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What to Look for in an Emergency Radio

The last thing you want to lose in an emergency is access to vital news, weather and information. Unfortunately, it's often one of the first things you do lose. We depend on readily available electricity to power and charge our devices; if we lose that, it's only a matter of hours - or minutes - until all contact with the outside world is cut off, including NOAA and local radio stations. Enter the emergency radio - the Swiss Army knife of emergency gear. If you get an emergency radio, you have what you need before you need it, which is what you want in an emergency. Look for these features in an emergency radio: Multiple power options, including DC, crank, solar, and batteries; cell phone charger; alarm clock; built-in flashlight (LED is better as the energy use is much smaller); rugged and durable; portable; AM, FM, and NOAA channels; some models include S.A.M.E. NOAA weather alerts (which let you choose to hear alerts local to you) and GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) that lets you hear and broadcast on limited frequencies. (GMRS licenses are granted by the FCC; they are valid for you and your family, last 5 years, and there is no test.) Eton is a respected manufacturer of emergency radios under the American Red Cross name. Shop our Eton emergency radios here.

What to Look for in an Emergency Radio