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When you're looking for a family two-way radio system that younger children can use, what are the top requirements that come to mind? Most likely, in addition to a high-quality radio, it needs to be durable, so it can stand up to whatever your kids may dish out. It also must be easy to use. These Motorola walkie-talkies for kids that are part of their Motorola Talkabout Series are especially designed for family and personal use. They operate on the FRS band (Family Radio Service) or on both the FRS and GMRS bands (General Mobile Radio Service). GMRS requires an FCC license to operate, but the FRS band does not. Read More

These quality family radios have attractive child-friendly features. There are built-in NOAA weather channels, so that scouts of all ages can "be prepared" for any weather conditions that might suddenly pop up while you're out on a family adventure. Motorola's iVOX system acts like a speakerphone, allowing easy hands-free communicating without having to stop what you're doing. The Motorola Talkabout-T400, Motorola Talkabout-T460 and Motorola Talkabout-T465 all feature an IP54 weatherproof design, which is a standard that tests the radio's performance and ensures that it can withstand rain, snow and other weather conditions. These 3 models also include a built-in LED flashlight, which is a very handy feature for kids to have close at hand during nighttime activities or power outages.

Kids' two-way radios are a smart alternative to cell phones, because there are no monthly charges and so long as everyone is within range, there are no "dead zones." This comes in handy when camping in a location that has spotty cell phone coverage. These Motorola walkie-talkies for children and adults are private communication systems for families that include 121 privacy codes and 22 channels, so you can easily find a free channel for secure transmissions without crosstalk.

Another attractive feature of these kid-friendly walkie-talkies are the prices. They're sold in sets of 2 or 3 radios and are economically priced for families on a budget who want to stay connected, whether it's on a camping trip, hiking expedition, family outing to a theme park, an out-of-town vacation, a little league game or even just a trip to the mall.

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