Motorola SX900 2-Way Radios

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Bristling with powerful technology, these Motorola 2-way radios provide crystal-clear communication and NOAA weather alerts. Talk on both Family Radio Service (FRS) and General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), providing 22 channels with 121 privacy codes. 2 watts of power allow the radios to transmit and receive signals up to 18 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 2-way radios. Quiet Talk filters out interference from non-Motorola radios to deliver clear communications. Receives NOAA weather channels, offering coverage of all government-operated NOAA weather broadcasts, plus NOAA All Hazard Alert Radio. Voice activation (iVOX) lets you talk hands-free when used with or without optional accessories. 10 audible call tones grab the attention of your family and friends before you start speaking; talk-confirmation tone signals you've finished talking. LCD backlighted display makes the radio easy to read in the dark. Keypad lock prevents your personalized settings from being inadvertently changed. Visual display alerts you when batteries are running low. Each radio operates on 3 AAA batteries, sold separately. Includes 2 quick-release swivel belt clips and instruction manual. Closeout.


Motorola SX900 2-Way Radios

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The Motorola SX900 2-Way Radios is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 5, 2011 at REI.

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