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Mayday C-79-500 Voyager Solar AM-FM Weather Band

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Product Description

11 Bands: AM/FM, Shortwave 1&2 and 7 Weather Bands

NOAA Weather Alert sends an Emergency Wireless Signal to the radio for local weather disasters

LED Flashlight plus 5 LED Reading Lamp

4 Way Power - Dynamo hand charging (no batteries required)- Solar Powered

3 "AA" - AC Adaptor (not included)

Mayday C-79-500 Voyager Solar AM-FM Weather BandGet the information you need when it matters with the Mayday C-79-500
Voyager Solar AM-FM Weather Band. Made to help you stay informed in the event of an emergency, this weather band radio
allows you to hear the latest news during a natural distaster or major power outage. 11 bands totalThe Mayday C-79-500
Voyager Solar AM-FM Weather Band is equipped with 11 bnnds, AM/FM, Shortwave 1 & 2 and 7 weather bands. This is one of
the best solar powered radios on the market. If you need information regarding a major emergency, you're covered.Special
Features IncludeNOAA Weather Alert4 way powerBuilt in USBWater resistant rubberized body11 bandsSolar powered
operationLED flashlight5 LED reading lampsSolar poweredThere is no electricity required! As part of your Doomsday
arsenal, this solar powered radio is a must have. If there is a major power outage or natural disaster, this solar
powered radio will allow you to hear the latest news. This is something no Doomsday prepper should be without.Water
resistantThe Mayday C-79-500 Voyager Solar AM-FM Weather Band is water resistant, rubberized body, so no matter what the
situation, it should work. Whether you are experiencing a hurricane, powere outage, earthquake or the like, this little
radio can withstand the elements and keep you informed. Built in USB and moreThe Mayday C-79-500 Voyager Solar AM-FM
Weather Band is equipped with a built in USB, two additional ports for charging cell phones, 4 way power, LED flashlight
plus LED reading lamp, and NOAA Weather Alerts that send an Emergency Wirepless Signal to the radio for local weather
disasters.

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