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iRonsnow IS-090 Dynamo Emergency Solar Hand Crank Self Powered AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio, with 2000mAh Power Bank, Flashlight, Reading Lamp and SOS Alarm (Orange)
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- 2000mAH Power Bank. 4 ways powered: AAA battery ( AAA battery not included), Micro USB, Hand Crank, Solar Pane. Please fully charge the radio before you use it outdoors
- The iRonsnow IS-090 Radio with FM/AM signal and 7 NOAA weather channels. FM/AM works for most countries, NOAA works for U.S. Only .
- 2W(4-Led) Reading Lamp , 1W Ultra bright LED flashlight (focal lenth can be adjusted). Fully charged can support 12 hours lights or 4-6 hours radio play time
- 1 minute hand cranking supports over 10-15 minutes radio play time，over 25 minutes of continuous LED flashlight & Reading lamp，10 minutes cell phone talking time. Protect your safety well when emergent event (cyclonephoon/earthquake, ect) happen.
- SOS ALARM with Flashing Red Light for Energency or Survival. Size : 2.1 x 6.2 x 2.9 inch
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iRonsnow IS-090 Radio,iRonsnow collected thousands of customer's suggestion, investigate all functions customer mentioned, added and deleted, designed a solar radio which meet almost all requirements indoor & outdoor, meanwhile, provide a reasonalbe price for our customers.
-1W bright LED Flashlight;Zoom adjustable
-FM/AM/7 NOAA Weather Channels
-Charge cell phone for emergency
-Charging, discharging protection
-4 ways to power this radio: 1) hand crank 2) solar panel 3) USB cable 4) AAA batteries
-SOS Alarm with flashing red light
-Water Resistant,IPX3, can be used during rainy weather.
Product size: 157mm*74mm*53mm
Max Power Consumption: 3W
Working Voltage: 2.7-4.2V
Capacity: 2000 mAh Li-ion
Solar panel max working V/A: 5V/30mah
LED flashlight working voltage: 2.7-4.2V
LED flashlight working current: ≤ 130mah
LED flashlight light intensity: >2000Lux@120mm
LED flashlight lighting time: 15 hours
Reading Lamp working voltage: 3.0-3.4V
Reading Lamp working current: ≤ 130mah
Reading Lamp max power consumption: 0.5 W
Reading Lamp light intensity: >2000Lux@120mm
Reading Lamp lighting time: 15 hours
Reading Lamp lighting time: 15 hours
iRonsnow IS-090 Radio
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In short, I have found this to be a good little radio.
Multiple charging options (USB, hand crank, solar).
Very solid reception. As good as my Midland ER-310 and my Ambient Weather Adventurer WR-111
Nice speaker/sound for the size.
Good mileage out of the internal rechargeable battery.
Good NOAA reception (I'm in the Bay Area).
Multiple light sources. I like the flip up reading lamp. The flashlight is bright enough to be useable.
Accepts alternative power: i.e. AAA batteries - in case the internal battery dies. (My ambient weather does not and it was a nightmare acquiring a replacement rechargeable battery as they were out of stock for months).
Analog tuner - This is a plus in my book as it requires less power than a digital tuner, and I can quickly tune to stations as opposed to tedious scanning.
Note to manufacturer - How to make this a great radio:
Make the side flashlight bezel flush so you can stand the radio on its end.
Add a stereo headphone jack.
Make the internal rechargeable battery easily replaceable with a non proprietary form factor. (Not sure at this point if I can even replace the rechargeable battery even if I open the case).
Address the battery low indicator issues others have mentioned (My unit has no issues - May be QA issue?).
Offer other colors: Black, green, red colors or other color schemes.
Improve the English manual.
But more to the point -I used this radio four to five hours a day for seven days using the Li-ion battery only and it depleted the charge on the last morning as I was packing up camp. This radio is a keeper.
One star dropped only because I think the antenna should be less flimsy ( it does work well though).Update! I have been using the radio with the AA batteries installed. Well , until the second set of batteries died and I tried to replace them. The spring contact broke on one end! Took it apart and could not find where a wire might have been soldered on? No loose wire either just looked like contact was superglued in place.so i reinstalled it. Yep it is still broken. So now I am left with a good rechargeable battery and a hand crank option but no battery option. You might want to pay a little less and buy another model