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Retevis H777 Two-Way Radios Set of Six Review

With many sets of two-way radios, the incoming signals can sound crackly and fuzzy. But with this six pack set from Retevis, you’ll enjoy the surprisingly clear reception. Unlike many models of walkie talkies on the market, this set even works well in urban environments. If you need an indoor set to use around town, […]

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Motorola Talkabout T460 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Review

The Talkabout T460 two-way radios by Motorola are rugged enough for any outdoor adventure and are super handy to boot. In fact, they’re perfect for skiing, biking, fishing, camping and long hikes. These walkie talkies offer a longer range and simple, but powerful features that make them a must-have on your next outdoor adventure. While […]

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Uniden Submersible FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio Review

These two-way radios by Uniden are submersible GMRS and FRS models that feature a fifty-mile range. This set is designed for all kinds of outdoor activities and comes equipped with all the high-end qualities you’d need in a pair of walkie talkies, because like your adventures, these walkie talkies have no limits. This was one […]

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Midland GXT2050VP4 GMRS Two-Way Radios Review

The GXT2050VP4 GMRS two-way radios by Midland feature a total of fifty channels and includes two headsets, NOAA weather alerts, dual desktop charger, DC adapter, lithium ion battery packs and an impressive thirty-six-mile range. A handy set to take along on your next outing, this set comes with all the bells and whistles you could […]

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Motorola MR350TPR Talkabout Two-Way Radio Review

This MR350TPR Talkabout two-way radio pack of three by Motorola is designed as the ultimate communication walkie talkie set for those who are serious about the outdoors. This set of three offers great value for teams who are participating in outdoor or indoor activities. Each radio offers an impressive range of up to thirty-five miles. […]

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