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Rocky Talkie

1175 reviews

Rocky Talkie

1175 reviews
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Please note - each radio is sold individually

The Rocky Talkie is a license-free radio designed and tested in the Colorado Rockies. Created with climbers and skiers in mind, the radio is suited for any rugged adventure where communication is critical.


A specialized lithium-ion battery provides over 3 days of battery life, even in very cold conditions (-20F). For enhanced durability, the radio has a shatterproof LED screen and thermoplastic protective covering. Unlike the fragile plastic clips of other radios, the Rocky Talkie easily secures to backpacks and harnesses using an ultra-light carabiner and back-up leash.

The radio transmits the maximum power legally allowed for use without a license (2-watts). The max range is over 25 miles, however, 1 to 5 miles is more typical in backcountry terrain. For more info on range, please see our range testing video or walkie talkie range blog post.

The Rocky Talkie is ready to use out of the box and requires zero configuration. The electronics are simple and reliable - the radio has 5 buttons that are easy to understand while still supporting the critical advanced features (such as privacy codes to prevent outside interference).

Read about our 2 year warranty and commitment to sustainability. If you have additional questions, don't hesitate to contact us or refer to the FAQ page.

• One radio with shatterproof screen (4.8 oz)

• Mammut® Wall Light Carabiner (0.8 oz)

• Metal-reinforced back-up leash

• Lithium-ion battery (replaceable) and charger

Radio Service

FRS (no license required)

Channels

128

Privacy Codes

121 (CTCSS and DCS)

Range

Line-of-sight: 25+ miles
Mountains: 1 to 5 miles
Forest/Hills: 0.5 to 3 miles
City: Up to 1 mile

Power

2 Watt

Features

Privacy Codes, Channel Lock, High/Low Power Modes, Scan Mode, Roger Beep

Waterproofing

IP56 (Splashproof/Snowproof, not submergible)

Battery Type

Rechargable 1550 mAh Li-ion

Radio Dimensions

16.2 x 5.9 x 2.7 cm

Weight

Radio Only: 4.8 oz, Full System: 7.9 oz

Operating Temperature

-20° to 120° fahrenheit

Charging Temperature

0° to 100° fahrenheit

Charging Type

USB-C (Charger included)

Headset Compatible

Dual pin 3.5mm-2.5mm Port (Headset not included)

Designed for

  • Durability

    Durability

    Designed for rugged terrain

  • Range

    Range

    1-5 mile range in mountain terrain

  • Carabiner

    Convenience

    Carabiner and backup leash for quick access

  • Battery

    Battery Life

    3-5 days on a single charge

We donate $2 per radio to search and rescue teams Learn more

Customer Reviews
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    GS
    11/30/2022
    Gary S.
    United States

    Outstanding Customer Service

    Outstanding Customer Service, fair policies and a great product! Well done RT!

    SD
    11/30/2022
    Sheila D.
    United States United States

    Gift for my son

    He was so excited to get them! He and his brother do a lot of rock climbing together and they really wanted these to help them out when they’re together. They’ll be using them soon on their climbs, but for now they’ve been using them around the house!

    DZ
    11/30/2022
    Dean Z.
    United States United States

    Great rugged radios!

    These things are terrific!

    LL
    11/29/2022
    Larry L.
    United States United States

    High quality

    These radios are definitely professional quality. Something everyone who gets outside on adventures should have. A great purchase…thank you

    TK
    11/29/2022
    Trey K.
    United States United States

    AT Trip

    We used 3 radios on a multi-day hike on the AT. Our group of 10 got spread out at times and the rains were great to stay in communication. It was below freezing for 12-15 hours a day and that did not impact the performance of the radios.

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