HiTech Wireless understands the world’s need to communicate, and to access information. We also know that cellular phones and laptops aren’t always there for you when you need them. That is why we continue to offer the world other modes of communication….ways to stay in touch and informed without text messages, phone calls or emails.
Our products are more to us than simply communication links for hotel staff, park rangers, security crews, and racing teams. Our products can help save the lives of stranded motorists, lost hikers, and off-course amateur sailors. We think it’s important to share 3 devices that we KNOW will come in handy for anyone who suddenly finds themselves stranded, lost and without phone reception…whether indoors or out…on land or at sea.
#1) Midland’s NEW hand held Portable CB Radio
The Midland 75-822 Micro-handheld CB radio showcases 40 channels plus a built-in 10 channel weather/all hazard VHF receiver for bad weather and natural disaster warnings. The Midland 75-822 even arrives “ready-to-go” in extreme weather emergencies with a slide-on battery case, metal belt clip, and carry strap.
A transceiver is a unit which contains both a receiver and a transmitter. Magnum’s 1012 Hand Held Dual Band Amatuer Transceiver has a 40 channel AM, 40 channel USB, and 40 channel LSB capacity operating between 28.000 to 29.690 MHz. Along with clarifier controls and noise blanker, you can clearly call for help and clearly understand whoever answers.
#3) Motorola MR350R FRS GMRS TalkAbout Two Way Radio
This above standard walkie talkie from Motorola allows you to Talk on both FRS (Family Radio Service) and GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service), providing 22 channels each with 121 privacy codes. This inexpensive yet powerful two way radio also receives NOAA weather channels, offering coverage of all government-operated NOAA weather broadcasts, plus NOAA All Hazard Alert Radio.
Don’t wait to be stranded to buy one of these products…
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