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Top 10 Best Walkie Talkies

By BRVR Staff
October 2019

This article reviews the top 10 best walkie talkies available online.

If you spend time hunting or hiking in the wilderness with friends, you know that communication is crucial for safety. When you ‘re in an area without cell service, walkie talkies can be a convenient alternative. These small radios transmit signals directly to each other, so you can stay in touch anywhere you go. You might use them to talk to other employees in a warehouse, keep in touch during a multi-car road trip, or to communicate with family members during a natural disaster. To get the most from your walkie talkies, it’s important to consider the range you want to cover and the number of radios you need.

1. Motorola T100TP Talkabout Radio

Motorola T100TP Talkabout Radio Walkie Talkies

Stay in contact with up to two other groups of people using this pack of three Motorola T100TP Talkabout radios. Compact and lightweight, these radios tuck easily into a pocket of your backpack. Each one comes with a distinct call tone, so your friends and family members always know when you’re trying to get in touch. This model features 22 different channels, making it easy to find one that’s free when you need to chat. Use these three walkie talkies as a set, or pair them with any other FRS/GMRS radio to expand your group size.

2. Greaval Rechargeable Walkie Talkies

Greaval Rechargeable Walkie Talkies

Manage group outings with this set of four walkie talkies from Greaval. Each one is designed with 16 channels and a simple push-to-talk mechanism for easy use. With a range of up to three miles, these radios are ideal for hiking, camping, and hunting trips. The rechargeable batteries last for up to 20 hours — plus, with the included charging bases, it’s easy to keep these walkie talkies ready to go at a moment’s notice.

3. Midland LXT600VP3 Walkie Talkies

Midland LXT600VP3 Walkie Talkies

Are you planning to cover long distances in the wilderness? These Midland LXT600VP3 walkie talkies are a great option. They have a range of up to 30 miles; that way, you can stay in contact even if you get separated on a float trip or biking trip. With 36 channels and 121 privacy codes, you’ll have no problem finding a quiet channel, even in busy areas. These units also come with a NOAA weather scan to keep you updated on changing conditions.

4. MOICO Long Range Walkie Talkies

MOICO Long Range Walkie Talkies

Whether you’re hiking in the mountains or working in an industrial facility, these MOICO walkie talkies help you stay connected. This set of two radios can communicate over distances as long as five miles, so they’re perfect for a range of outdoor adventures. Use the hands-free system for easier communication, and rely on the backlit LCD screen as an extra light source in an emergency. Compact and lightweight, these radios are easy to transport.

5. KOMVOX Professional Rechargeable Walkie Talkies

KOMVOX Professional Rechargeable Walkie Talkies

Get in contact with your adventure buddies in seconds using this set of two KOMVOX walkie talkies. Each one has 22 channels and 121 privacy codes, so it’s a breeze to find an open combination when you need to chat. The powerful radios work over a range of 10 km at sea; in the forest, they can transmit at distances of up to 5 km. Use the voice or sound activation feature for hands-free communication in an emergency or when you need to carry gear.

6. FLOUREON 4 Pack Walkie Talkies

FLOUREON 4 Pack Walkie Talkies

Enjoy a fun family outing when you have this pack of four FLOUREON walkie talkies. They can communicate with each other over a range of up to 5 km in an open field and 3000 m in a forest or city. The volume is easy to adjust, and the squelch function automatically cuts out distracting background noise. When you’re not chatting, use the snug belt clip for comfortable storage. At night, rely on the integrated LED flashlight for extra visibility.

7. Arcshell Rechargeable Long Range Two-Way Radios

Arcshell Rechargeable Long Range Two-Way Radios

Planning an adventure in a remote area? This set of four Arcshell two-way radios can help you stay in touch at distances of up to five miles in an open area. Choose from 16 channels using the rotary switch, and rely on the programmable tones to customize each radio. Each of these radios comes with a rechargeable battery, which you can power up using the included charging docks. On a single charge, these radios last for up to 96 hours — the perfect duration for weekend trips.

8. Radioddity GA-2S Long Range Walkie Talkies

Radioddity GA-2S Long Range Walkie Talkies

When you’re organizing a group trip, this pack of six Radioddity GA-2S walkie talkies is a great way to stay in communication. The long-range mechanism helps improve reception at up to three miles, and 16 channels give you plenty of ways to connect. Plus, since each one is pre-programmed, channel selection is fast and easy. Use the included charger to keep the batteries charged; each one lasts for up to 96 hours on standby.

9. KOOBETON Walkie Talkie

KOOBETON Walkie Talkie

Stock your outdoor gear collection with this set of two KOOBETON walkie talkies. Designed with a powerful radio, these models help you make contact when you’re up to 2 km apart. Each one is engineered to save battery power and create more talk time in the field. There’s even a built-in LED flashlight to help you see clearly in an emergency.

10. Motorola T200 Talkabout Radio

Motorola T200 Talkabout Radio

Contact a friend when you’re out for a hike with this set of two Motorola T200 Talkabout radios. Each one includes rechargeable batteries that last for up to 10 hours; you can also use four AA batteries to extend the talk time for longer trips. Don’t worry if you’re in an area with other people — with 2,662 combinations of privacy codes and channels, it’s a breeze to find an open one. You can even select a custom call tone so your friends know it’s you on the line.

Walkie talkies are the perfect way to stay in touch in areas with no cell phone service. Whether you’re hiking or taking a float trip, these small radios enable you to coordinate with your friends for safer adventuring.

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