X-TALKER T51VP4 Walkie Talkie

The X-Talker T51VP4 value pack comes with two radios and a pair of headsets.Clear Reception. Clear Transmission. Clear Sound Quality. The T51VP4 two-way radios have up to a 28-mile range and features 22 Channels (38 Privacy Codes), Channel Scan, and our legendary Weather Alert technology. License Free FRS Radio.

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$54.99

Features


Three Year Warranty

22 Channels

Clear, crisp communication with easy button access

Xtreme Range - Up to 28 miles

38 Privacy Codes

Weather Alert Radio

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What's in the box


  • Pair of Radios
  • Pair of Headsets
  • Belt Clips
  • Rechargeable Battery Packs
  • Desktop Charger
  • Micro USB Charging Cable
  • Owner's Manual

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REVIEWS


Up To 28 Mile Two-Way Radios is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 8.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product for the price! Really likes these walker talkies. We got them for the lake so we can tell the boat to come back to the house. We used them solid for 3 days and enjoyed them all. We didn’t find any flaws in them. We used the headsets that came with but it would not be something we would use regularly. The battery life lasted 2 solid days of back and forth use. The charging station is great as we can leave it by the door and they can be charged and ready to go. We will probably go buy 2 more for our use as they covered 8 miles easy for us so we could use them while boating, kayaking, or even at the golf course. We are very excited about this purchase!
Date published: 2020-07-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid Small Walkie This is a solid walkie. We are happy with the size and the charging base. We used it during an overnight fishing trip to communicate between boats. There were no obstructions and we were ~.5 mile apart. The sound quality was very good and the battery lasted all night and into the morning. I liked the NOAA weather feature and multi channels. The clip is a good size for belts and straps and held tight. The headpiece was not used much but was comfortable. The volume of the headpiece was very loud even at low volume. We live in a densely wooded and hilly area, and found that we did not get very good range in this situation, <.5 mile range.
Date published: 2020-08-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Pretty solid - range seems lacking This walkie-talkie set is perfect for around the neighborhood, campsite, or for short range. It’s really easy to use, easy to set up, and the battery life is great! The included headphones were a really convenient option but there is no volume control on the headphone itself. Unfortunately, we found that the distance didn’t really hold up to the claims. In some situations, we were only half mile apart and lost connection completely. The sound quality after about a quarter mile seems to dip substantially. If you’re looking for short range, it’s probably a go to option for you! Disclaimer: This is a personal review in exchange for product. My honest feedback is my compensation for product usage.
Date published: 2020-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pair of Walkies These came in handy at the campsite. Didn’t think I needed the headsets but they work well on our bike rides.
Date published: 2020-06-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great product Great pair of Walkie Talkies. First off they are a great size, small and light. Easy to carry or attach to a pack or hip. The learning curve was fairly easy, directions are easy to follow but there are many functions and it can take a while. I had no problem getting them set up and ready to use very quickly. There are plenty of channels to scan through and find a private one for yourself. As far as the range goes, I was not able to achieve 28 miles but I do live in the mountains and that will effect it. However, I had great quality out for a few miles which is all I need in them. I plan on bringing these on some upcoming scouting trips for a hunt and they will work perfectly. A huge feature that I love is the NOAA weather alerts. This is huge for when you are in the backcountry and need to know what mother nature is about to deliver. The battery is rechargeable and it comes with a charging stand. Charge lasted me all day and they charged up fairly quickly. USB Charger is great to use with battery packs when camping. They do come with headset which I have not used but I may bring them when scouting to cut down on sounds. Overall I am pleased with these, they perform as they should and they will work great for what I need them for.
Date published: 2020-08-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Walkie-Talkie with Decent Range As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I am fortunate to receive products to review from time to time. I was pleased to get this walkie-talkie because it had an earphone, unlike ones I have had in the past. After I figured out that I had to press the button on the ear bud to talk when it was plugged into the walkie-talkie, it was great. The owner’s manual did not go into detail about that little feature. I was down the mountain, and my wife was inside about a quarter of a mile away when we first tried it. It worked perfectly and with no static. I liked that this model has sub channels. I have used two-way radios before that didn’t have sub-channels, and we always got interference. The sound quality was great—not excellent, but great for being so small. The best thing about this two-way radio is that it is rechargeable. I don’t have to worry about battery replacement. The one thing I would add to make it better would be a charging block. It came with a charging station and cord, but I had to use a charging block that was being used for something else. Other than that, I really liked this model and look forward to checking out the range at longer distances. I could see using this while kayaking on the lake when somebody is onshore or while camping when our group is spread out.
Date published: 2020-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Multiple uses for campers My husband and I are full time travelers and spend much of our time outdoors, we primarily use walkie talkies for short range transmissions when operating our motorhome. This includes site setup and RV maintenance. Ever since we were growing up our families have always packed a set of walkie talkies for family adventures. There are a few changes with this model than the ones we have experience with. While charging there is no light or indicator on the base. Charging is indicated on the LCD screen battery icon. The units are powered on by holding down the Menu button in the center until unit beeps. We’re used to the knob on top controlling on/off and volume up/down so this update will take some time to get used to. The belt clips are slide on and unhinged. We miss that our previous radios had hinges to make it easy to widen the clasp and will probably swap them out with the other pair. We love the Midland brand, they’ve always been reliable, have superior customer service and if need to access a manual or request assistance their website is easy to navigate. Overall, we are extremely pleased with these walkie talkies and plan to continue using them for hiking, camping, biking, kayaking and road trip caravans. The over ear headsets are an upgrade and will make setting up our motorhome much easier in the future. Disclosure: The author of this review received a sample of the product from the brand or its representative in exchange for a review.
Date published: 2020-07-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Radio for short range use As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I am fortunate to receive products to review from time to time. This product came at the right moment because we just upgraded our travel trailer, and these walkie talkies were very helpful when backing up our new “to us” vintage trailer during our latest adventure. Before having a large travel trailer, I really didn’t have a need for two-way radios, but they definitely came in handy while on our last camping trip. After getting these radios, there were a few key functions I wanted to test which I feel would be the most beneficial. 1. Range 2. Clarity 3. Battery Life When we arrived at our campground and got all checked in, the first thing we did was grab our Midland radios and started backing our trailer into our campsite. I have to say, having the radios during this process was beneficial enough for us. We get below-average cell phone service when camping, so just having these radios to help us park our trailer was amazing. It even has a VOX (aka hands-free) option which is helpful when you need both hands on the wheel and all eyes on your backing partner. So, for that fact alone, we are very happy we had them. Besides being good for backing up a trailer, these radios are also useful for keeping track of kids or friends when you're at an RV or state park. Sad to say, the range of these radios is not as good as I would have hoped. The manual says they have up to a 28 mile range, but that is only on completely flat ground with no obstacles. Unfortunately, there are obstacles everywhere these days. I tried these in my neighborhood first, and I couldn’t even get three streets over before losing reception. I also tried them in convoy on a somewhat straight road with a few hills, and I don’t think I got a mile of reception. So these radios are great if you are in close proximity to each radio, but they don’t really have far range. However, the battery life on these is great. We used them most of the day without having to charge them once. I simply plug them in at night and wake up to fully charged radios that last all day. Also, the sound on these radios is loud and very clear. I don’t have any issue hearing the other person talking which I greatly appreciate. For us, these are a great set of radios because we can use them to back up our trailer and keep track of our little one. At the end of the day, we are very happy with our Midland radios. Pros: - Great battery life. - Very clear sound from both handheld and earpiece. - Fits perfect in hand and isn’t too heavy. Perfect for carrying around the hiking trails. - There is a USB charging port on each radio if the base gets broken or lost or during travel, you can still charge the radios. - VOX (hands free option) works well, just a little delay at first, but still gets the job done if you truly want to go hands free Cons: - Range of the radios is not good when there are any obstacles nearby. Not a good walkie talkie for use around the neighborhood or long distance. Quickly loses reception between houses, buildings or trees. Less than a mile range unless on flat service. - No charging indicator light on the charging station. You have to keep looking at the radio itself to see if it is fully charged. Not all bad, but a fully charged green light could be an added feature. - Slight static sound in the background while talking at long distances but otherwise the voices are still clear.
Date published: 2020-08-07
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