Lightweight long-range walkie talkies for outdoor explorations! Work up to a range of 500 metres (NB adverse weather conditions and buildings can affect the range). Features a rinigng call alert, LED power indicator, press to talk button and an integral belt clip.
Box Age: 3 years+
Core Child User age: 4 years+
Contents: Two lightweight FM walkie Talkies, press-to-talk button, led power indicator, safe and flexible antenna, belt clip & instructions manual
26 x 20 x 5cm
Required 2 x 9V (not included)
Warning! Not suitable for children under 3 months due to small parts which pose a choking hazard. To be used under direct adult supervision
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Helen50 Our 9 and 12 year old daughters love the walkie talkies
This product is straight forward and easy to use. Children can have great fun with the walkie talkies. great for communication skills and using their imaginations.
Rated 2 out of 5Â by seÃ¡nie poor value
Only one of the walkie talkies worked properly. One of them could only be received on, but talking through it didn't work, and you couldn't ring the other walkie talkie from it. Plus, the sound quality is poor. The children were very disappointed as they couldn't communicate two-way with the walkie talkies because of these faults. I couldn't recommend this product to others, poor value for money and poor quality.
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