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FosPower 2000mAh NOAA Emergency Weather Radio (Model A1) Portable Power Bank with Solar Charging, Hand Crank & Battery Operated, SOS Alarm, AM/FM & LED Flashlight for Outdoor Emergency

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[2000MAH POWER BANK WILL KEEP DEVICES POWERED] FosPower’s emergency radio incorporates a 2000mAh power bank capable of providing emergency power to any small tablet or phone.
[3 POWER SOURCES POWER WHEN YOU NEED IT] Use the emergency weather radio’s 3 power sources when you need a boost of power or need to recharge the radio. The radio’s crank lever and solar panel are both capable of regenerating enough power to keep the radio, lights, and SOS alarm ready to go when you need it most. AAA Batteries ensure you have power when not able to regenerate power.
[2 LIGHT SOURCES ALWAYS POWERED] The emergency crank radio can also provide light. The 4 LED reading light and 1W flashlight provides enough output to keep you and your loved ones out of the dark in an emergency situation.
[NOAA EMERGENCY WEATHER BROADCAST ACCESS] The radio will dependably receive up to the second emergency weather forecasts and emergency news broadcasts from NOAA and AM/FM stations.
[LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY] Includes a Limited Lifetime Warranty. Please visit FosPower’s website for more information.

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Voltage: 3.7 Volts. Item Dimensions LxWxH: 6.2 x 2.9 x 2.1 inches. Frequency: 108 MHz. Item Weight: 14.8 Ounces. Connectivity Technology: USB. Hardware Interface: USB. Color: Orange. Radio Bands Supported: 7-Band. Brand: FosPower. Power Source: Solar, Battery, Hand Crank. Date First Available: August 6, 2018. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Best Sellers Rank: #88 in Electronics. Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 21,542 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars. Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. Item model number: FOSPWB-2376. ASIN: B07FKYHTWP. Manufacturer: FosPower. Item Weight: 14.8 ounces. Product Dimensions: 6.2 x 2.9 x 2.1 inches.

Specification: FosPower 2000mAh NOAA Emergency Weather Radio (Model A1) Portable Power Bank with Solar Charging, Hand Crank & Battery Operated, SOS Alarm, AM/FM & LED Flashlight for Outdoor Emergency

Weight 14.8 lbs
Dimensions 6.2 × 2.9 × 2.1 in

26 reviews for FosPower 2000mAh NOAA Emergency Weather Radio (Model A1) Portable Power Bank with Solar Charging, Hand Crank & Battery Operated, SOS Alarm, AM/FM & LED Flashlight for Outdoor Emergency

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  1. davids

    When Hurricane Florence came into SE North Carolina we lost all power and for a couple days couldn’t even fire up the generators. During that period that little hand cranked radio was our lifeline to NOAA weather, local radio reports, keeping our phones charged in hopes of returning cell service and light during the scary screaming winds at night. I must have turned that crank a million times, but it never failed us, and when it was all over it went right into the emergency supplies to be ready for the next one.Read more

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  2. Woman At Witts End

    This was a Christmas gift to my husband. I suppose I should’ve researched it better but we discovered there is no headphone jack on the unit. So there is no ability to listen to the radio privately. Second disappointment is that when you tip up the solar panel to optimize catching the sunlight the LED light panel underneath it turns on. Which totaly defeats the solar charging purpose. We have found no way to turn off the LED light panel. It simply turns on when tilted up and turns off when laid flat to the unit. Other than that the radio and flashlights work well. It is to early to see how durable the unit will be.Read more

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  3. Kindle Customer

    What weather radio should have to be ON all the time in order for you to get alerts. This one, apparently. If you live in a part of the country where weather is volatile, get used to hearing the drone of NOAA ALL THE TIME. Nope. While this device has lots of handy little doo-dads, like a siren (for distress calls) and a solar panel and reading lights, it really falls down on its main purpose: sitting in silence until there is a weather alert. Sending it back. What’s worse, no instructions come with it. On-line manual, downloaded, is sub-par. The customer service line dropped my calls immediately. I am seriously annoyed and disappointed by this product — and I’m in a the middle of a dangerous storm pattern, here.Read more

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  4. O. Fisher

    For it’s size, about the size of your hand, it has one of the larger USB battery backups (2000mAh) available. Solar panel has a charging light, so you can position it for best charge. Crank handle is not fragile, so unlikely to break in use. Good radio reception. Siren, and red light – not all weather radios have that. This radio is marketed by more than one seller, in various colors, so you may get different offer prices.Read more

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  5. Tyler

    This little thing is pretty good, especially if your working on a small budget bug out bag. This radio can take 3 AAA batteries, and it has a lithium ion battery that can be crank charged, or solar charged. This radio also features two lights, one of which is pretty bright, however the other one is decent. The radio itself is pretty good for $20 it can even connect to local weather broadcasts and AM or FM radio like usual. Overall for twenty bucks this little thing offers a lot and can even charge usb devices. I feel this would be great for either a bug out bag, or even hiking and camping, because it also features an SOS mode so if you get separated from a group you can emit a loud siren and flashing red light.Read more

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  6. myra

    I got this to replace the radio in my older model car. I love it. I recharged it with my cell charger and it works great. The flash light is good for walking from my garage to my front door. Even though I haven’t had to use the siren, I like knowing its there. Good price. UPDATE: My radio charging port got dislodged and now I can no longer charge. Disappointed it lasted 1 year only.Read more

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  7. Mom

    Purchased this for a Scouting trip to Philmont. Unit NEVER worked. The scouts took turns cranking it at one point to no avail. Complete waste of money. Very light and flimsy unit. Never once was able to charge anything with it. Never even could use it for the radio because it wouldn’t hold a charge. Customer service was a joke, argued with me that there were so many other “neat” specs on this piece of junk that I should have been happy to just put batteries in it and enjoy the radio. Great. I paid almost 40 bucks for an am/fm radio? What a disappointment. By the time my kid got back with the thing from the camping trip it was too late to send back or I would have. Customer support was ridonkulous. Do. Not. Buy. Got to Walmart and pick up one off the shelf there. We did that for our first Scout who went to Philmont but it was pricey at around 45.00. BUT IT AL LEAST WORKED and it worked well. We tried to save a few bucks with this FosPower thing and ended up getting screwed. I only gave it one star because you have to in order to write a review. – 5 stars for this crappy piece of junk.Read more

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  8. Carolina Rooted

    This is not a radio that you will normally be carrying around the house blasting out your favorite tunes. But when an Emergency strikes this little radio might end up being your only news/weather source from the outside. It is built of durable made to last hard plastic and the solar charger seems to work adequately to provide enough charge. Why wait until the nights are dark without power and you are stumbling around in the dark- buy this radio today and keep in for that “just in case” moment.Read more

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  9. prk2112

    This unit worked as I expected – using it for camping, etc. Radio is fine, good flashlight and it seems sturdy. The crank works as well as the solar panel as far as I can tell. There is a light that lets you know the battery is charging, but nothing to tell you if it is fully charged, half charged or what. At least, nothing I could find on the device or the instructions. This may not seem like a big deal but when you want it to charge your phone while you are camping and nowhere near an outlet, after cranking for awhile it would be nice to know how far you have got before plugging it in and finding out the battery is dead again before your phone gets much of a chargeRead more

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  10. Client d’Amazon

    Tested it and… Sound is OK (Not Hi-Fi but it is an emergency radio). It lasted for more than 20 hours after a full charge. Lot of stations tunable without using the antenna. The only slight complain is that my unit came with a missing protective USB plug protective door (should it have one?). Otherwise, happy with the radio. If you plan on charging it with the crank, you will end up with a tennis elbow… The cranking option is OK for a few minutes of usage but a full charge will require cranking for 4 hours at 150 RPM…Read more

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  11. mx acheteur

    bon je ne lesse jamais de commentaire mais là…chapeau.. reçue en bonne etat mais aucune notice pas trés grave on peut sent passer ce petit gadget est vraiment top -lampe -radio (petit bémole pour l antenne rikiki mai qui ce range parfaitement) – recharge solaire+dynamo+pile -mode sos plutot bizard d ailleur -possibilité de recharger nimporte quoi si vous avez un cable usb et un bon tour de main (dynamo) c’est bon je suis pret pour une apocalipse zombie !!Read more

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  12. Paul A Ratigan

    Bought this radio to include in my Grab and Go bag. Straight out of the box it looks good. Charged the Li-ion battery up and started to play. Problem is that the radio does not come with a manual. Spent 10 minutes trying to figure out why the radio did not work. Finally noticed a switch to switch from AAA battery to the Li-ion battery, which I moved to Li-ion, then radio burst into life. The tuning knob sticks at one point on the dial and has to be forced. Tuning back the other way and the movement is very smooth, no sticking noticed. Sound is a bit tinny, but it is an emergency radio so that is no problem. I did not buy it to listen to music. Aerial is very short and feels a bit flimsy. SOS function is brilliant. Very loud and the flashing red light really adds to the effect. Frightened the life out of my wife. The reading light under the solar panel is a nice touch. Not tested the mobile phone charging functionality.Read more

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  13. Anola Browne

    Cant say anymore than amazing item. Highly recommend for camping or just end of the world doomsday essential…lolRead more

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  14. davids

    When Hurricane Florence came into SE North Carolina we lost all power and for a couple days couldn’t even fire up the generators. During that period that little hand cranked radio was our lifeline to NOAA weather, local radio reports, keeping our phones charged in hopes of returning cell service and light during the scary screaming winds at night. I must have turned that crank a million times, but it never failed us, and when it was all over it went right into the emergency supplies to be ready for the next one.Read more

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  15. Woman At Witts End

    This was a Christmas gift to my husband. I suppose I should’ve researched it better but we discovered there is no headphone jack on the unit. So there is no ability to listen to the radio privately. Second disappointment is that when you tip up the solar panel to optimize catching the sunlight the LED light panel underneath it turns on. Which totaly defeats the solar charging purpose. We have found no way to turn off the LED light panel. It simply turns on when tilted up and turns off when laid flat to the unit. Other than that the radio and flashlights work well. It is to early to see how durable the unit will be.Read more

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  16. Kindle Customer

    What weather radio should have to be ON all the time in order for you to get alerts. This one, apparently. If you live in a part of the country where weather is volatile, get used to hearing the drone of NOAA ALL THE TIME. Nope. While this device has lots of handy little doo-dads, like a siren (for distress calls) and a solar panel and reading lights, it really falls down on its main purpose: sitting in silence until there is a weather alert. Sending it back. What’s worse, no instructions come with it. On-line manual, downloaded, is sub-par. The customer service line dropped my calls immediately. I am seriously annoyed and disappointed by this product — and I’m in a the middle of a dangerous storm pattern, here.Read more

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  17. O. Fisher

    For it’s size, about the size of your hand, it has one of the larger USB battery backups (2000mAh) available. Solar panel has a charging light, so you can position it for best charge. Crank handle is not fragile, so unlikely to break in use. Good radio reception. Siren, and red light – not all weather radios have that. This radio is marketed by more than one seller, in various colors, so you may get different offer prices.Read more

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  18. Tyler

    This little thing is pretty good, especially if your working on a small budget bug out bag. This radio can take 3 AAA batteries, and it has a lithium ion battery that can be crank charged, or solar charged. This radio also features two lights, one of which is pretty bright, however the other one is decent. The radio itself is pretty good for $20 it can even connect to local weather broadcasts and AM or FM radio like usual. Overall for twenty bucks this little thing offers a lot and can even charge usb devices. I feel this would be great for either a bug out bag, or even hiking and camping, because it also features an SOS mode so if you get separated from a group you can emit a loud siren and flashing red light.Read more

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  19. myra

    I got this to replace the radio in my older model car. I love it. I recharged it with my cell charger and it works great. The flash light is good for walking from my garage to my front door. Even though I haven’t had to use the siren, I like knowing its there. Good price. UPDATE: My radio charging port got dislodged and now I can no longer charge. Disappointed it lasted 1 year only.Read more

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  20. Mom

    Purchased this for a Scouting trip to Philmont. Unit NEVER worked. The scouts took turns cranking it at one point to no avail. Complete waste of money. Very light and flimsy unit. Never once was able to charge anything with it. Never even could use it for the radio because it wouldn’t hold a charge. Customer service was a joke, argued with me that there were so many other “neat” specs on this piece of junk that I should have been happy to just put batteries in it and enjoy the radio. Great. I paid almost 40 bucks for an am/fm radio? What a disappointment. By the time my kid got back with the thing from the camping trip it was too late to send back or I would have. Customer support was ridonkulous. Do. Not. Buy. Got to Walmart and pick up one off the shelf there. We did that for our first Scout who went to Philmont but it was pricey at around 45.00. BUT IT AL LEAST WORKED and it worked well. We tried to save a few bucks with this FosPower thing and ended up getting screwed. I only gave it one star because you have to in order to write a review. – 5 stars for this crappy piece of junk.Read more

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  21. Carolina Rooted

    This is not a radio that you will normally be carrying around the house blasting out your favorite tunes. But when an Emergency strikes this little radio might end up being your only news/weather source from the outside. It is built of durable made to last hard plastic and the solar charger seems to work adequately to provide enough charge. Why wait until the nights are dark without power and you are stumbling around in the dark- buy this radio today and keep in for that “just in case” moment.Read more

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  22. prk2112

    This unit worked as I expected – using it for camping, etc. Radio is fine, good flashlight and it seems sturdy. The crank works as well as the solar panel as far as I can tell. There is a light that lets you know the battery is charging, but nothing to tell you if it is fully charged, half charged or what. At least, nothing I could find on the device or the instructions. This may not seem like a big deal but when you want it to charge your phone while you are camping and nowhere near an outlet, after cranking for awhile it would be nice to know how far you have got before plugging it in and finding out the battery is dead again before your phone gets much of a chargeRead more

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  23. Client d’Amazon

    Tested it and… Sound is OK (Not Hi-Fi but it is an emergency radio). It lasted for more than 20 hours after a full charge. Lot of stations tunable without using the antenna. The only slight complain is that my unit came with a missing protective USB plug protective door (should it have one?). Otherwise, happy with the radio. If you plan on charging it with the crank, you will end up with a tennis elbow… The cranking option is OK for a few minutes of usage but a full charge will require cranking for 4 hours at 150 RPM…Read more

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  24. mx acheteur

    bon je ne lesse jamais de commentaire mais là…chapeau.. reçue en bonne etat mais aucune notice pas trés grave on peut sent passer ce petit gadget est vraiment top -lampe -radio (petit bémole pour l antenne rikiki mai qui ce range parfaitement) – recharge solaire+dynamo+pile -mode sos plutot bizard d ailleur -possibilité de recharger nimporte quoi si vous avez un cable usb et un bon tour de main (dynamo) c’est bon je suis pret pour une apocalipse zombie !!Read more

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  25. Paul A Ratigan

    Bought this radio to include in my Grab and Go bag. Straight out of the box it looks good. Charged the Li-ion battery up and started to play. Problem is that the radio does not come with a manual. Spent 10 minutes trying to figure out why the radio did not work. Finally noticed a switch to switch from AAA battery to the Li-ion battery, which I moved to Li-ion, then radio burst into life. The tuning knob sticks at one point on the dial and has to be forced. Tuning back the other way and the movement is very smooth, no sticking noticed. Sound is a bit tinny, but it is an emergency radio so that is no problem. I did not buy it to listen to music. Aerial is very short and feels a bit flimsy. SOS function is brilliant. Very loud and the flashing red light really adds to the effect. Frightened the life out of my wife. The reading light under the solar panel is a nice touch. Not tested the mobile phone charging functionality.Read more

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  26. Anola Browne

    Cant say anymore than amazing item. Highly recommend for camping or just end of the world doomsday essential…lolRead more

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