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The solar-powered, trail-ready, smartphone-charging weather alert radio
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Headphone Jack

Alarm Clock

Receives AM/FM Radio

Auxiliary input for additional audio devices

Digital Tuner

Water Resistant and Rugged Design

LED Flashlight

Receives Shortwave Band

Solar or USB Power

USB Smartphone Charger

All-terrain, all-in-one

Stay in touch, in charge and on the right trail with the Raptor. In addition to the solar smartphone charger, weather alert and radio functions, it’s got guidance features galore. With an altimeter, thermometer, barometer, compass, chronograph, LED flashlight, and even a bottle opener, the Raptor is an indispensable tool for trailblazers and travelers.

Stay alert

When the “Alert” function is on, the radio will automatically broadcast emergency weather alerts for your area such as hurricanes, tornadoes and severe storms.

Listen up

Stay in tune and up to date with this AM/FM/NOAA weather band digital radio with display and alarm clock. If you want more than just the radio, there’s an AUX-input to play your own tunes. And, when you want to listen alone, just plug in your favorite headphones.

More power to you

The Raptor powers up in multiple ways. Take the Raptor in the sun or use the DC jack with mini USB cable to charge the Raptor’s built-in  rechargeable lithium battery.

Say hello

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. Great for emergency calls or texts on the trail.

On the go

Clip the Raptor on to your pack with the built-in carabiner and don’t worry about it getting wet—it’s splashproof (IPX-4).



2.87” x 8” x 1.25” (7.3 x 20.3 x 3.2 cm)


11.3 oz. (320 g)

How is the Raptor's compass calibrated?

Go to the CP mode. To calibrate the compass, press CAL until you see CAL in the upper right of the display. Then hold the RAPTOR horizontally and rotate it twice through 360 degrees at a rate of 15 seconds per rotation. After that, press CAL again and you’ll see dEC in the display, meaning declination. Us the up/down arrows to set the declination in the circle to ‘00’. Press CAL again to set the settings. It’s now calibrated to a declination of ‘0’ degrees.