Ambient Weather WR-111-B-AC Emergency Solar Hand Crank Weather Alert Radio, Flashlight, Smart Phone Charger with AC Adaptor

April 9, 2014 - Comment

Power Specifications: Dynamo Power: The hand crank generator charges the internal Lithium Ion battery Solar Power: You can play this Radio with the direct Sun or charge the Lithium Ion battery USB Power: With the included adapter, you can play or charge with USB power from a computer Rechargeable Power: 3.7V/800 mAh Lithium Ion Battery

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(as of 06/07/2017 17:49 UTC - Details)

Power Specifications:
Dynamo Power: The hand crank generator charges the internal Lithium Ion battery
Solar Power: You can play this Radio with the direct Sun or charge the Lithium Ion battery
USB Power: With the included adapter, you can play or charge with USB power from a computer
Rechargeable Power: 3.7V/800 mAh Lithium Ion Battery Included (non-proprietary)
Maximum Power Consumption: 0.5W
Radio Bands:
AM: 525 KHz to 1710KHz
FM: 88MHz to 108 MHz
Digital 7-Channel Weather Band
Weather Alert Mode with audible and visual indication
Other Features:
USB Charging Cable
Mini, Micro, and USB charging tips included (Appleā„¢ owners can use the USB cable that came with your IPod, IPhone, or IPad)
3-LED Flashlight
Flashlight Intensity: 15 lumens
Retractable Antenna
Audio Out for Personal Head Phones
Wrist lanyard
Dimensions: 5.5″ x 3.0″ x 2.0″
Weight: less than 0.5 lbs.
Benefits:
Ideal as an everyday radio, MP3/MP4 USB dock and an essential part of any preparedness kit. Always ready to provide vital information and illumination in any emergency.
Rubberized finish makes the ADVENTURER comfortable to grip.
Green energy – a sustainable product that’s built to last.
The WR-111 offers a real alternative to grid electricity or fossil fuels, so you can feel cleaner about your nature experience. Never worry about buying, carrying or disposing of batteries again.
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Product Features

  • A must for any emergency toolkit, Bug Out Bag, or just hanging out at the beach, the ADVENTURER combines multiple emergency features into one compact package.
  • The ADVENTURER is a five way charger – charge from a USB device (computer), AC or wall power (included), DC or car charger (with optional converter), hand crank, or solar panel (solar panel is a battery life extender and will not fully charge the battery).
  • The ADVENTURER sets itself apart from other crank chargers – you can fully charge the WR-111B through the USB/AC/DC adaptor, and when you need it, charge the smart phone or PDA with no cranking.
  • The AC adaptor is included with this package. This allows you to keep the battery charged at all times for the impending emergency, and also extends the battery life. The unit consumes more power in weather alert mode due to continuous scanning.
  • The ADVENTURER utilizes a powerful, non-proprietary LIR123A 3.7V/800 mAh rechargeable lithium ion battery to provide lasting emergency power. This battery can easily be replaced after years of service.

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Comments

JET says:

Great Product Finally, a small emergency hand crank weather radio that really works. I’ve owned several hand crank emergency radios and none of them have operated as advertised. In my opinion most of them are junk but in comparison this Ambient Weather WR-111 works great with only a few minor complaints that I will list below.The basic premise of an emergency radio is easy. When the crap hits the fan you need an emergency radio that you can count on to work off the grid. There are two things that this radio needs to be able to do to be useful in most emergency situations; (1) It has to be able to power up after being stored for many months without the luxury of being plugged into the electrical grid or an inexhaustible supply of alkaline batteries and (2) it needs to be able to receive radio transmissions a reasonable distance from the transmitter. Now that sounds simple, but it’s been difficult for anyone to get it right in the past while keeping the size, weight and price down. This…

lemon says:

“Weather alert” mode drains battery Overall this is a good product. The radio itself seems sturdy. I’m a bit hard of hearing and the radio is loud enough for me. The radio stations and weather station both came in very clearly. The cell phone charger worked, as well. But the feature I was most excited about was the “weather alert” mode, and that is where a bit of disappointment settled in.When I first opened the box I removed the tab from the battery compartment and fully charged the radio with the USB adapter per the manual recommendations. I listened to the radio for 30 minutes and then set it on “weather alert” mode. I placed the radio in a sunny window so it would continue to charge through the solar panel. The next morning when I woke up I noticed the radio was no longer in weather alert mode and only the time was displayed on the radio. I turned the radio on and got about 3 mins of play before it shut off and flashed a battery warning.I was confused as to why the radio only gave me 30…

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