Epica Digital Emergency Solar Hand Crank AM/FM/NOAA Radio, Flashlight, Smartphone Charger with NOAA Certified Weather Alert & Cable-ONE CABLE DOES ALL

December 26, 2017 - Comment

Are you ready for a hurricane situation or other emergency weather? Looking for the perfect camping radio that will last for years? Be the prepared one in your group with this no-hassle, sure-fire emergency radio and flashlight. BEST-IN-CLASS CHARGING CAPABILITIES You don’t want to have to crank a radio for a ½ hour just to

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Are you ready for a hurricane situation or other emergency weather?

Looking for the perfect camping radio that will last for years?

Be the prepared one in your group with this no-hassle, sure-fire emergency radio and flashlight.

BEST-IN-CLASS CHARGING CAPABILITIES You don’t want to have to crank a radio for a ½ hour just to hear 2 minutes of charge. With this beauty, 2 minutes of cranking nets you at least 20 minutes of lights on or radio! With its compact design, 3-LED flashlight, and 5-way charging (hand crank, solar, USB, AC and DC), and retractable antennae, you’ll never be left in the dark.

TIMES ARE TOUGH-SO ARE YOU

We created the emergency radio and flashlight to withstand day after day of punishment so that when times get tough, it’s there. The rugged body and solar panels are water resistant and will stay strong between uses, keeping you and your family safe for years to come.

READ IN THE DARK

Sometimes reading lights are not an option. This radio comes standard with a brilliant backlit digital display for those times when the lights go out. And where do you go for info when the power goes out and your smartphone’s on 1%? The high-quality digital tuner (AM/FM/all 7 WeatherBand channels) lets you get all your news. Also, you can charge your cell with it!

By now, you know Epica means quality. Whether you want a durable radio to bring outside when you’re gardening or something that lasts to keep in your Go-Bag or emergency kit, Epica’s emergency radio and flashlight have you covered. Order now! We offer a 100% money-back guarantee, but if our ratings are any indication, you won’t need it.

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Comments

Michael Cast says:

A HUMBLE APOLOGY for a commendable seller and manufacturer. I must apologize to Epica and Perella’s for lashing out with a harsh review of this product without giving the seller or the the manufacturer a heads up before I wrote a scathing review. I really blasted these poor guys. I ordered this device because it DOES NOT NEED BATTERIES. Crank the dynamo, or leave it in the DIRECT sunshine, and you have a flashlight or radio that will work for hours, and (most importantly) you can pick up the emergency and weather broadcast frequency. It’s not a good idea to go camping in a dead zone where cell phone reception is unreliable or, more likely, the battery runs down on the phone. Either way, a timely forecast could prevent a disaster. The dynamo CAN crank out enough juice to PARTIALLY charge a device like a cellphone; JUST enough power to make an emergency call if you can find a signal. It will not FULLY charge a phone or tablet. It is a radio, not a pocket sized nuclear reactor. For me, it was exactly what I was looking for. It arrived just in…

Nfundenberger says:

Great bang for the buck – solar is a little weak In 10 minutes or so, the device charged an iPhone 5s from 70% up to 80% after charging the device from wall power for 2 hours. 

Matthew Walsh says:

Nice all in one emergency solution Good little “all in one” emergency solution. The AM/FM/weather band reception is good. The antenna extends and can be turned/angled at the base. The display is a simple digital display and has a small light (like on an old wristwatch) to illuminate the dial if necessary. The flashlight is bright enough to see by, but is not a super bright light with narrow focus. So this is fine for seeing in the dark, but not ideal as a signaling device. The solar panel and handcrank generator combo is one of two reasons I really bought this…options to keep this thing charged in an emergency where batteries might not be readily available is a big plus. The other big reason is because of the charge/charging port. You can plug your phone into this to get a charge off it…not a big charge, just a little. But in an emergency situation, even if I had to sit and crank the generator every few minutes,I would be glad I could fully charge my phone off this given enough time and…

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