Eleclover Direct via Amazon offers its Emergency Solar Crank AM/FM/NOAA(WB) Weather Radio for $21.90, but if you use the code UKWVY84J the price drops to $17.90 Prime shipped. That’s $4 off the regular price and the lowest we’ve seen in months for it.
This all-in-one device has a 60 lumen flashlight and a 1000mAh portable smartphone charger. Also, 1 minute of cranking provides over 20 minutes of radio or 30 minutes of flashlight in case of an emergency. It’s rated 4.4/5 stars by 91 Amazon shoppers.
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Safe and Sound
Keep your household prepared with the ELECLOVER crank radio. It is a preparedness radio with AM/FM, all seven NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) weather band stations.
Don’t Just Use It At Home
It is great to take on camping trips. It will light your way, provide music around the fire, give you access to news & weather and also can charge your phone.
More Power to You
Spin the hand turbine for one minute to get 30 minutes of radio and flashlight use or place the radio in the sun for a passive charging option. There are also rechargeable Li-ion battery and DC power alternatives (mini-USB included).
Power Your Phone
The ELECLOVER radio also serves as a renewable power source for your other critical devices because of its USB smartphone charger. Simply plug in your phone into the USB port and power will automatically “dump charge” to your phone, just like plugging into the wall. There are many products out there that have a USB cell phone charger, but most don’t have the capability to charge a smartphone like it.
Lights the Way
The bright LED flashlight is always handy…at home, at the office, or even in the car.
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