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Radio 2 Way 5 Watt 10 Channel Model RDV5100

Motorola Radio 2 Way 5 Watt 10 Channel Model RDV5100

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The RDV5100 is a member of the new RDX Series introduced by Motorola.  This On-Site Two-Way business radio is a 5 Watt, 10 Channel unit that is affordable and easy to use.  With the RDX Series, it s easier to keep projects on track through better coordination of foremen, subcontractors and individual tradespeople; just what you need to address the daily challenges of worker safety and liability, pressure to finish projects faster, avoiding costly mistakes and thin profit margins.  The RDX Series radios provide the communication tool to help meet deadlines, avoid errors and keep costs within budget.  The RDV5100 offers exceptional audio quality as it is 30% louder than previous XTN and AX models.  These units allow you to maintain constant contact with and among workers to mobilize them and get tasks completed faster.  The durable metal diecast chassis help

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Ryan M.
44 reviews
The range on these radios is great, the sound is clear and these units are pretty durable.
The range on these radios is great, the sound is clear and these units are pretty durable.
Mallory B.
164 reviews
For the price it's ridiculous. Doesn't reach as far as said. Maybe half the distance. Hard to get a good connection on the signals also.
For the price it's ridiculous. Doesn't reach as far as said. Maybe half the distance. Hard to get a good connection on the signals also.
Jessica M.
Oshawa, ON
289 reviews
Lame! These motorola walkies don't work at all! They suck for distance and barely work when you are close together.
Lame! These motorola walkies don't work at all! They suck for distance and barely work when you are close together.
Kevin M.
Saint Catharines
33 reviews
I used these at work and they didn't last the season it seems the no name products are built tougher
I used these at work and they didn't last the season it seems the no name products are built tougher
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