Page Type Gear Review
Object Title GXT200
Manufacturer Midland
Page By Andy
Page Type Aug 10, 2004 / Aug 10, 2004
Object ID 1106
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A quick and convenient way to stay in touch during your next group trip, this pair of 2-way radios has a range of up to 7 miles. FRS & GMRS Radio Guide
  • Up to a 7-mile range (depending on terrain and conditions)
  • 22 channels: 7 FRS, 8 GMRS, 7 shared FRS/GMRS
  • Scan allows you to find conversations in progress
  • Call tone notifies you of an incoming call within your group
  • Backlit LCD display
  • Key lock function and indicator
  • Auto squelch automatically reduces noise
  • Battery-saver mode and low-battery indicator
  • Requires 4 AAA batteries (per radio)
  • FCC license required to operate on GMRS channels


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Andy - Aug 10, 2004 12:21 pm - Voted 4/5

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I just bought these and have only used them once, but on the one trip they worked great. I kept in touch with my wife at base camp down in the Huerfano River Valley while I climbed Mount Lindsey (Colorado). The signal was perfect throughout the hike - even when ridges and hills separated us.

The one downside to these radios is that the clip sucks and there is no easy way to attach a lanyard. I just put it in my pocket.

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