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Midland HH54VP2 Portable Emergency Weather Radio with SAME (Black)

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With rechargeable battery pack
  • SAME Technology to receive alerts/warnings for designated area
  • Weather Scan to find the strongest NOAA broadcast
  • Home/Travel mode
  • 3 alert options: Tone, Voice, and Visual
  • Stores up to 9 County Codes
  • Handheld weather-alert radio with S.A.M.E. digital technology gives you NOAA weather information anytime/anywhere
  • Home/Travel weather modes
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WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Technical Details

Edition: With rechargeable battery pack
  • Brand Name: Midland
  • Model: HH54VP2
  • Power Source Type: Battery
  • Item Height: 8 inches
  • Item Length: 6.5 inches
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Product Details

Edition: With rechargeable battery pack
  • Product Dimensions: 6.5 x 2 x 8 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003FGWF04
  • Item model number: HH54VP2
  • Batteries 1 Nonstandard Battery batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (203 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,286 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 10, 2010

Product Description

Edition: With rechargeable battery pack

From the Manufacturer

HH54VP2
HH54VP2

A popular option for those who are constantly on-the-go, the HH54VP lets you select your weather channel at home and scan channels, locking onto the first strong weather channel signal, while traveling. This unique feature keeps you informed no matter where your day takes you.

In addition to all hazards, the HH54VP also has S.A.M.E Technology (Specific Area Message Encoding). This gives you the option to receive alerts targeted only for the geographical area you live in. The HH54VP is Public Alert Certified--meaning it has been tested and approved to meet the Consumer Electronics Association standards of reliability and quality as a product carrying public safety warnings.

The Midland HH54VP Portable Emergency Weather Alert Radio is one of the fastest, most reliable means of receiving information on life-threatening weather such as tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, and ice storms, as well as civil emergencies like Amber alerts, hazardous explosions, fires and chemical spills. This information is broadcast by the National Weather Service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so you can always stay informed.

What's in the Box

Midland HH54VP2 Portable All Hazards Weather Alert Radio, belt clip, rechargable battery pack, drop-in charger, ac adapter, owner's manual.

Key Features

  • NOAA Weather Information Anytime, Anywhere: Get local weather information direct from the National Weather Service or Environment Canada
  • S.A.M.E Digital Technology: Allows you to receive alerts/warnings for your area
  • Home/Travel Weather Modes:Home mode – Weather channel selection is made by menu. Travel mode – The unit scans and locks on the local weather channel
  • Weather Alert: Tone, voice, or display (flash backlight) alerts with LED
  • Weather Scan: Allows you to scan and lock on the first strong weather channel signal
  • Over 60 Emergency Alerts
  • Stores Up to 9 County Codes
  • Alarm Clock with Snooze
  • Tri-Color LED: 3 types of alerts (warning, watch, and advisory)
  • Large Backlit LCD Display
  • Safety Made Simple: This product is recommended by the Department of Homeland Security for Emergency Preparedness
Public Alert

Product Description

The Midland HH54VP2 Portable Emergency Weather Alert radio includes a belt clip, rechargeable battery pack, and a drop-in charger with AC adapter. With S.A.M.E. technology up to 9 counties may be designated to receive alerts/warnings. A great convenience feature especially when you are away from home is Weather Scan, which will scan and lock onto the strongest NOAA broadcast automatically. The unique Home/Travel mode lets you select the NOAA channel for your area the menu, while the Travel mode will scan and lock onto the strongest NOAA signal. The HH54VP Tri-Color LED gives 3 types of alerts, either “warning”, “watch” or “advisory”, and features three user-selectable alerts modes. Select from tone, voice, or visual (flashing backlight) for the over 60 types of alerts.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Very easy to program and use.
Slickdome
The radio can be programmed with specific area codes for your county but you can also set it to scan ANY codes while traveling.
PapaBear
You cannot use both the AA batteries and the rechargeable battery at the same time - they use the same compartment.
Linda

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

67 of 69 people found the following review helpful By A. J. A. on August 1, 2010
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack Verified Purchase
I purchased the package with the rechargeable battery pack. Very impressed with the standby life of the battery. Took it on a 2 week trip, listened to forecasts a few times per day, left it on during 2 severe weather episodes, still had battery left at the end of the trip.

Why not 5 stars? There is an audio confirmation "beep" everytime you press a button, including the volume, that is WAY too loud. No instruction to shut this feature off, e-mails to Midland asking for a work-around have gone unanswered.
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88 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Kevin K. Fosler on July 4, 2010
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack Verified Purchase
This is a good weather radio.

Pros:

- It allows you to program the S.A.M.E. codes for weather alerts for selected counties.
- The speaker can reach a good volume without distortion.
- Reception of weather signal is very good.
- Travel mode enables easy finding of strongest signal
- Alert can be display, tone, or tone followed by voice
- Rechargeable battery with dock
- Feels nice in the hand, good grip
- Strong belt clip

So why only 3 stars?

Any button press produces a loud beep. Even button presses to turn the volume all the way down produce loud beeps. There is no way that I can find to turn this "feature" off. This should be a no-brainer for Midland. All of my other electronic devices that have a beep option have the ability to turn it off.

If you wanted to listen to the weather forecast and had family or roommates sleeping and you wanted to turn the volume down to not bother them, in order to turn the volume down you would have to press the volume button several times, with each time making a loud beep.

If you wanted to set the alarm for the next day, and had family or roommates sleeping, each button press needed to set the alarm would produce a loud beep.

I hope that I am overlooking something and that there is a way to turn the beeping off. If that is the case, I will be happy to delete this review and post a 5 star review.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By T. Helm on March 29, 2012
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack
Numerous reviews complained about the annoying beep every time a button is pushed. On this unit just purchased yesterday, there is a setup option to deactivate the beep mode.

Having read many of the reviews, I was keenly concerned with issues others had with the unit, one of those issues with the charging cradle. Sure enough, I popped the unit into the cradle, plugged it in and no charging (there is a charging indicator light on the front of the cradle, which was off). After much trial and error, I finally discovered the rechargeable battery pack was not installed in the radio. It was hidden from me on the opposite side of the packaging and I hadn't noticed it. Installed battery and charging cradle works.

My only issue is the battery indicator, which I haven't yet figured out. With the battery not installed and operating from the power cord, the battery indicator icon was displayed but with an empty indication. With the battery installed the battery indicator is gone. I haven't yet run the unit on battery for any length of time to see if the battery indicator reappears.

At first I was frustrated with set up. I had tried to do it without reading the directions (a guy thing). Initially I couldn't find the operating instructions but I eventually found them tapped between the cardboard front and back panels in the blister packaging. I had heard they were microscopic to read so I downloaded the operators instructions from the internet and also watched an online set up video. Once reading the instructions, I found the set up procedures fairly simple and now repeatable without the instructions.
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33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Michael Opager on August 21, 2010
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack Verified Purchase
We bought this as a replacement for an older weather alert radio that was beginning to fall apart from old age. The charging base is nice, but even better, if you are travelling for an extended period, you can disconnect the AC adapter from the base and take it along to charge the radio directly. You can also use the supplied battery pack and standard AA batteries interchangably, The radio also offers several alert options that our old unit didn't have. We are impressed with the features Midland has included in this package!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By F.F. ret. on May 23, 2011
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack Verified Purchase
I give this Emergency Radio the top rating becacuse it already woke me in the early morning hours (I sleep like a ROCK) and warned me of a severe thunder storm coming our way. This gave me time to unplug all my computer equipment before a lightning strike.
I'm sold.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Stang_TLC on March 23, 2011
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack Verified Purchase
I had the radio setup in under a minute. Very easy. Not a ton of bells and whistles, but it has everything you need. The rechargeable battery is a nice feature (no batteries to replace). Would highly recommend this model over the Oregon Scientific radio. I've owned a couple of the Oregon radios and the Midland is much easier to setup with a comparable feature set.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By PapaBear on May 21, 2011
Edition: With rechargeable battery pack
I bought this for my daughter who moved to Texas from the Mid Atlantic area. In her first week using this radio, while driving from Dallas to Houston, the radio alarmed with a tornado warning headed towards the section of interstate she was traveling. The warning gave her enough time to get off the interstate and into a local fire house to wait it out. The radio can be programmed with specific area codes for your county but you can also set it to scan ANY codes while traveling.

I like that it comes with a rechargable battery and can also take regular AA batteries. The AC power cord for the docker can also plug directly into the radio for traveling. I'd like to see them add a 12v car charging cord in the package.

Only down side to this radio is the annoying tone everytime you depress a button. Should have an option to deactivate that little feature.
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