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Uniden Two-Way Radios and Walkie Talkies

When searching for a communication system to stay verbally connected, consider the convenience that 2-way radios and walkie talkies offer when you're out of sight from another person. Whether you're hiking, exploring the Outback or riding in separate vehicles, you'll stay connected even when separated by kilometres of terrain. Various Uniden two-way radios models are available along with practical accessories to accommodate any activity or lifestyle.

Submersible

When using Uniden UHF 2-way radios and walkie talkies, you have access to 22 radio channels and 284 privacy codes for considerable communication options. Should you drop the submersible radio into water, it floats and pops up. If for some reason it doesn't come to the surface, the radio can stay underwater to a depth of 1 metre for up to 30 minutes. Moreover, the Direct Call mode allows you to speak to a specific person by entering a 4-digit code so your conversations stay private. When you're done, you simply return to 'all mode' to stay in touch with all members of the group.

Water-Resistance

Equally convenient are water-resistant Uniden two-way radios that take the brunt of raindrops and keep on performing. They include a power boost feature that ups the power to 1.7W ERP, or effective radiated power, to overcome obstructions, such as trees and buildings. Regardless of whether you carry a submersible or water-resistant radio, each one has an emergency strobe light that serves as a flashlight, or you can use the light to signal SOS in an emergency.

Accessories

To keep from disturbing others, use the headset that includes an earbud speaker mic and communicate hands free by turning on the VOX feature that transmits sound as soon as you start talking. Another convenient feature is the built-in clip you can use to attach the radio to your belt.

Range

Depending on the model, Uniden two-way radios are rated for coverage from 60 to 80 kilometres. The manufacturer tests the radios in various terrains, such as hills and valleys and urban and community areas, that include a mix of obstructions.

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