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A Weather Radio Can Help You Prepare For The Worst

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Jack Kocsis Director of Commerce

A bluetooth weather radio is a must-have for any emergency kit, and it can really save your hide when you find yourself in the  Great Outdoors.

The weather radio is made by Eton (a respected radio company) is on sale today for just $40. It normally costs almost $70.

This thing is popular and also 62 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

This thing is popular and also 62 percent off (Photo via Amazon)

Eton FRX5 – All Purpose Weather Alert Radio with Bluetooth on sale for $49.99

On the product page, Eton implores you to “Harness Nature’s Power”:

In need of a weather alert radio that is rugged, rechargeable, reliable and uses nature’s power for the latest weather update and news? Look no further because the FRX5 BT can deliver it all and now it also has Bluetooth technology for easy streaming of your music and podcasts anytime and anywhere. The FRX5 BT is solar-powered, splashproof², smartphone and tablet charging, Bluetooth streaming and with S.A.M.E. technology. With the rechargeable lithium battery, super duper solar panel and hand crank power generator, it is an essential for everyday use at home, at work, or in the great outdoors. You now are essentially getting two products in one – a rugged weather radio with alerts and a speaker system where you can stream anything at anytime and anywhere!

Here are the six main functionalities of this nifty device:
  • Traveling Buddy
  • Radio From Any Adventure
  • Stream Your Music
  • On Extra Alert
  • Always Be In Charge
  • Enjoy Life Outdoors

And, while we are talking about Eton as a brand, you should check out their other offer today — over 60 percent off a wireless sound system.

Photo via Amazon

Photo via Amazon

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