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Motorola TLKR T8 PMR Radio Walkie Talkies Twin Pack - Silver / Black

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  • PMR446 radios - license free
  • Up to 10 kilometres range (subject to terrain and conditions)
  • Rechargeable NiMH batteries (supplied)
  • 8 Channels with 121 codes
  • Scan/Monitor

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 16.7 x 5.5 x 3.9 cm ; 5 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 839 g
  • Item model number: P14EPB03A1AA
  • ASIN: B004H1D1G8
  • Date first available at 22 Dec. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (28 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,268 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Product Description

Rugged design, high specification but easy to use, the TLKR T8 is one of the highest featured walkie-talkies available. Bursting with functionality, including a range of up to 10km*, the TLKR T8 includes vibrate alert, group-calling, hands-free operation and even a built-in LED torch. The TLKR T8 - keeping you connected and no call charges.

Box Contains

  • Two radios
  • Two belt clips
  • 2 NiMH rechargeable batteries
  • Twin charger pod
  • AC adapter
  • Instruction manual

  • Customer Reviews

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    13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Adstar on 8 Jan. 2012
    Bought these PMRs primarily for use in Airsoft games / marshalling, but have also used them on the road with exceptional results, and for mountain biking as well. Very easy and intuitive navigation, clear display and accessible controls. The bright LED torch is a very handy accessory, for map-reading or just playing around with (it came in useful finding stuff in the car where the interior light didn't illuminate). Its 10km ability was not tested to its full range, but there was never a lost connection or interference! This is perfect with a PRO HD kevlar headset, or related unit. I personally didn't find any cons with the equipment: the charging cradle is easy to use, battery life is extremely good and the display is clear without being too bright. Definitely the best multi-purpose radio I have used, and at a very good price! You will not be disappointed. A
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ms. Tracey Davis on 3 Nov. 2012
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    perfect size, not too big or too small ! Nice weight to the handsets, enough to know you have it in your pocket and havent lost it, but not overly heavy to the point that you feel you are lugging it around. Clips very securely to your belt or pocket and doesnt spring off if you bend down. Like the ideal of the lanyard loop built into the design. Bought it for my twin sons to use now they are venturing further out to play independantly. We live in a village where there is no mobile phone signal so this is an ideal way we can now find out where they are and call them in for dinner etc. Tested so far over a 2 mile distance and the signal was still perfect and crystal clear. Charged the batteries up for 12hours on their 1st charge and so far after 3 days of constant use (at least 8 hours a day !) they are still showing fully charged. Dead easy to use and understand its features. Nothing complicated to get stressed over. Will now buy another handset to leave at home so both sons can take a handset out and we can still contact both/either of them from home. I like the fact we can scan across the channels to find out what channel they are tuned on. Boys loved taking them to bed last night and chatting the night away to each other across the landing. Love the fact they are a robust design and showerproof. The LED torch is an added bonus and really is super bright. I'm sure that will be useful on their next scout hike and camping trip. I think these are a great buy for the money, i dont think you will feel disappointed with your purchase. Highly recommended.
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    9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Shaun Bowen on 21 Jun. 2012
    My place of business has used Motorola walkie talkies for over 10 years now so we've been through many of the earlier versions of this radio range.

    These are definitely the best so far - here are the pros and cons:

    Smooth feel in the hand.
    Pretty good range.
    Surprisingly loud on max volume.
    Addition of a clock is useful.
    Handy LED torch.
    Reasonably robust & weatherproof - a few have survived surprise dunkings!
    Good battery life.

    Yet another belt clip design that snaps at the first opportunity.
    Still getting a slight silence immediately after pressing the talk button. A pause before talking is still required, sadly - I wish Motorola would find a solution to this.
    Minimum volume is too loud.
    Complicated menu system - a more intuitive set of controls is needed.
    LED torch is barely bright enough to be usable.
    Fussy contacts don't always touch properly in the charger.
    Why do I need to switch off the radio to get it to charge properly?
    Images/letters on the buttons rub off quickly, especially if kept in a pocket.

    We'll still buy more of this model, at least until the next version come out (TLKR T9?)
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    16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Daz on 13 Jan. 2012
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    ignore the 10km range thats all crap to be honest. Probably boat to boat under calm conditions, in the real world think half a mile and you wont be far wrong. These were bought for me to keep in contact with my wife in work as Ive had a series of strokes. She works approx half a mile away or so and we're in a built up area with a taxi company right in line of sight. Around the home they work really well, but obviously the further away you go, the worse they get. We can both understand each other easily enough (as long as the taxi's aren't totally blocking the airwaves) from inside a building over about half a mile, not tested them any further as yet but will keep you posted. Im not sure how there is a difference between the T4 T6 and T8 in terms of distance as they all use the same 0.5w output chip. And when I was doing the CB radios back in the 70's, 1watt was sufficient for one mile, 5 watts five miles etc. But this was dependant on conditions too. So half a mile at half a watt is about right. Dont expect 10km like Ive said and you'll not be disappointed.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By MikeM on 1 April 2013
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    I recently purchased these walkie talkies for a snoboarding trip to Chamonix and found them great value for money.

    During the trip we used them every day and they worked great, in terms of distance I was surpised how well they worked and the distance they covered even when we were at different resorts. Infact we could get very clear reception from the bottom of the Le Tour to the top of Grands Montets about 5km. However most surising was having a good signal from the bottom of Le Tour to the top of Flegere a distance of 8km and through mountain terrain.

    Having said that being at the opposite side (bottom) of a mountain blocked the signal and we could not speak, even at short distances such as 3-4km.

    The only issue I had was that the battery indicator, it's not very accurate and can go from full to empty with little indication inbetween which caught me out a few times so we were left with no battery. Having said that the battery is very good and can last for 2 days however I recommend you charge them every day.

    Overall I would give this 4.5 stars and I'm very happy with my purchase.
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