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  • #6002098
  • Manufacturer: Grundig Eton
  • UPC #750254803833
  • Model #ARCFR360
  • Self-Powered AM/FM/NOAA Radio with Solar Power, Flashlight, and Cell Phone Charger When you need to stay informed in case of emergency, turn to the self-powered American Red Cross FR360. Hear news updates on AM and FM stations, and get the latest severe weather alerts with NOAA weather radio. A built-in cell phone charger enables you to keep your phone on and stay in touch, while the white LED light helps you see your surroundings. The siren and flashing red LED light can alert rescuers to your location. You'll be prepared for any emergency, and there's an added benefit—Eton Corporation will contribute 65 cents of the sales price to support the American Red Cross. Plus each radio includes American Red Cross disaster preparedness tips!



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    (Manufacturer # ARCFR360 )

    • Digital tuner with AM (520-1710 KHz) & FM (87-108MHz)
    • NOAA weatherband with alert - all 7 channels plus "Alert"
    • Built-in 4 white LED light source
    • 1 flashing red LED
    • Can be powered by the following 4 sources:
    • -Dynamo/hand crank which charges the Ni-MH battery
    • -From 3 AAA batteries (not included)
    • -AC Power
    • -Solar power which charges Ni-MH battery


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