An Excellent Radio During A Power Failure
For keeping you in touch.
You should always be thinking home preparedness for the worse. You never know when the grid might go down and all you own to communicate with is not available.
Kaito KA500 5-way Powered Solar Power, Dynamo Crank, Wind Up Emergency AM/FM/SW/NOAA Weather Alert Radio with Flashlight, Reading Lamp and Cellphone Charger
Consider Carrying a Mini Emergency Radio
Would it not be a great relief if you could reach into your pocket or desk drawer and whip out a mini emergency radio to help you find out just what the hell is going on?
How gratifying would that be?
There will be a time in your life when your cell phone will not work (remember if the power is out, that cell phone just might be also, the towers they depend on work with the same electric power you do), the landline you discontinued months ago will not help you, and there is no electricity for you to plug in your charger or that old transistor radio that now has dead batteries.
A Mini Emergency Radio To The Rescue
This is the amazing Kaito KA-208 “Kaito Credit Card Radio”. Kaito created this “Pocket Radio” so people could finally have an ultra-light and super-powerful radio. The same size as a credit card (and only ⅞ of an inch thick), this is one of the tiniest radios on the market.
With perfectly cut fingernail notches, the tuning dial acts like a heat-seeking missile to find the station you need in a crisis.
This is so easy to own and so convenient to have in a glove compartment of your car, or your bug out bag, or the kitchen drawer. Even have one at work. You would be the office hero when the time came when everyone needed the same information from the outside world.
So consider the insurance of owning a mini emergency radio or owning more than just one. Survival Frog is having a special right now on the price of owning several.
Do yourself and family a favor by at least looking into it. With all these natural disasters going on all around us, it is a very good idea to have the option of staying in touch when the worse happens.