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The Motorola TLKR T60s are a reliable set of two-way radios with a durable design and great range. Ideally suited for any number of outdoor activities such as skiing, hiking, or family holidays, they also make an excellent choice for businesses, too.
The Motorola T60 provides a reliable range of up to 8km in optimum conditions. This is a bit above the industry average, making the T60s a solid choice for those who need a little extra range. From skiing and hiking trips to building sites and warehouses, the T60 provides a solid signal and excellent sound quality. Please note that this maximum range is based on optimum conditions.
If you need to keep in touch with others while you’ve got your hands full, then the Motorola TLKR T60 is ideal. That’s because it includes VOX functionality for hands-free use. Simply start speaking with this mode activated, and the two-way radio will automatically start broadcasting. What’s more, each radio also comes with a detachable belt clip.
The Motorola T60 weighs just 103g, making it ideal for situations where you need to travel light. But don’t let its size fool you- this is a two-way radio that’s built to last. The T60 comes with a specially designed anti-shock casing, allowing it to put up with a fair bit of punishment. This helps to make it a great choice for warehouses and similar environments.
If you plan on putting your new two-way radios through some heavy use, then you’ll need them to come with a fairly length battery life. Thankfully, the TLKR T60 offers up to 16 hours of continuous use. What’s more, you’ll save money on replacement batteries, since each radio comes with its own rechargeable power pack. And when it’s time to recharge, there’s no need for wires- simply put the handset into the included dual charging pod.
For long range and reliable performance, the Motorola TLKR T60 is an excellent choice. Reliable and easy to use, this set of two-way radios offers great value for money.
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Free UK mainland delivery is available on eligible orders over £50. The Standard Delivery charge for orders under £50 is £2.99. Please allow 2-3 business days for delivery.
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Available on selected products for only £6.99. Order must be placed before 3pm on Friday to ensure same day dispatch.
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Returns Policy: Our Fuss Free Returns policy means you have an extended period of up to 30 days to notify us if you wish to cancel your order or exchange an item. For more information on our returns policy please click here.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Just back from holiday with these and they are brilliant. Nice look and feel to the handsets, worked well over long distances, decent sound, and easy to use. Can highly recommend
By Rick on 8 August 2015
the range might be like that in the desert, but not for general use, otherwise, excellent!
By Anonymous on 14 August 2015
Very good radios for adults and children alike
By Rebecca on 6 August 2019
Really can't fault these radios. Perfect for communication in areas where a mobile phone signal is not accessible which is a big safety plus.
We've just been on farmland in a very rural area and our communications were crystal clear across several fields.
Can't recommend these highly enough.
By Keith on 26 September 2019
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful
Really easy to use modulation really clear worth every penny
By Bobby on 31 October 2017