Kaito KA888 4-way Powered Emergency Radio, AM FM Shortwave Bands, and Comes with Alarm Clock, Thermometer,Compass and Flashlight
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- A real good emergency radio, KA888 has just arrived
- It comes with all gadgets you need for emergency and sporting
- It combines a sensitive compass, a thermometer, a siren, a clock and alarm, and the important combination is the flash light you need in a dark night, even the dial needle is built in illumines material
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- Brand Name: Kaito
- Model Number: KA888
- Power Source Type: Corded-Electric, Battery
- Item Height: 2.4 inches
- Item Length: 7.7 inches
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|Dimensions||2.4 inches x 7.7 inches x 3.9 inches||2.4 inches x 5 inches x 1.6 inches||5.3 inches x 8.3 inches x 2.3 inches||5.5 inches x 9.5 inches x 2.25 inches|
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Top Customer Reviews
shortwave and in case of an emergency. It is a real nice
radio for emergencys with its features, the compass,time,
temperture,and a perfect bright light during night or
black outs.The radio is pretty good and smooth.The KA888
has AM,FM and shortwave (4bands) with quality sound on FM
AM. The shortwave is ok and not the most clearest,but this
specialliaces on being for emergencys.Which its very good
for that.I kept the radio for about a week and returned it
for the KA077 emergency radio because it covered more bands
like VHF,TV,and weather bands.For me I liked this one better
for my interest and needs.I would say that both radios are
nice.It just depends what you need and want.The KA888and
KA077 are good quality radios for a good price.
No, it is not a high tech digital radio that can scan the tropics of radio transmissions and provide incredible reception, but it really does the job it was designed to do. It will light your way. It will connect you with world band radio. It will scream a loud siren to help you be found among the rubble that once was your home. It will comfort you. And, if you haven't even given it alkaline batteries, all you have to do is turn the crank. Miracle of miracles, this little radio will love you.
I have been in contact with the company and am returning it for a replacement, as that first day was wonderful.
I'll let you know if the replacement one works.
very disappointing so far.
The second radio is one we can use for being outside at a picnic or traveling. We don't camp but it would be ideal for that also. I like when you are outside that it can charge via the solar panel on the top of the radio. Sometimes I even just set the home one in the window to have it charge up instead of cranking it.
I like the storage compartment and I keep a few waterproof matches in there for starting fires or grills. We have had no issues with our radios and they are several years old. The radio reception is very good and if you even need it there is a pop-up extendable antenna.
Overall this is a good emergency radio that is lightweight and portable. We like ours.
On the good note, the compass is handy, although small, and the temperature gauge is nice, the design is ergonomic, and the strap is nice.
the radio works only in direct bright sunshine or with the provided plug in power adapter. no wonder the radio has 4 different powering options, since the solar one is a sham
i wonder who writes these positive reviews about the functionality, when the main reason for being for this radio is that it has a solar power source, good for use for camping and emergencies??
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It works like a kids toy. Not that rugged! Wind up Does NOT charge the battery's! Solar Does NOT charge up the battery's! DIRECT sunlight ONLY! Not at any other angle. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Hungry IT
Received unit with strap missing,no ac adapter, no headphones.....ad very misleading wouldnt recommend since the ad said very good condition LIKE NEW!Published 16 months ago by Cary W
I purchased The KA888 And The KA600 together, After a short period of time to acquaint myself with these Items, I chose to keep the KA600 and gifted the KA888. Read morePublished on January 4, 2014 by LetsTalk10
AMAZING! I got this for my mom for Christmas last year and she still uses it to this day! Frequently, might I add. Read morePublished on November 18, 2013 by Chrissie
I am generally pleased with this product. I bought it for use in emergency situations and I think it will fulfill my expectations. Read morePublished on May 21, 2013 by Kevin
So far it seems to have warded of any disasters at his house. He has expressed no problems with it to me.Published on March 28, 2013 by D. Boyd
I bought 6 of these for Christmas gifts for my children. It's a great deal, and useful for a family emergency kit. My children thought they were very useful. Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by Merrilyn Johnson
I would liked to have known that this radio was so small. It's only 7-1/2" by 4". I thought it was a big radio, but I like because you can just wind it up and you have a... Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by Linda MC
Got one for two relatives and they were both very happy with them. We live in a rural area that loses power often, so these come in quite handy!Published on January 26, 2013 by Jackie Treehorn