Uniden 40 Mile FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio w/Li-Ion Charger & Headsets - 2-Pack

Uniden 40 Mile FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio w/Li-Ion Charger & Headsets - 2-Pack
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40 Mile FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio w/Li-Ion Charger & Headsets - 2-Pack

  • 22 Channels
  • 121 Privacy Codes
  • Lithium Ion Batteries
  • NOAA With Alerts
  • Power Boost
  • Water Resistant (JIS4)
  • 10 Call Tones
  • VOX Headset Jack
  • Emergency Strobe Light
  • USB Charging with Cradle

In Touch, When You Need it, No Contract
Uniden GMRS/FRS Radios keep you in touch when you are out and about with family and friends. Use them when you are camping, shopping, biking, car caravaning, and more without using your mobile phone's minutes or data plan.

Lithium Ion Batteries w/Charger
Uses advanced battery technology for less weight and longer operation time.

22 Channels
The radio's 22 channels let you select the channel that is right for you. Pick a channel that no one else is using for uninterrupted communications. These channels operate on industry-standard frequencies, so you can easily communicate with people using other models or brands.

121 Privacy Codes
Combined with the channel selection, setting a privacy code keeps you hearing only the people you want to hear. Set everyone in your group to the same channel and privacy code to keep other groups comms from interrupting yours.

Power Boost
Reserve your radio's battery power for when you need it most. Normal PTT transmits at less than 1 W ERP, which is normally plenty of power. However, if you need a little extra punch to get through trees or buildings, the Power Boost key increases power to about 1.7W ERP. (Channels 1-7, 15-22 only.)

NOAA Weather Alert
Alerts you to hazardous conditions as they arise.

Water Resistant
Your radio is designed to meet JIS Level 4 Water Resistance Standards. Great for use when NOAA tells you you might get some rain, today.

Emergency Strobe Light
Use as a flashlight, an attention getter, or to strobe-signal SOS if you really get into trouble.

License-Free Operation
No license is required to use the FRS Only channels (7-14).

Convenient Charging
The included USB-powered charging cradle lets you easily charge the radios between uses. Or, use a standard USB mini cable to charge your radios from any standard USB source, such as your mobile phone's charger, your laptop, or PC.

VOX Operation
Hands busy? No problem! The convenient VOX feature activates transmit when you start talking, even if you are not using a headset.

Headset Convenience
Plug in the included earbud speaker mic to keep your comms from scaring off the wildlife.

Carabineer Loop Belt Clips
The included belt clips let you clip the radio to your belt. Or, use the big loop at the top of the belt clip to secure the radio to your gear using a carabineer (not included).

10 Call Tones
Set a personal call tone so that others know when you are calling.

Line-Of-Sight Operation
Rated at up to 30 Miles Range, these two-way radios give the best range when there is a clear view between the radios. We test these radios from mountain peak to valley to ensure that they can meet the stated range. Your actual range will usually be limited by the curve of the earth, hills, buildings, trees, and other obstructions.
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