Product Code: SRP-U11
Availability: In Stock
£ 619.00 Excl. VAT
£742.80 Incl. VAT
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The SRP Repeater Series uses a combination of 2 Icom IC-F110S/IC-F210S mobile radios and can be used as a VHF to VHF, UHF to UHF or cross brand repeater. The SRP Repeater has been designed to enhance coverage of a two way radio system. It can also re-transmit received audio without any noticeable delay, enhancing operations range even further.
Was looking to upgrade to digital radios for my school and decided upon the Motorola DP1400 and has proved to be an excellent investment. The radios were great value and delivery came early the next day. Will definitely be using you again.
I would just like to say a huge thank you to the walkie talkies team for the delivery of my Pronto radios. I only ordered them at 4pm and they arrived next morning. Great initial communication and the radios exactly as described.
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We have been working with Walkie-Talkies to equip our front of house and facilities staff with radio equipment for several years now. I have always found their personnel to be very personable, professional and knowledgeable. They have always strived to tailor solutions to meet our needs and our budget, even allowing us to trial equipment to make sure that it fitted our requirements. Their after care service is also excellent. I would most definitely recommend Walkie-Talkies’ services.
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For 12 years Walkie-Talkies have been assisting us with our communications requirements. Their fantastic customer support and cost effective solutions have ensured that our two way radios do not let us down!
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