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|Maximum Output Power||2 Watts|
|Durability||Meets Military Specs|
|Digital Standard||Analog Only|
We use this radio to communicate to each other all over the plant and they do a good job. The radio could use a longer reception range. The radios get damaged easily around moisture. We have over 100 radio's in a box because of corrosion issues.
Our surveying and engineering firm recently upgraded our two way radios to Kenwood's TK-3400U16P model. After 2 months of daily use in our surveying department at 7 to 10 hours a day, I can not report any cons of owning this radio. They are excellent radios (5 stars) for what we need them for. When it is time to replace our old Motorola radios will not hesitate to get another set. **Side note** To go with the radios we also purchased T-REIGN ProHolster Case, if your use of the radio will be around water or in the bush you may want to pick these up also. These holsters have kept our radios secure from being dropped and lost while surveying heavily wooded and brushy areas.
I have tried to use this onsite at music festivals and other events and they barely get reception once the other person is out of site (and i'm just talking a block or two in most cases). They've barely been used just because they get no reception.