The GMR2 handheld radio keeps you connected to friends and family while on the go! With the included 22 channels, you'll have universal connection to all other GMRS radios; meaning you can talk to the other walkie-talkies, both GMRS and FRS. Built to perform! The GMR2 PLUS has an optimized transmitter with tuned antenna providing long range performance. With the ability to transmit at a lower power, the GMR2 PLUS sends clear long range communications with longer battery life. The GMR2 handheld offers versatility and clear communications! Pair Option: Available in a convenient 2 pack, you'll have universal connection to all other GMRS radios; meaning you can talk to the other walkie-talkies, both GMRS and FRS. The GMR2 handheld offers versatility and clear communications! FCC and CE certified.
Included: ✔ GMR2 Radio in High Visibility Safety Yellow, Safety Orange or Grey in Single Option | x2 in Pair Option ✔ Belt Clip Single Option | x2 in Pair Option ✔ Charging cradle Single Option | x2 in Pair Option ✔ AC adapter/charger Single Option | x2 in Pair Option
Fitment: Works with all GMRS and FRS radios operating on the same channels, including Rugged GMR45, GMR25, and GMR2. Also works with all GMRS radios from other manufacturers.
Please Note: Removable antenna feature is ONLY available on white label GMR2 PLUS.
Standard GMRS channels Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery with USB charge port (compatible with optional cable) Weather channels FM Radio Listen-only operation - VHF 136-174 mHz and UHF 400-480 mHz Squelch suppression button Flashlight A/B Switch to toggle between channels 2-Pin accessory port uses same accessories as V3 radio Backlit easy-view display Removable, replaceable, upgradable antenna
➜ 3-Year Limited Warranty Rugged Radios warrants its Radios, Intercoms & Headsets to be free from manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase.
General Mobile Radio Service, or GMRS radios, operate on specific UHF1 frequencies around 462 MHz and 467 MHz that are set aside by the FCC for general public use. UHF excels in transmitting through wooded environments, around town, or in any situation where there are obstructions when compared to other frequency ranges like VHF2. Because of this, GMRS is popular for overland, Jeep, camping, outdoor/adventure, and general recreational uses.
A valid FCC license is necessary to legally operate a GMRS radio. More info here