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Retevis RT-5RV Two Way Radios Long Range Rechargeable,Tough Dual

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Product Description

 Two Way Radio Long Rang Dual Band  Two Way Radio Long Rang Dual Band
Retevis RT-5RV Retevis RT22
Range Longer distance Ordinary distance
Battery capacity 1400 mAh 1000 mAh
Channel number 128 Channels 16 Channels
Frequency change Change directly via keyboard No
CTCSS changes Change directly via keyboard No
Compatible work with RT22,other brands and models work with RT-5RV
Emergency alarm Yes Yes
Flashlight Yes No

Retevis RT-5RV Two Way Radio Long Rang

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Why choose Retevis RT5-RV Walkie Talkies with Six Way Gang Charger?

  • Longer range: Retevis RT-5RV walkie-talkies use higher power and gain antennas than ordinary walkie-talkies, so they have a longer working range
  • Easier function setting: with keyboard and screen, you can set all the functions you want to set including frequency, frequency band, CTCSS/DCS, power, VOX, squelch, scan, etc.
  • More assured communication tools: channel lock, emergency alarm, flashlight and other functions can bring more convenience to your work

More suitable for larger events than ordinary walkie-talkies

Retevis RT-5RV Two Way Radio Long Rang Dual BandRetevis RT-5RV Two Way Radio Long Rang Dual Band

In which scenarios is Retevis RT-5RV more suitable than ordinary walkie-talkies?

  • The Retevis RT-5RV radio has 2 frequency bands for you to choose
  • Not only suitable for mountainous areas with dense forests, but also for places made of steel and concrete buildings
  • More suitable for medium and large places,such as in a 7 story facility,60,000 SF warehouse,10,000 sq ft church,over 4000 feet away in the mountains,1000 acre rolling hill hunting camp

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