(Classic Creator) iRonsnow Solar Emergency NOAA Weather Radio Dynamo Hand Crank Self Powered AM FM WB Radios 3 LED Flashlight 1000mAh Smart Phone Charger Power Bank(Red)
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- Compact AM/FM NOAA Weather Radio and a powerful 3 LED flashlight, with cell phone charger. iRonsnow Official focus on making emergency equipment. Your creditable emergency expert.
- Offers a choice of self-charge, solar and external recharge power options. 1000mAh battery.
- 3 ways to charge: micro usb/hand crank/solar.Dimensions: 5" x 2.4" x 1.6" .Weight: less than 0.5 lbs.
- Very compact, light, and easy to carry, good survival kit when cellphone powered off or disaster weather.
- From 2015 to 2018, iRonsnow has helped more than 300,000 USA people to live through the hurricane season and snowstorm season.
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3 Ways to Charge
Solar Charge to protect Built-in battery.
It is used as a EMERGENCY radio, can't work as a professional solar power bank.
- Micro USB
- Hand Crank
- Solar Panel
AM/FM/NOAA/WB Weather Radio
Good signal to receive NOAA/WB Weather Radio.
Protect your safety well when emergent event (cyclone/typhoon, ect) happen
- 1000mAh Power Bank
- 3 Led Ultra Lights Flashlight
- 5" x 2.4" x 1.8" ; 7.84 ounces
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High frequency Q&A:
1. Does iRonsnow IS-088 support AAA battery?
A: It doesn't support. iRonsnow IS-090 supports.
2. Can iRonsnow IS-088 charge iPhone/iPad/Kindle/Gopro/Blackberry?
A: It can charge iPhone 5/6/7 Plus and iPad Air. Can charge Kindle/Gopro/Blackberry/Android phone which support USB charge.
3:Does iRonsnow IS-088 support headphone jack?
A: It doesn't support. iRonsnow IS-092 supports.
4.How does the weather radio work?
A: Only when you turn on the NOAA channel, it will issue the alert.
5.How bright is the light on a scale of 1-10? 1 a dim candle and 10 a superbright LED.
A: It's about a 9. (answered by customer Tigdi). Seller answer: 5000lux @120mm, 0.25W/7 Lumen.
6. How is the range on the am/fm?
A: Generally, 60KM (38 Miles) for FM, 100KM (62 Miles) for AM. Depend the area, some customer answer: I live in the very rural central Arizona outback, and I pick up my favourite Phoenix AM station, some 120 miles away, better than my regular radio
7. what's the effect of the solar panel?
A: It depend the weather. Actually it is a SURVIVAL EMERGENCY radio, can not work as a professional solar power bank.
iRonsnow IS-088 Dynamo Emergency Solar Hand Crank Self Powered AM/FM NOAA Weather Radio, LED Flashlight, Smart Phone Charger Power Bank with Cables
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The radio, flashlight, crank, and solar charging work fine.
The 5V charging output is limited in two important ways.
First, as you would expect this device has only a tiny 300mAh 3.6V NiMH internal battery so at best it can only hold enough energy to charge your cell phone a few percent, unless you'd like to turn the crank constantly. I don't consider this a con as it only promises a few minutes of talk time. My Nexus S 4G (1600mAh battery) went from 40% to 47% before the internal battery was dead.
Second and not expected is the charging adapter (2.5 mm to USB A) is so flimsy that it fell apart the first time I tried to connect it together. The force required to CAREFULLY insert the adapter into the cable broke the inside of the adapter the FIRST time it was plugged in. If you are able to safely insert the adapter into the end of the included cable, tape it up and make sure not to place any stress on it. Lucky for me I have lots of other cables around so I just cut it apart and made my own cable, so it works fine for me, but unless you can do the same don't count on the charging feature to be useful. I don't understand why they didn't just put the USB A connector right inside the unit like most USB chargers, it would be less to lose (or break) and likely cheaper for them.
So what it is: Radio that will get AM, FM, and "Weather Band". This radio works nice and clear, even in places where you'd think there would in interference (like in a building or a basement). This radio is basically not going to run out of battery.
ALSO IF YOU KEEP THIS IN YOUR BAG: You have an emergency flashlight. Consider adding a "glow in the dark" sticker to it.
IN A PINCH: You can keep a cell phone that is in the red, going for the length of an emergency phone call.
Things this is not:
*A USB Battery bank. You can get those too, but this isn't that.
*A tactical flashlight.
Seriously, people, are we so maladapted to the realities of the world that we want everything to be everything? This is ab excellent emergency solar hand crank radio and a great deal to boot. Be happy.
I'm not one of those guys that buys a bunch of gear and hides it away in a closet. I like to use my stuff no matter what it is so I've put quite a few hours on this radio. It's fallen off my desk at least twice and regularly gets thrown around the office and still works perfectly.
I'm not selling this thing but for $20 there's really no excuse not to get one.
This device has a bright light, the radio and emergency weather broadcast functions well with great reception from the antenna indoors, it only takes a minute of charging using hand crank to provide over an hour of light and about 15 minutes of simultaneous radio and light which is nice. The solar charging seems sufficient for emergencies, I had it sit on a window ledge for about 6 hours of clear sun and it provided enough charge to power the device for about 30 minutes of continuous light and radio. When fully charged using USB it was capable of charging my Galaxy Note 9 phone around 15% before unable to charge anymore. The device still had enough charge remaining to run continuous light and radio for another 30 minutes, it probably just does not provide enough juice to maintain the USB charge on the phone after a certain % of battery is used. I fully charged the radio using USB from dead to fully charged in about 1.5 hours. I was able to charge a dead 0% battery Galaxy S4 up to 38% before no longer charging further, and again the radio still had charge left to run continuous light and radio for about half an hour. The hand crank and solar panel does not seem to charge other devices externally via USB, it only functions to charge the internal battery. It is a handy battery pack for emergencies, packaging says 1200mah and that seems about right. I plan to buy several more of these to toss into prep kits for car and home. Very happy with this radio for the price you cannot beat it!
Top reviews from other countries
For a small radio the sound was great, we tested to see how loud it would go and were surprised at the volume.
We were also super impressed with the torch, really bright and came in handy when walking in the dark to the bathroom at our campsite.
We played the radio none stop for about 4 hours then used the torch for bathroom trips and to read in the dark, it showed no signs of the batteries running out.
I can’t imagine camping trips without it.
Solar panel does not work. Crank away for one minute and get about 10 minutes of play. Flashlight works great - but
at $22 - i am sure you can pay much les for a flashlight. Please amazon - take this cheap garbage off the market.