The Motorola Talkabout® FV300 Alkaline radio has a range of up to 10 miles* for indoor and outdoor communication. Its featherweight, compact design is ideal for campers and hikers, and its rugged structure can survive the toughest treatment. With 22 channels and the standard scan feature, this two-way radio makes it easy to stay in touch while you are out and about.
Compact, Cool and Handy
The FV300 offers active families a simple and affordable way to stay connected while on the go - hitting the trails, roaming the neighborhood, or browsing the shopping mall. This radio is so stylish that kids can check in with parents while playing in the neighborhood. Sleek and compact enough to fit in the palm of your hand or into a shirt pocket, under 5 inches tall and two inches wide, this two-way radio is just the right size to slip into a small bag or pocket. And, don’t forget, while fun and handy, they can also play an important role in your family’s emergency preparedness plan.
The FV300 series features an accessory connector permitting use of an audio accessory headset for easy hands-free operation. The connector allows you to hear messages clearly in high noise areas or in quiet environments without disturbing others. You’ll have the flexibility to transmit messages without removing the radio from your belt or carrying case.
Call tones are what people calling you can hear instead of the normal default ring, Choose what your callers will hear from ten audible call tones to grab the attention of your family and friends before you start speaking.
Use the scanning feature to see which channels are currently in use.
Keypad lock prevents your personalized settings from being inadvertently changed.
Low Battery Alert
Low battery alert reminds you when batteries are running low.
• 2 radios
• 2 belt clips
• Available in violet blue
*How far can I expect my radios to communicate? The communication range quoted is calculated under optimum conditions, with an unobstructed line of sight. Actual range wiill vary depending on 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.