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Midland Guide Radio Pack
When you trek deep into the backcountry, take along the Midland Guide Radio Pack for crystal-clear reception, transmission and sound quality from up to 28 miles away. These two radios feature 22 and 38 privacy codes to cut down on interference. Channel-scan feature monitors activity over all channels, and Midland's Weather Alert technology keeps you on top of any drastic changes in the weather. Hi/low power option lets you maximize range or conserve the battery. Silent mode works with headphones (not included) or eVOX with variable voice sensitivity adds hands-free use. Battery meter with low-battery indicator. Rapid Charge charges batteries in less than three hours. Water-resistant radios come equipped with a headphone jack, keystroke tones and roger beep. Pack includes: two radios, two rechargeable battery packs, desktop charger, micro-USB charging cable, two earbuds. Manufacturer's limited three-year warranty.
Rated 1 out of
Sadly poor qualityUnfortunately bought these radios before an elk hunt. The first day the radio charge lasted the whole morning and evening hunt, which was about 8 hours. The next day I use the other radio that was fully charged and it died in the middle of the evening hunt. I charged them both that night and the next morning hunt I look down about an hour in and I am at 2 of 3 bars of battery life left. Five minutes later it is dying making an incredibly loud low battery beep for trying to stalk an elk. The other issue with these radios is that there is no dial for volume. There are 8 volume settings and while the lowest is decent enough, the squelch at the end of every communication is still the same loud volume as every other volume setting. Will be returning, unfortunately.
Date published: 2017-09-22
Rated 4 out of
walkie talkieNot used it yet. charged ok. nice colour. xxxxxxxcc
Date published: 2017-07-14
Rated 5 out of
Good itemThis two ways radios aré good quality!
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 5 out of
Weather report.We went to Yellowstone recently. A fall storm moved in, but with the radios we were able to listen to forcast on weather conditions. It was very helpful, we ended up leaving early as snow moved in and temps dropped to 20. Headed out before passes closed for winter!