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Published in : 2014-05-11 | by John Strabismus
A quick look at my Freeplay Plus. It can be powered with a solar panel, a 6 Volt input, or a wind up dynamo. It originally cost about $100. These aren't for sale anymore.
Published in : 2015-07-21 | by AP Archive
English/Nat Production of the world's first clockwork powered radio gets underway in South Africa this month. It's the brainchild of English inventor Trevor Baylis - who came up with...
Published in : 2015-04-27 | by John Strabismus
I want to fix my Freeplay Plus wind up radio, but I'm having problems finding the right part. If anybody knows about these things I'd appreciate some advice. Thanks.
Published in : 2012-10-13 | by John de Giorgio
The original Freeplay FPR2 invented by Trevor Bayliss and manufactured in South Africa in 1999. No batteries at all. Just a clockwork powered generator and a solar panel to help out on sunny...
Published in : 2009-06-10 | by DurhamRadio
This old TV commercial features the BayGen Freeplay windup/solar powered radio. It was one of the few radios of it kind back then and was considered a breakthrough in technology. Newer self-powered...
Published in : 2015-03-17 | by BBC Earth Lab
In 1994 Tomorrow's World met Trevor Baylis, the inventor of the wind-up radio. Subscribe for more awesome science -
Published in : 2016-10-15 | by Seismic Radio
TUF is a survival radio with it's own mini generator and a solar charging. The radio can be used as a torch, clock and hand cell phone charger. The product review tests the radio against some...
Published in : 2014-08-14 | by Andrewshadowy
An excellent Invention and also radio is very good also. I got mine in 1999 but sadly it broke. I demonstrate that you can still use on batteries even though this kind of defeats the object...
Published in : 2015-06-24 | by Stephen Cooper