Keep in contact with a friend over a range of up to 26 miles with the Midland X-Talker T31VP 2-Way Radios 2-Pack, which feature 22 GMRS/FRS channels with 38 privacy codes to help block other conversations. The weather alert function is designed to keep you updated about dangerous weather, and automatic squelching helps reduce static and interference. Scan function lets you find active channels. eVOX hands-free operation.
Features and Benefits
22 GMRS/FRS channels
5 NOAA weather channels provide access to weather information
38 privacy codes give you up to 836 channel options to help block others' conversations
LCD screen displays crisp, clear text
Scan function lets you find active channels
Call Alert notifies you of incoming calls from your group
Automatic squelching helps reduce static and interference
Weather alert helps you keep abreast of threatening weather
eVOX hands-free operation for easy voice activation
Rated 2 out of
Worst Walkie Talkies I ever boughtI purchased these on April 7, used them for a while while riding bikes but found that the batteries do not charge well. The cord has a usb attachment on one end with 2 mico usb on the other to plug both radios in at the same time. Well I did that and one of them took nearly twice as long to charge than the other and then did not charge to full. I then used them again until the batteries were worn out, I plugged one in at a time to charge and of course one of them still took longer than the other. I am returning them and getting a different kind.
The Midland X-Talker T31VP 2-Way Radios 2-Pack are designed to give you maximum range under optimum conditions.
Maximum Range - Little to No Sight Obstruction
Medium Range - Partial Obstruction to Line of Sight
Short Range - Major Obstruction to Line of Sight.
Optimum Conditions are:
● Over water
● Open rural areas without obstructions
● Flat areas where you can see the other person
To ensure you get maximum range:
● Be sure to use fresh or fully charged batteries - low batteries will cause low power conditions.
● Be sure you are on a GMRS channel - FRS channels are restricted by the FCC to low power.
● Be sure to set your radio to use Hi power.