Manufacturer: Motorola MS350R
Motorola’s Talkabout MS350 is by no means a fair weather radio. On the contrary, it is a high performance, ultra durable waterproof radio that’s right for the extreme outdoors. With a range of up to 35 miles and packed with every possible radio feature, it’s hard to believe such value at such competitive pricing.
Fishing, kayaking, swimming or simply heading for a great day of fun with family or friends near the water? How about skiing down your favorite ski slope or hunting during that unexpected heavy down pour? The Motorola MS350 2-Way waterproof radio is a must have to ensure you have a reliable means of communication under harsh weather conditions. Don’t worry about transmission failure when it makes contact with water. Its IP-67 standard withstands constant submersion of up to 1m for 30 minutes and repels the heaviest of rain droplets.
If your MS350 radio happens to fall into the water, don’t despair. Through meticulous engineering, the radio floats and is visible on the water surface. Once recovered, use your MS350 radio to keep talking and listening.
Specifications and Features:
Range Up to 35 Miles*
22 Channels + 8 Repeater channels, each with 121 privacy codes for 2,662 combinations
23 hr. alkaline (3 AA) or 9 hr. NiMH estimated battery life
iVOX hands-free communicaton without the need to an audio accessory
Push-to-Talk (PTT) Power Boost
VibraCall vibrating alert
QT (Quiet Talk) interruption filter
Built in flashlight
11 weather channels (7 NOAA) with alert Feature
10 call tones
LCD battery meter
Advanced priority scan
Extra large buttons for glove operation
Audible low battery alert
Time Out Timer
Battery Save Feature
2 belt clips
1 dual drop in charger
1 charging adaptor
2 NiMH rechargeable battery packs
1 Emergency Preparedness checklist sheet
1 User’s Guide
*How far can I expect my radios to communicate? The communication range quoted is calculated under optimum conditions, with an unobstructed line of sight. Actual range will vary depending on terrain and conditions, and is often much less than the maximum possible. Your actual range will be limited by several factors including, but not limited to, terrain, weather conditions, electromagnetic interference and obstructions.