Motorola T7400 Rechargeable NiMH Two-Way Radios - Two Pack

 

Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Motorola T7400 Rechargeable NiMH Two-Way Radios - Two Pack
Manufacturer Motorola
Page By travisgollaher
Page Type Jan 5, 2006 / Jan 5, 2006
Object ID 1565
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Stay in touch with your companion even if they wander up to7 miles away--this radio provides crystal-clear communication plus NOAA weather alerts.



Talk on both FRS (Family Radio Service) and GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service), providing 22 channels and 99 interference codes

Two watts of power allow the radio to transmit and receive signals from up to seven miles away

Power is automatically stepped down to a half-watt across FRS-only channels (2-mile range), enabling radios to talk to all existing FRS two-way radios

Receives NOAA weather channels, offering coverage of all government-operated NOAA weather broadcasts, plus NOAA All Hazard Alert Radio

Voice activation(VOX) lets you talk hands-free when used with or without optional accessories

Ten audible call tones grab the attention of your family and friends before you start speaking; talk-confirmation tone signals you've finished talking

LCD backlit display makes the radio easier to read in dark conditions

Keypad lock prevents your personalized settings from being inadvertently changed

Audible tone and visual display alert you when batteries are running down; Time Out timer automatically turns off radio

VibraCall® alert is perfect in hushed or noisy places--vibrates to let you know someone is calling

Includes: NiMH battery, dual drop-in charger, two quick-release swivel belt-clips and instruction manual

Can also operate on 4 AA batteries, not included

T7400 radios operate on radio frequencies that are regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC); license and fees required. Imported.

Specs: Motorola T7400 Rechargeable NiMH Two-Way Radios - Two Pack



Specification Description

Weight (per radio) 5.7 ounces

Dimensions (per radio) 8.48 x 2.48 x 1.9 inches

Channels 7 FRS; 7 GMRS/FRS; 8 GMRS

Privacy codes 99

Range 7 miles

Power 0.5 watts on FRS channels; 2 watt on FRS/GMRS and GMRS channels



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travisgollaher - Jan 6, 2006 9:34 am - Voted 5/5

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I love all the Motorola radios and will not buy anything eltse. The radio is very strong and ready for abuse. The voice is very clear and the distance is good I wouldn't say seven miles unless you had perfect conditions and a perfect line of sight with out any obstructions. But a mile is a good distance and you can get a good transmission in that range. Thees are great for convoying down the freeway and you will have plenty of privacy because of all the channel options. If you get them for less than $80.00 your getting a deal but don't be supprised to get them for $65.00 that is a steal.

m2rainier - Jan 12, 2006 6:42 am - Voted 4/5

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This radio has a good range, although I have never seen it come close to 7 miles let alone half that. The vox features are cool sounding but very tricky to get to work properly. The voice activation has a delay and then often sounds muffled. They are tough and take a lot of abuse.

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