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RunningSnail Solar Crank NOAA Weather Radio for Emergency

RunningSnail Solar Crank NOAA Weather Radio for Emergency
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5 (1 vote)

As a must to keep at home, this electronic appliance of emergency weather radio helps to keep oneself secure and safe with its NOAA & AM/FM weather alert radio, broadcast emergency alerts to alert and forecasting on hurricanes, tornadoes and storms et al.

This RunningSnail Solar Crank NOAA Weather Radio has hand crank self-charging outage feature with 2000 mAh rechargeable battery with 12 hours of battery backup for light and 4-6 hours of backup to run radio.

  • SOS Alarm Signaling Feature

This RunningSnail Solar Crank NOAA Weather Radio has flashing red light to alert others and to receive alert from the forecasting scene as pre-signaling facility

  • Multiple ways to charge the device

There are five different methods to charge this emergency radio; they are hand crank method, solar panel charging, Micro USB cable charging and AAA batteries.

  • Smartphone charging facility

Apart from different charging modes for radio, one can charge smartphones too through the USB jack port provided on the backside of the radio

  • Table lamp and LED flashlight

With featured table lamp and 1W LED flashlight, this emergency radio can also be used as an emergency light to keep the surviving situation in power after the hits of natural disasters.


  • Multiple speakers to deliver loud sound, clear and crisp
  • It weighs less and is very easy to pack in the baggage to carry anywhere
  • It has built-in Ni-MH battery pack that charges itself even when no batteries are operated


As it also requires AAA batteries, it is very important to have stand-by packet all the time to boost up the emergency radio’s power for emergency

Bottom line

As a one in all emergency radio, this RunningSnail Solar Crank NOAA Weather Radio helps to run out of the monster storm, tornadoes, cyclone and other natural disaster threats in forecasting way. It is ideal to have in all the homes for important announcements.