by Midland Radio |
Item # 980020767
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Model # GXT1000VP4 |

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About this item

  • Midland two-way radios in their most powerful model
  • Water-resistant
  • Includes Midlands X-Tra Talk
  • Maximum range
  • Loaded with features and includes desktop charger, AC and DC adapters and pair of headsets
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Description

These Midland® GXT1000 Two-Way Radios (2 pack) offer multiple high-value features trusted to keep you and your family safe in case of an emergency.

Why Choose Midland GXT1000 Two-Way Radios?

This Midland walkie talkie goes beyond the basics. With up to 50 channels including 28 special channels and 285 privacy codes, you can use this device with complete confidence. Revel in maximum power with up to 36-mile range of use with optimal weather conditions. The Midland GXT1000 also includes a nine-level hands-free mode with eVOX. You can utilize X-Tra Talk, whisper mode and 10 different call alerts. This Midland walkie talkie set also contains a NOAA weather alert radio with an instant weather scan. Indulge in dual watch mode, silent operation or vibrate alert mode. You can choose between high, medium or low power and easily choose channel scan and auto squelch for fast and optimal use.

What Else Is Included with Midland GXT1000 Two-Way Radios?

Also included with the Midland GXT100 are a desktop charger, AC and DC adapters and a pair of headsets. With benefits like a battery life extender, backlit LCD, keypad lock, roger beep, headset jacks and keystroke tones, you will be prepared in a moment's notice. Midland walkie talkies go beyond the ordinary to keep you feeling safe and making sure you have every item you and your loved ones could need in pressing situations.

Is My Midland GXT1000 Two-Way Radios Compatible with Other GMRS and FRS radios?

Yes. Each Midland two-way GMRS and FRS radios work well with other GMRS and FRS radios. When you are communicating with a different model or different brand be sure to check the channel frequency tables for each radio. This can be located in the owner's manuals, from there select a common frequency and you should connect regardless of the channel number.

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