Motorola T41 Walkie Talkie Consumer Radio – Blue (Pack of 2)

Motorola T41 Walkie Talkie Consumer Radio – Blue (Pack of 2)

Motorola T41 Walkie Talkie Consumer Radio - Blue (Pack of 2)Battery:3 x battery – AAA type, Run Time (Up To):16 hour(s), Technology:- Alkaline, Type:LCD display – monochrome, Included Accessories:Belt clip, Aerial:External, Max Talk Range:4 km, Two-Way Radio Display Information:Battery level indicator, Controls:Push-to-talk (PTT) button, Power:0.5 watt, Channels:8-channel, Type:PMR, Call Alerts:1, Audible Call Alert:Yes, Talk Confirmation Tone:Yes, Additional Features:Auto squelch, talk confirmation tone, licence-free, Keypad Lock:Yes, Channel Scan:Yes, Keystroke Tone:Yes

  • PMR446 License Free
  • 4km Range – Terrain dependant
  • 8 Channels
  • LCD Display
  • Belt Clip and Carrying Loop

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3 Responses

  1. avatar George Stark says:

    2 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Motorola T41 Walkie Talkie Consumer Radio – Blue (Pack of 2) (Electronics)

    These are pretty decent walkie talkie units. They’re small (definitely suitable for a child’s hand), seem well made, with good audio quality. There are a couple of small problems (and one huge problem).

    The stated range for these is 4km. I don’t know what conditions under which this conclusion was reached, but it’s very much like car manufacturers’ fuel economy figures (essentially, made up on the spot). I was able to use these approximately 0.5km away, admittedly not in an open space.

    They could benefit from a backlight, as the LCD is quite dark.

    Now the deal-breaker, and the reason these are being returned: the battery life is shockingly bad!. I bought these so that my wife could communicate with me when I was in other parts of the house after she was discharged from hospital following foot surgery (an electronic version of a bell, to call for service). They work fine but they obviously have to be switched on for the entire time; doing this and from actually using the units to talk to each other approximately 20 times each day, brand new Duracell AAA batteries lasted 48hrs (this is also having the units switched on overnight, but not used). According to the manual, a power save mode is supposed to be activated if they’re not used for (I think) 8 seconds. Maybe what I was expecting just isn’t possible and walkie talkies have high power needs, but there’s just no way I can buy 6 AAA batteries every 2 days. I even turned off the ‘BLEEP’ sound that each unit emits after releasing the PTT button, to try and save some power…I also had them at volume level 2 (out of 5) but it didn’t make any difference to how long the batteries lasted.

    If these were used for short periods of time and then powered off until required again, they may be practical to use but as it stands, they’re essentially not fit for purpose.

  2. avatar Margot says:

    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Motorola T41 Walkie Talkie Consumer Radio – Blue (Pack of 2) (Electronics)

    They are small enough for child’s hand to hold which is great as I got them for our 5 year old daughter. She is rather techy so I did not doubt she will manage using those rather than getting her toy walkie talkies that have range of only 500 m for the same price.
    Motorola T41 have 4 km range, in open terrain, rubbery grip, 8 channels and each use 3 standard AAA batteries.

    Why 4 not 5 stars? I wish the batteries could last a bit longer. They do not last a day (of constant use) so it is wise investing in some rechargeable ones rather than buying new batteries all the time.

  3. avatar Anonymous says:

    4 Out of 5 Star Rating

    Motorola T41 Walkie Talkie Consumer Radio – Blue (Pack of 2) (Electronics)

    My two use this (age 6 and 8) and they are a lot of fun, they have a good range and clear sound. Battery lasts for a good amount of time as long as you remember to turn it off when it’s not being played with. My only criticism would be that I wish I had bought one that was re-chargeable. I spend £20 on a plug with rechargeable batteries for these and had I just bought slightly more expensive walkietalkie that re-charges, I would’ve actually saved more money! But all in all they are great.

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