Midland GXT1000VP4 50-Channel GMRS/FRS Radios

Midland GXT1000VP4 50-Channel GMRS/FRS Radios


The Midland GXT1000VP4 50-Channel GMRS/FRS Radios helps you stay in touch with group members during hunting, hiking, or camping excursions.


  • Vibrate alert for silent page or call notification
  • Keystroke Tones Audible tones with each key press
  • Automatic alert for severe weather/hazard information 24/7
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GXT1000VP4 GMRS/FRS radios from Midland include an extra 28 channels for increased privacy, the maximum legal talk power and splashing water won't hurt them. Plus, they include nine levels of VOX sensitivity and an SOS siren allows you to send out distress/locator signals in an emergency situation. 

  • 22 Channels PLUS 28 EXTRA CHANNELS - Clear, crisp communication with easy button access
  • JIS4 Waterproof* - Protection against light rain or splashing water from all directions on the radio
  • 284 Privacy Codes - Gives you up to 5560 channel options to help you block other conversations
  • X-TRA TALK Power - Maximum allowed by law
  • SOS Siren - Allows you to send out distress/locator signals in an emergency situation
  • Weather Scan - Easily scans the active weather channel in your area
  • Direct Call - Allows you to instantly contact one member of your party without alerting the others 
  • 10 Call Alerts - Different call tones to notify you of incoming calls from your group
  • eVOX - 9 Sensitivity Levels, Easy voice activation, No need for external microphone
  • Channel Scan - Automatically checks channels for activity
  • Dual Watch - Lets you monitor two channels 
  • Auto Squelch - Removes annoying background noise
  • Keypad Lock - Locks in your selected settings
  • Whisper- Allows you to whisper and the receiving radio hears it at full volume
  • Monitor - Checks for any activity within your channel
  • HI/MED/LO Power Settings - Lets you adjust transmit power & conserve battery life
  • Roger Beep - Indicates call completion
  • Silent Operation - Turns off all tones for quiet operation
  • Bright Backlit Display [LCD] - Easy to read day or night 
  • Mic and Headphone Jacks
  • Battery Life Extender - Provides longer battery life
  • Drop-in Charger Capable
  • Dual Power Options - 4 standard "AA" batteries (not included) or rechargeable batteries
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