (not included).

Water Resistant- Protects the radio from light water exposure.

Cell Phone Charger- Allows you to connect electronic devices such as cell phones and charge with USB adapter.

What's in the Box

Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio, AC Adapter, Owner’s Manual


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Good reception and sound quality.
Amazon Customer
Midland customer service is as crappy as the radio so warranty is meaningless.
S. Fuchs
The weather reception is as loud and clear as the come.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

414 of 421 people found the following review helpful By Freddie on May 26, 2008
I hope I can give you some useful information about this radio and give you new ideas on simplifying your emergency items. I have been reviewing emergency radios for too many days, I think for most of us we want something portable for emergency AM or FM weather information and NOAA information and alerts during a loss of power that might last for a few hours or several days, I'm not looking for equipment to survive without power for months in the wilderness, just keep in touch and out of the dark during the emergency. I was considering the Eton RH500 (cool factor) but after reading about all the Eton radio models, I could not help but notice one serious concern with all of them, most reviewers said the Eton radio reception was not very good indoors... which is where I'm going to be during bad weather; an emergency radio without excellent radio reception has little value in my opinion. I opted for the Midland ER102 and I am very pleased. I like having the Dynamo feature, but I do not put a lot of value in it as my thinking is that all the emergency products I purchase must use AA batteries; they have a shelf life for 6+ years and they are cheap... aprox. $10 for 24 name brand batteries at W. Mart... The idea; one battery that fits everything! As for this radio; I live outside of the city and the AM and FM reception inside my house is excellent even without extending the antenna it picks up well, I can pick up 3 NOAA weather channels, two of them loud and clear, and one NOAA channel loud and clear without extending the antenna. Some reviewers complain about sensitive tuning; as for the tuning... the tuner is an analog (not digital) tuner with a digital display and it scrolls very smoothly (all the emergency radios that I have found use analog tuners.Read more ›
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100 of 101 people found the following review helpful By Juan C. Lopez on January 11, 2009
I have done a good bit of searching before getting this emergency radio. There are many choices out there for this type of radio. After reading many reveiws I picked the Midland 102. "Features" prevailed over weight. I will also be using this radio for backpacking/camping trips. The reception is great. Even indoors with the antena down it gets great reception. It's not the smallest radio. It is small enough to fit in my backpacks upper cover pocket. The LCD display is great. Along with the other many features it has. Tells Temp, alarm clock, weather alarm that can be set to silent flash warning. Light is small but ideal for searhing for something in a pinch. Three differnt ways too power the radio is great. I tested the lentgh of life with power on board before having to use the crank. It was atleast two days of near constant use. Or close to eight to ten hours. After cranking for three minutes. The radio played for close to an hour. The sound quality was exceptional for the speakers size. When holding the unit in your hands it won't feel like a cheesey piece of plastic. So far I am quiet pleased with the Midland 102. The only reason for four star rating is I can not attest to it's durabillity since I have only had the radio just over a week. If you get this unit you will have made a decent educated purchase, that was worth the effort in finding an emergency radio for your family. Hope my reveiw helps you out.
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108 of 111 people found the following review helpful By Ricardo on December 17, 2007
Excellent AM/FM and NOAA weather radio reception. Decent sound for a small unit. Easy to use.

Some of the items in the Technical Details section on Amazon are incorrect:

1. There are only 7 NOAA weather channels.
2. The cable for the cell phone charger is not USB, it is a 3.5mm 2-pole connector with standard in-line plug adaptors for some cell phones.

The manual states that to charge the internal battery pack from the AC line or hand crank the "Power Selector" has to be in the "AC/DYNAMO ON". You need to either turn the volume all the way down or put the "Alert Type Selector" in "Alert" in the WX mode. The power has to be in the "OFF" position to charge a cell phone from the AC adaptor or hand crank.

The LCD display "Backlight" switch is in a funky place on top under the carrying strap so you tend to turn it on inadvertently. It shuts off after 3-4 seconds.
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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By B. Miller on January 30, 2010
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I have a cabin in the mountains and don't have TV or Internet access. I was up there not too long ago and found about about a snow storm just a few hours before it hit. I happened to be driving and heard the emergency broadcast system alert go off in my car radio. That's when I thought it would be a good idea to have a weather alert radio in the cabin.

I went with this one because I liked the multiple power source options: battery, charged up from the plug, and the crank. I also liked that you can use it to listen to a regular AM or FM station and it will switch over to weather should an alert become active. It can also be off and in a stand-by mode but will activate if there is severe weather.

I recently went to my cabin and had this radio up there for the first time. I was able to find a clear weather channel (several, actually)as well as a favorite FM station even though the cabin is a bit isolated - I barely get a cell phone signal.

That evening I was listening to the FM radio when it went into alert mode and started providing weather information. It had been raining and apparently there were now some flash flood warnings, watches, etc. as well as high wind issues in the area. It worked just great.

I didn't bring the charging plug and had not got any batteries for it yet, so I was using it just off the charged up internal battery. I estimate, on the conservative side, that I got about 10 hours of listening time before the battery ran down. I thought that was pretty good.

I also did some work in the crawl space of my cabin while I was up there. Again I was able to bring this radio with me to listed to FM. By the time I had emerged from my work, it had gotten dark. Used the flashlight to get back up into the cabin. Handy.
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