All-Purpose Emergency Tool Works When You Need it: Vector Storm Tracker!
Most of the world knows the incredible fires that have been cremating a lot of the So. California landscape. Given that power lines went down faster than crystal wineglasses during an earthquake, , it’s an occurance to make one think about how fragile the weather, landscape and earth can be particularly living on the fault line and with such erie
weather and the unceasing fires, it’s made everyone in So. Ca– me included– start thinking about what’s affectionately known as an *earthquake kit* or maybe we should just call it a disaster kit because lately it’s been a bit of both. One of the newest devices out there that should be as much a part of this disaster kit as water, food, medicines and clothing is the Vector Storm Tracker
When that happens, make sure you have the Vector Storm Tracker.
This nifty machine does just about everything– do make sure you have enough electrical back up (read batteries, car cigarette lighter plug) to make everything work. The key to emergency preparedness is to have *everything* in place in one spot and updating things once a year (batteries, water, clothing, medication).
Particularly suitable for those who have been evacuated or suddenly without power for whatever reason this
Storm Tracker works no matter where you are
TV/Radio/Lantern with weather alert radio
Rechargeable with the hand crank
5 in solid state UHF/VHF black and white television
AUTOMATIC STORM ALERT warning alarm
7 channel NOAA weather frequencies warn of dangerous weather conditions and emergency information
Powerful halogen spotlight and a fluorescent tube lantern
The built in hand crank provides backup power for all radio functions and LED area light
Approximately 2 crank minutes provides up to 15 minutes of runtime for the radio or LED light
Weatherband stations & AM/FM radio
Spotlight & rear LED area light
Dynamo Power Crank for emergency use if all batteries fail
Corded, cordless, rechargeable, &/or uses batteries
Available at WholesaleConnection.com
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