MOTOROLA TLKR-T92 NEW Comes in pairs
Keeping You Connected On Your Wildest Adventures
Floating waterproof design, rugged construction and up to 10km range, the T92 H2O keeps you connected with family and friends. The integrated torch has bright white and red modes and will automatically activate on contact with water. Press the emergency alert button to activate a hands-free call and sound a loud warning tone on your radio to signal to others in your group that you need help3. Supplied with rechargeable batteries, USB car charger, belt clips with built-in whistle and a hard carry case, the T92 H2O has everything you need to stay connected during your wildest adventures.
Count on the T92 H2O two-way waterproof radio to keep you connected whether on land or at sea. With its IP67 rating, the T92 H2O withstands constant submersion of up to 1m for 30 minutes and repels the heaviest rain.
Floats Face Up With Water-activated Flashlight for Easy Retrieval
Through meticulous engineering, the radio floats and is visible on the water surface. And with the water-activated flashlight, it’s even easier to find.
Be Prepared for an Emergency
This radio includes an emergency alert feature, allowing you to enjoy your escape to the great outdoors with confidence that others can be informed of any dangers that may come your way. When the alert button is activated, the radio transmits an alert siren followed by transmission of spoken or incidental sounds. This allows you to send the signal to other radios and warn of impending danger.
8 Channels Each with 121 Privacy Codes
With 8 channels and 121 privacy codes, totalling almost 1000 combinations, it’s easy to find an available channel.
Compatible with Any PMR446 Radio
T92 H2O is PMR446-compliant, so you can communicate with other TLKR radios or even with radios from other suppliers by being on the same channel and privacy code.
T92 H2O Packaging Includes:
• 2 radios
• 2 whistle belt clips
• 2 NiMH rechargeable batteries
• 1 car charger with 2 detachable USB cables
• 1 carry case
• 1 user guide