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All products illustrated on this web site can be hired from ourselves, for surprisingly little money.

Radio hire covers everything from a pair of walkie talkies for a weekend garden party to a full trunked radio system.

As well of large stocks of radios, we also carry large supplies of special accessories, i.e. we can supply 100 off noise cancelling headphones, or 200 covert mics etc etc.

We will hire equipment for an hour to several years.

Typical events where we have provided a large trunked radio system are :-

Your requirements may not be so vast, but we will give them the same care and attention.

For short term periods ( upto 1 year ) we will licence the equipment under our Short Term Hire licence.

If you wish to rent equipment from ourselves for periods exceeding this, we will be pleased to assist you, and would normally get you to apply for a normal PMR licence from the Radio Communications Agency.

But if you are a Broadcast Organisation, Theatre or dealing with a special event we may obtain special licences from JFMG. which enable us to grant facilities such as constant carrier full duplex operation that are not covered by the normal Short Term Hire Licence.

We have an extensive hire fleet based on the latest Motorola Professional series of radios and accessories. Whatever your hire requirement,  whether two or three handsets for a small weekend event, or a hundred  plus units for a long term construction project. We have a package to meet your exact needs



 Hire packages are based on the following Motorola equipment:

  • GP300 & GP 340 Handset
  • GM350 Mobiles
  • Local Base Stations
  • Talkthrough Base complete with Duplexer and Aerial

All radio packages include 2 batteries, a rapid 1 hour charger, cases, clips and appropriate Licence, together with a choice of a full range of accessories i including Headsets, Speaker  Microphones, Ear pieces, and Cases.

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Last modified: February 09, 2006