X-TRA TALK GMRS 2-Way Radio with 36-Mile RangeFeatures
*Maximum range can only be achieved over water or open rural areas under optimum conditions. FCC license required. Features and specifications subject to change without notice.
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Super awesome!!! must buy!
from Rota, Spain
About Me Avid Adventurer
Comments about Midland GXT1050VP4 X-TRA TALK GMRS 36-Mile 50-Channel FRS/GMRS 2-Way Radio:
This product is amazing... you get a lot for the prize.. I use them for many things primarily airsoft, hiking, canyon descending, snowboarding, etc.The only thing It would've made the perfect pakage is having a dual voltage charger, since I'm military and move around (specially overseas) I really need the dual voltage adapter... but oh well, no one is perfect, right? maybe one day they will include it.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Elgin, Il
About Me Casual/ Recreational
I like the ear bud and mic combo.
Will buy some more in the future.
from LITTLE ROCK, AR.
These are excellent radios. They are rugged and reliable. We use these deer hunting in the mountains and have had not problems. I highly recommend these.
from rhode nisland
great for hunting
Midland GXT1050 are junk
from Hot Springs, VA
I have purchased 2 pair of this radio, and out of each pair, one of the radio from each pair quit working inside of a week. I will not buy midland again!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
By no man
from lancaster, pa
A must have when deer hunting
from oak creek wi
Good price beats all other big places
from Duluth, GA
great product with huge range. good deal for family use like trips and etc.
my GXT1050VP4 X-TRA TALK RADIO
from hampstead nc
great product, everyone should have apair
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Buy a diffrent Midland Model Radio!
One of the two units was off frequency right out of the box and would not talk to the other unit or any of my Cousin's Radios. The PTT Buttons are very hard to push and small compaired to other Midland Radios. Nope I'd buy another Midland Model next time, oh and I did! LOL:)