Collection: Single Handset Walkie Talkies
Two-Way Radios Single Handsets
One of the advantages of license-free two-way radios is that they can accommodate an unlimited number of users. Whether you are communicating one-to-one or as part of a large expedition, you will all be able to stay in touch using these walkie talkies. They are also intercompatible, so you can mix and match different brands and models. Simply ensure they are all tuned into the same frequency, and you’ll be ready to go!
Naturally, this means you can expand your two-way radio setup at any time. Adding on a single handset is as simple as choosing the right frequency. Whether you are purchasing a Cobra or Motorola two-way radio, you should find that they all work together just find. If you have any specific questions about compatibility, then please don’t hesitate to give us a call, and we’ll be able to clear things up for you.
A More Budget-Friendly Option
Buying a single handset two-way radio can also allow you to access more advanced features that your current radios lack. If you’re planning on using your new two-way radios hands-free, then be sure to look out for VOX functionality. This clever feature means that the radio’s microphone is always switched on and ready to pick up the sound of your voice. When it does so, it will automatically start broadcasting, before switching off again when you stop speaking. This is an extremely useful feature to have, and will benefit a wide range of users. Whether you are a skiier whose hands are otherwise occupied with ski poles, or working in a warehouse where you are carrying things about, this hands-free mode allows you to communicate whenever you need to.
Finally, you might be looking at single handset two-way radios because you need something a little more robust that what you currently have. For instance, you might be working on a building site where there’s one particular area that’s a little more demanding than elsewhere. In this case, it’s a smart idea to choose a two-way radio with an IP rating that protects against dust and other solids. On the other hand, you may require a waterproof walkie talkie- again, check the IP rating for this feature. Generally speaking, the more robust a handset is, the more expensive it will be. If you don’t have the budget for a full set of rugged two-way radios, then a single handset can be a more cost-effective solution.