Midland E+Ready ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio

Midland E+Ready ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio

Midland E+Ready ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio

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Product Highlights

  • Multiple Sustainable Power Sources
  • NOAA Weather Radio with Alert
  • Cree LED Flashlight - 130 Lumens
  • Ultrasonic Dog Whistle
  • SOS Flashlight Beacon
  • Battery Provides Up to 32 Hours of Life
  • AA Battery Back-Up Power Option
  • Smartphone/Tablet Charger
  • Low, High Flashlight Modes
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Midland ER310 overview

  • 1Description

The E+Ready ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio from Midland is a valuable tool for emergency situations. It not only keeps you informed during severe weather or civil emergencies, but it can alert search and rescue teams to your whereabouts as well. It can be powered via a solar panel, a hand crank, or its rechargeable Li-ion battery, ensuring long-lasting functionality. As a back-up power option, the ER310 can run on six AA batteries.

The radio can tune in AM and FM frequencies, as well as NOAA weather channels. There are seven preset weather channels with a frequency band between 162.400 and 162.550 MHz. A built-in flashlight with a Cree LED provides 130 lumens of light. It has low, high, and strobe modes, as well as an SOS beacon, which transmits SOS in Morse code for emergency assistance. An ultrasonic dog whistle can help alert canine search-and-rescue teams to your position.

Weather Alert Function
When a weather alert is received the weather alert function will sound an audible siren, and the flashlight and LCD screen will flash on and off for 1 minute to alert you to the incoming information.
Emergency Help
The Cree LED flashlight can be used as an emergency beacon that flashes SOS in Morse Code. An ultrasonic dog whistle can help alert canine search-and-rescue teams to your position.
Long Battery Life
The included 2600mAh battery provides up to 32 hours of normal use. As a back-up power option, the ER310 can run on six AA batteries.
USB Charger
Charge the internal battery through the USB charger, or plug in your smartphones or tablets to charge them right from the radio's USB outlet.
LCD Screen
The LCD screen displays radio information as well as a clock, and can be backlit for use in low light situations.
UPC: 046014753105
In the Box
Midland E+Ready ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio
  • 2600mAh Li-ion Battery
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    Midland ER310 specs

    Channels 7 weather presets
    Frequency Band 162.400 - 162.550 MHz
    AM/FM Tuner Yes
    Antenna Yes, built-in
    Connections 1 x Headphone jack
    1 x USB output port
    1 x USB input port
    FCC Compliance Part 15
    Light Source Cree LED
    Lumen Output 130 lumens
    Display Backlit LCD screen
    Recharging Time Hand Crank: 1 minute of hand cranking = up to 9 minutes of radio use
    Solar Panel: 1 hour in optimal sunlight = up to 45 minutes of radio use
    USB Charger: 5.5 hours = up to 25 hours of use
    Battery 1 x 3.7 VDC, 2600 mAh Li-ion battery
    6 x AA Batteries (Backup Power Source)
    Dimensions 8.0 x 2.3 x 3.4" / 20.3 x 5.8 x 8.6 cm
    Weight With battery: 1.46 lb / 0.7 kg
    Without battery: 1.0 lb / 0.5 kg
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    Package Weight 1.55 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 9.7 x 6.9 x 3.0"

    Midland ER310 reviews

    E+Ready ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Alert Radio is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 13.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from I remember Midland radios from back in the hay-day of CB’s, the 1970s. Always good quality and a good signal. I am a licensed Ham Radio Operator today and I am still impressed by the quality of workmanship and quality of signal. The ER-310 has many great features but one stands out for me; Other “emergency crank radios” can only be charged by solar or crank… both taking a long time. The ER-310 can also be charged with an included USB cable. This makes re-charging SO MUCH EASIER. I have bought 4 radios now; for myself and other Ham Radio friends. They all enjoy and appreciate these fine radios. Especially during Hurricane Season here in FLorida.
    Date published: 2017-09-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bought this radio just before hurricane Irma. it ran for 2 days before i got to charge it after the storm. it still had two charge bars left so it would have gone more. solar charged it after that. worked great but takes more time to charge. not a complaint. huge piece of mind when your house is shaking and you have no power to be able to get updates on the storm. we were able to get the weather update that told us that Irma had turned a little east and we were through the worst of the storm. we had no power for the next 9 days but we had all the local info we needed thanks to this radio. buy it and put it in your hurricane kit now. Irma survivor Englewood Florida
    Date published: 2017-09-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Over the years I have either purchased or use Midland radios and found them to be a good product. The E310 E+ emergency radio continues with the tradition. Two things about this radio that i have to be comment on. I can’t tell when the dog whistle is on or off. I read the manual for the E310 prior to purchasing it and it leads one to believe the antenna had a swivel feature which it does not. Having the antenna with the swivel feature would be great. One could hang the radio on a limb and position the antenna for the strongest signal. Present antenna requires the owner to turn their body around to get the strongest signal. In the mountains where I live this added feature would be great to have. The radio appears to be able to pick up most of the AM, FM and NOAA signals one would need in an emergency situation. I can recommend this radio “as is.”
    Date published: 2017-07-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very good reception I was lucky enough to receive and test this product as a Ranger for the Dyrt. I'm glad I chose this item, as I have already been through two good storms this year and this unit came in handy. Out in the woods and over on the coast during a rain and windstorm, I was surprised at the reception of both AM/FM radio and NOAA. The sound was good, especially for this type of unit. I also feel that this was very well built, what else can you expect from the first name in radios. I don't really have any criticisms, and I was looking. I guess you can't use the flashlight or radio function while charging your phone via included micro usb, but that's a trade off I'll take for the convenience of phone charging on the go. Solar is also nice, but that and the hand crank aren't the best mode of recharging the included Lith. Ion batt. Instead use the micro usb and charge via 110v wall outlet. All in all a good unit and well worth it, built to last and does what is expected form a emergency radio.
    Date published: 2018-05-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Going to buy more I bought this for a friend in Negril Jamaica as a birthday present...he has his own fruit stand biz across from my resort..he's open from 9am til 6:30pm & this radio plays all day long from his over night charge..nice & clear audio too..amazing little radio for sure..
    Date published: 2018-03-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from We’re very pleased with this radio. It performs exactly as advertised. I hope we never need to use it in a serious emergency, which here in Florida would be a major hurricane, and some occasional tornadoes, but I have confidence in it. A major issue here is power loss for extended periods, which has happened before. I like that it has multiple power options, in addition to plug-in AC. The solar, battery (both Li-ion and double-AA), plus hand crank sources should keep us connected. I also like 2 features I think are quite clever, but potentially important. One is the continuous SOS beacon. We’ve had hurricanes where flooding has marooned people onto their roofs, even into trees. This could attract rescue aircraft. Second is the dog whistle. We might not use that locally, but if we tried to evacuate with our car, and subsequently became blocked and stranded, perhaps had to abandon the car, search & rescue teams might find us. That’s also where its self-contained portability is a plus. My only suggestion might be making the radio water resistant. Since heavy rain & flooding are typical with most of the weather threats we’ve faced here.
    Date published: 2017-06-27
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Backcountry Approved As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I get to test and review products in the field. I brought out this Midland radio with me on my most recent trek through the backcountry and overall found it to be a handy device. Two things that I love about this radio specifically in the camping setting include: 1. being able to set alerts for incoming severe weather. This can be particularly useful when out hiking as it eliminates the need to constantly scan the radio for updates or search for cell reception in order to access the weather & 2. strong reception and battery life. I found the reception and audio quality to be quite clear while using the device out in the backcountry. I had the radio playing for essentially 2 days straight without needing to recharge the device, which is particularly helpful when you do not have access to electricity. I did not love having to mess around with the device for quite a bit before discovering that the lithium ion battery needs to be removed and connected in order to start up the device initially. There also is no button protector for the power button and in a fully packed backpack, the radio is susceptible to randomly turning on and off at times. You could maybe avoid this by hooking the radio by its handle on the outside of the pack. At 2.95” x 6.85” x 9.61”, the radio is about the size of a loaf a bread and takes up approximately 3.2 L of space which is roughly 5% of a 65 L pack. I like to economize my pack weight and space as much as possible so I am not sure if I will take this out on every trip moving forward but certainly on the trips where the weather is uncertain.
    Date published: 2018-05-28
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great tool in case of an emergency i can get,to the moment on weather conditions on call. I like the 3 ways the unit has power. AAA batteries,Li-ion battery and hand crank. Not to mention other features. Note! I can charge the Li-ion battery with my c-Phone charger,a plus!
    Date published: 2016-01-13
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