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2-Way Radios - 22 Channel/24 Mile



2-Way Radios - 22 Channel/24 Mile

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  • 2-Way Radios - 22 Channel/24 Mile


Stay in touch with your party even while hiking 24 miles away! The Midland LXT535VP3 24-Channel 2-Way Radios are ideally suited for hiking, gaming, fishing and other outdoor activities. The radios are sold as a pair, feature rechargeable batteries and 22 selectable channels. Its 24 mile range (line of sight) provides reliable communication in open water, fields and more. The Hi/Lo power settings enable extended range or conserve battery life. The radios also feature channel scan and a keypad lock to avoid inadvertent setting changes, and a dual-bay drop-in desktop charger is included.


- 22 channels - clear, crisp communication with easy button access

- Up to 24 mile range (line of sight) - longer range communication in open areas with little or no obstruction

- Dual power options - Uses 4 "AAA" batteries (not included) or rechargeable batteries (included)

- Channel scan - automatically checks channels for activity

- Hi/Lo Power Settings - Lets you adjust transmit power & conserve battery life

- Silent operation - turns off all tones for quiet operation

- Call alert - press to notify your group of incoming calls

- Auto squelch - removes annoying background noise

- Keypad lock - prevents accidental activation of function/mode keys

- Water resistant

- Roger beep

- Keystroke tones

- Mic and headphone jacks

- Drop-in charger capable

- Battery life extender


- Channels: 22 FRS and GMRS

- Frequency Band: 462.550 ~ 467.7125 MHz

- RoHS Compliant: Yes

- Power Supply: 4 x AAA

- Temperature: -22 to 140° F (-30 - 60° C)

- FCC Compliance: Part 95

- Dimensions (HxWxD): 6 x 2.25 x 1.75" (15.24 x 5.71 x 4.44cm)

- Weight (Unit weight): 0.2lb (90.71g)


- 2 x Belt Clips

- 2 x Sets of Rechargeable Battery Packs

- Desktop Charger

- AC Wall Adapter (120V)

- Owner's Manual

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