Kaito KA404W Emergency Hand Crank Dynamo 5-LED Flashlight with AM/FM/NOAA Weather Radio

Brand: Kaito
Product Code: KA404W

Price: $19.99

Seamlessly combining an LED flashlight, an AM/FM /NOAA weather radio and a cell phone charger together, the KA404W is not only an ideal companion for your outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, backpacking and etc, but also an invaluable and indispensable tool for your emergency preparedness needs thanks to its revolutionary design and engineering. 

Using LED, the most durable and energy-efficient solution, as its light source, the KA404W comes with a total of 5 LED bulbs for bright illumination, let it be on a campsite or during a power outage at home.. To keep you connected to the outside world while you are out in the wild, or get stranded during a natural disaster or an emergency situation, the KA404W features a tuner that covers a wide range of broadcasting including AM/FM for your favorite music, news, sports, traffic and other programs plus all 7 NOAA weather channels, which provide 24/7 real-time local weather conditions as well as emergency alerts. Better yet, this flashlight also features 5V DC output port to be used to charge cell phone or other compatible portable device when necessary. 

The USB port is perfect for charging most cell phones on the market, the Micro USB cable is included to charge out or charge in the built-in battery. 


FM: 88 - 108 MHz 

AM: 520 -1710 KHz 
# of NOAA weather channels: 7 
Internal speaker 
5V DC USB input 
5V DC USB output 
Dimensions: 8 ¼ x 4 ¼ X 4 ¼ inches 
Weight: 6.3 oz 

What's in the box: 

KA404 LED flashlight with AM/FM NOAA weather radio 

USB charging cable 
User manual






6.8 x 2.7 x 2.3 inches



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