Motorola MD200R FRS Two-Way – 20 Mile Radio Pack – Black

January 31, 2014 - Comment

Functional New Design: The Talkabout MD200R is designed for great looks, as well as solid, functional operations. The location and size of the big buttons make operating this radio a breeze, even when wearing gloves. The sleek rugged housing protects the radio whether it’s being used on the playground, in the neighborhood, the campground or

Functional New Design: The Talkabout MD200R is designed for great looks, as well as solid, functional operations. The location and size of the big buttons make operating this radio a breeze, even when wearing gloves. The sleek rugged housing protects the radio whether it’s being used on the playground, in the neighborhood, the campground or at the mall. The MD200R includes: 2 radios, 2 NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 2 belt clips, 1 Y cable charging adaptor with 2 connectors, 1 user guide, 1 accessories sheet.

Product Features

  • The Motorola Talkabout MD200 has a range of up to 20 miles for indoor and outdoor communication.
  • The location and size of the big buttons make operating this radio a breeze, even when wearing gloves.
  • The sleek rugged housing protects the radio whether it’s being used on the playground, in the neighborhood, the campground or at the mall.
  • The MD200R includes: 2 radios, 2 NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 2 belt clips, 1 Y cable charging adaptor with 2 connectors, 1 user guide, 1 accessories sheet.

Comments

DISNEYBOOKS says:

Excellent Walkie-Talkie for kids for indoor or outdoor use. We purchased this set from Amazon marketplace after hearing from a friend who purchased the exact set from REI for her kids. I was a bit hesitant at first when I read some other folks review here, but we thought if we’re using them for young kids under 10-year-old, it’s worth trying them (just using them around our small house or bring them to a hike/camping trip was the main reason).So far it held up well. Kids dropped them on to the wooden floor and carpeted area, and that didn’t…

Matt W says:

Clear and easy to use 0

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