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LifeLine Emergency Kit with Hand-Crank Flashlight, Radio, Whistle, and Emergency Non-Power Phone

LifeLine Emergency Kit with Hand-Crank Flashlight, Radio, Whistle, and Emergency Non-Power Phone

LifeLine Emergency Kit with Hand-Crank Flashlight, Radio, Whistle, and Emergency Non-Power Phone

  • Non-Power Operation Slimline Phone
  • Dynamo Powered Hand Cranked Radio
  • Emergency Whistle with Compass, Magnifier, Thermometer and Keychain Strap
  • Dynamo Powered Hand Craned Flashlight

Slimline phone features:

*Non-power operation with wall plug

* Lighted Keypad * Redial Button

Dynamo Powered Radio

* Hand-cranked operation * AM/FM

* 1 min rotating at speed 120rpm; the radio

can play 40 to 55 min (depends on volume,

signal, strength, and battery status.

* Full charge by AC/DC adaptor about 2.5hrs

* Full charge by hand rotating about 90 min

* If full charged radio can play 6hrs

Whistle

* Compass * Weather thermometer

* Magnifier * Keychain strap

Dynamo Powered Flashlight
* Hand-cranked operation
* The Ni-MH rechargeable battery can fully charge and release for 500 times by DC power input
* By DC input, fully charge takes about 2 hrs the Max. charging capacity is about 30% of the battery
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List Price: $ 44.99

Price: $ 44.99

4 Comments/Reviews

  • Tom Hebditch says:

    can i take apart one of those hand crank LED flashlights and take out the part that is being cranked to produce the light. and some how put it on my bike wheel and when i pedal the bike it spins and recharges a 12v marine battery? any suggestions??? thanks
    im not using the battery to power the bike. im using the battery for my boat

  • Stellina Tsouris says:

    Does anyone know the science behind a hand-cranked flashlight? Only if you definately know you are correct. Thanks!

  • Camila Putini says:

    hand crank to produce electricity
    something like a hand crank flashlight.
    Is it basically a coil of wire and then a magnet moved in the coil.
    to change the ac to dc you use a diode.

  • Caltel T says:

    I wish to ship one and would like to know.

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