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The Motorola TLKR T40s are a set of stylish and well-built license free two way radios, and were a recipient of the Reddot Design Award. The user-friendly and compact design makes the TLKR T40 very easy to use and ideal for all ages. They are the perfect way to stay connected on family trips or holidays, as well as many other activities.
For a budget set of walkie talkies, the Motorola TLKR T40 provides a decent amount of range. When used in optimum conditions, the radio signal can reach up to 4km (although the actual range will vary in practise). That’s plenty for family outings, and makes them a great pick for kids. What’s more, as a license-free radio, there are no call charges for using the TLKR T40. Simply pop some batteries in, set them to the same frequency, and you’ll be ready to go!
The TLKR are packed with a variety of value adding features, including: an LCD screen, which displays details on the volume, battery level, channel, and more. You can scan and choose from 8 different channels, and the roger beep can be switched on or off to suit your preferences.
Given the price, the Motorola TLKR T40 is an excellent choice if you’re looking for kids’ walkie talkies. They are durable enough to put up with some heavy use, and they are perfectly sized for smaller hands. The T40 provides a much longer range than you would expect from most two-way radios for children, and belt clips ensure the handsets won’t get left behind.
For a reasonably priced budget set of walkie talkies, the Motorola TLKR T40 offers terrific value for money with LCD displays, dependable range, and build quality.
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A good radio for short range/line of sight. You're not going to get huge range with a license free radio since they are only 0.5W. But these T40s are still very useful to have for walks, days out etc, and they also work in a car convoy (although only to a certain distance). Sound quality is great considering the price and the radios themselves are considerably tougher than non-Motorola radios. Batteries last a good few hours although if you plan on using the radios a lot then you might want to invest in some rechargeable ones. Great little things to have about for those times where you need to keep in contact with friends/family.
By Tony on 8 August 2019
On previous skiing trips I'd seen lots of people using walkie talkies to keep in touch with the rest of their group. I didn't want to spend a lot so I went with these T40s. Well worth the investment. Very lightweight so easy to carry around with you, and simple to use. The range was more than good enough for my needs. Great when you lose people on the ski slopes!
By Lee F on 12 August 2019
Easy to carry and use. Small enough to fit in your pocket and the clip stops them from falling out. Ideal for keeping in contact with a group or for use around the house.
By Chris Hudson on 13 August 2019