• Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
  • Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
  • Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
  • Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
  • Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
  • Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)
Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)

Motorola Talkabout T465 Rechargeable Two-Way Radio Bundle (Green)

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  • With a range of up to 35 miles and freedom to communicate wirelessly, the T465 won't slow you down. The range in real-life conditions can be reduced from maximum range.
  • 22 Channels each with 121 Privacy Codes. With 22 channels and 121 privacy codes, totaling 2,662 combinations, it is easy to find an available channel.
  • When in danger, easily ask for help. Press the emergency alert button and the radio will transmit an alert siren followed by spoken or incidental sounds. This will allows others to know that you have an impending danger.
  • Keep updated with real-time weather conditions by turning on the weather channel or initiating weather alerts. With these capabilities, you will always be prepared for the unexpected.
  • Push-To-Talk (PTT) power boost allows you to extend the transmission range by increasing the transmitter power output. It also saves battery life when no power boost is necessary.

Customer Reviews

Great, but not useable. RX audio GARBAGE.I, Have been a two way radio technician most of my 45 year working life, a lot of that time was working for Motorola Communications themselves. I have always felt that Motorola made the very best two-way radios out there, because I have worked on all the other commercial brands, and Motorola almost always had the best layout for servicing. However, these T460's, were not made in Shaumburg Ill., but must have been China. They work o.k., EXCEPT, the receive audio SUCKS!! They sound like a dying Hyena cutting a power fart!!! Horrible. Totally illegible on either radio. Yes, I equalized the inside, outside pressure difference, so the problem has to be either tx deviation set all wrong, or receiver I.F mistuned at the Chinese factory. Don't feel like going to all the trouble of packing these puppies up to send back, and probably not even getting them properly fixed, like anyone would really care anyway. I am retired now, and I do not own a service monitor, so, guess I'll have to see if my ex employer will let me use one to tweek these things. REALLY, disappointed about this, as Motorola needs better Q.C. on these Chinese radios. Guess I'm stuck now !!!3Beware of cheap mic, speaker quality and poor range. Motorola is capable of doing so much better!Very disappointed in the quality of this radio especially knowing that Motorola can do so much better. The radio feels solid, but it's downfall is the weak mic and speaker. Very cheap microphone and speaker technology. Also, coverage area in my neighborhood at best was 0.25 mile. Tested the Motorola T460 against a BTECH MURS radio (also License free to operate) and the MURS radio blew the Motorola T460 out of the water with range and clarity. Sent the Motorola T460 back and will order more BTECH MURS-V1. MURS by the way is short for "Multi-Use Radio Service". MURS is operated license free just like FRS/GMRS radios. MURS in my opinion is more clear and better range than FRS/GMRS radios.1These Motorola T465 radios are not as good as previous MS or MT or MR models.I bought the hunter version T465 pair hoping that they would be better than the older Motorola and other brand FRS/CMRS radios. But sadly, these were a disappointment to me. Why? The transmit audio modulation on these units is low when talking normally as one would into the unit. Bad QC, one radio transmitted lower volume than the other radio, so they were inconsistent in quality.Even more annoying to me is that the scanning mode is slow to lock on to your priority channel. Say you have your unit set to channel 20 to transmit and receive, then turn on the scanning mode to monitor for activity. It's supposed to give priority to the channel you are set to (channel 20 in this example), so that no matter where it is in the channel scan polling, if someone calls on channel 20, then it should jump to channel 20 and lock on right away so you won't miss your priority channel calls. But it does not! It is slow to detect activity on the priority channel and can take up to 2 seconds to switch to it! Therefore you can miss short transmissions of someone trying to contact you. My older version Motorola MS350R waterproof radio jumps Immediately to your priority channel as soon as activity is detected. So big minus on this T465 processing algorithm.Another annoying minus of the T465 is that it emits a loud crashing blast of static noise every time activity is detected during channel scanning and when the radio squelches after a transmission is detected. It's as if the squelch is too slow to close the noise gate and you catch the tail end of the channel noise static which BLASTS in CRASHING LOUD. This is unacceptable for a "Hunting" radio where you might not want to disturb or scare away animals or reveal your where abouts! The older Motorola units do not blast a squelch noise like the T465 does during scanning.When I compared the receive audio quality of the speaker output of the T465 with the Motorola MS350R radio, the T465 audio was not as good as the MS350R audio output. T465 sounded weaker and tinnier, high pitched compared to the MS350R more robust better tonal quality.Wait, I'm not done, the LCD display and back lighting is smaller and dimmer and harder to read compared to the larger and brighter better lit orange back lit MS350R LCD display. Terrible considering that the T465 costs twice as much.Okay, the good points are:I liked the shape and size of the radios and that they use USB charging via a USB port so that it is more flexible in charging it when you are traveling and don't have to carry around a clumsy base charger.I am not 100% sure of it but I think the T465 receiver may be a bit more sensitive than the MS350R receiver as there was a time where it was receiving a weak signal on channel 15 breaking squelch while the MS350R receiver sitting pretty much right next to the T465 remained silent on that channel and did not pick up the activity. But then again that just might be the placement of the radios that caused the receive anomaly.I did not test the transmit range because from much past experience, I know that they would probably be about the same in that area.Bottom line is that I was not impressed with the performance quirks of this top of the line new offering from Motorola.I returned the units to amazon for refund because they are not worth it. I should mention that I am a real customer that bought this on my own and not enticed by any seller with a free radio offer. This is my review of actual purchased radio units from amazon. I was really hoping that they would be the radios that ended my search but they sadly are not. I do not recommend them due to the nagging flaws in design and especially not for the higher price they are going for at this time.3Not a radio I would recommend.After reading reviews and seeing several that claimed these radios weren't as good as the previous model I thought it was simple nostalgia, I purchased a pair of these to replace an aging set of motorola talkabout radios (12 mile rating) that were more than 15 years old. It was cheaper than buying new batteries and going by Motorolas claims, at least a 23 mile increase in range.They are reasonable in size and appear sturdy. They offer nice features and far more security codes than I thought possible.I am familar with FRS/GMRS radios and their true limitations. In reality if you get 2 miles in varied terrain you are doing something special. I didn't expect a miraculous increase in range but was hoping for a little better clarity fromthese radios.From the beginning one of the radios would never indicate a full charge. Not a deal breaker but problematic. Upon testing the radios the range and clarity is horrible. I took them out onto a flat straight roadway and anything over .25 miles was scratchy and communication was impossible before you got .5 miles apart. To verify the test, I took the old radios and they performed just fine well past .5 miles. Side by side comparison with the old radios and the issues with charging were enough that I returned the radios and did not request an exchange but a refund.Is it possible that I just had a bad pair? Anything is possible. But the fact that both neither transmitted or recieved as well as a pair that are more than 15 years old say a lot.I can't in good conscious recommend these for use in the back country and motorsports. It's simply not a risk I am willing to take. They might be a decent radio for children play with on FRS. They are definately not what they are protrayed to be.1Talkabout for huntingWe have owned our original motorola talkabouts about ten years now. They have been great for hunting but they were worn out. So last year I got us new ones, you know the latest and greatest kind of ones. They we're horrible; we tried to like them, but I'm the end there was too much wrong with them. So I dicided to see if they had a new version of the talk about radios. We we're very pleasantly surprised. As far as Hunters we are very happy with these radios.We can understand each other clearly. Additionally everybody else can use their own radios, and they all work well together. As a sportsman I would highly recommend the new talk about. The hunter series is the one that we purchased.5Dont waste your time or money!I bought the T460s for my family's move cross country as my wife and I would be driving separate vehicles. The radio my wife was using quit working within the first 2 hours of our 29 hour drive. I reached out to Motorola Solutions on Facebook explaining my situation and seeking further guidance. The great thing about Facebook is you can see exactly when someone reads your message. They never responded. I was excited to purchase the radios as my family in the past has never had to look any further than Motorola for 2-way radios. Unfortunately my broken radio is as quiet as Motorola, leading me to realize that I in fact can not trust Motorola for my communication needs.1Unacceptably poor voice quality, borderline unusableUnacceptably poor voice quality, borderline unusable.Receiver overloads easily if stronger signal is present nearby. Manual mentions not to use at close distance -- so yeah, they are fully aware that the receiver quality is not adequate to put it mildly.At a distance (few tens to hundred feet) -- received voice stutters and varies in volume at random and abruptly - very hard to listen and discern what's being said. Proper (part 90) receiver sitting nearby receives slightly better -- which means that not only receiver is crap but also transmitter.I have attempted a simple experiment transmitting and receiving with commercial Part 90 handheld (lets call it HT) and these units. Results:Transmit on HT, receive on HT -> loud and clearTransmit of T460, receive on HT -> muffled and garbled, jumps in volumeTransmit on T460, receive on T460 -> muffled, garbled, stuttering and volume jumps up and downTransmit on HT, receive on T460 -> quite loud crackling noise mixed in to speech, muffledBasically whenever T460 is involved communication quality degrades significantly.I bough these radios after being disappointed by Midland's design decisions WRT battery life management - but those at least worked properly - loud and clear sound, adequate power, no issues with receiver overload (even being were 5W units), etc. -- battery life was my only concern.These on the other hand are not even close. Plain unusable.Did not expect such low quality product from Motorola, especially since they now design and manufacture these units themselves.2nicelike very much! The fm radio is very practical. Satisfied with battery life, you can also install batteries. The call distance is about one kilometer5Ok but not worth 35 dollars.Not worth it. Radio has too much intermodulation and interference on fm band. Battery doesn't last long. Adapter is low quality as it causes more distortion in fm radio band.Has good features but poor functionality.1Junk radios don t work out in the field!Radios both worked when used fully charged battery pack or 3 AA Batteries. Tried both ways. In the house.But when I took them in the field hunting one or both radios did not function at all would not turn on at all. Would only work after taking the batteries out or unplug battery packs and plug back in. I purchased in fall of 2015. I also did not use until next hunting season 2016. Could not return by then. Did this every time I tried them at different times thinking I was doing something wrong but they did the same thing every time. They are junk beware if you are looking at these Motorola T465 radios1
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.
  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.sg, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
Description
  • With a range of up to 35 miles and freedom to communicate wirelessly, the T465 won't slow you down. The range in real-life conditions can be reduced from maximum range.
  • 22 Channels each with 121 Privacy Codes. With 22 channels and 121 privacy codes, totaling 2,662 combinations, it is easy to find an available channel.
  • When in danger, easily ask for help. Press the emergency alert button and the radio will transmit an alert siren followed by spoken or incidental sounds. This will allows others to know that you have an impending danger.
  • Keep updated with real-time weather conditions by turning on the weather channel or initiating weather alerts. With these capabilities, you will always be prepared for the unexpected.
  • Push-To-Talk (PTT) power boost allows you to extend the transmission range by increasing the transmitter power output. It also saves battery life when no power boost is necessary.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great, but not useable. RX audio GARBAGE.I, Have been a two way radio technician most of my 45 year working life, a lot of that time was working for Motorola Communications themselves. I have always felt that Motorola made the very best two-way radios out there, because I have worked on all the other commercial brands, and Motorola almost always had the best layout for servicing. However, these T460's, were not made in Shaumburg Ill., but must have been China. They work o.k., EXCEPT, the receive audio SUCKS!! They sound like a dying Hyena cutting a power fart!!! Horrible. Totally illegible on either radio. Yes, I equalized the inside, outside pressure difference, so the problem has to be either tx deviation set all wrong, or receiver I.F mistuned at the Chinese factory. Don't feel like going to all the trouble of packing these puppies up to send back, and probably not even getting them properly fixed, like anyone would really care anyway. I am retired now, and I do not own a service monitor, so, guess I'll have to see if my ex employer will let me use one to tweek these things. REALLY, disappointed about this, as Motorola needs better Q.C. on these Chinese radios. Guess I'm stuck now !!!3Beware of cheap mic, speaker quality and poor range. Motorola is capable of doing so much better!Very disappointed in the quality of this radio especially knowing that Motorola can do so much better. The radio feels solid, but it's downfall is the weak mic and speaker. Very cheap microphone and speaker technology. Also, coverage area in my neighborhood at best was 0.25 mile. Tested the Motorola T460 against a BTECH MURS radio (also License free to operate) and the MURS radio blew the Motorola T460 out of the water with range and clarity. Sent the Motorola T460 back and will order more BTECH MURS-V1. MURS by the way is short for "Multi-Use Radio Service". MURS is operated license free just like FRS/GMRS radios. MURS in my opinion is more clear and better range than FRS/GMRS radios.1These Motorola T465 radios are not as good as previous MS or MT or MR models.I bought the hunter version T465 pair hoping that they would be better than the older Motorola and other brand FRS/CMRS radios. But sadly, these were a disappointment to me. Why? The transmit audio modulation on these units is low when talking normally as one would into the unit. Bad QC, one radio transmitted lower volume than the other radio, so they were inconsistent in quality.Even more annoying to me is that the scanning mode is slow to lock on to your priority channel. Say you have your unit set to channel 20 to transmit and receive, then turn on the scanning mode to monitor for activity. It's supposed to give priority to the channel you are set to (channel 20 in this example), so that no matter where it is in the channel scan polling, if someone calls on channel 20, then it should jump to channel 20 and lock on right away so you won't miss your priority channel calls. But it does not! It is slow to detect activity on the priority channel and can take up to 2 seconds to switch to it! Therefore you can miss short transmissions of someone trying to contact you. My older version Motorola MS350R waterproof radio jumps Immediately to your priority channel as soon as activity is detected. So big minus on this T465 processing algorithm.Another annoying minus of the T465 is that it emits a loud crashing blast of static noise every time activity is detected during channel scanning and when the radio squelches after a transmission is detected. It's as if the squelch is too slow to close the noise gate and you catch the tail end of the channel noise static which BLASTS in CRASHING LOUD. This is unacceptable for a "Hunting" radio where you might not want to disturb or scare away animals or reveal your where abouts! The older Motorola units do not blast a squelch noise like the T465 does during scanning.When I compared the receive audio quality of the speaker output of the T465 with the Motorola MS350R radio, the T465 audio was not as good as the MS350R audio output. T465 sounded weaker and tinnier, high pitched compared to the MS350R more robust better tonal quality.Wait, I'm not done, the LCD display and back lighting is smaller and dimmer and harder to read compared to the larger and brighter better lit orange back lit MS350R LCD display. Terrible considering that the T465 costs twice as much.Okay, the good points are:I liked the shape and size of the radios and that they use USB charging via a USB port so that it is more flexible in charging it when you are traveling and don't have to carry around a clumsy base charger.I am not 100% sure of it but I think the T465 receiver may be a bit more sensitive than the MS350R receiver as there was a time where it was receiving a weak signal on channel 15 breaking squelch while the MS350R receiver sitting pretty much right next to the T465 remained silent on that channel and did not pick up the activity. But then again that just might be the placement of the radios that caused the receive anomaly.I did not test the transmit range because from much past experience, I know that they would probably be about the same in that area.Bottom line is that I was not impressed with the performance quirks of this top of the line new offering from Motorola.I returned the units to amazon for refund because they are not worth it. I should mention that I am a real customer that bought this on my own and not enticed by any seller with a free radio offer. This is my review of actual purchased radio units from amazon. I was really hoping that they would be the radios that ended my search but they sadly are not. I do not recommend them due to the nagging flaws in design and especially not for the higher price they are going for at this time.3Not a radio I would recommend.After reading reviews and seeing several that claimed these radios weren't as good as the previous model I thought it was simple nostalgia, I purchased a pair of these to replace an aging set of motorola talkabout radios (12 mile rating) that were more than 15 years old. It was cheaper than buying new batteries and going by Motorolas claims, at least a 23 mile increase in range.They are reasonable in size and appear sturdy. They offer nice features and far more security codes than I thought possible.I am familar with FRS/GMRS radios and their true limitations. In reality if you get 2 miles in varied terrain you are doing something special. I didn't expect a miraculous increase in range but was hoping for a little better clarity fromthese radios.From the beginning one of the radios would never indicate a full charge. Not a deal breaker but problematic. Upon testing the radios the range and clarity is horrible. I took them out onto a flat straight roadway and anything over .25 miles was scratchy and communication was impossible before you got .5 miles apart. To verify the test, I took the old radios and they performed just fine well past .5 miles. Side by side comparison with the old radios and the issues with charging were enough that I returned the radios and did not request an exchange but a refund.Is it possible that I just had a bad pair? Anything is possible. But the fact that both neither transmitted or recieved as well as a pair that are more than 15 years old say a lot.I can't in good conscious recommend these for use in the back country and motorsports. It's simply not a risk I am willing to take. They might be a decent radio for children play with on FRS. They are definately not what they are protrayed to be.1Talkabout for huntingWe have owned our original motorola talkabouts about ten years now. They have been great for hunting but they were worn out. So last year I got us new ones, you know the latest and greatest kind of ones. They we're horrible; we tried to like them, but I'm the end there was too much wrong with them. So I dicided to see if they had a new version of the talk about radios. We we're very pleasantly surprised. As far as Hunters we are very happy with these radios.We can understand each other clearly. Additionally everybody else can use their own radios, and they all work well together. As a sportsman I would highly recommend the new talk about. The hunter series is the one that we purchased.5Dont waste your time or money!I bought the T460s for my family's move cross country as my wife and I would be driving separate vehicles. The radio my wife was using quit working within the first 2 hours of our 29 hour drive. I reached out to Motorola Solutions on Facebook explaining my situation and seeking further guidance. The great thing about Facebook is you can see exactly when someone reads your message. They never responded. I was excited to purchase the radios as my family in the past has never had to look any further than Motorola for 2-way radios. Unfortunately my broken radio is as quiet as Motorola, leading me to realize that I in fact can not trust Motorola for my communication needs.1Unacceptably poor voice quality, borderline unusableUnacceptably poor voice quality, borderline unusable.Receiver overloads easily if stronger signal is present nearby. Manual mentions not to use at close distance -- so yeah, they are fully aware that the receiver quality is not adequate to put it mildly.At a distance (few tens to hundred feet) -- received voice stutters and varies in volume at random and abruptly - very hard to listen and discern what's being said. Proper (part 90) receiver sitting nearby receives slightly better -- which means that not only receiver is crap but also transmitter.I have attempted a simple experiment transmitting and receiving with commercial Part 90 handheld (lets call it HT) and these units. Results:Transmit on HT, receive on HT -> loud and clearTransmit of T460, receive on HT -> muffled and garbled, jumps in volumeTransmit on T460, receive on T460 -> muffled, garbled, stuttering and volume jumps up and downTransmit on HT, receive on T460 -> quite loud crackling noise mixed in to speech, muffledBasically whenever T460 is involved communication quality degrades significantly.I bough these radios after being disappointed by Midland's design decisions WRT battery life management - but those at least worked properly - loud and clear sound, adequate power, no issues with receiver overload (even being were 5W units), etc. -- battery life was my only concern.These on the other hand are not even close. Plain unusable.Did not expect such low quality product from Motorola, especially since they now design and manufacture these units themselves.2nicelike very much! The fm radio is very practical. Satisfied with battery life, you can also install batteries. The call distance is about one kilometer5Ok but not worth 35 dollars.Not worth it. Radio has too much intermodulation and interference on fm band. Battery doesn't last long. Adapter is low quality as it causes more distortion in fm radio band.Has good features but poor functionality.1Junk radios don t work out in the field!Radios both worked when used fully charged battery pack or 3 AA Batteries. Tried both ways. In the house.But when I took them in the field hunting one or both radios did not function at all would not turn on at all. Would only work after taking the batteries out or unplug battery packs and plug back in. I purchased in fall of 2015. I also did not use until next hunting season 2016. Could not return by then. Did this every time I tried them at different times thinking I was doing something wrong but they did the same thing every time. They are junk beware if you are looking at these Motorola T465 radios1
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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