Motorola MH230R Talkabout Two-Way Radio (Pair)
The Motorola Talkabout® MH230R is the must-have communication tool for each and every outdoor enthusiast. With a powerful range of up to 23 miles,* this radio is perfect for family and friends to stay in touch whether you're tackling a back country trail, or trying to brave a crowded shopping mall. The MH230 doesn't stop at just exceptional range. This lightweight unit comes packed full of essential features.
**NOAA WEATHER CHANNEL
Want to know where the best conditions are for your rocky climbing outing? Tune into one of 7 NOAA channels (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) on your MH230R for continuous local and regional weather broadcasting. And when you are out having fun, weather alerts will provide you with warnings of incoming weather to protect you from the danger of a sudden storm.
The Talkabout® MH230R has full 22-frequency capacity with 121 privacy codes to reduce interruptions. The Motorola QT (Quiet talk) functionality allows the radios to be set so they can communicate with other compatible Motorola products, adding yet another level of distinction from other manufacturers.
Is your child really going to take time away from the game to talk to you on the phone? No need with the MH230R. The iVOX feature allows them to speak hands-free. Acting like a speakerphone, the iVOX lets you chat without stopping what you are doing to ensure that there is never an excuse not to keep in touch.
EASY CHARGE - 4 WAYS TO CHARGE
Designed to fit every lifestyle, the MH230R allows you the convenience of charging four distinct ways. Use the provided desktop charger at home or a mini-USB car cable on your way to soccer practice. Pack a mini-USB wall cable for recharge in the hotel during your family vacation or simply charge from your PC when no power outlet is available using a mini-USB PC cable. (Mini-USB car, wall and PC cables are sold separately.)
**NOAA radio service may not be available in all areas. Check with your local weather office for frequency and details, or visit www.weather.gov/nwr, (Canada: www.msc.ec.gc.ca/msb/weatheradio).