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55.40 EUR (46.16 EUR + VAT)
Model: B4P00811MDKMAQ
Availability: On stock
Average Rating: Not Rated
Manufacturer: Motorola
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Motorola Talkabout T42 Quad Walkie-Talkie - a simple way of communication for the whole family 

Wouldn't you be more relaxed if you could stay connected while your kids are biking in the street, playing in the yard, next door, in the park, or in the nearby playground?
Wouldn't you be more calm if you didn't have to worry about losing your child at kids' programmes, mass events, or while tripping in the woods?
Would you like to be able to reach your children anytime when they are out with friends without parents or even going to the corner shop alone?
If the answer is yes, Motorola Talkabout T42 is your choice!

The whole family can be easily connected with the Motorola Talkabout T42 Quad Pack Walkie Talkie up to 4km* without mobile coverage or cellphone charges.

It is a great toy for your kids while you can be kept in touch with them!


  • PMR446 radios-license free
  • Up to 4km range*
  • 16 Channels**
  • Easy pairing for group call
  • Scan / monitor
  • Keypad lock
  • Low battery warning indicator
  • Call alert tone
  • Keypad tones
  • Talk confirmation tone / Roger beep


  • 4 walkie-talkies
  • 4 belt clips
  • 32 personalization stickers
  • Instruction manual

This class of products assumes only personal, non-professional and non-commercial use. 
*Subject to terrain and conditions.
** The transceiver has basically 8 channels but can be expanded to 16 channels.


Colour Blue/Orange and White
Frequency Band PMR446
Tx Power 500 mW
Bandwidth 12.5 Khz
Channels 16 channels (basically 8 channels but can be expanded to 16 channels)
Weight 79 grams (without battery)
Range Up to 4 km (subject to terrain and conditions)
Size WxHxD 4.8 x 13.6 x 2.7 cm
Power 3 x AAA alkaline batteries (not included)
Battery life Appr. 18 hours using alkaline cells (based on standard usage of 5/5/90 cycle)


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