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November 22, 2021

The holidays are right around the corner which mean you're most likely consumed with finding the right gifts for your loved ones. 

To make your life a little easier, we've put together a holiday gift guide for the avid off-roader. 

These gifts ideas are sure to make the receiver of them smile, but also safe and more connected. Not to mention, they'll have your dash looking right.

MXT115VP3 MicroMobile Bundle

This 15-watt radio will take communication to the next level while tackling the Rubicon Trail in California or the White Rim Trail in Utah. 

The MXT115 will triple the range of of traditional handheld two-way radios and CB radios, stretching up to 50 miles in ideal circumstances. 

When your loved one is out on the trails you can keep your devices charged with the MXT115's USB-C charging port. With this charging port cellphones, tablets, and handheld two-way radios will charge your devices up to 20 times faster than a regular USB. 

It features NOAA Weather Alert channels so if severe weather is headed your way, you'll have the fastest most reliable way to receive information, giving you time to seek shelter. 

The MXT115 is compatible with all Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies. 

Along with the radio unit, you can also found a universal lip mount with a six meter cable and a 3 dB Ghost antenna. 

 

 X-Talker T71VP3 Two-Way Radio

Communicate in and out of the vehicle with Midland's X-Talker T71VP3 Two-Way Radio. Whether they're helping another driver navigate an obstacle or assisting with a recovery, the T71s are sure to be the perfect gift for the off-roader in your life. 

These walkie talkies are known for their long battery life (up to 15 hours), range, and extra features. Not to mention when battery is low, the T71 recharges rapidly. 

In ideal circumstances, these walkies have a range of up to 38-miles, ensuring your off-roader has effective, reliable, and durable communication. 

Notably, the T71s have Midland's NOAA Weather Alert and Weather Scan technology. That way, you'll have peace of mind that your off-roader is getting the most accurate information if severe weather rolls in. 

Midland's T71s are also water resistant.

They also feature 36 channels and 121 Privacy Codes. 

 

ER10VP E+Ready Compact Emergency Alert AM/FM Weather Radio

When your friend or family member is off-grid, you don't want them to be caught off guard. 

Get them Midland's ER10VP that's essential when overlanding with friends and family. 

The ER10VP will automatically and immediately alert you of any incoming inclement weather.

It also doubles as a flashlight with Hi, Lo, and SOS strobe options in case of an emergency. 

Not to mention, this won't crowd your dash or take up too much space in your vehicle This radio is slim and compact. It can easily slip into your pocket. 

The ER10VP gives your loved ones the ability to take safety into their own hands. 

Not to mention, it's an incredible value coming in at only $19.99.


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