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Sleek and portable MICROLINK FR160 helps you define your adventure
Ultra-portable and packed with all the features you need.
|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.
|AM/FM/NOAA Weather Band|
Easy tuning to any band whether its AM (520-1710 KHz), FM (87-108 MHz) or NOAA weather band. This keeps the listener tuned in to weather forecasts, alerts and other emergency messagesinformation vital to backpackers and travelers.
|USB phone charger |
charge virtually any phone or small electrical device with this added feature.
3 built in LEDs to light your way through the dark.
The technology featured in the MICROLINK ensures that you will have everything you need whether you are hitting the beach or climbing the highest peaks. With its solar panel, hand crank, AM/FM/NOAA weather bands and flashlight, this ultra portable unit is perfect for your car, home or any outdoor activity.
Designed with your adventure in mind.
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works well, bought one for my son and when it storms he has his out,and it has great soundPublished 3 days ago by Soarcha
Lasted 18 months and then something snapped while cranking it one day. Great while it lasted, which wasn't very long.Published 4 days ago by Pats Fan
I had the opportunity to use this yesterday when a 6.0 earthquake woke us up, toppling furniture and shattering glass. Read morePublished 8 days ago by August
After a year, I noticed the battery barely holds a charge when cranked. If I crank it for 90 seconds, I only get about 5-8 minutes of radio, not so when it was new. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Redcap
I am so happy to have this around for power outages. It works very well.Published 19 days ago by Jeannine Meyers
It's the best wind-up radio I've seen. We use it camping in the boonies and can get several stations clearly. It goes a. Read morePublished 20 days ago by SusieQ