|Item Weight||5.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.4 x 2.3 x 7.6 inches|
|Item model number||MR350R|
|Batteries||3 AA batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Warranty||1 year limited|
|Height (inches)||12 inches|
|Width (inches)||8 inches|
Motorola MR350R 35-Mile Range 22-Channel FRS/GMRS Two-Way Radio (Pair)
- VibraCall vibration alert or 20 different call tones. AA batteries required (best with Polaroid AA batteries)
- 11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert features
- 22 channels each with 121 privacy codes for superior interference protection
- Pair of two-way radios with up to 35 mile range
- iVOX hands-free communication without the need for an audio accessory
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From the manufacturer
Motorola Talkabout MR350 is the ultimate communication tool for the serious outdoor enthusiast. With a range of up to 35 miles* and loaded with every possible radio feature, you know that with the MR350, you are ready for the extreme outdoors. Lightweight and rugged, with extra large buttons to help you operate even with gloves on, the MR350 is built to handle any challenge without weighing you down.
- 22 Channels, each with 121 Privacy Codes.
- NOAA Weather Channels and Alerts.
- Built-in Flashlight
- IP-51 Rated
- Dual Power
- PTT Power Boost
- iVOX/VOX Hands-free
22 Channels, each with 121 Privacy Codes
With 22 channels and 121 privacy codes, totaling 2,662 combinations, it is easy to find an available channel.
|Range: Mountain to Valley/Open Water/Neighborhood||Up to 35 / 6 / 2 Miles||Up to 35 / 6 / 2 Miles||Up to 35 / 6 / 2 Miles|
|IP Rating||IP-51: Dust protection and protection from dripping water (vertically falling drops).||IP-51: Dust protection and protection from dripping water (vertically falling drops).||IP-51: Dust protection and protection from dripping water (vertically falling drops).|
|Channels||22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes||22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes||22 channels, each with 121 privacy codes|
|11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert feature||✓||✓||✓|
|Push-to-Talk (PTT) Power Boost||✓||✓||✓|
|Emergency Alert Button||✓||✓||✓|
|Battery Life||23 hr. alkaline (3 AA) or 8 hr. NiMH||23 hr. alkaline (3 AA) or 8 hr. NiMH||23 hr. alkaline (3 AA) or 8 hr. NiMH|
|Packaging Contents||2 radios, 2 (AA) NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 2 belt clips, 1 dual drop-in charger, 1 charging adaptor, 1 emergency preparedness checklist, 1 User's Guide||2 radios, 2 NiMH Rechargeable battery packs, 2 belt clips, 1 dual drop-in charger, 1 charging adapter, 2 earbuds with PTT Microphone, 2 extra faceplates (blaze orange) 1 emergency preparedness checklist, 1 Accessories sheet, 1 User Guide||3 radios, 3 (AA) NiMH rechargeable battery packs, 3 belt clips, 1 Triple drop-in charger, 3 earbuds with PTT Microphone, 3 extra faceplates (blaze orange, lime green & yellow), 1 charging adaptor, 1 emergency preparedness checklist, 1 Accessories' sheet, 1 User Guide|
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VibraCall vibration alert or 20 different call tones 11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert features 22 channels each with 121 privacy codes for superior interference protection Pair of two-way radios with up to 35 mile range iVOX hands-free communication without the need for an audio accessory
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All of these Motorola products have the following properties:
1. As stated elsewhere, their practical range is about a mile or two under realistic conditions. This is more than sufficient for activities such as camping, skiing, fishing, shopping and beach-going. Even for car-to-car communications during convoy-style road trips.
2. These are consumer-grade products, and they are low-priced accordingly. Their knobs will come off if you pull, and if you drop them onto a hard surface they will break. So don't do those things.
3. The plastic belt-clips they come with break immediately. Instead, it is possible to rig a lanyard to hold them.
4. Built-in flashlights are very handy on camping trips. They are not terribly bright but it is sufficient to prevent tripping over rocks and branches.
5. We long ago ditched the rechargable batteries and put Alkalines in them before each trip. Rechargable was a nice idea but did not pan out for all-day use.
And if anyone wonders why bother with these when we all have cell phones, 3 points
a. Group communications. These are BROADCAST radios useful for GROUP activities. Sure there are "walkie talkie" phone apps, but not everyone will agree to install & configure, and they are battery-drains.
b. Inexpensive. You really want to pull out your $400 smartphone on a ski lift?
c. Battery life. A set of fresh alkalines will last a few days at least.
i. They are lightweight but not too small.
ii. Because of i. they do feel cheaply made, a bit toy-like.
iii. For the money, may not be the best but we own them and use them anyway.
i. Feel a bit more durable than the MR350R
ii. Though they are lower power, but in practice this has not mattered.
iii. Lower-price, but no flashlight
iv. Smaller, so better for kids or to tuck in a ski-jacket pocket.
MC220R (not sold on Amazon currently)
i. Junk. Do not buy. A few have stopped working, or only work when you squeeze the battery case.
MS350R, which we currently prefer over other Motorola models.
i. Same features as MR350R, and same price.
ii. Waterproof. We bought these specifically for poolside and waterpark use.
iii. Case feels more rugged, though I will not subject them to a drop test.
iv. Heavier and slightly larger than MR350R, which may be a pro or con depending on your taste.
In summary, we were not terribly impressed by any of them when we first got them three years ago. But they still work and they've been tremendously useful within their limitations, so my opinion has improved over time.
Finally note that now, for the same $30 per handset, one can buy an amateur / professional quality 5W handheld (e.g. BaoFeng), Of course to use that much power one must be licensed and the units must be programmed-- one doesn't just open a blister-pack and hand them to kids.
Still, it shows that these Motorola radios are not good deals as far as technology goes, we are paying a price for convenience.
Top international reviews
Los probé en un área con casas obstruyendo y dificilmente alcancé 1 kilómetro. (1/23) demasiado poco.
En espacios abiertos su alcance es mayor. El plástico no es resistente, el pasador del radio se atoró en mi cinturón y rompió.
La batería no es de larga duración. Si los piensas usar como juguetes está bien, pero para comunicarte un poco más lejos no lo recomiendo.
Very poor transmission distance on lake. Unobstructed view down a 4 km lake and volume is very weak an unclear.
Would have returned them but bought for a 2 month trip up North and return date was expired when I arrived home.
Make sure you test them well as soon as you receive them. The higher cost does not mean a better radio.
The rechargeable batteries also don't have a long life span. They usually last for about an hour of use before they need a charge.
I like the camo option and the ergonomic feel.
I bought these to replace my 15 year old motorola set, but there's to not work properly. The old ones still work on the sand frequency when these constantly cut off.
Tried calling Motorola for warranty only to find out that Motorola no longer makes or supports these. I lost my money
The stated 23 mile range is complete nonsence - barely one kilometre would be nearer the truth!
GMRS range worked best than FRS.
AA's better than rechargeable batts.
Overall it's a very good buy.
very clear and light very happy with the product