Although this product is markted to families, I’m sure it could work just fine for some small businesses also.
Motorola’s press release In remote areas not served by cellular phones, a two-way radio with a seven-mile range has the power to communicate in the great outdoors. Designed specifically for outdoor sports enthusiasts and active families, the Motorola Talkabout(R) T7100 is the perfect gift idea for dads on the go and one the whole family will want to use.
Whether ensuring everyone stays connected on vacation at Disney or on a weekly trip to the local mall, the Motorola Talkabout T7100 has the range and features to keep up with an energetic family. Motorola Talkabout radios are a gift with a variety of practical uses for active fathers and can keep the family in touch. See www.giantintl.com.
With a larger speaker and advanced technology, the new Motorola Talkabout T7100 features audio quality more comparative to a telephone or face-to-face conversation. There is also a reduction in the static hiss between words, so families can carry on effortless conversations even while caravanning with the soccer team in separate vehicles.
Dads can easily keep up with the kids thanks to Motorola’s exclusive QT noise filter and 22 frequencies with 38 private codes that provide for clear channels even in areas crowded with radio users like theme parks and state recreation areas.
The Motorola Talkabout T7100 has 2.0 watts of power for up to a 7-mile range* and is powered by a rechargeable NiMH or four AA batteries. The manufacturer’s suggested retail price is $89.99 for the AA battery model and $109.99 for the NiMH rechargeable model with charger.
More information on Motorola Talkabout two-way radios can be found at www.giantintl.com.
*Tested range, your range may vary based on terrain, conditions and other RF interference.
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