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101. Midland GXT-400VP1 22 Channel
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102. Midland 75-507 FRS 2-Way Radio
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103. Midland 77-285AXL Mobile CB Radio
104. MIDLAND WT-5R Additional wireless
105. Mitsumi NW90113A Pda Mitsumi Wavit11
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106. Midland 74105XL All Hazard Radio
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107. Midland 75-515 2-Way Radio
$37.50 list($79.95)
108. Midland 74210 All Hazard Radio
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109. Midland 22405 EarBud Speaker Microphone
110. 22ch 2w 5mi Frs/gmrs
$72.79
111. Gmrs Radio Package
$40.82
112. Gxt300 Radios W/avp1
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113. Midland 18-2983 Deluxe CB Magnetic
114. Midland 2-Watt 5-Mile Radio
115. 10-mile Frs/gmrs Radios
116. Camo 14-mi Radios W/noaa
117. 8-mile Frs/gmrs Radios
$39.48
118. 12-mile Radios W/noaa
$36.99 $29.31 list($49.99)
119. Midland Xtra Talk GXT2502 Watt
120. Hand Held Marine Radio

101. Midland GXT-400VP1 22 Channel GMRS 2-Way Radio with 38 Privacy Codes and Noaa Weather Radio
list price: $89.99
our price: $51.99
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Asin: B0002RPSJO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 6312
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Features

  • 7 GMRS / FRS, 7 FRS and 8 GMRS Channels
  • Transmits up to 10 +miles with 4 Watts power
  • NOAA weather channel reception
  • 3 Hands-Free Vox settings
  • 5 Incoming call tones with vibrating alert and monitor

102. Midland 75-507 FRS 2-Way Radio
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B00000K390
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 33098
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Clear, crisp communication is easy, with the Midland SpeakEasy Micro II, a 14-channel two-way FRS radio. It features UHF operation and FM audio, dual-level voice activation (VOX), full power for extra-long range, and new "Stealth Squelch" that helps eliminate the annoying popping noise at the beginning and the end of transmissions. Use it around the home, farm, workplace, or for hunting, fishing and camping. Micro II requires no license, and is so easy to use - just select one of 14 channels and press the Push-to-talk button, or switch on VOX for "hands-free" use. The bright LED indicator lets you know at a glance which channel you're on, and the call button alerts other units. With state-of-the-industry surface mount technology (SMT) circuitry, Micro II should give years of trouble-free use. The TX/batt light indicates transmissions and warns of low battery power, and dual watch allows you to monitor 2 channels automatically. Scan feature lets you monitor all channels. Call button allows you to page others in your group. Only Midland packs all these features, ultra compact design and more into a value-priced radio. Keep in touch without paying too much with the SpeakEasy Micro II. ... Read more

Features

  • Push To Talk or VOX transmit control
  • Power Save circuit
  • 14-channels with scanning
  • Dual watch automatically monitors 2 channels
  • LED display

Reviews (47)

4-0 out of 5 stars Keeping in touch
We really enjoy having 2 of these.They have good clear sound and have come in handy alot of times.Especially when we are traveling or fishing.And when we are following each other on the highway it is alot cheaper to use these then our cell phones.

2-0 out of 5 stars why not offer all the parts?
I ordered 2 of your FRS radios and the ear bud remote microphones.I did get all I ordered BUT your advertising to me, is misleading .I cannot use the remote earbud microphones. Why? Because they require an adapter Midland part number 22-001 Why wasen't this mentioned in your original write up? I tried to identify the part number from midland and it is not listed. So the ear bud microphones are usless. I expected that they should be Plug and Play as the advertisement implied.Where can I find such and animal?

1-0 out of 5 stars Great for a week, aweful for a lifetime
The Midland 75-507 14-Channel FRS with Hands-Free Radio VOX Radio looks really good at first glance and it works really well around the house when you test it out, but when you bring it in the woods or on the ski slopes, that one-mile range turns into a two foot range. We used them for a while on car rides until they stopped working. Then we took them to the slopes, but half-way up the chairlift we wouldn't be able to communicate. Then others around us would be on the same chanell and you would hear everything they said. Now, 1 year after buying them, when you turn them on, all you get it static, the VOX doesn't work, and sometimes, when you turn it on it just blinks at the same chanell and you can't talk to anyone. If you want to get one, I reccommend the Motorola TalkAbouts. I've had them for a while and they are MUCH better.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Value!
We bought two of these to use during our summer vacation.We caravanedfrom the SF Bay Area to Central Oregon with another family who had a pairof Motorola's.One channel was for the adults, and one for the kids.Wecould hear each other clearly even when we lost sight of each other on theroad.

I would say that the range is 1 - 1.5 miles, not two (maybe 2 milesin the Bonneville Salt Flats ;{p}.

Ours work well (I read that a fewcustomers received non-working radios).They appear to be well made, andfit comforatably in the hands of adults and children alike.I plan to usethe headset jack for skiing this winter.

The only reason to pay more fora Motorola radio is if you want the 38 sub-channels for less interferenceand greater privacy.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not happy..yet.
After reading the reviews this seemed like a good purchase, except forpeople saying that either they did not work when they arrived, or they diedsoon after.I ordered two, and when they arrived, one did not work.Ihave sent it back and we will see how long it takes to replace and if thenew one works. ... Read more


103. Midland 77-285AXL Mobile CB Radio
list price: $179.99
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Asin: B00005Q4ZO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 62682
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Amazon.com Product Description

The 77-285AXL radio offers not only forty CB channels, but also ten NOAAweather, Canadian and international channels. The unit incorporates microprocessorcontrolled PLL circuitry for precise tuning. The radio also offers Midland's ESP2 noisereduction system, allowing a 95% reduction in noise interference. The front panel is amatte black. Another key feature is the backlit, black matrix LCD screen and selectedbacklit switches: a solid improvement from older LED readouts. Other features include:dual channel watch, high/low power, instant channel nine, jack for earpiece, jack forspeaker phone and auto power save mode. Mounting hardware and FCC licenseinformation are included.

What's in the Box
One 77-285AXL CB radio, microphone bracket system, mounting hardware, plug-inmicrophone with coil cord, FCC information and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 channels
  • Switchable ESP 2 for noise reduction
  • 10 NOAA weather channels
  • Dual channel monitor
  • Five memory channels

104. MIDLAND WT-5R Additional wireless thermometer sensor for WT-5 (MIDLAND WT5R)

Asin: B00009V2YU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 56044
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105. Mitsumi NW90113A Pda Mitsumi Wavit11 802 Wireless Access Point

Asin: B00013BNNE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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106. Midland 74105XL All Hazard Radio with 10 NOAA Weather Channels
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B00000K2T6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 23500
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Midland digital weather radio (model 74-105XL) is a seven-channel all-hazard radio with automatic alert. It's a safety device that no home should be without, especially in locales prone to tornadoes, flash flooding, severe weather, earthquakes, or hurricanes.

The compact alarm clock/monitor provides you with up-to-date local weather information at the touch of a button, and you can program it to automatically switch on the National Weather Service when there is an emergency report.

Crucial to the safety of mobile-home dwellers and lovers of wilderness activities, a Midland Weathermax should be hanging alongside the fire extinguisher in every home and camp. If a weather emergency arises your area, Weathermax will automatically sound a siren or give a voice or LED warning and switch to the local weather broadcast.

The telescopic antenna provides reception from up to 50 miles away and brings in clear, crisp sound. There's also an antenna jack for the use of an optional extended-range antenna. We especially liked how there was one big button for immediate weather reports, one button for testing the system, and a third for keeping the unit in emergency notification mode. Time, date, and alert appear (with up to 56 messages) in the digital display to describe the type of emergency.

A wall adapter (included) or a 9-volt emergency battery backup (not included) powers model 74-200. Expect six to eight hours of operation from a fresh battery. Also included are an easy-to-read owner's guide, a National Weather Service list containing the transmitter frequencies for all 50 U.S. states, a list of tornado safety tips, and some handy tips for improving reception. --David Greenberger

Pros:

  • Automatic switch to National Weather Service in times of weather emergency
  • Siren alert for weather emergencies
  • Text displays type of alert
Cons:
  • Siren not exceptionally loud
  • Boxy clock/radio design not helpful for travel
  • Short battery life when in constant use
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Features

  • 7-channel weather and all-hazard radio with AM/FM
  • 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 (6)

4-0 out of 5 stars Does the job
I purchased a Midland 74105XL as a gift, but gave it a quick test to make sure all was well before wrapping it up, and it performed exactly as could be expected.

I compared it to an Oregon Scientific WR-8000 'All Hazards' portable and an Icom IC-M3A marine VHF handheld radio. Reception quality was good on the active weather channels in this area, however there weren't any alert warnings broadcast at the time, so I can't comment on that feature. The Midland was a bit better than the Oregon Scientific, probably due to it's telescoping antenna vs. the short 'rubber ducky' type on the WR-8000. The Icom being a transceiver, and having a more sensitive receiver was better than both. The AM/FM section of the 74105XL works as well as any inexpensive portable radio.

The build quality of the 74105XL is also typical of an inexpensive radio (and typical for Midland) - sort of cheap feeling, but perfectly adequate for tabletop use. I had posted a negative review here on Amazon.com on the similarly featured Midland WR10 All Hazards radio based on it's less than user-friendly design. Fortunately, the layout of the 74105XL is much more straightforward.

Something that's probably applicable to just about every All Hazards radio currently in use in the U.S. is the quality (or, lack of) artificial speech used for NOAA's weather radio broadcasts. Up until a couple years ago, the broadcasts were recorded by a real, live human. They have since been replaced by a computer synthesized voice, and it sounds just like what you might expect - very artificial. According to the NOAA weather radio site [...], they are currently in the process of upgrading all of their stations with a newer technology, more natural sounding speech system. They even have sample audio files available for audition.

The 74105XL does not feature the SAME specific area warning system, so it's probably best suited to milder climes or environments where a highly localized warning may not be as essential. As a good, basic weather radio, the 74510XL does the job. By the way, the recipients I gave the radio to are happy with it!

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the safest product i have ever used
this product is one of the most important things u should have if u want u your your family to be safe

5-0 out of 5 stars Best weather radio ever owned
This weather radio has it all!! Auto Alert, AM/FM, 7 Channels, Great Size. Bottom Line is it saved me last year during hurricane season. 5 Stars!!!

3-0 out of 5 stars the amazon review is not accurate
the review you put with this product describes another midland radio, the 74-200. the 74-105XL does not have a cb channel, nor does it have a display to show the time, date and type of emergency claimed in your write-up. however, I have used this radio in Canada and it is effective for emergency notification and is still a good product at this price. I was just disappointed to receive the radio and find it does not have the specifications described in the Amazon write-up.

4-0 out of 5 stars Does the job
This is a fine, reliable, weather plus AM/FM radio. You can choose which station you want to hear, but my next one will have SAME technology to be even more specific. ... Read more


107. Midland 75-515 2-Way Radio
list price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004U8GS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 25577
Average Customer Review: 4.71 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Grasp the sturdy-yet-light Midland 75-515 FRS two-way radio in your hand and you'll be staying in touch with friends, associates, and family in a whole new way. The 75-515, like all FRS radios, has a range of up to two miles on land (five miles over water), and it works best in the open, away from buildings and not in enclosed vehicles. It features 14 channels with 38 CTCSS and 83 DCS privacy codes (totaling 1,694 code and channel combinations), enabling you to easily switch to the clearest channel for communication.

The power-save circuit automatically places the radio in a sleep mode if no signal has been transmitted or received for several seconds. A backlit LCD screen displays all 12 functions, including the channel, privacy code, battery strength, and key-lock status. However, the small text read-out can be hard to read in dim light.

Impressively compact and solidly designed with soft rubber covers for the accessory and charge jacks to keep dirt and moisture out, the 75-515 has call and talk buttons conveniently positioned for any right-hander's easy use.

We appreciated the concise owner's manual, which provided a guide to using the functions (channel change, monitor, and scan busy and open channels) and to setting memory channels for faster contacts. Other benefits to enjoy are hands-free operation (just set the VOX sensitivity level) and a babysitter mode (also voice activated).

We found that replacing the unit's back after battery replacement was a bit tricky, and the hinged rubber jack covers (for microphone and earphone/headset) are vulnerable to damage. But that shouldn't diminish from the overall positives of the 75-515's feature set--collected in an affordable package.

Pros:

  • Stay in contact in the wilderness, on vacation, at the mall
  • Lightweight and very compact

Cons:

  • Battery cover tricky to replace
  • Hinged rubber jack covers are vulnerable to damage
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Features

  • Privacy code allows 1,694 code and channel combinations
  • 12-function backlit LCD
  • 36-setting voice activation for hands-free talking
  • Automatic stealth squelch
  • Range of up to 2 miles on land, 5 miles on water

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best for the money
This is the best for the money. I successfully used these at Disney World. The DCS codes cut off the first word, so you have to "learn" to use it, but it did come in handy for crowded airwaves (no other radio's I know of have them). The CTCSS codes are a little better and are compatible with other FRS radio's. My daughter left one outside all night through a thunderstorm. It was soaked. After emptying the water, drying it out all night and replacing the batteries it worked just fine! (and she didn't have to spend her allowance on a new one). Makes me feel good about using them for skiing this winter. There is only one call tone and it's a little annoying. There is no vibrate alert. One set of batteries lasted the week at Disney. If your not using them everyday, I see no need for the charger. In all, great for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars A lot of bang for the buck
I got 3 of these Midland 75-515's for family bike trips, but I've found that they're useful for much more: trips to the mall, skiing, all kinds of situations. I had previously bought and returned some other FRS radios, because I found that they lacked some necessary features (like call tones). What I like about these particular radios is that they have a large number of subcodes (38 CTSS codes and ~83 digital squelch tones) that screen out other peoples obnoxious comments (go to an amusement park and you will NOT be able to use FRS radios unless you can screen out moronic profane comments). The channel lock feature is a must also. Despite all the features, it's pretty simple to use (my nine year old has no problems with it). They're also really small, which helps when you have to carry one on a bike all day. The range is somewhere over 1.5 miles outside on the road, with only trees blocking your way. From car to car, it's probably about 3/4 miles based on my limited tests. So, the obstructions in between senders affects the reception, but overall, I was pleased with the range and clarity of the sound. In my opinion, I got a lot of features for the money, and the radios are very useful

5-0 out of 5 stars Review of the Midland 75-515 FRS Transceiver
Review of the Midland 75-515 FRS Transceiver

This unit has a nice "Walkie Talkie" look to it. I have been disturbed by the unusual designs of many radios. I am glad Midland decided to keep with the more traditional look.

Upon powering up the radio, it indicated its awakening with a prominent tone. The LCD display is large and easily viewed. The only trouble I had was viewing the upper part of the display, where the CTCSS and DCS mode indicators are. Other than that, the display is VERY well laid out and easy to read.

Volume levels are pretty darn loud for such a small speaker. Receive audio qualiy is pretty good. It is easily understood.

Range checks: This unit was detectable 1.5 miles away with my wife inside our house and myself in the car. Effective communications were possible with one mile distance between us. In a mobile environment, I consider this range to be VERY good for an FRS radio.

Also, we were in communication with myself inside the grocery store about .25 miles from the house... Perfect communications was a result while shopping. These units can communicate well between buildings.

Power output is 500 mW ERP, verified by FCC test data. This applies to use of fully charged alkaline batteries. We used the nicad rechargeables for our tests.

The battery life as listed, is pretty good. I have yet to have had my rechargeable go dead, and I've used the radios a bit. although I do admit some charging time.

Intermod and other interference: We experienced no intermod. In our area, though, this is not unusual. We are out of the range of many dirty pager transmitters and such. My computer did interfere with this radio to a small degree... again not surprising. Personal computers commonly interfere with UHF receivers.

Features and evaluations of such:

DCS: Digital Coded Squelch comes to FRS!! This system is the latest in selective squelch systems. It is reported to be more efficient than CTCSS. We used it in our tests and it performed perfectly, even at maximum range.

CTCSS: In case you want to communicated with units without DCS, CTCSS is there for you to use. As expected, the CTCSS system worked perfectly.

Our "home channel" had additional traffic when we were conducting our tests. Our communications was not interrupted by the other signal.

SCAN: This radio can scan for active channels, and clear channels. I would have like to seen a way to lock out unneeded channels; but you can set a CTCSS tone, or DCS code, which will allow the scan function to skip over that channel, unless that code has traffic. With that in mind, the radio scans whatever characteristic you have programmed with that channel. This is useful if you want to scan your group's channels and thay have CTCSS or DCS set.

BABY MONITOR FUNCTION: This function will sit and listen for any noise in its range, sound the call tone and transmit for a period of time, then go to receive mode, and back and forth. It does work as indicated, but we have no use for it (until we get a young 'un). However, it could be useful in many other ways, such as listening for the doorbell, or the microwave beep to go off. Use your imagination...

END OF TRANSMISSION TONE: AKA Roger Beep. It is there, if you wish, and can be turned off if you do not wish.

BATTERY SAVE FUNCTION: during recive, except for scanning, sort of puts the radio to sleep until it receives a signal. Good for unnecessary drain on batteries... Problem though... It takes about a half second or so for it to wake up, so it is likely you will miss the first word or so of your communications. The delay is a bit short for my tastes. Too bad you can't turn it off.

5 MEMORY CHANNELS: This allows you to set up a channel and keep its characteristics set. While this radio holds any Tones or Codes you may set for a channel permanently, the memory function allows you to store the same channel as a memory location. You could have channel 1 as your primary channel, with a differtnt DCS or CTCSS tone set. Too bad this radio doesn't allow memory channel scan.

VOX: This unit allows voice activiation right out of the box. with or without a spaeker mike, you can talk hands free. Good to mount a radio on the sunvisor :) With a selectable sensitivity and selectable delay setting, the VOX on this unit is the best I have seen so far. If you use VOX, this radio can't be beat IMHO.

BATTERY STRENGTH METER: This is a 4 segment LCD that will give you your battery charge state.

TRANSMIT/RECEIVE INDICATOR: Will display the appropriate icon. It will indicate when a channel is receiving a signal, so you can see actibity on another CTCSS or DCS code.

ACCESSORY JACKS: These units have TWO sets of jacks! You will be able to plug almost anything into this radio.

CHARGING CONTACTS: The radio can be charged with a desk charger OR an AC adaptor type charger.... Versatile!

FINAL COMMENTS:

This radio is a clear Winner!

It has a nice look and feel, good sound quality, and range. Plenty of good functions. I have in the past, heard of problems with this series, however, I have discovered NO flaws whatsoever in the operation of these units. The multiple accessory/charging jacks are unique to the industry and allow for greater flexibility. Kudos to Midland for a job well done.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good Radios - minor problems
Just got a pair of these and they work just fine. My biggest beef with these is the rubber covers for the jacks are very hard to get back into place - but not hard to get out. It would be nice to be able to access the channels in memory a bit more easily as well, but for the price these things are just fine!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hi-Tech Walkie-Talkie in a Compact Size
In my opinion this unit offers high-tech FRC radio capability and it is available for a bargain price! Currently Amazon has the best internet price available for the product. I want to offer a few comments about this radio which might be of help to others like myself who knew nothing about the modern high-tech walkie-talkie. The Midland Consumer Radio Company ... has over 40 years experience in 2-way radio technology-mainly CB radios and more recently the FRC (Family Radio Service) UHF FM band radios. They build a variety of radio models with and without weather frequency capability. First, I got the inexpensive Midland combo set from Amazon (Midland 75509W) including batteries/charger. The radio worked amazingly well, but I really needed a more heavy duty case. I went to the Midland web site and read more about their various models. I realized that their 75515 model was a "top of the line" unit with many more features including backlit LCD display and the capability to select 14 channels plus the 83 DCS (Digital Coded Squelch) and 38 CTCSS (Continuous Tone Coded Squelch System). That gives a total of 1694 code/channel combos for privacy in busy user environments. These "security" settings prevent the user from hearing other radios that do not have the same code. The clear and concisely-written manual reminds people that these codes do not make your conversation private! The 75515 model has a nice heavy duty case including water resistant gaskets for "splash" protection. Initially, I could see why the editorial reviewer commented about the "tricky battery cover" until I discovered that if I slipped off the belt clip first, then I could lift the cover lid and easily load the batteries! By the way, current models of the 2-way Midland radios also come standard with VOX (Voice Activated Transmit) capability in up to 6 levels of sensitivity/delay functions. These small radios use 3 AA --either, alkaline (45 hrs of use) or rechargable Ni-Cad (15 hrs) or Ni-Mh (24 hrs) batteries. An optional batter charger (single or double unit) is available elsewhere on the Internet or from the company direct. If one is really serious about using VOX, Midland recommends using an optional microphone/headset unit. To summarize, the Midland radios are top notch radios built by an established radio manufacturer and packaged in a compact size. For the price, I found no other walkie-talkies currently on the market with as many functions, a high-quality antenna and programmable squelch controls. Amazon should consider offering the optional accessories like battery chargers, headsets & microphone for one-stop shopping. The standard Case Logic neoprene walkie-talkie case fits the Midland radio units. ... Read more


108. Midland 74210 All Hazard Radio with S.A.M.E. Technology , FM Radio and Clock
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B00005AK7C
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 29057
Average Customer Review: 3.2 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 74210 weather/hazard Radio. It comes with NOAA's newdigital SAME technology along with a clock and an FM radio with five presets.

With other conventional weather radios, warnings can often be received bypersons who are 20 to 30 miles from the warning area. SAME (Specific AreaMessage Encoding) technology allows you to receive only those warnings that aremeant for your area.

With its seven channels, this radio will receive all warnings of severe weatheror other hazardous conditions. The Midland radio features an "alert" mode thatmonitors NOAA signals for any alert and automatically sounds a warning orflashes one of its three color alert indicators. Other features include anexternal antenna jack for better reception, a test button that enables the userto test the alert monitoring system, an AC adapter, and optional battery backupusing four AA cells.

The Midland 74210 is compact and was designed to accommodate most spaces. It canbe plugged into any standard 120-volt AC outlet (power adapter included), and 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 (optional9-volt battery), it will operate even during a power outage. ... Read more

Features

  • 7-channel weather and all-hazard radio
  • SAME (Specific Area Message Encoding) technology
  • Includes clock and an FM radio with 5 presets
  • Instant weather reports with the push of a button
  • Battery backup for operation during power outages; an alert is automatically sounded upon receiving any severe-weather signal

Reviews (5)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised
This is a nice unit that does what it says it does-- alert the user to warnings and watches for a large number of situations. We've used it during the busy spring weather season and it has never failed to warn us of impending events (severe thunderstorms, flash floods, tornadoes, even a child abduction), always a few minutes before our local television stations. Setup seemed confusing at first but two minutes with the manual made it quite clear and easy. The only glitch was that I had to look up our county code on the Internet-- the 800 number given was never available. With the SAME technology we keyed in on our county alone, and disabled activation for watches that we don't care about-- a really nice feature. It also includes a standard weather radio for forecasts whenever we like, plus an FM radio (which we don't use) and a clock. I'm very satisfied with the unit.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Radio-New ones being sold have the flaw fixed!
The original ones of these being marketed had a flaw in the system and did not always alert as they were supposed to! However, the newer ones have had that fixed. We bought one and contacted the manufacturer to be sure and they said that the ones available on the shelves now have been updated and work fine!

We deal with lots of severe weather in the Spring and Summer and ours is working just great! Its great to be able to program it to only alert for your county, so you are not awakened for another county getting a warning!

5-0 out of 5 stars A Nifty Excellent Weather Radio
What a great radio, it works just fine. Took a bit of time to understand the instructions,but once it was properly set up, its operating just fine...

1-0 out of 5 stars Mine Doesn't Work Either
This seemed like a niffty device, but it has never sounded an alert. I thought I may have programmed it wrong (the instructions are written in "chinese english,") but worked very carefully with it last night and am certain I've got it set properly. Any way, tons of weather warnings from the NWS last night and this thing didn't make a single peep. I think the Consumer Prodcut Safety Commission should investigate these things. I wouldn't buy any product from Marine Midland until they fess up to this life threatening defect.

1-0 out of 5 stars Great technology, but it doesn't work
In setting up the Midland 74210 weather radio, I visited the national weather service web site to find the county code for my home. This would allow the weather radio to be activated only for weather watches and warnings in my area. At the national weather service web site, I found a statement that several users had reported trouble with the Midland 74210 weather radio.

I, too, experienced trouble with this product. It is not responding to SAME broadcasts in my area.

I also found the user manual to be confusing and unclear. There are several sections of the user manual that have been modified by having printed changes pasted onto the orignal pages. Apparently, the user guide is a work in progress. ... Read more


109. Midland 22405 EarBud Speaker Microphone
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004U8JN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 22810
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Midland 22-405 Earbud speaker microphone is a great accessory for your Midland FRS. Just plug it into your radio, and you're ready to enjoy hands-free convenience. The Earbud speaker microphone is designed to fit all Midland Family Radio models. ... Read more

Features

  • Push-to-talk switch
  • VOX operation
  • Talk without holding radio
  • Works with all Midland Family Radio models
  • Great for outdoor activities

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great earbud speaker/mike
Very convenient for use the Midlan 75515 series FRS units, and the earbud's VOX/PTT switch makes them useful on other models that use the 2-prong jack. Good clarity on the earpiece but the microphone could be a bit better. The unit is also a bit on the clunky side, but the the PTT button on the cable necessitates it being a bit bigger.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ear Bud Speaker Mic
I received 2 of these ear bud speaker microphones as a gift from a friend about three weeks ago. I use them with my Midland FRS 75-515 about twice a week at work while one radio is inside and the other is outside. We are about 1.5 miles apart and this ear bud works great when using the VOX and when not using the VOX. I highly recommend getting these for your Midland FRS radios. They really work great when using the the VOX feature ... Read more


110. 22ch 2w 5mi Frs/gmrs

Asin: B0002YE3G6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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111. Gmrs Radio Package

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Asin: B0002NRIKU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
Sales Rank: 23231
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Features

  • 4 Watts of power
  • Up to 12-Mile Range
  • 22 Channels
  • Headsets & 2 Battery Packs & Drop-in Charger included
  • Uses 4 AA Batteries or AVP-3 Rechargeable battery pack

112. Gxt300 Radios W/avp1

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Asin: B00065L07Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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113. Midland 18-2983 Deluxe CB Magnetic Mount Antenna
list price: $19.99
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Asin: B00000K2YZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 19159
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

CB radios need long, thick antennas to pull in the weak AM signalstransmitted from a distance, but most antennas of this type require a permanentinstallation and drilling holes in your vehicle. Midland's 18-2983 Deluxe CBMagnetic Mount Antenna is an exception. It uses a strong magnet to attach toyour vehicle.

The 18-2983 package includes a hefty antenna base, with the magnet on thebottom, 17-feet of attached coaxial cable, and a fiberglass-coated whip antennathat is secured to the base by a knurled nut. The knurled nut provides a tightgrip, but can easily be unscrewed with your bare hands. Once assembled, the unitstands over 3 feet tall.

The magnet is covered by a thin circle of smooth foil that prevents bare metalfrom touching your vehicle's paint; still, you must keep the spot on which theantenna sits free of dust and grit, or you'll end up with scratches on thefinish. Unfortunately, the 18-2983 does not come with a transfer box. This meansthe antenna cable has to come into the vehicle through a gap or hole of somekind, which isn't good in bad weather. For example, you may have to leave yourwindow cracked open. However, the good news is that, in our tests, reception wasgood--on par with that of permanently mounted antennas of similar length. But,if you plan to use your CB all the time, we recommend installing a morepermanent unit that comes with a transfer box. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Easily installed and detached
  • Good reception
  • Plenty of cable to reach to the CB

Cons:

  • No transfer box; cable needs an opening to enter the vehicle
  • Sliding base may scratch paint
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Features

  • 40 channels
  • Magnetic adherence
  • Handles a maximum of 10 watts of power
  • Center loaded
  • 3 feet tall

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great antenna for the price
I have purchased two of these Midland units and have been happy with the performance. Nice value for a low price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Maybe I was just unlucky...
...but mine broke after one use. This is not my first antenna and I am not particularly abusive of them, but the second time I put the antenna on my truck it did not work anymore. Maybe it was bad luck, but the Lil Wil I got to replace it is still kicking, so I'll be staying away from the Midland antennas for a while.

5-0 out of 5 stars Whats your point?
I dont get what point the reviewer above is trying to make, he knew exactly how this antenna installs before he bought, but then states that as a deficit.

Assuming you put this on your roof, there is plenty of cable to run into the trunk and then through the back seats, and then weave it around inside so you wouldnt even see it. The trunks on most cars have a gap, a gutter to catch what comes through the gap when it rains and then the seal, which is raised above the gutter, you can easily fit this cable through that gap, and the seal will be big enough to compress and allow the cable through, no water will get through, unless its some kind of tropical storm, and even then it will be a small amount, and you shouldnt be out then anyway.... If you dont like having cable running from middle of car roof down to trunk, just put it on your trunk lid, or a rear corner of your roof.

If your going to moan about mag mounts, either get a through-glass style, or a permanent fixture. Through glass are usually small and lack RX and TX power, are permanent, ruin your window if you ever remove it, and permanent whips, well if you own a car, most people dont want a 7 foot whip.. Weigh up the pro's and cons of each style before you buy, dont buy something and then complain about its design, and doesnt your door seal have enough give to place the cable where the door closes?

This is a good mag mount.

2-0 out of 5 stars Average Performer
Average Performer: 1. I don't link the way its installed and you have to leave a window open to use it. You need an antenna the most in the bad weather and if you can't use it when you need it the most, then what is the point in buying it. 2. Clarity is OK for the price. ... Read more


114. Midland 2-Watt 5-Mile Radio

Asin: B0002K11BU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Features

  • 22 Channels (14 FRS & 8 GMRS)
  • 2 watts of power for longer range
  • 38 Interference Eliminator Codes block reception of unwanted transmissions
  • Up to 7-mile range (depending on terrain and conditions)
  • Water resistant

115. 10-mile Frs/gmrs Radios

Asin: B00081PSIU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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116. Camo 14-mi Radios W/noaa

Asin: B00081PSIA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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117. 8-mile Frs/gmrs Radios

Asin: B00081PSIK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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118. 12-mile Radios W/noaa

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Asin: B00081S27O
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: MIDLAND
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Product Description

2WAY 12 ML RADIO *NIC* ... Read more


119. Midland Xtra Talk GXT2502 Watt 22 Channel GMRS Radios Pair Pack with up to 7 Mile Range & 38 Codes
list price: $49.99
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00029U0PE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 15534
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Features

  • 2 Watts Output Power
  • 22 Channel
  • 38 Codes
  • VOX Operation
  • Call Tones

120. Hand Held Marine Radio

Asin: B0007TJ9S8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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