New 4x4 gear: Uniden UH45-4 UHF radios + GME AE4707B antenna

New comms equipment for your next 4x4 trip.

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GET the kids involved on the next 4x4 trip with a set of Uniden UH45-4 radios, and ensure you'll stay in touch when you're off the grid with a new Aussie-made antenna from GME.

UNIDEN UH45-4 UHF RADIOS

KEEP in contact with the kids on the next 4x4 trip with a set of Uniden's UH45-4 radios. The pack consists of four radios and is a great way to get the kids involved, keep them entertained, and also keep an eye (or ear) on them. The compact size of the radios means they'll fit in a child's pocket when they're out on the ski slopes or taking a stroll through the bush, and the bright colours means they should be easy to spot if misplaced or dropped. The radios have an operating time of up to 20 hours, a three-kilometre range, a Kid-Zone feature that allows parents to block conversations, and an inbuilt LED light.
RRP: $104.95
Website: www.uniden.com.au

GME AE4707B ANTENNA

The Aussie-made antenna utilises a heavy duty black fibreglass radome, making it ideal for a rugged off-road adventure. Key features of the antenna include a medium duty spring base, an interchangeable whip, and a pre-terminated FME connector. The aerial is 595mm long and features a 2.1dBi gain. The antenna comes with a one-year warranty.
RRP: $189
Website: www.gme.net.au

 

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