Kaito "VOYAGER" Dynamo & Solar Powered Radio Product Description:
A perfect radio for emergency and disaster, it comes with all the features that you need in an emergency situation. It has a High quality AC type brushless generator, the solar panel powers the radio by itself and charges the built-in batteries as well. The solar panel is tiltable with any angels to face the sunlight to receive the energy during the day time.
6 Ways of Power:
The Voyager - Most versatile radio you will ever own. Built in Solar Panel, hand crank dynamo, and life saving NOAA weather alert. Charge your cell phone, and listen to the radio at the same time. It's like a Swiss Army radio!
There is absolutely no reason why everyone should not own at least one of these great radios, especially if you live in an area prone to natural disasters. Powered by a built-in adjustable solar panel, DC jack (adapter not included), or just crank the handle on the side and you have a human powered Emergency Radio.
The KA500 Voyager Radio has a 2 color 5-LED light opposite of the solar panel for reading, NOAA weather radio with 7 standard bands for all stations and weather alerts, AM, FM and shortwave coverage from 3.2Khz to 22Khz. Perhaps the most striking feature, the Voyager Radio has a built-in powered USB port so you can charge your cell phone or MP3 player. With the Voyager, you never have to purchase batteries again to power it. The included Ni-MH battery pack is charged by the hand crank dynamo or solar panel to provide power wherever you are! You can even charge the Voyager by plugging it into your PC's USB port!
The Voyager's Dual-Conversion receiver is actually quite sensitive for a portable emergency radio, on both AM/FM and Shortwave bands and we find that it makes an excellent daily radio, not just for emergencies. The NOAA Alert function allows the radio to turn itself on if there is a severe weather emergency alert. The radio will turn itself off when the broadcast is complete.
The Voyager is basically an LED flashlight, a shortwave/AM/FM receiver, a NOAA Weather Alert Radio, a solar panel, a cell phone/MP3 Player charger.