Fwd: Free Shipping On Weather Radios. Be Prepared!

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Pete Hubbard

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May 9, 2014, 3:57:11 PM5/9/14
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Owen just sent me this email about several alert radios.

I just asked Bob Hamlin if he had plans to bulk buy similar radios - like he did 5 years ago.  He said no because "they are old technology". He said Nixle is much better (if your cell phone can receive text messages) because you can see the alert message. If you have an alert radio, you could miss the audible message. Maybe newer radios offer the ability to replay the last message. 

Bob has set up Nixle so it automatically transmits NOAA Alert messages to us. You can save the text message on your phone for future reference. 

If you haven't register for Nixle, please do so - http://www.nixle.com/

Pete

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Subject: Free Shipping On Weather Radios. Be Prepared!
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In light of the tragic events over the weekend AES is offering free shipping* on all weather radios until the end of May.

Midland WR300
Midland WR300

AM/FM Alarm Clock Radio with NOAA Weather/All Hazards - For security, be alert to conditions that affect you. Offers 30 programmable S.A.M.E codes for area specific alerts, AM/FM tuning, date, time, alarm functions, and automatically switches from AM/FM to all-hazard alerts.
Operates from included AC power adapter or (4) AA batteries (not included).
$49.95



Midland WR120 Weather Receiver
Midland WR120

Alarm Clock with NOAA Weather/All Hazards - Features: S.A.M.E. localized reception; Color coded Alert Indicators; Alarm Clock with Snooze; Single, Multiple, or Any S.A.M.E. program settings; User Selectable Warning System - Voice, Display, or Tone alert types; All Hazards Alert include - Amber Alert, Nuclear Power Plant Warning, Biological Hazard Warning, Civil Emergency Message, Fire Warning, and Landslide Warning. Can use (3) AA Batteries for back-up power.
$39.95

Midland HH50
Midland HH50

Pocket Weather Alert Radio - Broadcasts all hazard alerts brought to you by NOAA for around-the-clock severe weather information. Automatic alert system turns on in the event of dangerous weather or civil emergencies. Water resistant, with a 6-inch telescoping antenna. Runs on 3 AAA batteries.
$24.95
Midland XT511
Midland XT511

GMRS/FRS AM/FM Weather Alert Emergency Crank Base Camp Radio - The XT511 keeps you up-to-date on news and weather alerts even when there is no electricity. It has five power options which include operating on 4 standard “AA” batteries, Rechargeable Battery Pack, Dynamo Crank, AC Adapter, or DC Adapter. A built-in 22-Channel GMRS & FRS two-way radio makes this the ultimate communication tool.
$69.95


*
Free ground shipping promotion on weather radios ends 5/31/14. If other items are added to the order and it's still under $100 we will refund your ground shipping charges. The orders will be shipped at a method of our choosing.



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Janet and/or Willi

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May 9, 2014, 4:16:22 PM5/9/14
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Would a cell phone wake somebody up with a text message??
Janet


Pete Hubbard

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May 9, 2014, 4:28:36 PM5/9/14
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Janet,

My cell phone is always either on me or near me. There is a unique audible sound when I get a text msg and it vibrates in case I have the sound turned down. I got an amber alert the other day and the sound shocked me. It would have woken me up. I have a feeling a NOAA/Nixle Alert would do the same in case of a major alert. (I need to ask Bob about that.)  
For those who don't have a phone that can receive text msgs, and who want redundancy, they should invest in a radio.

If you are away from your home, then return, do you check your radio for alerts? Is there a blinking light or something to attract your attention? 

Pete   
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