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Motorola TLKR T92H20 Twin Pack

Motorola TLKR T92H20 Twin Pack

Motorola

Motorola T92 Walkie Talkies have a innovative floating waterproof design, rugged construction and up to 10km range. The integrated torch has bright white and red modes and automatically activates on contact with water. Features an emergency alert button to signal help is needed. Supplied with rechargeable batteries, USB car charger, belt clips with built-in whistle and a carry case.

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£82.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£99.59 inc. VAT
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Motorola TLKR T92H20 Twin Pack

Motorola T92 Walkie Talkies have a innovative floating waterproof design, rugged construction and up to 10km range. The integrated torch has bright white and red modes and automatically activates on contact with water. Features an emergency alert button to signal help is needed. Supplied with rechargeable batteries, USB car charger, belt clips with built-in whistle and a carry case.
• PMR446 radios - license free
• Up to 10km range2
• Rechargeable NiMH batteries
• 8 channels + 121 codes
• Scan/monitor• 20 call tones
• Hands-free • Vibrate alert
• LED torch with white and red modes plus water-contact activation
• IP67 waterproof1 - submersible up to 1 metre for 30 minutes
• Floats when dropped in water
• Belt clips have built-in whistle
• Handy carry case with accessories

Manufacturer Details

Manufacturer Motorola
Manufacturer Code T92

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