Well, at least we'll know what you're doing, anyway.
The Weather Channel® Stormtracker™ Series Weather Alert Radio’s by Vector help keep informed with public broadcasts of all-hazard emergency alerts through The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio. By leaving the Stormtracker in alert/lock mode 24/7, when an all-hazard emergency or weather alert is broadcast by NOAA, the Stormtracker sounds an audible alert to notify you a message is pending. Move the switch or depress a button, (depending on the model) to hear the NOAA report.
The Stormtracker units are always ready to use. The main power is a dry cell or rechargeable battery, 12 volt DC power or 120 volt AC power. The rechargeable, hand-crank battery is a secondary power source for emergency use when the battery, 12 volt DC power or 120 volts AC are not available. When the power goes out for a long period of time and all battery sources have been depleted, a built-in hand-crank provides back-up power for radio, LED area light and cell phone charging functions.
And it has a 5" TV screen and AM-FM radio, too. It's not cable ready, but whaddya want for $60?Posted by Linkmeister at August 14, 2007 08:19 AM | TrackBack