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61. Midland 3W Radio Pair
$54.49
62. Midland AM/FM Alarm Clock Radio
$69.95
63. Midland 77-160 XLT 40 Channel
$69.95
64. Midland 75-507C2 14 Channel Two
$29.99 $21.92
65. Midland AVP5 Accessory Pack for
$129.90
66. Midland 23-110 Dual Multifunction
$17.95
67. Midland 75-503C2 SpeakEasy 3 Channel
$49.95
68. Midland 75-510XLB Speak EasyM
$45.99
69. Midland G225-C2 22-Channel/38-Code
$59.99
70. Midland 75-510XLM Speak EasyM
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71. Midland G-300C2 22 Channel 3 Watt
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72. Midland 21-200 Powermax Ultra
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73. Midland G-225C2 22 Channel GMRS/FRSwith
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74. Midland 74109 All Hazard Radio
75. Spec 2pk Radio With Chrgr
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76. Midland 77-092 Mobile CB Radio
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77. Midland 75-511 FRS 2-Way Radio
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78. Midland G-30 GMRS 2-Way Radio
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79. Midland 77-115 Mobile CB Radio
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80. Midland G-300MC2 22 Channel 3

61. Midland 3W Radio Pair

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Asin: B0002KLH2S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Features

  • 22 channels (7 FRS/GMRS, 7 FRS, 8 GMRS)
  • 3W of power
  • 38 privacy codes
  • Up to 8-mile range on land & up to 10-mile range over water
  • Paging/Call, Scan & Auto Stealth Squelch functions

62. Midland AM/FM Alarm Clock Radio with Weather/All Hazard Alerts

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Asin: B0002XSWX2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: NetGift
Sales Rank: 174500
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Product Description

*Uses both analog and digital signaling *Special Area Message Encoding (S.A.M.E.) *7 weather channels, 10 memory channels, 20 programmable counties *Add up to 8 alerts *Indigo display alarm clock with full date display ... Read more

Features

  • Uses both analog and digital signaling
  • Special Area Message Encoding (S.A.M.E.)
  • 7 weather channels, 10 memory channels, 20 programmable counties
  • Add up to 8 alerts
  • Indigo display alarm clock with full date display

63. Midland 77-160 XLT 40 Channel "Road Max" CB Radio

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Asin: B0002D6K5O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Product Description

Road Max II features high performance receiver that pulls in weak signals, a microphone boost circuit that amplifies your voice for long range transmissions, instant channel 19, and a variable RF gain that permits reducing or increasing receiver range as ... Read more


64. Midland 75-507C2 14 Channel Two Way FRS Radio 2 Pack

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Asin: B00061YYXW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 36194
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Features

  • Up to two mile talk range
  • 14 channels with easy access buttons
  • Dual-level voice activation or PTT
  • All channel and dual watch scanning
  • Operates on 3 AA batteries (not included)

65. Midland AVP5 Accessory Pack for Nautico Handheld, AC & DC Charging Adapters, Headset and Mount Holder
list price: $29.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0009GGF5Y
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Product Description

MIDLAND AVP-5 ... Read more

Features

  • AC & DC Charging Adapters
  • Headset
  • Mount/Holder

66. Midland 23-110 Dual Multifunction Meter

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Asin: B0002D6K2C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Features

  • Allows you to monitor a variety of functions.
  • Reads power output in two ranges. (0- 10 and 0-100 watts).
  • Dual meters read forward and reverse power simultaneously to constantly monitor your antenna system.
  • Operates from 1.5 to 150 MHz.
  • SO 239 connectors.

67. Midland 75-503C2 SpeakEasy 3 Channel Two-Way Radio Two-Pack

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Asin: B0002D6K4U
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Product Description

These 1/2 watt radios will let you communicate up to two miles. They offer many features including voice activation for hands-free operation, stealth squelch to eliminate annoying popping noises, flexible rubber antenna, low battery indicator, and more. ... Read more


68. Midland 75-510XLB Speak EasyM Mobile FRS Radio

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Asin: B0002D6K54
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Features

  • Maximum FCC allowable power for up to 3 mile range.
  • Hands free VOX
  • 532 'Privacy codes'
  • Easy to read backlit LCD display
  • Small and light weight.

69. Midland G225-C2 22-Channel/38-Code Frs/Gmrs 2-Watt 5-Mile Radio

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Asin: B0002JVGKM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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70. Midland 75-510XLM Speak EasyM Mobile FRS Radio With Vehicle Antenna

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Asin: B0002D6K5E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Features

  • Maximum FCC allowable power for up to 3 mile range.
  • Hands free VOX
  • 532 'Privacy codes'
  • Easy to read backlit LCD display
  • Small and light weight.

71. Midland G-300C2 22 Channel 3 Watt GMRS Pair with Codes
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000AMK34
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 8844
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 22 Channel GMRS with 3Year Warranty
  • 3 Watts for Up to 10 Miles over Water 8 Miles over Land
  • 38 Codes
  • VOX Operation
  • Vibrating Alert/Page Call

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Not worth the money
I bought the Midway G-300 radios thinking it would be very useful because of the advertised 10-mile range but after some testing I found out that it does not even reach 2 miles maximum power. The FCC regulations require a permit to operate this and other powerful radios, as to prevent abusive uses with it, but I would not waste time and money to apply for this because of the short range (thus limited usage) of this.

The G-300 is good for many short-range outdoor activities, inside stores, etc. The volume can be set loud enough for any purpose (sometimes the minimum is not quiet enough!). I found the vibration mode very useful.

I got this at Staples for $35 after mail-in rebate, which at that price it may be worth the value. Unless you can get a good deal on this I would not recommend this.

5-0 out of 5 stars 3 watts and easy to use!
Chose this model because of the 3 watt feature for longer distance. Very easy to use with simple instructions. All settings are saved when turning off (including power level), so they are the same when turning unit back on.
I do agree, the lowest volume is not low enough, but I don't plan on using it in a movie theatre. Very satisfied with this choice for the amount of money paid !!

2-0 out of 5 stars 10 miles? I doubt it
I realize that in the real world you're not going to get a 10 mile range like Midland advertises (don't know how they came up with that figure), but I did expect better than the 1.5 mile range that I obtained. The problem could be that the antenna appears to be smaller than on some of the other frs radios I've had experience with. Also, the g300 is more complicated to operate than need be. In order to get access to the 3 watts of power, you have to go through the menu every time you turn the radio on. Then there's the volume control. Lowest volume is not low enough. Sorry, but I can't recommend this radio. ... Read more


72. Midland 21-200 Powermax Ultra Mount

our price: $21.99
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Asin: B000246VP2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
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Features

  • Suitable for most transceivers, GPS and other mobile and marine accessories
  • Can be attached to the top or bottom of your dash
  • Can turned 360° and inclined up to 30°
  • Simple and rapid removal system
  • Made of nylon and stainless steel treated for high resistance

73. Midland G-225C2 22 Channel GMRS/FRSwith 38 Codes7 Mile Range
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00008JOMF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 14360
Average Customer Review: 1.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

These 2-way radios come with the convenience of both GMRS and FRSchannels. They feature a total of 22 GMRS/FRS channels with up to a seven mile rangewith GMRS channels. The backlit LCD display offers easy reading in low-lightconditions. The G-225 radios also feature a key lock to prevent accidental channelchanges, and vibrating call alert. The hands-free VOX feature allows for hands-freeoperation. 836 sub-channels allow for private communicating. The G-225 operates onfour AAA batteries and run for around fifteen hours. Remember that you'll need a FCClicense to operate these powerful radios.

What's in the Box
Two G-225C2 radios, belt clips, and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 22 Channel with 7 mile Range
  • VOX
  • 38 Codes
  • Page/Call
  • Scan

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Too Hard to Use
We bought 4 radios to keep in touch while snow skiing. They replaced 4 older/cheaper radios that were 1/2 watt with no sub-codes. The Midland radios have the squelch unlock button right above the push-to-talk button. Both buttons are just little rubber-covered bumps on the side of the radio. A gloved finger can't tell the difference. We had to remove gloves to even use the radios because we couldn't tell when the button was pressed or which button we were pressing. An accidental double-click on the push-to-talk button activates the 3 second alert tone and shuts down all conversation. Three seconds is forever if it happens in the middle of your transmission. Half the time, we'd get only part of a transmission because the push-to-talk button wasn't getting pushed correctly. VERY FRUSTRATING! Remember that these were experienced radio users. We also found that any small hill between us would garble the reception. Friends who were with us were much happier with their 1/2 watt Motorolas. If I had my money back, I'd buy something else.

1-0 out of 5 stars Poor reception and even poorer quality
I was very displeased with my Midland G-225 radios. I bought six G-225 radios so all of my hunting partners could stay in communication across a one square mile property. I chose Midland over Motorola brand radios because of the Midland's two watts of power compared to most Motorola two-way radios that are on one-half watt output. I assumed four times more power would increase communication distances. Was I ever wrong...

We found in side by side tests of the Midland G-225 and several different versions of Motorola's 1/2 watt systems that the Motorolas were far superior in reception across hilly and wooded terrain. At times, the Midland's could not communicate across distances as short as 200 yards, if there was any intervening terrain, while the various Motorolas had no problem with these conditions.

In addition, of the six G-225 units I purchased, two had major problems right out of the box, while two more went bad within three days of use. In my opinion, that is totally unacceptable quality. ... Read more


74. Midland 74109 All Hazard Radio with 7 NOAA Weather Channels
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005AK7B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 23235
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Get round-the-clock, up-to-the-minute weather and hazardous conditionsinformation with Midland's weather/hazard radio. With its seven channels, thisradio will receive all warnings of severe weather or other hazardous conditions.

The Midland radio features an "alert" mode that monitors automatically NOAAsignals for any alert and automatically sounds your choice of a 90 dB siren or avoice warning or flashes a red LED. Some other features include an externalantenna jack for better reception, a test button that enables the user to testthe alert monitoring system, and a foldaway telescopic antenna.

This durable radio's compact design will accommodate most spaces and can beplugged into any standard 120-volt AC outlet (power adapter included). Also, abuilt-in jack permits the unit to be powered from any 12-volt DC vehicle or boat(with an optional 12-volt cord). With its 9-volt battery backup system (batterynot included), it will operate even during a power outage. ... Read more

Features

  • 7-channel NOAA weather and all-hazard radio
  • Automatic alert with 90 dB siren
  • Instant weather reports with the push of a button
  • Battery backup for operation during power outages
  • Supplied with telescopic antenna and power supply

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Midland Products Dubious
I own this weather radio, and it has great features...if only it worked properly! Mine has a tendency to come on anytime it feels like it, not just when there's an alert, which can be quite shocking in the middle of the night. I suspect a problem in the electronics. I recenty purchased another model made by Midland, and the buttons on it don't work right, so I'm going to have to return it to the store. I won't be buying another piece of electronics from Midland. If you're looking for a trouble-free weather radio, steer clear!

5-0 out of 5 stars Constant weather info for the weather junkie
If you are worried about the weather, this is the perfect item for you! You can get up-to-date weather reports 24 hours a day after choosing which source you want. You enter the code for your area on the back, and you're all set! (The instructions are clear and easy.) Best of all, if you travel you can take it with you and reset it for the new place. You have a choice of being alerted in a weather emergency by a red flashing light or by a loud-enough siren. The announcer's voice is monotonic because of the recording, but if you just want the facts, you won't care. It also gives conditions of weather in the ocean for boaters and fishermen. It works even in a power failure because of its backup battery. You won't have to wait until after the daily news report to find out the weather at any time! This is great! ... Read more


75. Spec 2pk Radio With Chrgr

Asin: B0007LMFOQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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Product Description

Features * 2 Watts of power 22 Channels * Up to 7-Mile Range * 836 Privacy Channels * HandsFree Operation * Backlit LCD Water resistant * Works with all FRS/GMRS * Scan Feature Keylock * Roger Beep Tone Auto Squelch * Power High/Power Low Option * Battery PackDrop-in Charger & Headset (AVP-1 AVP-2) * Uses 4 AAA Batteries Durable Belt Clip * Speaker/Mic/Charger Jacks ... Read more


76. Midland 77-092 Mobile CB Radio
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000K39B
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 24671
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Citizen's Band radios have fallen out of favor in the last decade or so, replaced by FRS, but they are still affordable and useful tools for highway travelers. When choosing a CB, few alternatives offer the range of a product like Midland's 77-092 40 Channel Mobile CB Radio when used in conjunction with a quality external antenna.

The Midland 77-092 is intended for permanent installation in your vehicle and involves putting screw holes in your dash and wiring the CB to your car's power supply. The included wiring was long enough for us to set the CB on the passenger seat, but that is far from the ideal configuration. An external speaker jack is located on the back of the unit along with a plug for the wire coming from the external antenna. A plug for the included push-to-talk microphone is on the front, as are the knobs for volume and squelch. You select channels with two small buttons, and they're displayed on a small, bright LCD screen.

This CB is remarkably light on features. There's no way to automatically scan through channels, and we couldn't pull in automated weather signals as some other units we've tested can. The 77-092's most striking feature is its small size. At less than 5 inches wide and only 1.5 inches thick, it should fit unobtrusively in nearly any vehicle. The included microphone is small but adequate, although it had a cheap feel. On the road, the radio's range was right in line with that of similar mobile units we've tested, and your results will vary, depending on the type of antenna you attach (which you'll have to buy separately). This product might be a good no-frills choice for those who plan to use their CB infrequently, but people who rely on the unit all the time will want one of Midland's more robust models. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Compact size
  • Easy to use
Cons:
  • Few features
  • Requires permanent installation
  • Cheap microphone
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Features

  • 40 CB channels
  • Solid state switching
  • Coiled-cord microphone and clip
  • Complete instructions and mounting hardware
  • Compact design, fits almost any vehicle

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice Budget Radio
The Midland 77-092 is definitely not overloaded with features, but it is a good low cost general purpose transceiver. I use it as a mobile unit with the Midland 18-2983 magnet mount antenna and am pleased with both products.

2-0 out of 5 stars the dissapearing citizen band
Class D citizen band provides an excelent very short distance communication. With the FCC only legally allowing 4 watts on 11 meters your range is very limited; all CB's can potentially be modified however for a illegal higher output. Unless your running a half wave base antenna, a nice beam, or a extremely long hi-gain mobile antenna dont expect much from this rig, or any other CB rig. With the new FRS fad they are pounding in the 2 mile range... however this is not true because one they run in (FM)frequency modulation mode which has excelent sound but its mainly line of sight communication only, two they have extreme power restrictions and no external antennas; those 350 miliwatts of power will barely get you a mile unless your in an excelent terrain. I highly recomend AM mode for distance, however if your going to buy a CB get one with (SSB) single side band which will allow you to use a portion of an AM wave the upper or lower part. In side band mode your 4 watt radio will produce 12 watts of legal power because you are only using the top, or bottom part of a wave without a carrier, this tends to be garbled so constant adjustment with the clarifier nobb may be neaded. As well on CB..11 meters if your lucky in the heat of the summer days the band accasionaly will open up and allow your radio wave to skip clear across the world; this is rare though running such low power but it is possible and ive seen it happen. But for those who seek the distance of radio Amateur (HAM) radio is what its all about. The FCC has made it possible to become a liscensed ham operator without knowing morse code anymore and a 35 question test which you can pass with a 70%. As a ham operator i can tell you its very rewarding, repeaters are free to use and usually have about a 25-40 mile range which you can hit with just miliwatts of power, or for those who seek long communications it is legal to run up to 1.5 kilowatts (1500 watts) of brute power. Although this is not neaded you can easily work the world with low power on certain bands. And with repeater ive hit some of them next to 100 miles away running only 5 watts on 2 meter fm. but thats all i have to say
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5-0 out of 5 stars Great CB
This Cb is great I have been using it for a while now and I love it. You do have to go to radio shack and get a cigarette adapter and splice the wires but its common sence stuff. and I didn't mount it. it sits fine in my ranger. You should get a good antenna I got a plastic whip at radio shack for about 20 bucks and it gets out far. The only thing you might consider is a filter because when the car runs it makes a buzz noise not lound just annoying but its nothing that you couldn't fix with your squelch because when you talk it goes away and when you get someone talking to you it will go away but if you are one that needs everything perfect go get it at radio shack. but other than that no problems! Its Great GET IT!

3-0 out of 5 stars Great new toy
I'm reasonably happy with my new cb but I have to admit I wasn't prepared for the installation. I'm not a car guy and I was expecting a cigarette lighter power supply. I needed up having to use alligator clips to connect the bare wire sticking out the back to the accessory panel in my 98 Honda's fuse assembly. This is a fine radio but was more of an installation hassle than I thought. If you have the gusto to mess with your cars electrical system then go for it. Otherwise it can be plugged into your cigarette lighter (not an option for me because of my radar detector) regardless it means a trip to pep boys to finish it up. It also requires you to screw holes in your dash, which most people won't do. I keep loose next to my seat. ... Read more


77. Midland 75-511 FRS 2-Way Radio
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00004U8GT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Midland 75-511 14-Channel Family Radio with 38 codes is great for any outdoor activities you plan. It comes in a water-resistant case to reduce damage from intense sunlight and rain. It has numerous features, including vox activation for hands-free use, a dual watch for two-channel monitoring, and a call system that can page other members of your party.

In addition, the Roger Beep System provides four tones that indicate power and/or the end of a transmission. Jacks make it easy to connect to an external speaker and microphone or wall adapter.

The Midland 75-511 is powered by three AA batteries, and it boasts a two-mile range on land or a five-mile range on water. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-mile range
  • Channel-lock, scan, and call button
  • Vox activation for hands-free use
  • Liquid-crystal display
  • Comes with belt clip

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars good, not the best
This was the first pair of frs radios i have OWNED, i have used other frs radios mainly motorolas, i find the buton placement on these radios to be far soupire to any of the motorola radios i have used. the range may not be the best but it is decent, i say these would be much beter if they included rechargeable batteries, and the manuels could be better but the radio is defently a keeper. ... Read more


78. Midland G-30 GMRS 2-Way Radio w/ Charger
list price: $119.95
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Asin: B00005AK7H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 33126
Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Midland G30 two-way radio was designed to be the world's smallestand lightest 2-watt GMRS/FRS radio. It's not only small, but it has a ruggedconstruction and a host of great features. It includes 15 channels with 38subchannels for 570 privacy code/channel combinations.

The G30 is shock resistant and waterproof for outside use. It has channel scan,and a backlit LCD screen for anytime operation. The radio also comes with a keylock that allows the user to disable all front key controls, preventing newoperators for accidentally changing any set codes. Some other features include arechargeable battery pack with a desktop charger, a flexible screw-on antenna,and a belt clip.

This Midland radio comes with a limited one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Compact 2-way radio with 2-watt GMRS/FRS transmission
  • 5-mile range
  • 15 channels and 38 CTCSS privacy codes
  • 15-level digital volume and squelch control
  • Channel scan, drop-in charger, page/call, flexible screw-on antenna

Reviews (10)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well --mostly...
Overall, I think this is a pretty good product. I have gotten over a 5 mile range over an unobstructed distance (mountain top to a cabin over 5 miles away). The charging time is very fast too. The included NiMh (no memory rechargeable) batteries are great.

The only problem I have had with the radios is that the Preferred Channel Scan (PS=on) renders the radios unreliable. This function is intended to allow you to set the radios on one channel and have them monitor (and receive) another channel in the background. If you turn this feature on, the radios will not consistently communicate. They will work about 60% of the time. Sometimes the green LED on the receiving radio blinks when the transmitting radio is trying to talk, but no sound comes out. The problem is that the person trying to talk has no idea they are not being heard! The manual says this (the blinking green LED) is because the CTCSS (sub channel) is wrong, but it is not actually the problem. I am working with Midland tech support to get it fixed, but they have been pretty slow with their response.

My main point is this: I think this radio is a good value and works quite well. The range is very good outdoors and the charger and NiMh battery combination is very convenient. Don't use the Preferred Channel Scan, though. You won't be happy if you enable this feature. Hopefully they will fix this feature so it works properly.

Now that I know about the problem, I am having good results with these radios.

3-0 out of 5 stars Midland G-30 Radio
I purchased two of the Midland G30 radio's because of the two watt power, though I didn't expect to obtain the advertised five mile range. I found that almost all other FRS radios have a 500 milliwatt (half-watt) power. Also the 38 privacy codes for each channel and the GMRS channels (8-15) appealed to me as I didn't wish to hear other peoples conversations. Channels 1-7 are the common FRC frequencies, and 8-15 are the less used GMRS frequencies, so you can only communicate with FRC radios on channels 1-7. The radio does not work on FRS channels 8-14. I bought the radios for use in amusement parks and vacation. A week after purchase, I used them for both. The radios had no problem working 1.5 miles apart on Long Island going through buildings and utility wires. My son stood on our front lawn and I drove to several locations in town. Later that week we traveled upstate NY and I gave one to family members in another car. They worked well in traffic and I was very pleased to not hear any other conversations through the parts of New York City and throughout the 260 mile trip. The furthest me and the other car separated on the thruway was maybe 2 miles, but the radios sounded as if we were much closer. The battery power level remained high at the end of six hours. In upstate NY I easily got a 3 plus mile range on the water, and probably could have gotten much further had I traveled further. At 3 miles the reception was as clear as if I was 500 feet from the other radio. The radios worked well in an amusement park with one sometimes being inside buildings. However I couldn't be reached from a mile away when I was inside a supermarket. As I mentioned, don't expect any radio to get the advertised maximum range, but these radios are better the less powerful ones on the market. The radios have some type of scan feature, which I do not use, as I set both to one of the GMRS channels with a privacy code and leave them that way. I have heard some complaints about the scan feature, but I don't why people would want to skip around in the first place. For our vacation I purchased two less expensive, plain FRC radios for the kids to play with and communicate with their cousins. They worked well, but lacked power for distance, and those radios picked up a lot of other people's chatter. Some the of the downsides to the G-30's are terrible instructions-a lack of information provided with the radio's. I found the batteries came almost fully charged, so I was concerned when they became fully charged after only ten minutes. No mention of this is made in instructions, nor if they are one of those "memory" batteries. This lack of info caused me test the batteries and figure this out on my own. Also the belt clip is removable, which my directions fail to mention. Much more effort could have been spent on the booklet. Also, one of the radio's had a stripped screw on the battery door which caused me to exchange it. I would have preferred a more "rubbery" case like some of the Motorola's have and a better belt clip or belt holster. Other than this, I found the radios are pretty good. I carefully opened the package from the side with a razor and removed all the items carefully so that they could be returned easily in the event turned out to be junk. They didn't. I plan to keep them. In fact I am sending away for the mobile magnetic roof antenna and 2 "Y" adapters so that ear plugs can be used. The size is great, they easily fit into a shirt or pants pocket, they are much smaller and lighter than the "almost 2 watt" Motorola radios.

2-0 out of 5 stars You dont get what you are paying for
I recently ordered a pair of the Midland G30's. The review of these radios said that were STURDIDLY CONSTRUCTED and water resistant. This is a gross exageration. In fact the outer plastic shell looks like it would crack if you thumped it. There is not one sign of waterproofing. I have not actually tried the radios out to see what kind of range they have, I have been to disgusted with there overall CHEAPNESS in appearance. I think I will just send them back.

3-0 out of 5 stars Pre-Review before purchase?
I own x4 FRS Audiovox radios and plan to upgrade to the Midland GMRS G-30. I've read all the current reviews and noticed that some people do not understand FRS/GMRS. FRS radios max legal output power is 500mw. GMRS max legal is 2watt and maybe more on future models. The G-30 was designed to also communicate with FRS cousins. Do not expect 2watt power when communicating with FRS it's not gonna happen. Only the GMRS frequency band will allow the 2watt power output. Two GMRS radios set at GMRS frequencies required for 2watt power output. 5 mile range is more than likely in an open plane with no obstacles in sight. When I purchase the G-30's i'll do another rating. (...) I rated a 3star because I don't own one yet and my knowledge and reading the reviews was helpful.

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointed
I purchased the G-30 hoping for increased range over FRS radios. Unfortunately, I found little if any difference. In fact, FRS radios (Motorola FR60) actually performed better from a range standpoint on some occasions. I even went to the trouble to send the units to Midland to have them checked. They did so and reported that they were ok.

I can see only two reasons to purchase The G-30; advertised increased range, and gmrs channel capability. With range being most important on my list, I felt they were not worth keeping.

By the way, I recently used the Motorola FR60's on a trip into the Grand Canyon. They provided line of sight communication at a distance of over 15 miles! ... Read more


79. Midland 77-115 Mobile CB Radio
list price: $139.95
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Asin: B00000K38X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 33984
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This CB radio comes with four watts of input and three watts of output. Thepackage comes with an installation kit including the proper wiring, nuts and bolts to getyou up and running more quickly. Other highlights include: automatic noise control,automatic gain control, a bright orange LCD display, EMG (emergency) button, tenchannels of NOAA weather information and keyboard lock.

What's in the Box
One 77-115 CB radio, installation kit, mic w/ cord and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 channels
  • 10 NOAA weather channels
  • Orange LCD display
  • Emergency indicators
  • Keyboard lock

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good CB radio
I bought my 77-115 about 5 months ago and it has been wonderful. I also have a K40 5'6" whip on my car and I love it.

1-0 out of 5 stars It Sucks
Since I have had this unit it works only when it wants to. I have had it into several CB shops and they all say the same thing. It Sucks. STAY AWAY from this unit.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great
I have only had a short time, and I am very happy. The features are great, especially the weather channel. I think this is a great value! I do agree with another review do get a good antenna, and you will enjoy it more.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super Value CB Radio
I have one of these in my car, and it works extremely well. With a MIC gain and RF gain that is adjustable, you can punch through loud and clear. The display is easy to read, and in outhern California I can pick up three weather channels. The memory channels are an added feature, but be sure to hook up all three wires or the channels will not be saved in memory. The lock feature is a plus, to avoid unwanted setting changes. Just get the best antenna you can to go with this great mobile radio and you're good to go. A super value for a super radio! ... Read more


80. Midland G-300MC2 22 Channel 3 Watt Mossy Oak GMRS with Codes
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B0000AMK35
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 12792
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Features

  • 22 ChannelMossy Oak GMRS with 3Year Warranty
  • 3 Watts for Up to 10 Miles over Water 8 Miles over Land
  • 38 Codes
  • VOX Operation
  • Vibrating Alert/Page Call

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