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Epica Digital Emergency Solar Hand Crank AM/FM/NOAA Radio, Flashlight, Smartphone Charger with NOAA Certified Weather Alert & Cable-ONE Cable Does All
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|Power Source||Corded-Electric, Solar|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.6 x 2.4 x 5 inches|
About this item
- ARE YOU READY FOR WHEN THE LIGHTS GO OUT? Epica’s compact, lightweight device includes a 3-band radio (standard AM and FM broadcast frequency plus NOAA VHF weather frequencies), a 3-LED flashlight, mobile phone charger , and 3 ways to charge (crank, solar panel, and plug-in).
- NEVER BE LEFT WITH ANALOG AGAIN: We all hate fumbling with tiny analog station tuners and coming up with a weak or distorted signal. When getting the station right matters, pick up your Epica digital tuner. And when tuning at night or in lights-out situations, the simple backlight and digital liquid crystal display allows you to see everything crystal clear.
- COMPACT AND BUILT TO LAST: You don’t always know what the future holds, which is why Epica designed to slip easily into a large jacket pocket or attach it to your belt with the sturdy carabiner clip.
- POWER UP IN ANY SITUATION: Want to be the most reliable one in a pinch? Other radios, phones and flashlights go dark. But you can power up effortlessly through plug-in, solar power, or crank—1 minute of easy cranking and you have a full 20 minutes of power!
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BUT HERE IS WHERE I OWE AN APOLOGY: The afternoon before we left for the lake, I was getting things together, so t took the S-charger radio out of the box to pack it. That is when I noticed that the factory static plastic that protects the solar screen and controls looked tattered. I peeled away the plastic to find that the solar lens was SCRATCHED! And then I see there are two cords but NO adapters. I checked the label again; yes, there were supposed to be adapters in the box. There were pieces missing! Honestly, I probably would have let the scratches go, but the charging cord was designed to work with the adapters. In other words, you HAD to have those adapters. Without them I would not be charging anything, part way, or any other way. So I believed that I had received either a rebuild, or a returen that just got put back into circulation. Some companies sell 'Open Box Products'. I was very disappointed! I have been tricked before. So, I marched right to my keypad and expressed my disappointment in a review... I am a reviewer. It is my duty. Here's what Epica did:
My review could not have been posted for more than a few hours when I started getting frantic e-mails. Epica and Perella's were falling all over each other trying to find out why I had just sucker punched them! What was wrong!? And, what can they do to rectify my problem!?.....Well, that was my first clue that I may have jumped to conclusions. The seller obviously was as upset as I was! They had no idea how that package got sent to me in that condition. After a flurry of emails they said they would be sending a new one immediately! No arguments. No excuses. The seller didn't even care HOW, or WHY it was sent out that way, they were only concerned with getting me a NEW one. I believe they were sincere, because if they weren't they would not have contacted me at all. So, I took that first review down. I felt kind of bad for not contacting them first before reacting. So, I will give them good feedback, and here is the review that should have been posted in the first place. The dynamo radio flashlight is a good product. And the seller is honest.
"Unfortunately, this unit is no longer covered under the one year warranty. We apologize for this inconvenience."
I advise you to spend your money elsewhere for a higher quality product.
Product Update: This product is worthless after owning it for less than two months. I would use it regularly at night to test out the battery life and put in in a bright window in the daytime to recharge it. When I went to use it one night when the power went out, it didn't turn on. I fumbled with it in the dark. I cranked and cranked, nothing. It is now a paperweight. The annoying "OFF" doesn't show up on the radio side anymore. This thing is utterly dead and it has been treated ever so delicately. Has not been dropped once and I have not allowed it to charge in a "hot" area. Cool bright windowsills only. Don't bother purchasing it.
This product is supposed to be relied upon for EMERGENCIES.
Then...I went to test the battery life. I left it on to drain the battery, put in under DIRECT SUNLIGHT for 6 hours. No charge. Then, I plugged it into a wall charger for 90 minutes. Nothing. Hand cranked it for about 90 seconds. Nothing.
I truly wanted this to work. Sadly, it cannot be returned now. I might have gotten the one that QC missed...but won't buy a replacement.