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Midland ER102 Weather Alert Radio

Item # 427318
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Key Features

  • Dynamo crank for emergency charge

  • Local AM/FM and 7 preset weather channels provided

  • Thermometer with freeze alert

  • Display, voice, and flashlight alerts

  • Water-resistant

Our Price  $49.99
Sale Price  $39.99

Availability: Backordered.
Delivery not guaranteed by Christmas.

  • Please note: This item can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.
  • Additional discounts do not apply.
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Product Description
midland The ER102 emergency crank radio is the perfect severe weather survival tool. The dynamo crank allows you to recharge the radio during a power outage or when away from a power source. Stay informed with 7 weather channels or local AM/FM broadcasts. Equipped with a thermometer with freeze alert, warnings for hazardous conditions, and flashlight visual alerts for the hearing impaired. Features an alarm clock with weather channel, AM/FM, and buzz settings. Telescoping antenna provides crystal-clear reception. Water-resistant. USB connector allows you to charge other electronic devices such as cell phones (cable not included). Can use up to four sources of power: 3 AA alkaline batteries, AC adapter, crank, or rechargeable battery. Includes radio, AC adapter, and owner's manual.

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