These days there seems to be an endless list of possible dangers for parents to be concerned about, but fortunately there are also measures we can take to help ensure the personal safety of our children.
The Motorola TLKR T41 twin pack radios are easy to use, making them ideal for family use. Unlike a mobile phone, there are no call charges!
Give one to the kids so they can stay in touch with you when they go out and about. Equally, they will have great fun playing with these attractively coloured two way radios in the house or garden. (What kid has ever been able to resist playing with walkie-talkies?)
These compact handsets are also a perfect way to reliably communicate with our companions on holidays or days out, whether we are fishing, playing golf or on the beach.
The TLKR T41 is part of Brentwood’s license free leisure range – available in blue or orange – they are ready to use out of the box with no programming required. Here is what you get:
- Up to 4km range (subject to terrain and conditions)
- Free Calls
- 8 Channels
- LCD Display
- Keypad lock
- Battery level indicator
- Belt-Clip and Carrying Loop
TIPS FOR STAYING SAFE WITH TWO WAY RADIOS
- Practice at home or with your family before using the handset on your own.
- Decide which channel to use and stick with it.
- Agree with your family of friends how often to check in with each other.
- Establish a route before going out and ensure everyone knows where you are going.
- Check the batteries before each use and keep them charged.
- If your activities involve lots of rough and tumble, by a robust two way radio model.
- Don’t talk to anyone unfamiliar to you over the radio.
- Don’t give full address details of your location over the radio.
- Two way radios are great, but make sure you know how to use a telephone and have a backup plan for how to meet your friends or family if you are in a dead spot.
For more information about these Motorola leisure radios and accompanying equipment from Brentwood, please call 01245 403520 and speak to a member of our team today.