Motorola MH230TPR Rechargeable Two Way Radio 3 Pack, FRS/GMRS

November 29, 2013 - Comment

The MH230TPR features:A range of up to 23 miles under favorable conditions, 22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes for 2,662 combinations, Dual power: 10 hrs. Alkaline (3AAA) or 8hrs. NiMH, 11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert and scan feature, iVOX hands-free communication without the need of an audio accessory, QT (Quiet Talk) interruption

The MH230TPR features:A range of up to 23 miles under favorable conditions, 22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes for 2,662 combinations, Dual power: 10 hrs. Alkaline (3AAA) or 8hrs. NiMH, 11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert and scan feature, iVOX hands-free communication without the need of an audio accessory, QT (Quiet Talk) interruption filter, Backlit display, LCD battery meter, Battery save feature, Audible low battery alert, Keypad lock, 10 call tones, Time-out timer, Priority scan, Mini-USB charging port. Includes: 3 radios, 1 dual drop-in charger, 1 charging adapter, 3 belt clips and 3 NiMH battery packs. 3 earbuds with PTT microphone. Available in bright yellow.

Product Features

  • A range of up to 23 miles under favorable conditions
  • 22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes for 2,662 combinations
  • Dual power: 10 hrs. Alkaline (3AAA) or 8hrs. NiMH
  • 11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert and scan feature
  • iVOX hands-free communication without the need of an audio accessory

Comments

Vaughn "The answer man!" says:

Great 2-way radios! IMPRESSION BASED ON EXPERIENCE:This is my second pair of Motorola 2-Way radios. I have tried other bands like Midland and been very disappointed, but Motorola has never let me down. I needed two extra radios for a fishing trip to Colorado so that my father, my brother, my son and I could stay in touch. I was amazed at how good these radios did in the mountains. At one point I was over three miles away from my father on the other side of a mountain and we could still talk clearly. Now…

M. Carlos III says:

A good budget buy, but you’re better off spending the extra $20 for the MR355s. I bought 2 pair of these radios as well as 3 pair of the MR355s. They cost $20 less, so I could get about 3 pair of these for 2 pair of the MR355s. I distributed them to my supervisors, vehicle operators and field engineers in our open area shipyard.The reception is fine, although you do notice the clearer sound and slightly longer range of the MR355s (I’m talking only a couple hundred yards longer).The unit uses the supplied NiMH battery pack or 3 AAA’s. Of course,…

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