NEW Motorola Talkabout T82 and T82 Extreme PMR446 Walkie Talkies Range
Available – End of August 2017
The TALKABOUT T82 is the perfect partner for your next adventure. Durable, with an IPx2 rating, the T82 can take the drops and splashes you’re likely to encounter on your treks.
The new hidden display makes calling easier and comes alive when you need it. The easy pairing button makes setup a breeze.
A built-in LED torch provides emergency light when needed so you can read your map in the dark. And with a range of up to 10km*, the T82 will ensure you stay connected.
The TALKABOUT T82 Extreme is the rugged travel companion you need on all your wildest adventures.
With an IPx4 rating, the T82 Extreme is weatherproof – able to withstand the harshest environments.
The new hidden display makes calling easier and comes alive when you need it. The easy pairing button makes setup a breeze. A built-in LED torch provides emergency light when needed so you can read your map in the dark. And with essential accessories and a range of up to 10km*, the TALKABOUT T82 Extreme keeps you in touch whether you’re on the roughest treks or highest peaks.
All of this is wrapped in a handy carrying case and available in twin, quad and Remote Speaker Microphone (RSM) packs.
Motorola T82/T82 Extreme Features:
- Durable: T82 – Splashproof, IPx2 rating. T82 Extreme Weatherproof, IPx4 rating
- Easy pairing for simple group call set-up
- Hidden display gives radio status
- Dual power – AA standard alkaline batteries or rechargeable NiMH batteries (included), USB charging
- 16 channels* plus 121 privacy codes
- LED Torch
- Vibrate alert & Hands-free
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DCRS are currently holding demonstration stock – if you would like to arrange a FREE test & trial simply contact Ash Robinson on 0800 043 2688
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