Motorola Tlkr T5 Twin Pack - 2 Way Radios - Was £49.99 Now £29.99 @ Comet - HotUKDeals
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The MOTOTLKR T5 walkie talkie has a rechargable NiMH battery, up to 6km in range, and a built ub stopwatch and timer. The MOTOTLKR T5 walkie talkie is the ultimate accessory for anyone serious about adventure and style.The TLKR T5 is perfect for design conscious young adults with an active lifestyle. Whether out with your partner on a cycle ride, climbing, hiking or just simply trying to keep an eye on the kids, the T5 is a stylish cost effective answer.

It includes all the features of the T3 with the added benefits of a rechargeable battery, backlit LCD, room monitor and an accessory connector, enabling hands-free communications. There is also no need to worry about keeping the T5 radiors charged when you're out and about because they can be charged using the optional 12v charger. Each model comes in a pack of two, so you will always have someone you can talk with, and are designed and manufactured to Motorolars exacting standards to ensure great performance and product quality. It's the ultimate accessory for anyone serious about adventure, wanting to stay connected at all times and perfect for adding some excitement into everyday life.

Features:
Room Monitor Function
Auto Power Off
Timer
Transmit Time out Timer
Sleep Function
Battery Save Mode
Channel Monitor
Scan
Auto Squelch
VOX and iVOX (Voice Activated Transmit)
Low Battery Audio Alert
Keypad Tones
Talk Confirmation Tone (Roger Beep)
Call Tones
Channel Busy Alert
Heart Beat
Transmit LED
LCD backlit display
Battery Meter
Keypad Lock
Side PTT
Connector 3.5mm Single Pin
8 Channels
121 Channel codes (for enhanced privacy)
Rechargable NiMH battery - approx 16 hours
6km range
Weight 147g
Dimensions 55 x 30 x 140
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#1
http://www.comet.co.uk/comet/dyn_imgs/prods/prod_large/429821.jpg
#2
Perfect for T in the park!!!!! Get in!
#3
I know it comes with re-chargeable batteries, but does this come with a charger?

I cant see why not but the description says "they can be charged using the optional 12v charger"

Which to me means you have to buy it seperately.

Anyone got these already that can answer?
#4
I went along and picked up mine today.

Definately comes with charger and stand to charge both handsets at the same time.

£59.99 instore shelf price.

Seem very good when using it 5 feet away. :P

Will be taking these on the slopes in a few weeks for the proper test.

Heat and Rep.
#5
i got this item last Christmas. good stuff
#6
Good spot ordered a set for pickup will be good for when we go sking in a few weeks.
#7
£59.99

£29.99

Half price - web promotion

Normal price £34.99
#8
#9
Reviews not that great. Sounds like reception only good for about 600 metres. Nothing like the claimed 8km range!
#10
Wel thats no good. Need to work over a couple of miles at least. Its worth leeping in mind up in the mountains should not be much interfereance...

Anywone recommend some decent ones then ?
#11
*The communication range quoted is calculated based on an unobstructed line of sight test under optimum conditions.
Actual range will vary depending on terrain and conditions, and is often less than the maximum possible. Your actual
range will be limited by several factors including, but not limited to: terrain, weather conditions, electromagnetic
interference, and obstructions.:x
#12
They all adhere to the same standard for power output, aerial size so will be remarkably alike in performance. You probably would get 8km line of sight - open sea or mountain to mountain say.

There's only 8 channels assigned for PMR446 - higher powers or better aerials would mean shorter battery life, bigger boxes and you'd never find a free channel to use!

They don't often come in at this price with rechargeable batteries and chargers.
#13
I doubt PMR446 is popular enough to suffer from channel crowding. I've never needed to use the sub-channel code thing anway. I work in a 10-storey building with line of sight to my home on a hill a few miles away and you can indeed get the claimed range under the right circumstances!
#14
Surely these will work alright for sking....
#15
Comet page says "Normal price £34.99" so not quite half price, not a bad price perhaps
#16
Think I might buy these... Going to africa/asia rather soon. Might be useful!
#17
Think I'll give them a try. Going skiing as a total beginner with a couple friends who have been before. Also staying in a different Pension to them in the Village in Austria so these should be good for contacting to meet up and so I don't hold them up on the slopes but can stay in touch.

Motorola have a good tradition in the 2 way radio business. It is the brand name use by my company also (Corus - Steel works).
#18
You are going to love Austria. Thats where we are off to again. Went last year its brilliant easily the best place I have been sking.
banned#19
WozzaX

I cant see why not but the description says "they can be charged using the optional 12v charger"

Which to me means you have to buy it seperately.


Likewise but I have about five different 12v charger blocks in my attic I'm sure one will fit or you could buy one of those cheap multi-adapter 12v blocks.
#20
FYI Maplin currently sell the same thing for £60 making the Comet deal look hot.
Here's the Maplin link:
http://www.maplin.co.uk/Module.aspx?ModuleNo=221877
#21
alera
Surely these will work alright for sking....


Maybe... but what would you use to tie them to your feet?
#22
n00b
Maybe... but what would you use to tie them to your feet?



Well they are an up to date twin tip design :whistling:
#23
was looking to buy these on pay day and had already sourced them out albeit ofr around £45 so this is a superb bargain ordered picking up tomorrow

thanks
#24
alera
You are going to love Austria. Thats where we are off to again. Went last year its brilliant easily the best place I have been sking.


Hope so alera, my first time to Austria (Soll) and first time skiing too. Looking forward to it. Only 13 days to go.




Other retailers online are listing this at around £50-60. So a great price and find. Def HOT deal IMO price wise.
#25
seems like the Talkr range are end-of-line according the the Motorola UK website, they have a complete different range of two-way radios on there, none of the 'hook' type ones, so to speak, and the newer design ones eg the sx600r have a 14 mile range on them??

hotness added though as these T5s are the cheapest they've been, but looks like they're on the way out...
#26
valmiki
seems like the Talkr range are end-of-line according the the Motorola UK website, they have a complete different range of two-way radios on there, none of the 'hook' type ones, so to speak, and the newer design ones eg the sx600r have a 14 mile range on them??

hotness added though as these T5s are the cheapest they've been, but looks like they're on the way out...


No it is not end-of-line stuff... the T7 version was only just released in September for the UK.

Website for the range here for more detailed info:
http://www.motorola.com/walkie-talkie/english/index.html
#27
These are not that good, I can't get a couple of hundred yards (house - park).

Tried them in a open space (large open park few trees) not much better.

Hope this saves some disappoinment.

Mo
#28
the newer design ones eg the sx600r have a 14 mile range on them

I'm not an expert, but I do not believe that these are not legal in Europe (they're not PMR446)
#29
simonspeakeasy
I'm not an expert, but I do not believe that these are not legal in Europe (they're not PMR446)


Didnt understand that.
Are you saying they are Not legal in europe so no good, for example, a skiing holiday in europe?

I can not find a UK retailer anywhere on the t'internet for the sx600r anyway. Unless someone can kindly point me into the right direction please?
#30
Motorola SX600R £38 delivered

[urlhttp://tinyurl.com/9webnf[/url]

though I take your point, it's not a UK retailer, but the guy does have 10000+ feedback.:p

also, thanks for finding the motorola website for the T-series! I wasted time looking at motorola.co.uk:thumbsup:
#31
valmiki
Motorola SX600R £38 delivered

[urlhttp://tinyurl.com/9webnf[/url]

though I take your point, it's not a UK retailer, but the guy does have 10000+ feedback.:p

also, thanks for finding the motorola website for the T-series! I wasted time looking at motorola.co.uk:thumbsup:


PSU is wrong for UK. Overseas seller and not UK. It is also an ebay deal that we dont do here on Hotukdeals.com. So guarantee is messed up on both accounts. Not UK supported if there is no authorised UK retailers. So I take it the SX600R is not a valid alternative to the TLKR T5 for the UK market. If there is a proper UK retailer I'd be interested.

If there is any better alternative to the TLKR T5 I'd love to hear it. Otherwise I'm picking one up tomorrow from comet :D
#32
The sx600r are not supposed ti be used in Europe as they interfere with emergency services - they use the same frequencies as the police etc. That's why you can't (easily) find them in the UK.
PMR446 is range of frequencies that are allowed in Europe.
This is as I understand it; like I say, I'm not an expert, but I can read Wikipedia (and if it's there it must be true ;-)
#33
PMR446 is for unlicensed radios which gives I think upto 6km range. Anything better requires licensed radios. So think your right simonspeakeasy.

Here is an alternative I found that from the reviews appears to have good quality: (cheapest price i have found)
http://www.staples.co.uk/ENG/Catalog/cat_sku.asp?Description=UK_CL_Walkie_Talkies&CatIds=21797,21798,91805&webid=395847&affixedcode=WW+

I'm gonna dwell on it a little as the Doro WT87 (linked above) looks better performance but I like the compact T5 (oringal deal post) because it range should be good for my use up in the mountains skiing and it has a neat karbineer to attach to my chest whilst skiing. DILEMA!
#34
If we're talking about other options, this - the Binatone Terrain 550 - could also be an alternative:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Binatone-Terrain-Range-Radio-Black/dp/B000OUT598/ref=cm_cr_pr_product_top
#35
just picked mine up from comet feel more solid than they look in the pictures on charging now ordered myself a couple of vox headsets as i'm using them on my scooter

so will post as soon as it stops snowing and i can put them to the test :thumbsup:

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