Kaito V2 Best NOAA and SW Portable Solar/Hand Crank AM/FM, Shortwave & NOAA Weather Emergency Radio with USB Cell Phone Charger & LED Flashlight, Yellow

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What's in the box:
  • V2 Emergency radio
  • Rechargeable battery pack
  • USB charging cable
  • Lanyard
  • User manual & product registration


Emergency AM/FM radio with shortwave & NOAA weather

Comprehensive broadcast coverage includes AM, FM, shortwave, plus all 7 national weather channels with real-time alert.
  • FM: 88 - 108 MHz
  • AM (MW): 530 -1710 KHz
  • NOAA Weather: 162.400/162.425/162.450/162.475/162.50/162.525/162.55 (continuous band)
  • Shortwave: 7.0- 18.00 MHz
Analog tuning with outstanding sensitivity and selectivity combining with a 2" dynamic speaker delivers clear, crispy, and loud sound, whether it's your favorite FM music station or AM talk show.

Better be safe than sorry

5-way powered emergency radio with handy safety features and functions.
  • AAA battery: 3 of each (not included)
  • Hand-crank dynamo generator
  • Solar panel
  • 5V mini USB
  • 600 mAh NiMH rechargeable battery
Safety features:
  • Plug-n-charge USB mobile phone charger for both iOS and Android devices
  • LED Flashlight
  • Red LED SOS beacon light
  • Siren


Be prepared for the worst

Life is full of uncertainties, emergencies often occur unexpectedly and natural disasters sometimes strike without any warning signs. The least we could do is to be prepared by having important emergency supplies readily available, making a plan for yourself and your loved ones, and being informed. Such simple and easy actions will make all the difference should our worst fear be realized. With Kaito's new revolutionary Voyager V2 multi-functional emergency radio, together we can make a difference!


A Radio Makes a World of Difference

Over the years, Kaito has proudly supplied millions of radios and lanterns to the State Department, the United States Army, the United Nations, American Red Cross and other government agencies and NGOs for their humanitarian relief efforts. It's hard to believe, but often times a radio is the only way to connect with the outside world in some parts of the globe, and radio broadcasting has become an important and effective tool helping the US and its allies build strong relationship with the locals and educate them to stand up against conflicts and extremism, which in return makes our troops and diplomats safer and more successful in their missions.

*No Endorsement of Kaito by the US Department of Defense, Department of State, United Nations, American Red Cross or by their personnel is intended or implied.