- Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 5.4 x 3.6 cm ; 100 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 880 g
- Item model number: P14MAB03A1AS
- ASIN: B003H3DIBK
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 23 Sept. 2010
- Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57,618 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Motorola P14MAB03A1AS TLKR T6 Twin PMR Radio - Black (continental plug) (discontinued by manufacturer)
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- PMR446 radios license free
- Up to 8 kilometres range (subject to terrain and conditions)
- Free calls
- Rechargeable NiMH batteries (supplied)
- 8 Channels + 121 codes
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Fully featured, tough and stylish, the TLKR T6 is the ideal way to stay connected during those outdoor adventures. Whilst camping, hiking, or on a day out at the theme park, this splash-proof, shock-proof walkie-talkie has a range of up to 8km, making it easy to keep in touch with friends and family.
The TLKR T6 is packed with features and functionality, including rechargeable batteries, hands-free communications, room monitor, accessory connector and 968 channel/code combinations. And no call charges!
- PMR446 radios – license free;
- Up to 8km range;
- (subject to terrain and conditions);
- Free Calls;
- Rechargeable NiMH batteries;
- 8 channels + 121 codes;
- Room monitor;
- Accessory connector.
Batteries included: Y
Battery low indication: Y
Battery technology: Nickel–Metal Hydride (NiMH)
Belt clip: Y
Channels quantity: 8
Dimensions (WxDxH): 54 x 16 x 36 mm
Maximum range: 8000m
Number of batteries supported: 1
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Top Customer Reviews
My wife is disabled and I needed a way that she could contact me whether I was in the house (very thick walls), in the garden, shed or at the neighbours. Looking at standard disabled communications products left a lot to be desired so I took a punt at getting the Motorola system.
The performance has exceeded expectations with regard to quality of speech and the ability to penetrate very thick walls.
Operationally these are very simple to use and simply require charging and you are ready to go.
The clips mean that I can carry one with me wherever I go and my wife is able to contact me whenever (and wherever locally) I am needed.
Straight line distance is impressive, however we live in a valley and I have tested the system to over a mile with two hills between.
The aesthetic design is pleasing to the eye and fits the hand very well. Controls are easy to access and the menu is intuitive.
Easy to use, simple menu system .... great for general use.
Note I've not tried this in mountainous areas - they were purchased more for keeping in contact with the kids or friends when they wonder off.
They are small enough to fit in a pocket, very simple to use and did exactly the job I wanted them to. There are some more advanced functions tucked away in a menu which give you a few more options but I'll probably never use them.
Although I didn't do a range test they were working fine when the GPS showed the radios were 1.2 miles apart.
I was happy the radios came with a pretty sturdy looking double charging unit but I haven't used it yet because after three days of fairly substantial use, both radios are still showing full battery!
Excellent buy, I would certainly recommend them for leisure use.
I also use it as a "baby phone", and if it's very convenience when you are not close from the baby room (like in the garden, or through several walls), it';s not as efficient as a baby phone for detecting every single noise.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for our skiing holidays; we use them to keep in touch across the mountains. We don't ski miles apart so they have always kept in range and allow us to rendezvous at agreed... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mum & Cubs
Excellent tool. Up in the Scottish Mountains I was able to keep in contact with my friendsPublished 22 months ago by andrew p grimshaw
Great walkie talkies. Range not quite as stated in my experience. Great between following cars and keeping track of kids in theme parks. Would recommendPublished on 10 Aug. 2014 by S. Hayward
We'll packed brought to go with the others I already had last year and they all work well together fast delivery and packed wellPublished on 16 Jun. 2014 by teresa
Not the best in terms of range in the city. It keeps signal for about 1.5 miles. In the non urban area up to 2.5 miles. Happy with the purchase though as it's enough for me.Published on 7 May 2014 by Natalia
Bought these a while back
One I leave on charge on listening mode - listens to the phone and the door bell - they have to be very very close though
The other... Read more
Used this on a skiing holiday and it worked really well. Only problem I have is I can not find a lanyard to fit the rather large mounting point on the radioPublished on 13 Mar. 2014 by Susan Scott
I have had cheaper AA powered walkie talkies in the past and they have generally suffered from a lack of reliability and poor battery life. Read morePublished on 4 Mar. 2014 by George W