The world is getting more and more dangerous every day!
Natural and manmade disasters happen every day. Don’t assume that it will “never happen to you”. It can, and most likely, it will.
A hand-cranked flashlight is a flashlight powered by electricity generated by the muscle power of the person using it. The main advantage of a hand-cranked flashlight is that you do not have to change or recharge any batteries.
In situations where you need to use an emergency flashlight, there is a good chance that the cause of the emergency will be weather-related. If you happen to live in an area with frequent power outages due to extreme weather, you’ll know just how useful it can be to have a radio to keep in touch with the outside world.
Have peace of mind knowing you will always have a charge for your smartphone and tablet. Simply plug your device into the 5V--2.1A USB port and power from the unit will automatically 'dump charge' into your device.
Stay in tune and up to date with this AM/FM/NOAA weather radio. You can now use it for direct access to news and the battery will never run out!
Be prepared for blackouts and light up the night with backup emergency power. Manually-powered backup devices offer security when all other alternatives have failed. No matter the weather, you’ll be able to rely on your manual emergency power backup.
With available wind-up technology and AC/DC USB charging, the TrustyCharge is perfect for emergency lighting at home or in the next blackout. When using a standard USB port for charging, you can ensure that your essential devices will never go without power.
No batteries or wall electricity are required for TrustyCharge’s crank flashlight and radio. Don't let your family get caught in the dark searching for new batteries to power that old flashlight. With a crank flashlight and an emergency crank radio, all it takes is a few turns to generate bright LED illumination and receive vital weather and emergency information.
Due to the rise in the number of heat waves and natural disasters across the country, U.S. power outages have increased considerably over the last 20 years, and many families do not have what they need to effectively deal with these situations.