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Home Depot - Motorola T260TP Rechargeable 2-Way Radio, White (2-Pack) $37.99 with 25 mile range - Other Motorola 2 and 3 pack walkie talkies also on sale - Close to all time lows

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https://www.homedepot.com/p/MOTOR.../300866806

Normally $51.72 These are all very well rated. Free ship to store. Close to all time lows.

Stay Outside, Stay Connected, Stay Informed. With a range of up to 25-miles and the freedom to communicate wirelessly, the T260 lets you stay in touch with family and friends, whether tackling a back country trail or camping in the woods. This lightweight, compact and durable radio comes packed with essential features, like NOAA weather channels and alerts and iVOX/VOX hands-free communication, so it's easy to stay in touch and stay safe no matter what your situation.

NOAA radio keeps you updated on real-time weather conditions by turning on 1 of 11 channels or initiating a weather alert
With iVOX/VOX acting like a speakerphone and allowing hands-free communication, you can keep on moving without stopping to answer a call
With 22 channels and 121 privacy codes, totaling 2,662 combinations, it's easy to find an available channel
To power through your adventures use the included NiMH rechargeable batteries for up to 12 hours or use 3 AA batteries for up to 29 hours
20 call tones that grab the attention of your family and friends before you start speaking
Radio consumes less power during its idle condition
Use the scanning feature to see which channels are currently in use
Low battery alert reminds you when batteries are running low
Keypad lock prevents your personalized settings from being inadvertently changed
You can communicate with other FRS/GMRS radios regardless of brand by being on the same channel
Includes 3 radios, 3 belt clips, 1 Y-cable charging adaptor with dual micro USB connectors, 1 charging adaptor with a single micro USB connector, 3 (AA) NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 1 user guide

Other packs include:
T260 3-Pack for $54.99 (was $76.45)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/MOTOR.../300860607

T200 3-Pack 20 mile range for $49.99 (was $64.99)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/MOTOR.../300984528

T200 2 Pack 20 mile range for $34.99 (was $49.00)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/MOTOR.../300984521

T465 2-Pack 35 mile range for $67.99 (was $94.00)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/MOTOR.../300984457

T800 2-Pack 35 mile voice range and 20 mile data range for $71.99 (was $93.45)
https://www.homedepot.com/p/MOTOR.../308053103
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same prices on Amazon


https://www.amazon.com/Motorola-T...psc=1&th=1


Pair of T800's also on sale $71.99 (Amazon and HD)
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That range is only attainable in outer space with clear line of sight.
I've a pair that gets about a mile at the most on earth.
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Quote from gemniii42 :
That range is only attainable in outer space with clear line of sight.
I've a pair that gets about a mile at the most on earth.
Pretty much what he said .....though if you are on a mountain top you can get a few miles sometimes..... maybe..... I really do not know how they can advertise these as 25 miles or any walkie-talkie for that matter with the range that they do because they're completely off.
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I have one. It works well for 200 feet but fails in one mile.
Any other products to recommend for hiking?
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Quote from volunteers :
I have one. It works well for 200 feet but fails in one mile.
Any other products to recommend for hiking?
That's why I came here, does anyone have good suggestions for radios for hiking, or even emergency go-bags?
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Quote from gemniii42 :
That range is only attainable in outer space with clear line of sight.
I've a pair that gets about a mile at the most on earth.
That's exact where I planned to use these
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Do you need any licence to use these?
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Quote from volunteers :
I have one. It works well for 200 feet but fails in one mile.
Any other products to recommend for hiking?
Quote from JasonG1116 :
That's why I came here, does anyone have good suggestions for radios for hiking, or even emergency go-bags?
Quote from 1jzgte :
That's exact where I planned to use these
Motorola DLR / DTR radios are great but can be expensive, They have great range on the 900mhz ism band & are license free.

MURS radios are also great, they're license free as well and work well outdoors since they operate on VHF bands.
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Baofeng-like UHF clones are $8-15 each on eBay and Amazon. I've dropped many in lakes while fishing and when overbeveraged. At that price, its quite affordable. Programming them to US legal FRS and GMRS frequencies takes only seconds with the free CHIRP software and a $5 USB programming cable.
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Quote from slickkitty :
Do you need any licence to use these?
No license required on channels 1-7 (high or low power) & 8-14 (forced on low power). Channels 15-22 are GMRS - licensed channels
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Baofeng-like UHF clones are $8-15 each on eBay and Amazon. I've dropped many in lakes while fishing and when overbeveraged. At that price, its quite affordable. Programming them to US legal FRS and GMRS frequencies takes only seconds with the free CHIRP software and a $5 USB programming cable.
This is true, but Baofengs are illegal to operate on FRS / GMRS frequencies and pretty much anywhere else outside of the ham bands. Either ways, plenty of people still use them regardless of the fact. YMMV
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Baofengs are legal. Oh, and nobody cares. Nobody, including the FCC, gives a rats a** about 2-watt radio transceivers that broadcast on the actual designate Family Radio Service (FRS) frequencies. All I know is that for $150 you can get TWENTY Baofeng UHF two-way radios.
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That's why I came here, does anyone have good suggestions for radios for hiking, or even emergency go-bags?
Following this for the same reason. Been procrastinating on buying a set for some time. Havent put forth the time to research.
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Quote from gemniii42 :
That range is only attainable in outer space with clear line of sight.
I've a pair that gets about a mile at the most on earth.
Agree, cellphone work much better. laugh out loud
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