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|Safety Features||NOAA Weather Alerts, NOAA Weather Channels|
|Privacy Codes||Analog/Digital (CTCSS/DCS)|
I have not tested these radios fully, but the little bit I have they seem to have "spooky" clear reception. (That was a quote from my service manager in another building.) I have used it traveling once, and it works very well for vehicle to vehicle communication. I had to read the directions to program the radios several times to get them both on the same channels, and codes. I really like the belt clip. The other radios I had did not have them, and it is a bigger deal than one might think. So far I am pleased with the radios.
I used this product with my church Easter Passion play and they worked perfectly. Myself and the sound effects and camera man was able to communicate.
Great product. Have used it hunting a few times. Tested it across town. Signal is decent. I have a lot of mountains around so I don't need it for long range. Works great for my needs. I will likely buy another set in the near future
I use these for the day camp I run. The terrain is very hilly and covered with trees. We have tried other brands, these were the most successful. The charge lasts a long time. If you don't need them in the evening turning them off allowed them to last two weeks without being recharged. Very pleased with these
Overall the radios are good. With decent range. My wife and myself use them on our snowmobiles with the In helmet head set and push to talk button. THe volume is not super loud but we can hear each other. Mainly use them just to make not one person is too far ahead, need to stop or things of that nature. I wish the physical size of the unit itself was a bit smaller but they fit in my jacket pocket ok
Radios used around property for janitorial staff to communicate. May have to search for a clear channel as we are in an urban area and found others using the channels.May not have this problem in less congested areas.