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  • #8058174
  • Manufacturer: LA Crosse
  • UPC #757456986838
  • Model #810-805
  • The La Crosse handheld NOAA weather radio helps you stay aware of weather events while at home or on the go. Portable size is great for camping, hiking or boating. Listen to your choice of 7 different weather band channels for up-to-the-minute weather information and alerts or AM/FM radio. The radio also features an integrated LED flashlight for your convenience.



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    Estimated to Ship By December 4, 2017

    Detail Description
    Detailed Description
    (Manufacturer # 810-805 )

    • Up to the minute weather information
    • Receives all 7 NOAA weather band channels
    • Automatically activates when severe weather or other emergencies threaten your local area
    • Blue backlight changes to red during alerts
    • Red alert LED light flashes during alerts
    • Standard AM/FM radio reception
    • High quality digital radio (USA made IC chip)
    • White LED flashlight (0.5 watt - low consumption)
    • Telescoping antenna & 3.5mm earphone jack
    • Hands-free stainless steel hanging clip w/lanyard
    Weather Band
    NOAA channels -6dB 162.4000 - 162.5500MHz
    AM 82dB - 540-1700KHz
    FM 10dB - 87.5 -108 MHz
    Power Requirements
    3 "AA" Alkaline batteries (not included)
    Optional 6 volt AC power adapter (not included)
    2.87" L x 1.20" W x 5.15" H


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