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Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 Solar Dynamo Crank

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Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 Digital Solar Dynamo Crank
Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 Digital Solar Dynamo Crank

Introducing the KA600 Voyager Pro, a portable digital receiver designed for both everyday use & emergency preparedness applications.

It offers different methods to power up, including an optional AC/DC adapter, three A.A. batteries (not included),

The built-in rechargeable Ni-MH battery that the A.C. adapter, hand cranking can charge, or a computer and the patented flip-up 180-degree adjustable solar panel provides power for the radio even when no battery is installed.

With its revolutionary design and versatile functions, it’s not only an ideal choice of a bedside radio but also an indispensable tool for emergency preparedness purposes, traveling, camping, backpacking and other outdoor activities.

The Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 is designed for regular usage and emergency conditions. It provides six ways of charging, including an AC/DC adapter,  built-in rechargeable, 3 A.A. batteries, hand-crank,  5 USB input, hand-crank generator, and the flip-up 180-degree adjustable solar panel.

Not only is the KA600 a perfect choice for your bedside radio. Its revolutionary design and best features are made for an extensive range of applications such as camping, traveling, and all types of open-air activities.

The radio device has an extensive band reception range, including F.M., AM, longwave, NOAA, and shortwave weather stations.

The seven weather channels are pre-programmed and numbered from one to seven. You can perfectly tune into the stations by turning the switch, no more guess job involved, four tuning techniques including direct digit entry, manual, Ats, and memory.

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Product Description Kaito Voyager Pro KA600 Digital Solar Dynamo Crank

The KA600 has a wide range of band reception, including AM, FM, longwave, shortwave, and NOAA weather stations.

The 7-weather channels are pre-programmed and numbered from 1-7. No more guesswork is involved. You can quickly and conveniently tune into the stations by turning the switch.

Plus, if the radio is set at the “Alert” mode, it will be automatically activated when it receives the alert signals from the NOAA weather stations.