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101. Motorola T6320 AA 2-Way Radio
list price: $124.99
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Asin: B00004ZAO8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 19319
Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Motorola TalkAbout T6320 has the features that every personaltwo-way radio needs: it's compact and sets up common channels quickly with aminimum of fuss (and interference). The radio also builds in a number of niceextras, including voice-activated communication.

The compact unit fits snuglyin the hand, with rubberized padding to help. Initial setup is simple: choose achannel (a large frequency division), a code (a smaller tuning setting), and addscrambling for mild security. Then start jabbering to your buddies (they canhave TalkAbouts or other FRS radios that use the same band).

Motorolacarefully avoids promising specific distances, as obstacles, other users, and terrain can affect reception. In a flat desert, the radios could span two miles; in all other conditions, expect hundreds to thousands of feet, and be pleased when the latter is true.

The TalkAbout can scan for otheractive frequencies requiring less coordination. Scrambling has to be chosen in advance, but with only three scramble settings, it doesn't take long to "break the code" (as long as you're using another TalkAbout).

The radios offer clear sound and a sensitivemicrophone, as well as a cleverly designed VOX or voice-operated feature. In VOXmode, pressing the Push to Talk (PTT) button briefly enables voice operation,while holding the button down for a second turns it off temporarily. Older users might find the unit's incessant need to beep for feedback slightly annoying, but asingle setting option turns off the confirmation beeps; another lets the unit vibrate instead of (or in addition to) beeping when a fellow radio holder "calls."

The radio keeps time, acts as a stopwatch, and has presets for themajor U.S. NOAA weather channel broadcasts. It also has several featuresdesigned to assist in hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities: a compass, barometer, and altimeter.

Setting the compass can be slightly tricky,requiring some practice in swinging the unit through a 360-degree arc to get it to register magnetic north. But it's easy to get the hang of it. The altimeter can be set to absolute height above sea level (which helps if you know your current elevation precisely). Or, it can be set to zero, and changes in altitude are counted from that baseline rather than from sea level.

The TalkAbout uses threestandard AA batteries, but Motorola also offers an optional rechargeable battery pack. The rechargeable battery offers only a dozen hours of average use, while alkalines can work for over 30 hours. Consider this when planning a hike into the outback far from outlets. --Glenn Fleishman

Pros:

  • Easy to hold
  • Frequency setting is simple
  • Lots of settings to customize use
  • Outdoor wayfinding features could save the day

Cons:

  • Scrambling offers little protection from users of the same radio
  • Beeps, tones, and voice volume are set by the same control, resulting in loud beeps at normal voice levels
... Read more

Features

  • 14 channels
  • 2-mile range
  • Clock/stopwatch/alarm
  • 8 NOAA weather channels
  • Digital compass w/ barometer/altimeter

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Hands Down, Da best FRS Available!
I received mine the other day. I've tried a few FRS, all or most have pretty much the same features. I read a few reviews & researched the T6320 & found that this model has all the bells & whistles, whether you need them or not!

I've had a chance to do a mini field test at Downtown Disney on Friday. It works great, great reception, able to send & receive from other FRS. All the extra features, Digi compass, thermometer, weather channels, etc are great to have available. I don't know if I will have a need to use them all, but the digi compass is one great feature, I think it's pretty accurate. Signal strength seems pretty good, I would like to field test to see if 2 miles is possible w/ the T6320. The volume is good, seems pretty clear & crisp. But the reception does get a bit garbled if the volume is set too high. Haven't tried the VOX feature yet.

Ergonomics, it's a bit bigger & bulkier than the T289 & T6220, but it is easy to hold. But it's thinner than the T250 or

FR 50/60 models. The "push to talk" button in the middle & not a problem, easily reachable. Actually it's a good idea, you will not accidentally press it like other models w/ the "push to talk" on the side of the FRS. The call, mode, & power button on top are also easy to get to. But I did on a couple occasions press the call & mode buttons accidentally. When you have it clipped on the belt clip, this can happen. A mere annoyance, I just have to get used to where the buttons are. But when it is clipped to my backpack, no problems of accidentally pressing these buttons. It also has a "lock" feature, only a few buttons can be pressed, the call & talk buttons.

The menu is easy to understand & work with. But the mode button, if you want to get to a particular item, say the weather channel, you have to scroll through a few screens. I wish it had a way to set what you would use most often, instead of scrolling to get to it.

The looks of the T6320 are rugged. It seems that it can take drops & work like a champ! The rubber coating makes it easy to hold on to, also the finger grooves on the sides give you a good hold. The screen is big to see what's going on, you can see all the icons that you have set for use also. A nice feature on the T6320 is you can have the clock showing the time when it is on standby mode. The battery cover fits snugly, no openings for moisture or dirt to get in. The T6220, the battery cover would push up just a bit. I've secured the battery cover w/ electrical tape. This is more of an insurance that the cover stays in place, also the tape covers the charging points, if you use Motorolas recharable kit. Doing this, those points will not corrod w/ time.

The manual claims that battery life is 30-35 hrs for alkaline batteries. What I don't understand is, if you use NIHM batteries, the battery life is only 12 hrs, why? Motorola's reputation would suggest that this is pretty accurate. I carry a second set of alkalines just in case it runs out of juice.

I suggest buying a Motorola arm/belt ( model 56323) carry case. I made a little hole on top of the carry case, so I can clip (using a mini link) it to my backpack. On the bottom part of the antenna, there is a hole that you can attach a lanyard through. I don't think that this is all that secure, it looks to me that eventually it will tear off, after hanging on the lanyard. The Motorola carry case hold the T6320 secure, it also adds a bit of protection if you happen to drop it. You then have the option to carry the T6320 on your arm, belt, around your neck or backpack. The belt clip that is included works great. It has a secure hold when the T6320 is clipped to it. I can use the belt clip for work use.

The T6320 is pricey, but IMHO worth the money. This FRS is defintely made for outdoor use. I suggest to buy a one T289 or T6220 or T250 or T6300, & one T6320, if you are in the market. This would make a great combo. The other person can communicate w/ you w/ the other FRS & you can carry the T6320 & know exactly your direction, weather, or temperature at all times. Whether this is necessary is up to you, but having these features will come in handy at some time. Now I'm my families mobile communications dude!

3-0 out of 5 stars T6320
I bought two. Both came with a problem where the barometer is offset low by .7"-.8" at all times. My advice, check before you put out your money for the T6320.

5-0 out of 5 stars T6320 (AA) Review
This seems like an excellent FRS. A lot of useful outdoorsman functions, excellent range and clearity, light weight and compact. The only bad things I can really say about it right now is that it doesn't have a retractable/folddown antenna (Kenwood has one), location of the push to talk button and the belt clip, which seems very "cheesy" and doesn't give the impression that it is very secure. There are however, 2 attachment points to add a lanyard for added security if you want.

5-0 out of 5 stars Remarkable Radio!!
This radio is certainly superb!! I use it mostly for sking and the range is very good along with all the functions. Reception and clarity is also state of the art, buy one and you won't regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Crown Prince of FRS Radios
My review will be somewhat brief and to the point .... I've had several FRS radios ... and the Motorola T6320 surpasses all of them. I highly recommend this radio for its range, clarity, thoughtful features, durability, and design. I've used this radio in shopping malls and while scaling a rockside. The T6320 is a true performer and it will not let you down. ... Read more


102. Motorola T6550R Two Pack 2-Way Radios with 5-Mile Range
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Asin: B0002J1VHU
Catlog: Sports
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 12601
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Product Description

The Motorola® T655OR 2-pack of 2-radios includes 2 GMRS/FRS radios, NiCd batteries, a desktop charger, 2 earbud microphones, and additional faceplates. The radios each boast VibeCall® alert, iVox for handsfree operation and 10-audible call tones. ... Read more


103. MOTOROLA 53726 Earbud Receiver for Talkabout® Radios (MOTOROLA 53726)

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Asin: B00009W5VA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 37662
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104. Motorola DISTP (MOTOROLA DISTP)

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Asin: B00009W5V6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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105. Cellular Phone Battery

Asin: B00009W5V3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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106. Motorola T6320 Rechargeable 2-Way Radio
list price: $134.99
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Asin: B00004ZAPM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 28682
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Motorola TalkAbout T6320 has the features that every personaltwo-way radio needs: it's compact and sets up common channels quickly with aminimum of fuss (and interference). The radio also builds in a number of nice extras, including voice-activated communication.

The compact unit fits snugly in thehand, with rubberized padding to help. Initial setup is simple: choose a channel(a large frequency division), a code (a smaller tuning setting), and addscrambling for mild security. Then start jabbering to your buddies (they can have TalkAbouts or other FRS radios that use the same band).

Motorola carefully avoids promising specificdistances, as obstacles, other users, and terrain can affect reception. In a flat desert, the radios could span two miles; in all other conditions, expect hundreds to thousands of feet, and be pleased when the latter is true.

The TalkAbout can scan for otheractive frequencies requiring less coordination. Scrambling has to be chosen in advance, but with only three scramble settings, it doesn't take long to "break the code" (as long as you're using another TalkAbout).

The radios offer clear sound and a sensitivemicrophone, as well as a cleverly designed VOX or voice-operated feature. In VOXmode, pressing the Push to Talk (PTT) button briefly enables voice operation,while holding the button down for a second turns it off temporarily. Older users might find the unit's incessant need to beep for feedback slightly annoying, but asingle setting option turns off the confirmation beeps; another lets the unit vibrate instead of (or in addition to) beeping when a fellow radio holder "calls."

The radio keeps time, acts as a stopwatch, and has presets for themajor U.S. NOAA weather channel broadcasts. It also has several featuresdesigned to assist in hiking, biking, and other outdoor activities: a compass, barometer, and altimeter.

Setting the compass can be slightly tricky,requiring some practice in swinging the unit through a 360-degree arc to get it to register magnetic north. But it's easy to get the hang of it. The altimeter can be set to absolute height above sea level (which helps if you know your current elevation precisely). Or, it can be set to zero, and changes in altitude are counted from that baseline rather than from sea level.

The TalkAbout uses a NiMHrechargeable battery and comes with a battery charger. The rechargeable batteryoffers only a dozen hours of average use, which makes it a little less than optimal for extended outdoor adventures far from outlets. However, you can simply take out the rechargeable battery and use alkaline batteries, which offer up to 30 hours of average use. --Glenn Fleishman

Pros:

  • Easy to hold
  • Frequency setting is simple
  • Lots of settings to customize use
  • Outdoor wayfinding features could save the day

Cons:

  • Scrambling offers little protection from users of the same radio
  • Beeps, tones, and voice volume are set by the same control, resulting in loud beeps at normal voice levels
... Read more

Features

  • 14 channels
  • 2-mile range
  • Clock/stopwatch/alarm
  • 8 NOAA weather channels
  • Digital compass w/ barometer/altimeter

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars A pleasant surprise
I purchased a pair of these, from word of mouth reviews. They were our first FRS radios and the Motorola T6320 pleasingly surprised us. I highly recommend this radio for its clarity, durability, outdoor features and it also has a cool design. I've used this radio in Sea World and San Diego Zoo and the noise reduction is great. We frequently hike as a recreation. In the mountains we will use them to communicate with each other on the trails, as we both maintain a different stride and one always gets ahead of the other, the vox will be great. The altimeter and weather features will be the second best feature in the mountains. The only other feature I can think that would be useful is a sound signal that scares off bears and mountain lions:-) I think the belt clip could have been a little more secure, but we shall see, so far so good. We believe the T6320 is a true performer and it will meet most of our needs. ... Read more


107. 1-Touch Hands-Free Earbud for Motorola v120 Series

our price: $12.99
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Asin: B000165710
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 17660
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108. Motorola MA360 2.4 GHz Analog Cordless Phone with Caller ID and Digital Answering System

Asin: B00007FEGZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 31297
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 2.4 GHz analog signal
  • Caller ID with call waiting
  • Digital answering system, 15 minutes of message time
  • 6-hour talk time, 6 days on standby
  • 10 speed dial presets

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Good phone but I suggest you shop around
I wanted a simple phone with digital answering machine to take the place of voice mail. This phone is simple and it does seem to work well enough (unlike some of the reviews of other phones I read about). But, I saw it advertised on sale elsewhere for considerably less than what I paid for it here. I gave it 4 stars because, as I said, it does the job. I would just recommend checking your local department store first. ... Read more


109. Realtree 22-CHANNEL Gmrs/frs 2-WAY Radio with 5 Mile Range
list price: $49.99
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Asin: B0002J1VJI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Product Description

The Motorola® RT210R RealTree® camoflauge radio set features 2 radios, a drop-in charger, a charging adapter, an NiMH rechargeable battery, and aerbuds with a boom mic. The radios each provide you with up to miles of coverage and up to 12-hours of NiMH talk time so you'll be ready for long trips in the outdoors. The backlit display and LCD battery meter allows for operation in the the dark. ... Read more

Features

  • Keypad lock
  • 22 channels: 7 GMRS/FRS, 8 GMRS and 7 FRS
  • 38 interference elimination codes
  • 5 mile range on 1 watt
  • 12 (NiMH) or 30 (alkaline) hours of talk time

110. MOTOROLA 91132 Standard Leather Case for Motorola 60 Series (MOTOROLA 91132)

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Asin: B00009WC4Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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111. MOTOROLA 98484 Desktop Cell Phone Charger

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Asin: B000084VGN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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112. MOTOROLA 90318 Premium Leather Case with Swivel Belt Clip for Motorola 60 Series

our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00009WC4L
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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113. Motorola XU1100 Business 2-Way Radio
list price: $269.00
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Asin: B00008JOMI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Amazon.com Product Description

This Motorola 2-way radio is a professional grade communication tool. Thisone channel radio offers a full one watt of power giving you a five mile range. If you'reworking indoors, this translates to 200,000 square feet or fifteen floors. To meet yourworking conditions, the radio is shock, dust and weather proof, meeting mil-spec 810 andIP54 specifications. Other features include: fifty-six VHF frequencies, thirty-eight analogand eighty-three digital interference codes, keypad and manager lock, VOX with threesensitivity levels, three scramble settings and a charging unit. The rechargeable batteryoperates for up to fifteen hours, while the AA batteries operates for up to twenty-fourhours.

What's in the Box
One XU1100 radio, NiMH rechargeable battery, desk charger, swivel belt clips, usermanual and a one year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-way professional-grade radio for business or personal use
  • 1 watt of power; 5-mile outdoor range
  • Indoor range of 200,000 square feet or 15 floors
  • 56 VHF frequencies; VOX capable with 3 sensitivity levels
  • Rechargeable battery operates for 15 hours; AA batteries last 24 hours

114. Motorola FR50 2-Way Radios (Pair)

Asin: B00005MO3K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 98217
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115. MOTOROLA 91123 Premium Leather Case with Swivel Belt Clip for Motorola 120c (MOTOROLA 91123)

Asin: B00009WC4P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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116. Motorola 53721

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Asin: B00009W5V8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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117. Motorola T250 2-Way Radio (Cobalt Blue)
list price: $89.99
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Asin: B00000J3HF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 30765
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Product Description

Motorola is a global leader in providing integrated communications and embedded electronic solutions. Today, Motorola is harnessing the power of wireless, broadband and the Internet to deliver embedded chip system level and end-to-end network communication solutions for the individual, work team, vehicle and home. ... Read more

Features

  • Backlit Liquid Crystal Display
  • No FCC license required
  • Up to two-mile range
  • 14 channels/ 38 privacy codes
  • Channel lock, scan, and call alert

118. Motorola T6320 AA 2-Way Radio
list price: $124.99
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Asin: B00004ZAOU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 21971
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 14 channels
  • 2-mile range
  • Clock/stopwatch/alarm
  • 8 NOAA weather channels
  • Digital compass w/ barometer/altimeter

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Barometer is ok
Purchased two t6320's. Both worked well. Used rechargable AA NiMH batteries without any problem...the battery meter will underread with these batteries because NiMH batteries are 1.2 volts and not 1.5 like the standard alkalines.

Tested the barometers at sea level and they were within 0.01" (on the sea in downeast Maine). These do not have an adjustment to bring you back to sea level if you are above the latter. You will have to interpolate for your altitude. In use, however, it is the relevent rise of and fall of the barometer that counts weatherwise, and not the absolute number. The altimeter also works off the barometer and good for 20 foot intervals. You should set it each time you go out...read the instructions....it is all there.

Compasses were very accurate assuming you know the magnetic declination in your area (-18 degrees in my case). These radios were also a good deal quieter than the t250's that my kids use.

Would definitely buy again.

5-0 out of 5 stars The radio you need is right here!
FRS radios are greatly enhanced walkie talkies of ten or fifteen years ago. While walkie talkies were for the most part short range kids toys, most FRS radios have about a two mile range, and actual practical uses. There are presently 3 major distinctions (price ranges) in FRS radios.

1) The bottom of the barrel cost around 20-40 bucks. They have 14 different channels, and as long as there aren't more than 14 groups of people trying to communicate within a given two-mile radius they will serve your communication needs. If you are going camping where there aren't going to be a whole lot of people around, this category will work just fine without getting mixed up in other peoples' conversations.

2) The next step up offers 14 channels and 38 privacy codes, which in layman's term results in the equivalent of 532 different channels. They can be used in a more crowded area without much interference from other people's radios. They are good for keeping in touch on the ski slopes or the beach on a moderately crowded day.

3) The Motorola 6300 series is the top of the line. It's got 14 channels, 38 privacy codes, and three scramble settings. The scramble settings enable as close to a private conversation as can be achieved on a public radio band. Unless two (or more) radios are set to the exact same channel, privacy code, and scramble setting, clear communication is not possible. You and your group armed with Motorola T6300 series radios all set to the exact same channel, privacy, and scramble settings will have virtually uninterrupted communication, in even the most crowded of venues. The 6300 series is backward compatible with older less sophisticated radios. Simply turn off the scramble settings, and you will be able to communicate with older models.

This particular model, the T6320, comes with extra features including a compass, barometer, alarm clock, and other bells and whistles may be more than you need. Such extras may come in handy for the outdoor enthusiast. For those just looking for the best communication device possible, these features may simply add unneeded complexity to the user interface, in which case the basic (Motorola) 6300 model may be more desirable and a little bit cheaper.

I've used this radio during many jam-packed days on the (ski) slopes and it has never let me down. Though it is not waterproof, a little snow here and there has never hindered it's function.

Bottom line:

If you are a gadget freak, and do not need a radio that may get submersed in water, snap this one up without hesitation. Don't need the added features, but still want the best pure radio out there, go for the (Motorola) 6300. If you are just looking for something for the kids to play with around the house, one of the lower priced radios ought to do the trick just fine. ... Read more


119. Motorola PL4SDB03P2AA Talkabout Plus 2-Way Radio

Asin: B00000JJGT
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
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120. MOTOROLA 91095 Li-Ion Battery for Motorola 270c (MOTOROLA 91095)

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Asin: B00009W5VO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Motorola
Sales Rank: 64390
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