The T600 H2O Series two-way radio connects active outdoor users. It has a 35 mile range. It is Designed for emergency and personal communication.
The device integrates unique safety features including emergency notification, a built in water activated flashlight, and the ability to float, face up, for an indefinite time period.
The T600 H2O Series is designed to float and is visible on the water surface. The water-activated flashlight automatically illuminates upon contact with water.
With its IP67 standard, the radio withstands constant submersion of up to 1m for 30 minutes and repels the heaviest rain.
The white LED provides light on demand. The red setting preserves user vision for nighttime use and lights the way in the outdoors without disturbing wildlife.
The T600 H2O incorporates a speakerphone feature to allow hands-free communication. This allows users to keep moving without stopping to answer a call.
Additionally a two-stage push-to-talk button enables users to transmit on low or high power depending on need. A vibration alert feature minimizes the noise of call announcements to reduce interruptions during quiet activities such as hunting or fishing.
This radio includes an emergency alert feature, allowing users to alert others any dangers that may come their way. When the alert button is activated, the radio transmits an alert siren followed by transmission of spoken or incidental sounds.
This allows users to send the signal to other radios and warn of impending danger.
A unique whistle belt clip design is an additional way to notify others and it functions indefinitely regardless of radio condition or battery state. In addition, there’s a built-in LED flashlight for peace-of-mind during evening adventures, unexpected emergencies and power outages.
This Design is built to a standard of ruggedness which outlasts competitive offerings. This longevity means less obsolescence and need for disposal of a broken or outdated product.
A longer lifecycle translates into less waste and greater end user satisfaction. Most of the energy wasted when using a mobile device occurs during the charge. Special circuitry enables this device to consume less power when idle which in turn reduces the need to charge the radio.