Motorola Talkabout SX600R Rechargeable Two-Way Radios

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Packed with powerful, practical features, the Motorola SX600R 2-way radios offer far-reaching communication, a compact design and sturdy Motorola quality. Broadcast and receive on General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), providing 22 channels with 121 privacy codes. Supports communication of up to 14 miles—perfect for areas lacking cell phone coverage. Quiet Talk filters out interference from non-Motorola radios to deliver clear communications. 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 backlit display makes the radio easy to read in the dark. Keypad lock prevents your personalized settings from being inadvertently changed. LCD battery meter alerts you when batteries are running down. Includes dual drop-in charger and adapter, 2 belt clips and 2 NiMH rechargeable battery packs. NiMH battery supplies an estimated 10 hrs. of talk time. Mini USB ports allow radios to be charged from a computer when no wall outlet is available (mini USB charging cable not included).


Motorola Talkabout SX600R Rechargeable Two-Way Radios

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The Motorola Talkabout SX600R Rechargeable Two-Way Radios is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 3, 2010 at REI.

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