I bought the kenwood tk 3310 from radio warehouse for a reasonable asking price and so far so good as it's built tough to military standards in Malaysia and the lithium ion rechargeable battery cells are manufactured in Japan / I didn't like the fact that kenwood advertised it being manufactured in Singapore nonetheless it's a really good uhf radio that has the ultra high frequency citizens band channels already programmed in this delightful radio / the design of it just screams it can be dropped and keep going through I wouldn't recommend drop...ping the kenwood tk 3310 on purpose or any radio actually / I would recommend this radio to anyone who needs or wants a quality uhf radio though bear in mind it's not intrinsically safe and should not be taken next to hazardous locations such as areas that have gas next to them
TK3310X 80 Channel CB FreeTalk
The Kenwood TK3310X is a fantastic high spec two way radio, 2000mAh Li-ion battery, CTCSS, 80 Channels. Apparently it can now be also be programmed to conventional mode 120 Channels. We bought ours from miningtelecoms.com - excellent service and price and comes with a 2 Year Australian Warranty. This is definitely the best commercial radio on the market at the moment!!
Cheap and high spec! Water and Dust Proof. 16 hour standby battery, 1-5W
Questions & Answers
I hardly transmited on my kenwood tk 3310 just left it on standby today and the battery life is showing half full so what would be the cause of that and what can be done about it?
Never mind too much i might either call kenwood communications section or the shop I bought the radio i bought it from as I can't have a radios battery get drained so quickly @ not with the amount of time i use it so I would possibly have to buy a backup battery or send it away to possibly be replaced under warranty
Where do I possibly buy a spare battery pack for the kenwood tk 3310?
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