5 Years Old
I got my Kaito Voyager 5 years ago and put it through a test of every function it has. Seems like a quality unit. We get the Most accurate weather report from the National Weather Service on this radio. The Solar panel requires full sun, and the crank requires patience, but it works on Alkaline and at the flip of a switch you are on nicad rechargeable.
Posted on 11/19/11 by AndyWrite A Review
What’s in the box?
- 1 Katio™ Voyager™ Radio
- Micro USB charging cable
- Earbud headphones
- Related Products
- Tech Specs
Download PDFKaito Voyager ManualWeight: 1.22 lbs. (19.5 oz.) Dimensions: 5.5” high x 8” wide x 2” thick Radio Size: 8” x 5” x 2.6” Radio Ports:
- Earphone Jack
- USB Port Charge Out (Many cellphones, mp3 player, etc.) Charge Built-in Battery
- AC Adapter 3.5 mm Jack (adapter sold separately)
- AM: 520-1710 KHz
- FM: 87.00-108.00 MHz
- SW1: 3.20-9.00 MHz
- SW2: 9.00-22.00 MHz
- Weather Band: 7 Pre-set Channels
- Additional Info
*The AA batteries, and AC adapter are sold separately. One-year warranty through Kaito.
- This radio is durable, yet lightweight with a rubberized body that is water resistant<./li>
- NOAA stands for National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
- When using the NOAA Weather Alert, it is recommended that the radio is plugged into a power source through the USB Port (In) or AC Adapter 3.5 mm jack (AC adapter not included)
- One minute of winding will give roughly 12 minutes of radio play
- The optional AA batteries cannot be recharged in the radio, only the internal Ni-MH battery is rechargeable.
- 6 ways to power the Radio: Hand Crank Dynamo, Solar Panel, USB Power In, AC Power In, 3 AA Batteries, Built-in Rechargeable Ni-MH Battery.
- Red or Green LED lights on the front of the radio indicate when the radio is on or when the batteries are low
- 3 lighting options: 5 LED reading lamp lights (under solar panel), white LED light, flashlight red S.O.S. LED for emergencies