Communication during an emergency between yourself and your friends and family is so crucial that it almost goes without saying, yet have you considered what you would do if the phone or internet went down?
It doesn't take a big stretch to imagine it as these kinds of things happen all the time.
However, very few of the people we have worked with have any real local communications backup plans.
For $112 you can get a device, probably not very inexpensive, that will allow you to connect with your local community, hear severe weather alerts, get updates on what emergency responders are doing, and even call for help if needed, which is almost insane.
Enter the retevis RT3S: the entry-level radio that everyone can afford and that every disaster preparedness family should have.
In the event of an emergency (injury, life or death) you are allowed to transmit on any band you can to search for assistance. You have to know what channels to call on to find help, see this tutorial:Retevis RT3S: Basic Setup & Emergency Frequencies.
It is compatible with the popular MOTO TRBO series Tier I and II using standard encryption, as well as other makes and models of DMR supported radios.
Up to 3000 channels ，for extremely complex organizational communications.
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GPS gives you a clear idea of your location even in the wild. Use it to find your way or to help others find you.