Dynamo Solar Hand Crank AM FM Radio & Power Bank & LED Lantern


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The new Gen2 (Generation 2) Solar Emergency Radio Lantern now includes a new bigger 1200mAh rechargeable battery for longer runtimes during emergency use. This lantern functions as a radio, an LED lantern and a power bank as it can charge mobile phones via it's USB port (emergency charge only). One minute of turning the dynamo hand crank produces enough power for up to 15-20 minutes of LED light or AM/FM radio and a few minutes of mobile phone charge.


  • AM/FM Radio
  • Telescopic Antenna
  • 8x LED 65 Lumen LED Lantern
  • Emergency siren
  • 4-Way Power Options: Charge the radio lantern via the built-in hand crank, built-in solar panel, USB cable or use 3x AA batteries
  • Supplied with rechargeable battery
  • Includes AA slot so if you don't have the sun and don't want to handcrank, you can pop in 3x AA batteries to power it up
  • Includes a standard USB port so you can use your mobile phone's USB charging cord
  • Includes a micro usb cable for charging the radio lantern
  • Hanging Handle


  • Lantern Runtime: up to 20 hours+ (Low), 5 hours+ (High)
  • Radio Runtime: Up to 20 hours+ (depending on volume level)
  • Hand crank dynamo (1 minute = 15-20 minutes of torch or radio power)
  • Solar charging panel (approx 6-10 hours of sunlight for a full charge)
  • USB charging via the supplied USB cable (approx 6 hours for a full charge)
  • LED Charging light. Illuminates when radio is being charged from Hand Crank, Solar or USB
  • Emergency Mobile phone charging via the side standard USB (approx 1/2 phone charge)
  • Dimensions: 205x105x95 (mm)
  • Weight: 325g (with supplied rechargable battery)
  • Radio Frequency Receiver Range: AM: 520-1710KHz, FM: 87-108MHz
  • Power source: 3.7v 1200mAh Li-ion battery 
  • Available in Yellow colour

* We recommend 'topping up' the internal battery every 2 months by charging with solar, handcrank or usb to extend the battery's life and to keep it ready for power blackouts and storm season.