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Motorola XT460 Display 446 Portable Complete with Charger

Motorola XT460 Display 446 Portable Complete with Charger

Motorola

Motorola XT460 will focus on the job with instant push-to-talk and customised channel announcements that keep your hands free. Delivers loud and clear audio output thanks to its powerful built-in loudspeaker and the user can select between 8 channels and 219 privacy codes to help ensure a clear signal. Operates without subscription or call charges on PMR446 unlicensed frequencies.

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Motorola

£122.99 Each (ex. VAT)

£147.59 inc. VAT
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Motorola XT460 Display 446 Portable Complete with Charger

Motorola XT460 will focus on the job with instant push-to-talk and customised channel announcements that keep your hands free. Delivers loud and clear audio output thanks to its powerful built-in loudspeaker and the user can select between 8 channels and 219 privacy codes to help ensure a clear signal. Operates without subscription or call charges on PMR446 unlicensed frequencies.
• Offering 8 channels and 219 user selectable privacy codes to help ensure a clear signal
• Radio Body
• Belt Clip
• Battery
• Charger

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Manufacturer Motorola
Manufacturer Code XT460

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