ER310 E+READY Emergency Crank Weather Radio

A must for emergency preparedness, the ER310 emergency 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.

ER310 Battery Installation Instructions

4.50 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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$59.99

What's in the box


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

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Reviewed by 2 customersWrite a review
4 out of 5

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.”

5 out of 5

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.