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It might not help you in the case of a nuclear fallout, but just in case the power grids ever fail you and you want to find out news about what’s going on in the world, this solar powered is the answer. The Freeplay EyeMax LED Radio pumps out AM and FM broadcasts, and can keep charging its battery even when the radio’s playingSolar Radio

It might not help you in case of a nuclear fallout, but if the power grids ever fail and you want news about what’s going on in the world, this solar powered radio is the answer. The Freeplay EyeMax LED Radio pumps out AM and FM broadcasts, and can keep charging its battery even when the radio’s playing. And just in case there is a nuclear fallout, the makers have equipped the radio with a super efficient hand crank on the back that can turn 30 seconds of cranking into 35 minutes of power. If you’re just keeping it in your home for emergency use, it also has the standard AC power adapter, and a handy 100,000 hour LED flashlight built in. This is definitely an item to add to your emergency armageddon survival package. Click here to order your own.

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