Mecco Emergency Radio/Flashlight

Radio 1HAND CRANK SOLAR RADIO PLUS MORE

~ What ~
Measuring only 6 1/2 by 2 3/4 by 3 1/4 inches, this bright red electronic device is an AM/FM/NOAA radio that can be charged by hand, the sun, or via USB. It also includes a flashlight and power bank with output charging cables and 4 types of connector converters for mobile phones, MP3s, and MP4s. It arrives in a gift box with instructions.

~ Why ~Radio 2
Living in the Pacific Northwest, we occasionally get power outages, so I like to have proper emergency items on hand such as a radio and flashlight. I like how this one can be charged by 3 ways and it includes the weather station. Another nice feature is that I can charge my cellphone or other small electronics by turning a handle or putting the unit in the sun for charging. It is small and compact so easy to store.

~ Why Not ~
Those who are unconcerned about emergencies will not be interested in this product. Some may not like how small it is or that it cannot be plugged into an electrical socket, but the idea of it is to be self-contained while charging itself or other appliances.

~ Wish ~
It would be nice if the unit were available in other colors besides red.

~ Want ~
If you are looking an emergency radio that is self-contained and requires no batteries plus has a flashlight and can charge other electronics, this would be a wise choice to have on hand.

Thanks to Meco for this product that I am freely evaluating.

GRAMMARLY was used to check for errors in this review.

 

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1 Comment

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One response to “Mecco Emergency Radio/Flashlight

  1. Bill Esra

    Yes This would be great for my 72 survival kit

    Regards,

    Bill

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