• Product Spotlight : The Motorola T92 H20

    Every now and then we see a product which has form and function and then when we delve a little deeper we come to see that it has that little extra which makes it special.
    In this instance we came across the Motorola T92 H20 PMR 'walkie talkie' which has all the above. In its essence it is a simple Personal Mobile Radio.
    It is licence free, meaning that there are no associated operating costs and it is simple to use out of the box.

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  • PMR for the Outdoor Life

    If you are the sort of person that likes outdoor activities a good licence free radio can be of great use. It can be a useful tool in coordination, a fun thing to have or it can save your life in an emergency. Motorola design and manufacture market leading PMR446 radios which can be used for many outdoor pursuits. Personal mobile radios are increasingly popular for hikers, cyclists, fishing,
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  • SOLAS regulation and ATEX Radios

    As decreed by the The Maritime Safety Committee under the SOLAS regulation II-2/10.
    In order to comply with the new fire safety regulations ships will be required to have a specified number of firefighters based upon the number of crew and size of the ship, each party of firefighters on board must have a minimum of two ATEX certified PMR ( personal mobile radios ) for communications during an emergency.

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  • Licence Free Mobile Radios at Charity Event

    Personal Mobile Communications
    Mobile Radios are a necessity for anyone organinsing a large outdoor event.Last weekend in Brighton there was a large charity beach festival called Paddle Round The Pier which attracted over 50,000 visitors over a large area of Brighton's seafront. The festival had sports events, sea races, dog shows, muscle contests, music, kids stage and more - a diverse range of visitors of all ages were catered for over a large and crowded area.

    The event was manned entirely by a crew of unpaid volunteers who get together each year to put it on.

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