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Hand Crank Radios

Post by ReadyMom on Sun Aug 12, 2018 12:11 am

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RADIOS FOR RECEIVING ONLY

There is a virtually unlimited variety of radios available for AM, FM and SW reception. In addition, hand held scanners are available which will scan virtually all available civil and military channels except the cell phone frequencies. The best information, of course, will come from sources outside our country, and that means listening to shortwave broadcasts at night. Knowing which frequencies to listen for on shortwave gets complicated, so a shortwave frequency guide is a big help. For local scanning with a hand held scanner, check the scanner frequency guide for helpful information.

We need to limit the selection of radios to those which are .... ---CONTINUED at LINK, above---
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Re: Hand Crank Radios

Post by rick1 on Fri Sep 28, 2018 10:56 am

I have 3 radios that are AM, FM, SW, NOAA.

They can be charged by solar, AA batteries, AC, DC, or hand crank. One of these radios I use daily in the garage. I have it sitting on the window seal and it keeps charged by the sun.

You can get one of these for about $50.00 and it's well worth it.

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Post by TRex2 on Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:46 pm

rick1 wrote:I have 3 radios that are AM, FM, SW, NOAA.

They can be charged by solar, AA batteries, AC, DC, or hand crank. One of these radios I use daily in the garage. I have it sitting on the window seal and it keeps charged by the sun.

You can get one of these for about $50.00 and it's well worth it.
Can you tell us what make and model they are?
(Without going to your bug out location or breaking into your Faraday container, of course.)

If you use them, from time to time, it would be nice to know how well they perform.

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Post by rick1 on Sat Nov 17, 2018 6:58 pm

TRex2 wrote:
rick1 wrote:I have 3 radios that are AM, FM, SW, NOAA.

They can be charged by solar, AA batteries, AC, DC, or hand crank. One of these radios I use daily in the garage. I have it sitting on the window seal and it keeps charged by the sun.

You can get one of these for about $50.00 and it's well worth it.
Can you tell us what make and model they are?
(Without going to your bug out location or breaking into your Faraday container, of course.)

If you use them, from time to time, it would be nice to know how well they perform.  

Hey TRex2, glad you took my advice and joined up. The radios I have are Kaito Voyager, model K500L, the one I use daily in the garage is about 4 years old and works like it was bought yesterday.  I'm not sure where I bought them, but I think it was either from e-bay or through wal-mart.

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Post by TRex2 on Thu Nov 22, 2018 5:14 pm

The radios I have are Kaito Voyager, model K500L,
Thanks, that will give me a good starting point.

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