Eton Corporation, a leading emergency preparedness company and creator of green-powered electronics has joined hands with American Red Cross to introduce the TurboDyne Series- a new line of self-preparedness products. The best part about these roadside assistance products is that they are completely eco-friendly. And more than just being ‘green’ these products boast of a very stylish appearance.
The first product is the Road Torq which is said to be the first auto accessory by Eton Corporation. The self-powered spotlight and flashing beacon is designed to provide emergency assistance on the road and is powered by a hand turbine power generator – no batteries are ever required. The Road Torq features a retractable tripod, enabling the device to be used as a flashlight, or stood upright to be a steady flashing beacon to notify passing motorists.
The Axis, a self-powered AM/FM/NOAA emergency weather radio, will keep anyone prepared in an emergency situation. If left without power, the Axis features four white LED lights and one flashing red LED light, as well as a direct USB power transfer. The Axis is complete with a 3.5 mm headphone output, DC input, auxiliary input and a telescopic antenna for maximum range and reception. The Axis can be powered from three different sources: the hand turbine power generator, three AAA batteries and DC power.
In addition, Eton is announcing the Rover, a self-powered AM/FM/NOAA emergency weather radio complete with a three white LED light source. The Rover is powered by hand turbine power generator and features direct USB power transfer to charge cell phones and 3.5 mm headphone output.
All three products are also available in black. Also a portion of the sales will go to the American Red Cross. No news about the price of the kit.