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Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Item Classifieds' started by Kaboomer, Sep 3, 2014.

  1. Kaboomer

    Kaboomer Gresham, Oregon Member

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    BRAND NEW IN THE BOX!!! NEVER USED!!! Bought this a couple years ago and put it away. Only selling because I need something smaller for backpacking.

    $50---> Now only :eek: $40!


      • 2-way communication with other FR1000 radios
      • Mono AM/FM/NOAA radio
      • 7 NOAA weather channels plus NOAA alerts
      • Built-in cell phone charger (charging cable and adapter tips not included)
      • Hand-cranked dynamo
    From the Manufacturer
    From the Manufacturer The Etón FR-1000 Voicelink Radio is a battery or self-powered hand-crank radio that keeps you informed, even when the power is out. Tune into AM, FM and NOAA Weather Band frequencies for the most up-to-date information in case of an emergency. The FR-1000 Voicelink is more than just a radio though--it’s a multifunction powerhouse. The two-way walkie-talkie feature with GMRS technology lets you stay in touch with the outside world, while the cell phone charging jack ensures your access to available mobile phone networks. You also get a flashlight, a beacon light that can function as an SOS signal and a siren. And all of this can be powered with the twist of a crank.
    Large, ergonomic knobs make
    operating the FR-1000 easy
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    A Lifeline to Information
    Floods, fires, tornadoes, blizzards, and earthquakes--these are situations that nobody wants to find themselves in. The most critical resource during any emergency or natural disaster is information. Being able to make informed decisions and communicate with others is vital. The Etón FR-1000 Voicelink Radio is built from the ground up to be a rugged, highly portable communication tool. It has an AM/FM tuner for news and public service announcements, as well as entertainment. The NOAA Weather Band radio receives weather broadcasts, warnings and other emergency messages. It can also be set to automatically activate on its own, informing you of any new alerts.

    The Etón FR-1000 also ensures that your voice can be heard by others. The onboard two-way radio utilizes the GRMS/FRS bands, and is compatible with virtually every handheld radio and walkie-talkie on the market in America. It can be set to automatically scan through 22 channels and 121 privacy codes, allowing you to monitor or broadcast to those around you. Additionally, the VOX setting allows for convenient hands-free transmission. The FR-1000 can even keep you in touch with those who are farther away by charging cell phones via its on-board batteries or hand crank.

    Etón FR-1000 Makes Your Presence Known
    The Etón FR-1000 offers multiple communication options, maximizing your ability to stay connected with others no matter the situation. During the day, a built-in siren can emit a continuous tone to announce your presence. Activate the bright red LED signal beacon and "SOS" is spelled out in Morse Code, perfect for long distance signaling at night. The FR-1000 also comes equipped with a flashlight, ensuring that you'll never be left in the dark.

    Redundant Power Sources for Always-On Reliability
    Having a device that sports multiple modes of communication means nothing if there is no way to power it. Etón has designed the FR-1000 with that thought in mind. It can be powered via the included AC adapter and rechargeable battery pack, or by additional AA batteries. In the event that external power supplies are exhausted, the FR-1000 also employs a hand-operated dynamo. A few turns of its handle will bring light, news and information, no matter the situation.

    Seven bright LEDs light your way
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    Last edited: Nov 26, 2014
  2. Kaboomer

    Kaboomer Gresham, Oregon Member

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    Still available for sale! :cool: