Binatone MR150 PMR Two-way Radios--- £5.00 @ Halfords - HotUKDeals
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Binatone MR150 PMR Two-way Radios--- £5.00 @ Halfords

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8y, 10m agoFound 8 years, 10 months ago
Description
Features:

Range up to 2 miles (3km) depending on environment and terrain
Up to 8 channel combinations
Backlit display
Adjustable volume control
Battery low warning
Belt clip
Key lock for added security
Stylish compact design
Dims: 5.1 (w) x 9.5 (l) x 2.9 (d) cm (excluding antenna)
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#1
Not available for Reserve & Collect

Standard delivery = £4.99

4% Quidco
#2
I'd have bought these for 4.99 but 5.00 p+p makes them too much. You can buy them for around 15 quid in asda and the like.

Can you pick them up in store for this price?
#3
I bought a load of these, this time, last year at Halfords. They were £3 instore and made great birthday presents for my childrens friends.

Also found some Trek 100 which have a far better range for £5 instore too.

The Binatones are great toys or ideal for on a beach when you send the missus to the bar and want to change the order!
#4
neilc
I bought a load of these, this time, last year at Halfords. They were £3 instore and made great birthday presents for my childrens friends.

Also found some Trek 100 which have a far better range for £5 instore too.

The Binatones are great toys or ideal for on a beach when you send the missus to the bar and want to change the order!


:lol:
#5
These are brilliant. For the price they are superb value. The battery life is excellent compared to earlier models and they come in handy in all sorts of places you never expected - picnics, beaches, theme parks, even down the local pub if you're not sure about leaving the kids unattended (I mean ones who are 13 or so... I wouldn't hand one to a ten year old and fly to Marbella...)
#6
Shame i cannot reserve these.
#7
Look very cool, been after something like this to play around with for a while.

Shame on the £5 delivery, anyone seen these in-store for the same price? Might have to pop over to Halfords this weekend on my travels if so!
#8
Do you know if these can be used in America? We're off to Florida later in the year and I've heard they are useful in the theme parks.
#9
What kind of battery do these use?
#10
Good spot, these are typically £13.99. I believe they require 3 x AAA bateries (not included) per handset. Still a good deal. I'll be passing a halfords around lunchtime, hopefully they're an in-store deal.
#11
Louisa as far as i know you can use them anywhere. I have some Walkie Talkies that i take to Goa with me. These are a good price but the re-chargable ones are much better as you dont have to keep buying batteries. But the price will be much more
#12
Louisa
Do you know if these can be used in America? We're off to Florida later in the year and I've heard they are useful in the theme parks.


PMR446 walkie talkies (which these are) from europe are not legal in North America as their frequency drops right into the middle of allocated UHF frequencies.
#13
Godspeed
PMR446 walkie talkies (which these are) from europe are not legal in North America as their frequency drops right into the middle of allocated UHF frequencies.


Also note that the US FRS (Family Radio Service) radios are not legal here – last time I looked the frequencies for the US FRS radios were being used for the Fire Brigade in the UK.
#14
will pop in my local halfords to have a look! - many thanks :thumbsup:
#15
all gone:cry:
still voted hot
#16
Halfords state (on their webpage) that "Product cannot be purchased at this time." so I asume the only hope of getting one at that price is by finding a store which actually still has them in stock.

Just wish my nearest branch wasn't 20 miles away!
#17
Only 8 channel combinations makes it useless in places where you really need it, - ski slopes, paintball fields ... you will have a good chance to use the same channel as someone else. Also no charger included - you will have to use a 6xAAA battery charger every night if used daily. Otherwise a good price ..
#18
All sold out - phoned customer service just now
#19
I wen't down to Halfords (Tunbridge Wells) on a very early lunch, they say they don't sell 'em anymore so no luck at that branch.
#20
I think they are not legal in most places but people use them.
#21
patti
I think they are not legal in most places but people use them.


They are totally legal in Europe, it's just when you start venturing further afield (USA/CANADA etc etc) frequency problems arise.
#22
Ideal for when the wife's in the kitchen pmpl :-D :-D:-D:-D:-D
#23
No matter how old you are walkietalkies are coooool. Any other deals?
#24
Noghar
I wouldn't hand one to a ten year old and fly to Marbella...)


Your surname isn't McCann then :whistling:
#25
Just checked my local store and the guy told me stuff like thats only on the net due to the fact it's all old stock they can't shift in shops
#26
My local halfords also has loads of clearnace stuff. Pop up garden sacks in case £1, kids reflective jacket things, bicycle carriers £5 - and a few other things.
#27
LMAO @ anewman. Here, here, man.
#28
nice find
#29
Anyone get a telephone call regarding these?

I got a call stating they were not in stock and not getting anymore in and I ordered early

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