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Midland LXT630VP3 36-Channel GMRS with 30-Mile Range NOAA Weather Alert, Rechargeable Batteries Charger in High Visibility Yellow Case

Package includes Pair of Radios, Belt Clips, Desktop Charger, Rechargeable Batteries, AC Wall Adapter, Owners Manual
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Midland LXT630VP3

Midland’s LXT630VP3 two-way radio includes a pair of 36 Channel GMRS Radios with up to 30 Mile Range. Dual power options – three AAA batteries or rechargeable battery pack – make this two-way radio a flexible option. With NOAA Weather Alert and Weather Scan, the LXT630VP3 makes an excellent choice for your next outdoor adventure.

LXT630VP3 Key Features
  • 36 Channels – Clear, crisp communication with easy button access
  • Xtreme Range – Up to 30 miles* – Longer range communication in open areas with little or no obstruction
  • 121 Privacy Codes – Gives you up to 2662 channel options to help you block other conversations
  • NOAA Weather Alert Radio with Weather Scan – Automatically locks on to your local weather channel and alerts you to severe weather
  • Silent Operation – Turns off all tones for silent operation
  • HI/LO Power Settings – Lets you adjust transmit power to conserve battery life
  • eVOX – Hands-Free (3 Levels) – Easy voice activation
  • Monitor – Checks for any activity within your channel
  • Dual Power Options – Uses 3 AAA batteries (not included) or rechargeable battery pack (included)
  • Five Call Alerts
  • Channel Scan
  • Water Resistant
  • Backlit Display (LCD)
  • Auto Squelch
  • Roger Beep
  • Keypad Lock
  • Keystroke Tones
  • Accessory Jacks
  • Drop-In Charger Capable
  • Battery Life Extender
What’s in the Box

Pair of Radios, Belt Clips, Rechargeable Battery Packs, Desktop Charger, AC Adapter, Owner’s Manual

Midland Radio Corporation

Midland Radio Corporation is an international industry leader in wireless communications with affiliates in Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, Poland, Russia, Spain, and the United Kingdom, as well as representation in Latin America. Midland develops high quality consumer products such as XTC Wearable Video Cameras, GMRS Two-Way Radios, Citizen Band (CB) Radios, Marine Radios, Bluetooth intercom systems, and All Hazards/Weather Alert Radios. Also, as a leading manufacturer of Land Mobile Radios, Midland supplies professional grade analog and digital (P25 Technology) Portables, Mobiles and Base Stations/Repeaters for government entities such as forestry, public safety, and other commercial users. Known in the ’70s primarily for CB radios and household electronics, Midland has grown with the times by producing innovative new communications products and by actively promoting public emergency preparedness. Midland has manufactured quality Two-Way Radios for the last 50 years and is a market leader in several individual categories.

*Maximum range can only be achieved over water or open rural areas under optimum conditions

Product Features

  • 36 Channels with Up to 30 Mile Range in High Visibility Yellow
  • NOAA Weather/All Hazard with Alert and Weather Scan
  • 121 Privacy Codes
  • 5 Call Alerts
  • 3 Level Vox for Hands Free Operation

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3 thoughts on “Midland LXT630VP3 36-Channel GMRS with 30-Mile Range NOAA Weather Alert, Rechargeable Batteries Charger in High Visibility Yellow Case

  1. Good, clear sounding radios. I like them. I like Midland products. I find that they are generally better than Motorolla’s cheap radios.I use these around the house and they have great clarity. So far they seem to be great “cheap” radios. They came with rechargable packs, which is convenient for when the kids leave them on and let the batteries die. When these fail. I’ll use rechargable AAAs.PRO:- Small, light and easy to use.- Good clear sound.- All sounds can be disabled, including the…

  2. If you aren’t trying to communicate with miners 30 miles deep in the earth, these will be fine. Works so far as described.So far, I have only tested these radios on the low-power FRS channels. At 1.6 miles and line-of-sight, the audio was crystal clear. Even at 1.1 miles, with lots of residential buildings interfering, the low-power FRS channel still was useful for communication, though it had lots of static. I will try testing these again with the higher power FRS/GMRS channels.Disclaimer for people who don’t know about radios but still expect the maximum…

  3. These work really well for the price. These are very powerful. We tested it out by me getting in my car and driving away; I was at the convenience store about a mile away as the crow flies, and it was fine talking to someone in the house. It started to get choppy after that, and then died out after about a mile and a half – but what was between us at that point was a forested nature preserve and a commercial business piece of highway, so I’d say that’s pretty darn good. I don’t know the exact circumstances you’d need to get…

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