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Midland GXT1050VP4 Radios With Headsets and Charger

Quick Overview

The Midland GXT-1050-VP4 boasts an amazing 5 watts of power, allowing for a range of up to 36 miles in optimal conditions (typically 2 miles or less in urban conditions). The GXT-1050VP4 is a full featured radio that includes everything you need! This value pack includes rechargeable batteries, a desktop charger with AC wall and DC vehicle adapters, and a pair of headsets with microphones. Created with the hunter in mind, the GXT1050 adds a "Mossy Oak" camouflage coloring and 5 animal call alerts.

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$74.99

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The Midland GXT-1050-VP4 boasts an amazing 5 watts of power, allowing for a range of up to 36 miles in optimal conditions (typically 2 miles or less in urban conditions). The GXT1050VP4 is a full featured radio that includes everything you need! This value pack includes rechargeable batteries, a desktop charger with AC wall and DC vehicle adapters, and a pair of headsets with microphones.

Created with the hunter in mind, the GXT-1050 adds a "Mossy Oak" camouflage coloring and 5 animal call alerts. The GXT-1050 is water resistant, and durable. This radio is designed to be used in all types of weather!

The GXT-1050 is also a weather radio, supporting both the NOAA weather channels and NOAA weather alerts. If severe weather is entering your area, the GXT-1050 can pro-actively alert you! Hands-free operation (with 9 sensitivity levels) is supported, and the hands-free feature is made simpler by the headsets included with this value pack! Other features include a vibrating alert, dual channel watch, selectable high/medium/low power modes, and channel scan. A 3 year warranty is also provided by the manufacturer on this model. The Midland GXT1050VP4 is also certified lead free.

The Midland GXT-1050 supports a total of 50 channels - 22 standard FRS/GMRS channels and 28 extra channels. Each standard channel supports 387 privacy codes. The GXT-1000 also has Midland’s new Whisper Mode. With the Whisper Mode enabled the radio will transmit at a high sound level even if you are whispering into the microphone.

This Midland GXT-1050-VP4 value pack includes two Midland headsets with boom microphones, a two pocket desktop charger, two rechargeable batteries, two belt clips, and both home and vehicle charging adapters!

Midland GXT1050VP4 Features

  • 50 Channels (22 Standard, 28 Extra)
  • 36 Mile Range
  • 7 FRS Channels
  • 8 GMRS Channels
  • 7 Shared FRS/GMRS Channels
  • 142 Privacy Codes
  • 5.0 Watt Output Power
  • Uses 4 AA Batteries or Rechargeable Battery Pack
  • Rechargeable NiMH Battery Pack Included
  • Desktop Charger Included
  • NOAA Weather Channels
  • NOAA Weather Alerts
  • Vibrate Alert
  • eVOX Hands-Free Operation (9 Sensitivity Levels)
  • Silent Operation
  • 10 Call Tones
  • Channel Scan
  • Dual Channel Watch
  • Auto Squelch
  • Roger Beep Tone
  • Backlit LCD Display
  • X-TRA TALK Power (Hi/Med/Low Settings)
  • Battery Meter
  • Low Battery Alert
  • Battery Saver
  • Keypad Lock
  • Monitor Function
  • Audible Button Beeps
  • Drop-In Charge Capable
  • Water Resistant - Meets JIS4 Specifications
  • Mic and Headphone Jacks
  • RoHS Compliant (Lead Free)
  • Three Year Manufacturer Warranty

Included with the Midland GXT1050VP4

  • Two Midland GXT1050 Radios
  • Two Midland Headsets
  • Two Belt Clips
  • Dual Pocket Desktop Charger
  • Two NiMH Rechargeable Battery Packs
  • AC Wall Adapter
  • DC Vehicle Adapter
  • Users Manual

Additional Information

Warranty3 Years
FCC IDMMAGXT950
Channels50
Maximum Output Power5 Watts
Radio TypeHandheld
ServicesFRS, GMRS
Safety FeaturesNOAA Weather Alerts, NOAA Weather Channels
Privacy CodesAnalog/Digital (CTCSS/DCS)
  1. brillant radios keep ccoming back and buying more every year review by daffy on 1/31/2016
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    brillant

  2. Excellent !!! review by babs on 1/28/2016
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    Phone problems are frequent; works well to communicate with my family in the area when needed !!!

  3. Just buy it. Did my reserch and I did get the camo. review by Buck on 12/17/2015
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    Great for my outings such as Ice fishing, Hunting and above all the weather feature.

  4. Working really well - clear and long range. review by Andy the Wine Guy on 11/14/2015
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    The radios are being used to keep our Vineyard Manager, tractor driver, and crew supervisor in contact at all times.

  5. GREAT!!! review by TRC on 10/26/2015
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    We use these radios in our school for safety/security purposes and they provide OUTSTANDING reception and communications capabilities.

  6. These arer the only ones we use! review by Rickb0658 on 9/14/2015
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    Great, easy to use,

  7. we come back and buy this product over and over again review by hurst on 8/17/2015
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    large scale farming practise great coverage

  8. Solid Radio review by Flatland slim on 11/24/2014
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    Range is solid compared to many competitors. I use it in difficult steep mountainous terrain of coniferous forests and rocky peaks with deep valleys an difficult terrain. No low power radio works well out here but these have been the best. Right up until it came unclipped and fell in deep brush somewhere over about a mile of impossible terrain. I'd buy it in bright orange next time and need a lanyard.

  9. I would buy these over and over again. review by ATV GRANDMA on 9/4/2014
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    WE LIVE A WAYS FROM OUR SHOP AND WITH OUR RADIOS WE KEEP IN CONSTANT CONTACT

  10. Not worth the money review by The Flyin Hawaiian on 8/3/2014
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    Used on a construction site and it worked good for a while.It was not long before the batteries would drain and not hold a charge very long,the audio was losing its clarity and 2 out of the 4 radios I purchased would send or receive half the time.

  11. Great Radios. Midland always great! review by Robo on 12/24/2013
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    Only time one of these let me down is when I lose it and it can't find it's way home.

  12. Excellent service!!! review by Hannes the Hunter on 1/27/2013
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    The battery charger doesnt seem to charge my radios, I've tried charging the radios a few times and it doesnt seem to work. Is it possible to replace the charger? Could you please contact me about buying another two sets of batteries for the radios.

  13. ***** star service and products review by Hannes on 1/10/2013
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    Would like to find out about a extra two sets of batteries because of the fact that we are away from power points for long periods of time.(Hunting in remote areas)

  14. Best ones we've had so far review by Rickb on 1/8/2013
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    These GXT Midlands are the best 2-ways we've used yet. They transmit all over our 140 acres of wooded area.

  15. We get the radios safe, sound & on time. review by Jenny on 11/27/2012
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    We use this product to train paragliding and trecking etc.

  16. Awesome review by laserbackfire on 11/19/2012
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    EVERYTHING IS TOTALY EPIC ABOUT IT!!! NOTHING NEGATIVE!!!

  17. all ok review by Rob on 11/6/2012
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    A pity that you cannot purchase one radio on its own. As I purchased 2 sets and had one faulty, it was not worth sending back from New Zealand for repair even it was still under warrantee, so I had to purchase another pair.

  18. Satisfied Customer!!! review by Garret4212 on 9/24/2012
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    I purchased these radios for use in case of emergency in order to maintain contact with loved ones. They are great for someone who needs to be quiet and use a headset as the "whisper" setting works great!!!

  19. PLEASE save your money and do not buy... review by Justin on 9/3/2012
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    We bought these radios as emergency / camping radios because of the advertised 36 mile range (ideal). I expected the range to be reduced under real world conditions, but the amount of range loss was astonishing. The most we have gotten out of these, on high power, was 1.3 miles, in direct line of sight, over open field.. And even then, the reception was horrible.. Put any buildings between you (we tested it in our surburban residential neighborhood) and the range drops to 3/4 of a mile AT BEST.. Again, this was on HIGH power transmission... Dont waste your money on these expensive TOYS, because thats all they are....

  20. Range Claim is a Joke! review by Bob on 7/26/2012
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    I have held an Amateur Radio Extra Class license since 1965, and have been building, collecting, repairing, and testing radios for almost 50 years. I was an avid CB'er back in the 60's and 70's, and have owned several dozen handheld amateur and cb radios over the years. The gxt1000vp4 and gxt1050vp4 (i own 2 1050's)are essentially the same radio, the only differences being the camo covering and 5 animal calls on the 1050. They share the same manual. These radios are very well made, both mechanically and electrically, and although not totally waterproof (buy the mil spec $150 model if you require real waterproofing), they are totally gasketed around both the battery compartment, as well as between the two halfs (i've broken them down completely), so they should be splashproof++. I looked up the specs on the rf power transistor located on the main board, and as far as i can tell, it is only rated at 3 watts output, so I don't see how midland can claim 5 watts output. These type radios, by law, must have a fixed antenna, to hopefully preclude anyone from easily attaching a linear amp to them, or an external high gain antenna, so I have not yet been able to hook them up to my test equipment to verify their real output power. what I have done, however, is see how far they could tramsmit in high power mode. living in florida, it's easy to find 2-3 miles of straight, flat beach, so another ham and I measured out 1/2/3 miles distance on a parallel beachside road, and then hit the beach, cell phones in hand as backup. Unfortunately, our results were very disappointing. With high power selected, running on 4 new alkaline batteries, in normal mode, we could not get a squelch break from either rig until we closed to within 1.4 miles from one another!! And then, the signal/modulation wasn't that good, broken, with static... very disapointing! So, believe what you will of the manufacturers bogus milage claims, but in my opinion, these rigs don't even hold a candle to even basic 5 watt CB radios (27mhz am/ssb)... Not recommended.

  21. I WOULD BUY THIS PRODUCT AGAIN AN AGAIN review by BRENDON THE COWMAN on 6/5/2012
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    WE USE THIS FOR OUR STAFF IN OUR FARMING PRATICE WE EMPLOYE 20 STAFF AND MILK 3500 COWS

  22. I would buy this product again and again review by daktari on 4/1/2012
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    This is the second set that I have purchased these for a friend. The operating instructions could be a little more user friendly (step by step), as we are hunters and unfamiliar with technical terms. (Not the sharpest knife in the drawer so to speak). I hope that this is helpful.

  23. Works Great, but Specs are Misleading review by Bill on 2/13/2012
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    I bought four of these radios to communicate with my family. I have been testing them for a month and find them to work well, however, I have discovered some drawbacks to 'features'. One of the reasons I bought this radio instead of others was because it had 50 channels, compared to only 22 offered by the competition. I thought this would give me clear talking on almost private channels while everyone else was stuck sharing 22 channels. 50 channels claimed is the biggest drawback of this radio. The reality is that it only has 22 channels, just like any other GMRS/FRS radio, and that the additional 28 channels are simply the first 22 AGAIN, but pre-programmed with CTCSS/DCS codes. For example, channel 23 is actually channel 1 paired with CTCSS code 38. The reason I find this to be a drawback is because it essentially makes the scanning feature useless. Since the scanner scans through all 50 channels, the time it spends scanning channels 23-50 is wasted, and channels 1-22 with no codes is scanned for only a fraction of the total scanning time. I noticed the top Uniden has a feature not present on the Midlands, called auto channel change. I wish I had this. This is where, after scanning, the lead user of a group of Uniden users can change the channel on ALL the groups hand sets right from his hand set, when he finds a clearer channel! The only disadvantage of the Uniden's is that I think they put out less power. But it has been my experience on my Midlands that the HI setting eats up the batteries quick anyway, and doesn't gain any significantly greater distance. That being said, I am tempted to look at the Trisquare radios too. Good Luck

  24. 36 review by militia sgt on 1/1/2012
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    don't expect any thing too special from these. nice for short range hunting /1.2-1.5 mile range/

  25. Good product excellent service review by rob on 12/6/2011
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    hunting

  26. good product review by jmac on 10/2/2011
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    used the radios elk hunting in the Pacific NW. Rugged country, heavy forests. Found the radios worked well. Disregard all boasts about range. You are never in "ideal" country for max range. However, it met my requirements of several miles in tough up/down heavy cover country.Keep the instruction manual with you, programing and changes are not intuitive, at least at first. The manual makes it easy!

  27. Easy order [...] review by Jimbo on 5/2/2011
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  28. [...] review by moomilker on 5/2/2011
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    useed for pig hunting

  29. GREAT EQUIPMENT ! review by GEE on 3/28/2011
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    I HAVE TESTED THESE MIDLAND RADIOS AT DISTANCES OF ABOUT 5 MILES AND HAVE RECEIVED CRISP AND CLEAR TRANSMISSIONS. THE UNITS ARE EASY TO USE AND THEY ARE AS THEY APPEAR IN THE PICTURE. THE CAMO FEATURES LOOK COOL. I TOOK IT TO WORK STRAIGHT OUT OF THE BOX WITHOUT CHARGING IT FOR THE INICIAL 24 HOURS AND IT GAVE ME A GOOD 8 HOUR RUN TIME. THE ANIMAL CALLS SOUNDS OK (THE WOLF CALL SOUNDS MORE REALISTIC MAKING IT MY FAVORITE). I HAVN'T DROPPED IT YET AND AIN'T PLANNING TO SO I DON'T KNOW HOW TUFF IT REALLY IS. I USE 125 READING GLASSES AND THE L.E.D. DISPLAY IS SO CLEAR THAT I CAN READ IT WITHOUT MY READING GLASSES. THIS OF COARSE IT GREAT IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS WHERE YOU CAN'T FIND YOUR GLASSES ON TIME. I'M STILL TESTING THESE UNIT OUT. AS A SURVIVALIST (BY HOBBY), I GIVE THESE RADIOS A 4 STAR RATING.

  30. These work as well as advertised. review by BIG DUDE on 1/3/2011
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    like the whisper mode

  31. Excellent Value for money review by Deaks on 11/6/2010
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    Can't believe how well these work in thick scrub and steep valleys. I have used some powerfull radios in the past and they usually cut out halfway down a regular hill I hunt when my mates stay up the top, these worked all the way down into the creek at the bottom. Impressive.

  32. I use them while Riding my Motorcycle review by Mo on 11/4/2010
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    I use the Midlands to communicate with other motorcycle riders on our road trips. Works best with a full face helmet - helps reduce noise.

  33. head set use review by bus doc on 11/4/2010
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    I purchased these radios to use while rideing quads , use with head sets vioce operated , they are not good for that use. they pick up the engine noise and turn on the mike to transmit, and all that can be heard is engine,, this happens on any level of sensivity, other wise seem to work good..

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