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0C118C60S5H732 Midland – lxt600vp3, 36 channel frs two-way radio – as much as 30 mile variety walkie talkie, 121 privateness codes, noaa climate experiment + alert (pair percent) (black)

(4 customer reviews)

$53.76$56.28

  • license free twin electricity alternatives 2-manner radios – these walkie-talkies function 36 frs (circle of relatives radio service) channels, along with channel experiment to check for pastime. Dual power alternatives uses rechargeable battery p. C. (covered) or 3 “aaa” batteries (not included)
  • as much as 30-mile range – longer variety verbal exchange in open areas with very little obstruction
  • 121 ctcss privateness codes – the non-stop tone-coded squelch machine gives you up to two,662 channel alternatives to help block different conversations. Use silent operation to turn off all tones
  • noaa climate experiment + alert – noaa climate scan will routinely experiment via 10 available weather (wx) band channels and locks onto the most powerful weather channel to warn you of intense weather updates. Noaa climate alert will sound an alarm indicating that there’s a chance of extreme weather in your vicinity
  • blanketed inside the container – radios (x2), belt clips (x2), rechargeable battery packs (x2), computing device charger, ac adapter, owner’s guide
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product description

  • 36 channels
  • 121 privacy codes
  • water-resistant
  • xtreme variety* – up to 30 miles
  • channel scan
  • climate alert radio & weather test
  • hi/lo strength settings
  • headphone jacks
  • lxt600vp3 manner radio

    the lxt600vp3 walkie talkie guarantees crisp, clear communication. Offering signature weather scan + alert technology – noaa weather experiment mechanically scans through 10 to be had climate (wx) band channels, lock onto the most powerful weather channel, and sound an alarm indicating that there’s a threat of excessive weather in your area. Different functions include: 22 channels plus 14 greater channels with pre-programmed privateness codes, 121 privacy codes, channel scan, and silent operation.

    within the container:

  • pair of radios
  • belt clips
  • rechargeable battery packs
  • desktop charger
  • ac wall adapter
  • proprietor’s guide
  • clear, crisp communication on up to 2662 channel alternatives that will help you block different conversations.

    helps you to adjust transmit energy & preserve battery life.

    turns off all tones for quiet operation.

    smooth voice and sound activated transmission (evox) for 3 tiers of fingers unfastened operation.

    well matched with all midland frs and gmrs walkie talkies and accessories.

    mechanically experiment climate band channels and provide you with a warning of extreme climate updates.

    longer range communique in open areas with very little obstruction.

    style_name

    2 Pack with headsets, 3 Pack – Black, 3 Pack – Yellow/Black, 8 Pack with headsets, Pair Pack – Black

    4 reviews for 0C118C60S5H732 Midland – lxt600vp3, 36 channel frs two-way radio – as much as 30 mile variety walkie talkie, 121 privateness codes, noaa climate experiment + alert (pair percent) (black)

    1. Christophe

      I like Midland products. I find that they are generally better than Motorolla’s cheap radios.The FCC ID of this radio is MMALXT600PA. An Internet search for a test report reveals that max transmit power is 450mW on FRS and 740mW on GMRS.I use these around the house and they have great clarity. So far they seem to be great “cheap” radios. They came with rechargable packs, which is convenient for when the kids leave them on and let the batteries die. When these fail. I’ll use rechargable AAAs.PRO:- Small, light and easy to use.- Good clear sound.- All sounds can be disabled, including the power-on beeps.- DCS or CTCSS tones can be used to reduce interference.- Radios really snap into the charging base. This is great. Much better than relying on gravity.CON:- The extra channels 23 through 36 aren’t new channels. They are pre-programmed with a mix of FRS and GMRS channels with a digital or analog squelch tone. Confusing for someone using two different radio models.- Scanning takes you through these “extra” channels as well, so scanning through the 22 real channels takes longer.Low power FRS channels are 8-14. Radios set to these channels are restricted to 500mW, this is 1/2 watt. Not very much. This can also be a good thing, as nobody else will be transmitting with more than 1/2 watt. This means less interference. Use a CTCSS code to help block interference from other users. You will only hear people set to your tone. In the unlikely event that you are transmitting at the same time, you would hear them too.The GMRS channels also have a high power setting. I suspect that it is one or two watts. No way to tell this for sure, as they no longer state the transmit power of the radios. I have yet to test against another radio. Five watts is maximum for a hand-held of this type. A GXT1000 is capable of 5 watts.For comparison — professional UHF radio with 4 watts can reach through 1 mile of densely populated area with lots of trees. If you spend more than $60 you might get 4 or 5 watts.Keep in mind that IF you had a 5 watt radio, compared to .5 watt, you’d get 10 times the coverage, but only three times the distance. This is because the power spreads out in a circle.Super tech tip: The best CTCSS tones to use.. Many people tend to use tone 1 because, hey, what’s the difference.. But its frequency is 67Hz — close to 60Hz power — and it is relatively low and therefore slow to detect. Working in electric substations, I learned this for myself. For quicker detection, and to avoid interference, use a higher tone like 210.7Hz and stay away from multiples of 60. My favorites are 31-35. These are a good second choice: 25-27. Look up CTCSS frequencies for yourself and make your own choice.If I do any performance testing, I’ll update this review. I have a great Midland GTX735 radio I can compare this one to.Good luck,-ChrisExtra channels revealed! I went through the channels while scanning with another radio. Here they are:Midland Extra channel, True channel, CTCSS or DCS, GMRS or FRS:23 1 38(C) GMRS24 3 38(C) GMRS25 5 38(C) GMRS26 7 38(C) GMRS27 15 38(C) GMRS28 17 38(C) GMRS29 19 38(C) GMRS30 21 6(D) GMRS31 2 1(D) GMRS32 4 4(D) GMRS33 6 7(D) GMRS34 8 10(D) FRS35 10 13(D) FRS36 12 16(D) FRSPlease excuse the poor txt formatting. They removed my “extra” spaces.Read more

    2. T-Rex

      OMG!!!! When I first read about the possible range on these, I was like “Ok, whatever”. I figured we would use them when camping so the kids could check in as they were out exploring. When we first got them we used them at home. My wife and daughter went hiking about 10 miles away (no exaggeration) and I could hear them as clearly as if they were right next to me!!! I never expected them to work that well!They come with a dual charger base. No need to take the batteries out, or deal with wires / plugs. Just place them in the cradle and let em charge. They are also pretty solid. A few drops and still holding up well.I registered for a license to use the GMRS channels. Not sure what the chances are of getting busted or fined to use without a license but I figured it was worth doing it right just in case. it covers me and anyone in my family.If you are on the fence, don’t be… get these radios today!Read more

    3. DJenner8

      I have bought, literally, thousands of dollars of Midland products. I have submitted many questions about those products to Midland’s online support site. I have received NO responses. I have called Midland’s tech support line several times. I just waited 58 minutes on hold and then was disconnected.If you expect support from Midland, you won’t get it.Read more

    4. Jon

      Backstory: I decided to purchase this set of radios specifically for communication between the bridal for a wedding in the US while in a household, chase vehicle to limo on the highway, and indoor reception venue to the bridal house (separate structure approx. 500 ft away). There was about 3 days of research and searching before deciding on this set of radios. I initially was considering an extremely cheaper and sophisticated radio similar to the $500+ radios I use for work made by our best friends overseas or “BaoFeng 888s”. However the clones made by our friends are NOT LEGAL for what I wanted. Plain and simple “out of the box” they are NOT currently approved by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) for GMRS, CB or FRS but reprogramming them “could” be used for GMRS, FRS, CB or HAM but still in a gray area of FCC approval. Far too messy and complicated process for an event that is already messy and complicated enough. In this case simple is best.Review: Right “out of the box” this radio is ready and legal to use (after 12 hours to full charge) without a license on FRS only channels 8-14 and has 121 privacy codes (38 CTCSS, 83 DCS). All channels other than 8-14 of the 36 total require a GMRS license.- Solid build: Extremely lightweight. Decent belt clip. Nonadjustable orangeish back-lit screen (Push To Talk, PTT does not activate back light). Good ergonomics, rubberized PTT and headset cover. PTT button does not extrude from housing much thus low risk of bumping PTT button.-Usage life: comes with rechargeable battery and base. Also accepts 3 AAA. I had the radio on from 1400-2200 and on PTT FRS (low power only), medium radio traffic and they didn’t die. I can’t give an accurate rechargeable battery life usage, but backup AAAs are there, so not worried.- Mic and Speaker: at optimal conditions this little radio can be crystal clear. Squelch works, no issues. VOX (just talk, no push button) feature is nice and adjustable. Didn’t need for event, but handy when desired.-Headset option: I did purchase the Midland APVH-3 headset, worked without issue. Decent cord length, solid PPT and VOX speaker box. Can charge from MIC port. CAUTION: speaker/mic pin set differ from other main brands, insure compatibility when purchasing.-Range: Meets maximum standards, FRS .5 miles – 2 miles, conditions dependent. After enough research to get a doctorate on walkie talkies, these radios just work. FRS is limited to .5 watt (1/2 watt or 500 milliwatt) by the FCC, potentially the MAX range is approx 2 miles conditions dependent. More stuff in between the radios = less range. GMRS has further ranges operating at 5 watt but requires a license (good for 5 years and immediate family members).Overall: Nothing about the radios are dissatisfying or disappointing, unfortunately they are 3x the price of the clones, but worry free. Working with .5 watt is limiting but they just simply work and do what I needed. I may upgrade to using GMRS one day and is nice to have that option. I wanted something LEGAL and just works. The main brand headset also unfortunately are pricier than generic brands and other radio brands. I like them, they work.Read more

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