- Size (LWH): 1 inches, 2 inches, 4 inches
- Weight: 12 ounces
Midland LXT110 12-Mile 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio (Pair)
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- 22 Channel GMRS
- Up to 12 Mile Range
- Channel Scan
- Vox Operation
- Accessory Jacks
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All the features are quite typical for this sort of product. They are 22 channel radios running GMRS. You can scan channels to find an open or clearer channel. The units have VOX (Voice Operated Transmission) The auto-squelch feature helps reduce background noise. You can lock the keypad, dis/enable keypad tones, and there is a jack for a headset.
Each unit runs on three AAA batteries. You can of course use rechargeable AAA cells as well, and you can charge rechargeable batteries via the jack while they are installed in the walkie talkie.
The radios are advertised as having a range of `up to 12 miles'. While I am sure geography is a factor, I don't know that it is practical to assume you will get 12 miles of range. I tested these in a typical suburban neighborhood and was able to hear and be heard for approximately ½ mile. I also tried these in a shopping mall and found we could communicate well within ¼ mile of each other. I would think those are typical usage situations.
I did test them in a wooded area that was relatively flat and got close to a mile apart while staying in contact. I was only going about a mile away, so I don't know how much further the range would have extended before I lost contact.
For the price, I feel the performance is excellent. I have purchased "toy" walkie talkies for a similar price which performed as......toys. I think these radios are comparable to products that sell for about double the price or a little more.
If you want a pair of inexpensive 2 way radios, this is an excellent product.
The best part is that if you want to give these away as gifts to young kids, it's OK. They're RoHS compliant, which means there's nothing poisonous or environmentally unfriendly in them. Watch out for the cheap Cobra radios. They've got lead all over them, and all that lead on your hands will contaminate everything you touch.
Kids will chew on the antennas, they'll rub their eyes, and they'll pick their noses. Maybe even your dog will munch on one of these Midland radios. But, don't worry, your kids will be fine, and rover isn't going to die a slow, horrible death from lead poisoning. And best of all, they're so inexpensive that you can go out and buy a new one!
Fair Call Quality
Range maybe a quarter of what is actually advertised
short battery life
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you are using these on a single job site or in a facility, they will probably be marginal at best. But outdoors? Over distance? No good. Read morePublished on June 23, 2014 by Greg
We bought these when we lived in Montana and needed to travel in more than one car. As any Montanan knows, cellphones are s*** there so radios are necessary. Read morePublished on May 7, 2014 by K. Sterling
The product is great and the company is even better. In the beginning I had a small issue with it and they were sure to assist me and quickly solved my problem. I'd recommend.Published on May 17, 2012 by yambaram
Purchased this item for hunting and they seem to work very well so far. The use has been limited but they are clear and didn't notice any annoying feedback. Read morePublished on October 18, 2011 by Mope33
This was a birthday gift for our neighbor's son. He loves them and my daughter loves using them with him.Published on January 30, 2011 by Trio Mommy Michelle
I bought these for my son so he could play with his friends, or "call" me when he was outside or in another room. The range on these were really great for that. Read morePublished on June 7, 2010 by Jessica L. Greer
We bought a bunch of these for some quick communication in a church production. These and the headsets worked decently enough for the price. Read morePublished on March 29, 2010 by Russell Petrick
My girls had fun with these for a little while. Would pick up other conversations sometimes. But not bad for the money. Read morePublished on December 31, 2009 by cathyd1428
Radios seem to be solidly built, easy to use, the range is nowhere near what is advertised.Published on September 17, 2009 by oibv305