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RunningSnail Emergency Hand Crank Radio with LED Flashlight for Emergency Manual

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RunningSnail Emergency Hand Crank Radio with LED Flashlight for Emergency


  • POWER SOURCE: Corded-Electric, Replaceable Battery, Solar Hand Crank
  • BRAND: RunningSnail
  • COLOR: Red
  • FREQUENCY RANGE: AM 520~1700 kHz / FM 87~108 MHz / WB 162.400~162.550 MH
  • WORKING VOLTAGE: 2.7 V~ 4.2 V
  • ITEM WEIGHT: 0.49 Pounds
  • ITEM DIMENSIONS LXWXH: 5 x 1.8 x 2.4 inches
  • VOLTAGE: 5 Volts
  • , BUILT-IN BATTERY: 1000 mAh Li-ion
  • WORKING TEMP RANGE: -10 ℃ ~ +60 ℃


As previously stated, we used to be hit by natural catastrophes on a regular basis, such as hurricanes “Harvey,” wildfires, and so forth. Your family will be safe thanks to the RunningSnail emergency weather radio. This Weather Radio can alert you to emergency weather alerts in your area in real time, allowing you to be prepared. A built-in rechargeable battery with a capacity of 2000mAh that will operate the gadget for the majority of the time until power is restored. Your darkness could be illuminated by an LED flashlight with a robust cover design. RunningSnail’s emergency radio with a 2000mAh emergency power bank could save our lives if we are stranded in an emergency. Most USB-powered devices can connect to the emergency portable radio, providing enough power to make essential calls to your family, the emergency services, or to seek assistance. In the emergency kit, solar crank radios with several power backup sources are the best alternative. Hand crank, solar panel, and battery are three power sources. Built-in rechargeable battery to make it easier to keep the emergency radio working in the event of a power outage or when the batteries run out. There will never be a power outage! The dimensions of this pocket-sized portable emergency radio are 5*1.8*2.4inch, and it weighs 0.5 pound, making it remarkably small and light. It also has a 1W LED Flashlight to cut through the darkness and increase visibility. When you need to move about during an emergency, carrying a large unit is tough, thus this emergency radio is a good alternative.


3 Energy Sources Keep the Solar Crank Emergeny Radio on.

SOLAR POWER to protect the rechargeable battery.

MICRO USB – It takes about 3-5 hours to fully charge the radio.

HAND CRANK – Spin 1 minute at 130 RPM/min for 18 minutes of a flashlight or 6 minutes of radio.


  • The radio includes an internal battery that may be charged by the sun or by cranking it.
  • It also features detachable batteries that do not need to be recharged.
  • If you leave the radio in the sun, the internal battery should be charged enough to function.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long does a hand-crank radio take to charge?
    The hand crank alone can take up to 16 hours to fully charge the battery. The aim of the crank is to get enough charge in the battery to power the radio for weather announcements or charge a phone enough to make a call, not to fully charge the gadget.
  • What is the best way to charge an Eton radio?
    For a passive charging alternative, spin the hand turbine for 60 seconds to gain 10-15 minutes of radio and flashlight use, or place the emergency radio in the sun. When you hook your phone into the USB port, it will immediately “dump charge” to your phone, just like it would if you plugged it into the wall.
  • What is the purpose of an emergency crank radio?
  • The radio can be charged with a hand crank, solar power, or AAA batteries if the battery dies. It listens to AM/FM radio and NOAA weather stations, and it sends out emergency notifications when severe weather is on the way.
  • What is the operation of a hand-crank radio?
    A hand-crank radio is one that does not require external power to operate. The user just cranks the device to charge an inbuilt battery, letting it function even when the power is out.
  • How long does it take to crank a flashlight with a hand crank?
    Another popular type is the windup or crank-powered flashlight, which uses a battery that is replenished by a generator that is operated by a hand crank on the flashlight. Typically, one minute of cranking generates 30 to 60 minutes of light

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