ER310 E+READY® Emergency Crank Weather Radio

A must for emergency preparedness, the ER310 emergency weather alert crank radio keeps you informed in case of severe weather or civil emergency with multiple sustainable power options. Recharge your USB compatible devices, use the Cree LED flashlight for power outages or navigating low-light areas, be found in an emergency with the high frequency dog whistle.

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Features


Multiple Sustainable Power Sources – Solar, hand crank, rechargeable battery

Extremely Bright Flashlight Uses Cree®* LEDs – 1400 Lux

SOS Flashlight Beacon – Activates Morse code for emergency assistance

Ultrasonic Dog Whistle - May assist search and rescue teams in locating individuals during an emergency situation

Long Battery Life – 2600 mAh rechargeable Li-Ion battery gives up to 32 hours of normal use

Smartphone/Tablet Charger – Charge your devices through USB connection

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What's in the box


  • Radio with Rechargeable Battery
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
  • Owner’s Manual

Accessories


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REVIEWS


Emergency Crank Weather Radio is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 25.
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 5 out of 5 by from You Will Like It! Although I gave it 5 stars, I have only two minor issues. They need to redesign the handle, I can not stand the unit on one end to point the flashlight straight up as a lantern to illuminate a room. Second, the micro usb charging port is hard to get to and hard to see to make sure you are putting the connector in right. I would use some sort of easy round charging port. The flash light is great, throw a very far beam of light at least 75 yards or more! All radio functions great, picks up some stations my other radios can not!
Date published: 2018-11-14
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 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 3 out of 5 by from Down fall is you cannot order replacement parts so if you break an antenna like me just forget it. Also if it gets too hot outside and you have the radio on your dash expect the solar panel cover to melt and shrink. Overall happy with the radio but not with Midland for not having replacement parts especially for a radio at this cost.
Date published: 2017-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Support? I asked for and received the ER310 for Christmas. It has met my expectations so far until today I plugged it in to charge and nothing happened. The crank and solar charge indicators work fine, just the mini usb fails. Also, the rubber weather cover for the usb and headphone areas has two poorly constructed tabs that broke almost day one. thankfully the cover stays on from the molding but should be stronger
Date published: 2018-06-26
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
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QUESTIONS


How long does it take to recharge the battery using sunlight? Is sunlight charging sufficient to run the radio continuously?

Asked by: LarryR
Hello! To get a full charge with the solar on the ER310, it would take 50 hours of peak sun exposure.  There are only about 4-5 hours a day that  have peak sun on average.  It would take about 10-13 sunny days to fully charge the battery through solar.  If the radio is on, the battery will eventually become depleted.  In standby the radios battery should stay charged.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-10-19

Does this have an internal ferrite loopstick for AM reception? If so, how is it oriented in the radio? I’d like to be able to use it for direction finding. 

Asked by: Ham-Hiker
Hello! The AM antenna is parallel to the line of buttons on the front of the radio.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-10-19

Does the cellphone charger actually charge the phone? When phone is plugged in it does not appear to be charging.

Asked by: Mayberry
Hello! Yes, the USB port will charge your cell phone. We recommend that the ER310 Emergency Crank Weather Radio is fully charged when using as an additional power source to charge your phone.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-10-16

What are the differences between the ER210 and ER310? Also curious about the battery options, looks to have AA slots and a rechargeable battery slot that can use wired and non wired li-on batteries. What’s the difference?  Also where’s the solar panel?

Asked by: Onyx
Hello! The ER310 has additional features not included in the ER210 such as Ultrasonic Dog Whistle, longer battery life, and 6 'AA' Battery Back-Up Power Options (batteries not included). The solar panel is located on the top of the ER310.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-10-16

New ER 310. Alert went off with siren and light flashing. Can not turn radio off. Could not tune, adjust volume, activate lite. Nothing worked except the alert announcement. Had to turn off the battery to silence.

Asked by: Beachbum
Press any button to silence an alert. Press and hold BAND for two seconds if you want to turn off the radio. Pressing WX ALERT button puts the radio back into "Weather Alert" mode, and it will await the next watch or warning. The flashing "WX" indicates the radio is in "Weather Alert" mode. Remember to keep the radio plugged into a wall outlet if you plan on leaving it in WX ALERT mode, as it will be continuously operating and needs the electricity. When their battery power is low, electronic devices can act a bit quirky. If you have additional questions please call Midland Customer Service at 816-241-8500 M-F 8am-4:30pm CST.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-05-31

We have an alarm that beeps about midnight every night for about 60sec, and it is not for an emergency weather alert. We could not find any info in the manual about an alarm. What is causing the alarm to go off?

Asked by: IrishK80
Please call customer service at 816-241-8500 M-F 8am-4:30pm CST. There is no alarm on the ER310 so we are curious to learn more about this. If you can record this happening and email it to [email protected] that would be great as well. Thank you.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-05-28

I live in the mountain of the southwest of Mexico. I use radio Midlands to talk, and I need to integrate a weather radio to my kit. This radio offer weather warning in this área? Regards, Fernando

Asked by: Fermountain
In the US and Canada weather information is broadcast 24/7/365. Mexico uses the same frequencies, but for earthquake warnings only. Their national earthquake warning system is called SASMEX, the Mexican Seismic Alert System. In areas of Mexico covered by transmitters, a “weather radio” would carry no weather information but would instead alert you to an incoming earthquake.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-06-23

The manual mentions rotation of the antenna but I can't do this. However, I can see people rotating it in some posted videos. Did something change on the model?

Asked by: Adirondack Explorer
The ER310 has always had a rotatable antenna, and we have not made any design changes. To rotate the antenna, the telescopic antenna has to be full extended. To fully extend, pull the antenna out at a 90 degree angle to the radio until you see a joint with a screw head. This will notify you that the antenna is fully extended so you will be able to rotate.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2020-06-15
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