Motorola MT352TPR FRS Weatherproof Two-Way – 35 Mile Radio Triple Pack – Silver

December 1, 2013 - Comment

Extended Life Batteries: The MT series provide maximum battery life in a small package and is designed to withstand hours of extended usage providing users with up to 15 hrs of talk time. Weatherproof: With an IP-54 rating, the MT series flaunts its weatherproof ID design making it ideal for protection not only from dust,

Extended Life Batteries: The MT series provide maximum battery life in a small package and is designed to withstand hours of extended usage providing users with up to 15 hrs of talk time. Weatherproof: With an IP-54 rating, the MT series flaunts its weatherproof ID design making it ideal for protection not only from dust, but from wet weather conditions. Its emergency alert feature, built-in LED flashlight and NOAA weather alert channels provide a total emergency preparedness communication solution. Talkabout Clear: Boasting a high efficiency class D amplifier, the MT series radio delivers enhanced sound quality by reducing distortion at high volumes. Extra Power: Push-To-Talk Power Boost, when activated, allows you to extend the transmission range by increasing the transmitter power output while saving battery life when no power boost is necessary. Hands-Free Communication: With iVOX acting like a speakerphone and allowing hands-free communication, you can keep on moving without stopping to answer a call. Easy Charge: Use the provided mini-USB charger for portable convenience, great for charging at home or to take along to recharge in a hotel. While on the go, you can use our mini-USB car charger. If you are not on the move, the desktop charger is a good option, or simply use a mini-USB PC cable to charge from your PC when no power outlet is available. If none of these options are available, you can simply drop in standard alkaline batteries and you’re ready to start talking. Silent Signals: The VibraCall silent vibrating ringer is especially useful for locations where ringing can be intrusive. This feature is also great when noise from a sporting event would drown out your ring tone. MT352TPR includes: 3 radios, 3 NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 3 belt clips, 1 Y cable wall adapter with 2 mini-USB connectors, 1 wall adaptor with a single mini-USB connector, 1 Emergency Preparedness checklist sheet, 1 user guide, 1 accessories sheet.

Product Features

  • The Motorola Talkabout MT352 series is the recommended choice when it comes to battery life performance.
  • It has up to twice the amount of battery life than compared to the standard NiMH rechargeable battery pack.
  • With a range of up to 35 miles, it’s perfect for active outdoor excursions or life’s every day adventures.
  • The VibraCall silent vibrating ringer is especially useful for locations where ringing can be intrusive.
  • MT352TPR includes: 3 radios, 3 Earbuds with PTT Microphone, 3 NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 3 belt clips, 1 Y cable wall adapter with 2 mini-USB connectors, 1 wall adaptor with a single mini-USB connector, 1 Emergency Preparedness checklist sheet, 1 user guide, 1 accessories sheet

Comments

Dr. Wilfredo M. Viray "Wally" says:

Test Results: Motorola MT352R vs Motorola MR350 Just to give you some background, I have been an Amateur radio enthusiast for about 3 decades now. I collect radios and I am a member of a Disaster volunteer radio group. I have 2 Base Stations and dozens of professional and consumer radios of all brands spanning 3 decades.I really wanted to give you a very detailed comparison of these 2 radios. Prior to buying these radios I called up Motorola and Giant and got information from them about these MT352R handhelds. They told me…

Producer Edweird says:

Radio Check These radios are great for the price. We use them for camera crews working different areas of large convention centers. Fair communication indoors up to 1/2 mile, nothing beyond that. Still much better than other lesser distance radios. No interferance either way with pro audio equipment. I recommend you buy better headsets, the supplied units all only worked intermittantly, not dependable. battery life needed watching, would go from 2/3 down to zero. Seemed like the display was not refreshing…

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