CrazyFire hiking weather radio
CrazyFire hiking weather radio

Camping would not be complete without a radio for you to listen to some amazing music around the campfire before going to sleep.

Radios are very important for a safe camping tour. Weather can replace fast, and the latest weather warnings can make the difference between death and life.

Technical advancements, over the last two decades, contain the use of hand cranks for energy generation.

This means that the radio never needs new batteries and is best for an indefinite period.

Additional developments are the doubling up of hand cranks to power torches and power-packs.

Why you need CrazyFire Solar Hand Crank NOAA Weather Radio?

This weather radio is around the same weight as the Syihlon and takes up a quite more area in a backpack.

The radio comes with a fold-away hand crank and a 2Ah lithium-ion battery. 1 minute of crank time equates to twenty minutes of radio at general volume or 10 minutes of lighting.

The stored power in the battery serves as a power pack to charge other gadgets via the USB port.

CrazyFire hiking weather radio
CrazyFire Solar Hand Crank NOAA Weather Radio Review

Features

  • Charging: Solar panel, hand crank, micro-USB
  • Power: 2Ah Li-Lion battery
  • Light: 1W LED flashlight, reading lamp
  • Colors: Orange, Blue
  • Weight, Dimensions, 0.65lb, 6.0×3.0×2.5 Inches

Three modes

The radio has three radio modes, including the NOAA weather band. This radio has one spotlight and no reading light, which reaches a brilliance of 120 lumens.

The battery is sufficient to power the light for up fifteen hours on single power or charges the radio for up to twelve hours.

The radio has an alarm that will sound and can glow in emergencies when depressed.

And to change the theme, this radio comes in an orange or bright blue to make it simpler to find in the field.

2000mAh power bank & SOS alarm

The emergency weather radio is furnished with a 2000 mAh power bank, offering emergency power to your phone, and the storm radio offers up to twelve hours of flashlight time or 8-12 hours of radio time when completely charged.

Pressing the flashlight key for five seconds, there are flashing lights and alarm to ask for help in an emergency.

FM/AM & NOAA weather alert radio for emergency

Keep this FM/AM & NOAA weather radio with your family, broadcasting the best weather forecast for you.

Keep you and your family secure from tornadoes, hurricanes, and storms.

1W LED Flashlight

Solar radio has a one W super-bright flashlight, delivering the highest output of 120 lumens. It is perfect for camping, hiking, or other dark situations.

Warranty

This hurricane radio has a twelve-month warranty. If you have an issue about the product, you can return the product.

Pros

  • Multiple techniques of charging
  • Emergency alarm
  • Reading light

Cons

  • Single light

Conclusion

The CrazyFire portable radio is the lightest and smallest, but it also emerges the least powerful of three.

The functionality is best, the little size may make it less prone to stress in a backpack, and it is IPX3 waterproof.

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