This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Cobra FRS Usa. All opinions are 100% mine.
When mentioning walkie-talkies, you might remember some outdated ugly devices used for communication. The recent generations even don’t know what they are and haven’t used one before.
I also had the same thought until I got the chance to review the Cobra Chat Tag Walkie Talkie. It is actually much more useful than I could imagine.
The Cobra Chat Tag is a new walkie-talkie that has a totally different design as compared to other walkies on the market. It has the shape of a circle and the antenna is hidden inside. It is pretty easy to use since you can clip it on your shirt.
The walkie-talkie has some clear advantages over cell phones as it doesn’t need a cellular network to communicate.
The two-way radio transceiver has been developed since the World War II and it is still widely used for public safety, business, military, and outdoor recreation.
The Cobra Chat Tag is a consumer walkie-talkie with a lower power but its range still could reach 12 miles. It is suitable for family’s outdoor trips or small businesses. Notably, they can pair with walkie-talkies from other brands as well.
It is a must-have accessory for anyone serious about adventure; It offers a reliable 2-way communication that we all will appreciate when traveling to remote areas with weak cell reception. I’ve traveled to some places that smartphones are out of service and I couldn’t call anyone. Moreover, the sole purpose of the Cobra Chat Tag is communication; It doesn’t have to run heavy apps, so the battery could last very long; It is estimated at around 10 hours. You won’t have to worry about losing communication with your friends or family. It is charged via a micro USB cable, so you can also bring a power bank to recharge the device.
I love the product because it is small, lightweight and easy to wear on my shirt or backpack for hands-free talking. You will simply push the button to talk and then release it once finished. Your voice will be transmitted over 1 of 22 radio channels and it will be received clearly on the walkie-talkie at the other end.
In terms of design, the device has a speaker on top which could be pretty loud. All buttons and connectivity ports are placed on the sides, you can find the volume up/down buttons, the push-to-talk button, the micro USB port, and the 3.5mm audio jack here.
Just imagine when you trek through a forest and get lost, you open your phone and can’t see any signal; The walkie-talkie will become the only way to reach other members. You can just find your current location in Google Maps and read it to other people, they will be able to find you much easier.