Emergency radio. AC adapter, AAA batteries, solar power and a hand-crank power generator. AM/FM, NOAA weather bands, built-in LED flashlight, emergency red LED signal beacon and best of all, a USB cell phone charger. Windey.
They thought of everything with this emergency radio that runs on solar, hand crank, AA batteries or AC adapter. Plus, in addition to the AM/FM/shortwave radio and NOAA Weather Alert system, it has a flashlight, LED reading light, USB charging jack and headphone jack.
Eton's American Red Cross FRX3 Hand Turbine includes a radio with AM/FM, all seven NOAA weather band stations and the "Alert" system, which automatically broadcasts emergency weather alerts for your area such as hurricanes, tornadoes and severe storms. It also features a solar panel which offers 10-15 minutes of radio and flashlight use. $47.99
If you're a beginning electronic hobbyist looking for an inexpensive project or just want to have a solar-powered radio to throw in your zombie apocalypse kit you'll have fun making this emergency radio using cheap solar garden lights, an FM radio, and a spare mint tin.