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Easy to use
Cheap but efficient answer to keeping in touch on one's estate
Having just moved to a 50 acre estate in mid wales my wife needed a means of keeping in touch with me, these radios proved ideal. She can now nag me where ever I try to hide.
Good quality walkie talkie, charger didnt work
The walkie talkies worked great, very easy to use. However they didn't come with any manuals to fully understand the features.
Also, the charger didn't seem to work, so I have to charge the batteries externally.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: charles-88
Okay for the money but a few design faults
I picked up a pair of these radios for work, mainly because they were one of the cheapest PMR 446 sets with "privacy" channels. They work well for the money but can be a bit irritating. I use them on a motorbike using "earhanger" earpieces rather than as walkie talkies.
The earpiece socket is 2.5mm rather than the normal 3.5mm so you need to buy earpieces specifically for these radios.
There is a battery indicator but it only seems to come on shortly before the radio dies.
The lock button on the front doesn't lock the volume keys which are quite chunky & tend to get pressed easily in a pocket
The default vox setting is off, when you insert an earpiece it puts the radio into permanent broadcast, you then can't operate the buttons on the radio until the earpiece is removed (took me a while to figure this out!) You then have to set the vox to on before inserting the ear piece. You have to do this every time the radio has been switched off & on again.
I find the volume through an earpiece too high even on the lowest setting, I have to wear an earplug to reduce the volume & make it bearable.
The good stuff; the radios came with 2 sets of rechargeable batteries & a charger, the battey life in receive mode tends to be around 6 - 8 hours, the sound quality is pretty good and the range is adequate for what I need.
For £30 they are pretty good and are okay for what I need.
Good value for it's Price, well made.
Good service, Good quality, I WOULD PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT AGAIN IF I REQUIRE MORE SETS, I HAVE OTHER MAKES BUT NOT TO THE STANDARD
Same price as toy ones but these ones work!!
My little one had asked for walkie talkies and having looked at the ridiculous price of toy ones and knowing they would not work decided to check out price of real ones. Deciding factor for these was the fact that they come with batteries that are rechargeable when plugged in and the price! He was so excited when they arrived and although instructions sounded complicated I managed to tune them into a private channel quite easily and we tried them out. i will add at this point that he is 4 years old. so we went out the front and he gradually mnoved further away from me to see how far they would go, so easy to use that he managed easily. He ended up right at the end of the road and I could still hear him perfectly and as tempting as it was to send him further just to see how far they could go I thought I better get him back in sight.