Then we'll need a full report on how those foods from the Prepper stockpile tasted... They were 10 years old, at least...
Any food poisoning experienced? Did you use the 10 year old salt and pepper packets too? Curious minds want to know!
I often post Amazon links for illustration of an item, but I try to always mention to shop around for the best price, but watch out for shipping costs.
There are very few things I have ordered from Amazon the last two or three years that did not have a free shipping option. $25 worth of other free shipping items and they all ship free. I keep a list of small things with low prices but qualify for the free shipping if the $25 minimum is met. If I need one item that qualifies but is less than $25 I add in one of the small items to get the total over$25, so I get the free shipping on the primary item, and get a secondary item as well.
i finally got it.im somewhat disapointed on the radio.i already figured the reception/signal aint the best.it turned the signal aint quite as good as i figure while inside.im letting t charge up before taking it outside. Flashlight works isn't the brightest.but plenty good for me.seeing how i have other flashlights. Haven't tried the cell charger yet.
now for my big issue.the hand crank handle won't stay in place.im thinking that has something to do with the pin that's suppose to hold in place.so i'll be letting them know about it.im. hoping for a replacement.
It's all enclosed. so there's no adding extra batteries.and no replacing the ones that's there.heres a pic of the back side showing the hand crank..the black is for recharging it.and the white one is for this phone im using.there's also a round plug.it's for a headset..
I found that radio here: https://etoncorp.com/products/fr1
It appears to use a lithium rechargeable battery, which is good.
I assume that the case can be opened (screws?) and the battery can be changed when it fails to charge.
They're not real clear on how to change the battery (welcome to the throw-away society).