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Kaito KA331 Portable Hand Crank AM/FM NOAA Weather Radio with Cell Phone Charger & 3-LED Flashlight, Color Black

Kaito KA331, 4-way Powered Emergency World Band Radio
SKU: KA331
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$17.99

Details

4-way powered emergency world band radio:
1) 5V DC USB: Supplies power to the radio or charges the internal NiMH battery (USB cable not included)
2) DC Battery: AAA x 3 (not included)
3) Dynamo generator: Supplies power to the radio or charges the internal NiMH
4) Rechargeable battery : Supplies power to the radio & stores power, 3.7V/500mAh

The Kaito KA331 is designed for both everyday use & emergency preparedness applications. It offers different methods to keep you informed including DC 5V USB, three AAA batteries (not included), the built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery that can be charged by an adapter or hand cranking . The KA331 covers a wide spectrum of broadcasting including AM, FM and all 7 NOAA weather channels. The radio features a standard USB port to be used to charge cell phones or other USB compatible portable devices.

With its revolutionary design and versatile functions, it’s not only an ideal choice of a portable receiver but also an indispensable tool for emergency preparedness purposes, traveling, camping, backpacking and other outdoor activities.

Specifications:
FM: 88 - 108 MHz
AM: 520 -1710 KHz
# of NOAA Weather Channels: 7
Internal speaker
Headset jack socket: 3.5 mm
5V DC input: micro USB
5V DC output: standard USB
Rechargeable batteries: 3.7V Li-ion battery 500 mAh
Dimensions: 6 x 2 ¾ X 2 inches
Weight: 7.6 oz

Accessories:
User manual and lanyard

Additional Info

Color Black
Dimension 6 x 2.8 x 2 inches
Brand Kaito
Free Shipping No
Weight 1.0000

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