Radio Flashlight Battery Bank Combo
This emergency NOAA radio, flashlight, and battery bank runs via multiple power sources
- Hand crank, solar or AAA batteries
- AM/FM and NOAA weather radio
- Compact design
- 2000mAh Battery bank
- Flashlight and desk lamp
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My Radio Flashlight Battery Bank Combo in Action
Before you left for the week-long backpacking trip you checked the forecast. Conditions look dicey for the first half of the trip, and the trail takes you far outside of cell phone service area. You want to pack light, but you know you need to keep an eye on the weather. The last thing you want is to be caught out in a lightning storm. You tuck the RunningSnail Solar Crank NOAA weather radio in the pocket of your pack. It doesn’t take up much space, it will keep you informed of inclement weather, and you can use it to charge your electronics at camp. You periodically stop and check the weather to make sure you’re not too far from one of the solid-walled shelters along the trail. You clip the radio to the outside of the pack to ensure the solar panel keeps it charged as you hike to your next camp. All week the weather is beautiful. You stop checking the NOAA forecast and use the FM radio for entertainment along the trail. At night you read a book with the built-in lamp. You decide to sleep out under the stars. The forecast is clear for the rest of the trip.
My Stockpile Summary
This Radio Flashlight Battery Bank Combo is a practically prudent addition to your stockpile costing $59.90. Our team of professional preppers have given this product a rating of 4.8 out of 5 possible points. We consider it a excellent addition to the Power Source section of your stockpile. When SHTF you’ll be glad you planned ahead with this Radio Flashlight Battery Bank Combo.