High frequency Q&A:
1. Does iRonsnow IS-088 support AAA battery?
A: It doesn’t support. iRonsnow IS-090 supports.
2. Can iRonsnow IS-088 charge iPhone/iPad/Kindle/Gopro/Blackberry?
A: It can charge iPhone 5/6/7 Plus and iPad Air. Can charge Kindle/Gopro/Blackberry/Android phone which support USB charge.
3:Does iRonsnow IS-088 support headphone jack?
A: It doesn’t support. iRonsnow IS-092 supports.
4.How does the weather radio work?
A: Only when you turn on the NOAA channel, it will issue the alert.
5.How bright is the light on a scale of 1-10? 1 a dim candle and 10 a superbright LED.
A: It’s about a 9. (answered by customer Tigdi). Seller answer: 5000lux @120mm, 0.25W/7 Lumen.
6. How is the range on the am/fm?
A: Generally, 60KM (38 Miles) for FM, 100KM (62 Miles) for AM. Depend the area, some customer answer: I live in the very rural central Arizona outback, and I pick up my favourite Phoenix AM station, some 120 miles away, better than my regular radio
7. what’s the effect of the solar panel?
A: It depend the weather. Actually it is a SURVIVAL EMERGENCY radio, can not work as a professional solar power bank.
iRonsnow IS-088 Dynamo Emergency Solar Hand Crank Self Powered AM/FM NOAA Weather Radio, LED Flashlight, Smart Phone Charger Power Bank with Cables
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-iRonsnow IS-088 Radio
-USB Charging Cable
-30-Day Money Back Guarantee
-12 Month Replacement Warranty
-Lifetime Support Guarantee
Compact AM/FM NOAA Weather Radio and a powerful 3 LED flashlight, with cell phone charger. iRonsnow Official focus on making emergency equipment. Your creditable emergency expert.
Offers a choice of self-charge, solar and external recharge power options. 1000mAh battery.
3 ways to charge: micro usb/hand crank/solar.Dimensions: 5″ x 2.4″ x 1.6″ .Weight: less than 0.5 lbs.
Very compact, light, and easy to carry, good survival kit when cellphone powered off or disaster weather.
From 2015 to 2018, iRonsnow has helped more than 300,000 USA people to live through the hurricane season and snowstorm season.