Receives AM/FM Radio
Auxiliary input for additional audio devices
Direct USB Power Transfer
Receives NOAA Weather Band Radio Stations
Weather or not
This incredibly versatile hand-powered, rechargeable digital weather radio has everything you need in case of an emergency—including a built-in digital clock and alarm. And its rugged design, compact size and moisture resistance makes it perfect for indoors or out. Keep the Axis at home, the office or in your car and you’ll always be in the know, well connected and all charged up.
Ready, set, go
Crank the hand turbine for one minute and you’ll produce enough power for 15-20 minutes of radio time or to make a 30-second phone call.
With this AM/FM/NOAA weather band digital radio you’ll always be in tune and up to date. The telescopic antenna provides enhanced range and reception. And, when you want to listen alone, just plug in your favorite headphones.
More power to you
The Axis powers up in multiple ways—via hand crank, built-in rechargeable battery or traditional batteries.
Light the way
The bright white LED flashlight is perfect for home, office or even the car. And the red flashing beacon is ideal for emergencies.
When the “Alert” function is on, the radio will automatically broadcast emergency weather alerts for your area such as hurricanes, tornadoes and severe storms.
To charge your smartphone, simply plug it into the USB port. Power will automatically “dump charge” to your phone, just like plugging into the wall.
6.375” x 6.625” x 2.125” (W x H x D)
162 x 168 x 54 mm (W x H x D)
1 lbs. 8.3 oz. (688 g)
The internal battery is a Ni-MH battery. Under normal use conditions the battery can be charged and discharged 500 times or more. However, if the battery is left to sit completely discharged for more than a couple of months the chemistry in the battery will be altered permanently causing the battery to lose the ability to store a significant amount of charge. It is best for you to service your device regularly, meaning that they should take the radio out and charge it completely using the USB cable at least once every 6 months, or better, once every quarter.
Remove the AAA batteries and unplug the rechargeable battery. Let the radio sit for 30 minutes, then put them back in. To play it from the AAAs press the button with the picture of the battery first, then POWER. To play if from the rechargeable, press the button with the picture of the crank, then turn the crank for 90 seconds and then press POWER. If it doesn’t play on the AAA batteries, they may need to be changed.