Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Riverwalker's Gear - Eye Max AM / FM / WB Emergency Radio

I use the EyeMax Weather Band radio which receives AM, FM, and the NOAA weather channels. It has a solar panel, which gives it the ability to power it yourself when it’s needed and will play all day in direct sunlight. It also has a built-in LED flashlight.The EyeMax Weather Band is a radio that you can depend on during an emergency. It has a yellow case with a rubberized finish and a very sturdy crank mechanism if there is no sun to charge the solar panel. It requires no batteries and will run for approximately one hour after a couple of minutes of winding on the crank. It also comes with an external charging adapter and will run for over 24 hours on a full charge. A separate headphone jack is also included. This radio is now my primary emergency radio, while my other emergency radio the Streetwise FSH250 Dynamo / Solar Radio Flashlight is now my primary back-up emergency radio. Always good to have a back-up!

You can get further information about the Eye-Max WB emergency radio at:

I've got both radios currently charging with the charging units in preparation for Hurricane Ike which looks to be heading to Texas.

Staying above the water line!



Anonymous said...

I need to get a radio similar to that as all my comms are battery dependent.

riverwalker said...

To: jennersen

I've sat outside on the patio and listened to Spurs games all the time with it. One push of the button on the backside and I get NOAA broadcasts.Got mine at Tractor Supply with a discount coupon I got in a mailing. The rubberized case makes it pretty shock-resistant. I have other radios that take batteries and I have re-chargeables for those but I really like solar power on my emergency radios - less weight too, no batteries to carry.
Thanks Jennersen. Been reading your posts when I get a chance but work's been a real bummer lately and just keeping up with my own posting's been tough.


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