Use of ski sport radio communications

Whether it’s a day or a week on the mountain, staying in contact with your ski group helps ensure everyone’s enjoyment and safety.

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The range – Skiing, especially in cross country skiing, is about traversing enormous distances. People easily get separated from their group because of this.
It is therefore very necessary that the range covered by the walkie talkie is large. The range refers to the furthest distance the walkie talkie can transmit radio waves effectively.

Waterproof – The ability to keep out water and moisture also ties in with the ‘tough and rugged’ features. Skiing slopes are moisture havens even if all the water has frozen to ice.
The walkie talkie you purchase must still be functional after being exposed to so much atmospheric moisture or dropped in a puddle of water.

Handportable radios for farm

RT47 hand-held walkie talkie

Retevis RT47 – licence free two way radio, dust and waterproof (IP 67).

In agricultural production, wind and sand are often encountered. IP67 rated dustproof and waterproof, can make RT47 without fear of sand and rain. Good work in agricultural production.

Licence free two way radio, no need to apply for a license in use. Not only saves time, but also saves some expenses.

Headsets & Earpieces


Finger PTT headset with release hook

  • Small finger PTT, easy for push and talk.

  • The earpiece/speaker fits snugly in your ear easily which keeps your conversations private.

  • Headset microphone is soft and can be placed on your mouth, which makes conversation more convenient.

  • Lightweight neckband structural design, comfortable to wear, easy to use.

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