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3Km Range PMR Twin Pack - Great stocking filler £9.99

£9.99 @ Maplin
3Km Range PMR Twin Pack Information: Manufacturer: Uniden Twin PMR Pack 3Km range 8 channels Auto battery save after 3 seconds Key lock Key beep Each PMR takes 3 AAA batteries (Order Code: N75B… Read More
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1d, 7m agoFound 1 decade, 7 months ago
3Km Range PMR Twin Pack Information:
Manufacturer: Uniden

Twin PMR Pack
3Km range
8 channels
Auto battery save after 3 seconds
Key lock
Key beep

Each PMR takes 3 AAA batteries (Order Code: N75BT)

Ideal for any outdoor activity, hiking, running, biking, skiing or just a day out in the park. Uniden 2 way radios give you all the range and reliability you would expect from a leader in wireless technology.

+ £2.99 P&P
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#1
is this any good? i know about these
#2
Its already been posted.
Argos have a similar set ( Challenge brand) at £9.95 too. These were posted in that thread.

The only downsides with these cheap sets is the batteries they are going to consume ( they use 6 x AAA's ). More expensive sets include rechargeable batteries and chargers -but you are looking at around £25 for a twin pack .
I suppose you could buy rechargeable AAA's and a charger though if you use these regularly.
#3
Thanks for this and the feedback guys :)
#4
simes
Its already been posted.
Argos have a similar set ( Challenge brand) at £9.95 too. These were posted in that thread.

The only downsides with these cheap sets is the batteries they are going to consume ( they use 6 x AAA's ). More expensive sets include rechargeable batteries and chargers -but you are looking at around £25 for a twin pack .
I suppose you could buy rechargeable AAA's and a charger though if you use these regularly.
Was it in an Argos thread? Thanks :)

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