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Binatone Terrain 750 PMR Twin Pack

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About this product


  • Twin pack of 750 two-way PMR 446 radios
  • Keep in touch at home or in the outdoors
  • Keep in contact up to 8km away

Product overview

• Twin pack of 750 two-way PMR 446 radios
• Keep in touch at home or in the outdoors
• Keep in contact up to 8km away
• 968 privacy combinations with the 8 PMR channels and 121 privacy codes per channel
• Battery powered radios - includes 2 rechargeable battery packs
• No licence required

What could I use these radios for?
The Binatone Terrain 750 PMR radios are great for home use, holidays, camping trips or even for security. These PMR446 radios use the 446MHz frequencies for a clear signal without having to buy a licence. With a range of up to 8km, these radios are an ideal way to keep in touch without the need for a call plan or expensive handset. They also come with a backlit display and belt clip to keep the units secure.

What range can I get with these radios?
Get a range of up to 8km under ideal open conditions with no obstacles between the units. With medium ground based obstructions you can still signals get up to 4km away. Binatone estimate you can receive signals up to 2km away even in heavily built up areas, making this a great radio for a number of different applications.

How many channels are there?
Never be short of a clear frequency with 968 privacy combinations to choose from. The Binatone Terrain 750 has 8 channels - each channel has 38 CTCSS options and 83 DCS options. With VOX for hands-free operation and headset compatibility for move covert uses, this is a great all round PMR radio. A keypad lock stops you from accidentally changing channels and an optional roger bleep lets you know when people have finished talking. The Terrain 750 has 10 call tones to alert people with and a stop watch function to time your rounds.

How does my radio charge?
Charge your radios using the mains charging dock or use an adapter (not included) directly with the units. With up to 1 hour 30 minutes of talk time or up to 50 hours of standby mode you’ll get plenty of use out of these two-way radios. A battery indicator on the unit’s display screen and a low battery warning let you know when to charge up your handsets.

This two-way radio is compatible with most PMR446 set to the same channel and privacy combinations.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very pleased Bought these so my poorly mum who is in her bedroom can call me when needed to save me running up and down the stairs to check on her. It is great. Mum finds it easy to use, although with her frail voice, she needs to try and speak louder. The call bell is great. If she hasn't got the breath to speak to me, she just presses the call bell. My hand set rings ( the tone you can set to your preference) then I go straight up to my mum. Gives me peace of mind. Caused a laugh when a female voice spoke and then realised it wasn't my mum, it was the taxi - soon sorted, I just chabged the channel. Also good value for money and well constructed.
Date published: 2014-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent I used the previous 550 model on a daily basis as part of my job as an Electrical Inspector. One guy would sit at the fuse boards switching off circuits while the other guy went all over the building taking readings on sockets, lighting etc. Some buildings are 20 floors above and the 550 would struggle sometimes but the 750 model works fine. Yes you would get taxi companies or police sometimes coming across sae channel but they have several channels so 2 seconds changes the channel to a clear one. Headphone and mic would be handy whilst working in a quiet office environment too but turning the volume down a bit is ok for us. I had the 550 model for years and have dropped them many times of step-ladders etc when not using the clips. When dropped the battery plate and battery pack usually comes apart and goes flying but when reassembled they ALWAYS work. haha.
Date published: 2014-02-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from was a little unsure about these two way radios, but needed a pair for my "sporting activities". decided on the Terrain 750's and purchased them today. had them on charge for an hour whilst reading the manual which is easy to understand. set channel on both to 3, showed wife how to use it, left her indoors and went for a walk out through Lower Earley (massive housing estate). It got to a point where I could hear her ok, but I was coming over distorted (and I was getting a taxi firm bleed over me at this point). Fired up Google Earth and measured the direct point to point distance across a couple of roads and numerous roof tops....... 854.7yds = 0.48 miles next test will be with it set to one of the DCS channels. Maybe fully charged batteries may make a difference (says to charge from new for 10-14hrs) downsides..... belt clip seems flimsy and the rubber cap to cover the side charging port and mic/headphone socket just won't stay pushed on and keeps flapping about, so I've taped it closed as won't be using them. given it a 4 star for now
Date published: 2011-07-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent value Long Range radios I bought these for our drive from UK to Malta last year so I could keep in touch with my companion whilst around the streets of Strasbourg and Rome (our 2 main stopovers). The audio quality was beyond expectations as was the range. Even though it is stated as 8km line-of-sight, I thought we would get around 1km or less in a city - I was SO wrong. Strasbourg range was easily 2km and Rome (from Colosseum to our accommodation) was just starting to get a little noise in background, at 4.2km ! What a super buy :-)
Date published: 2015-08-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Really great 446 pmr radio and the best one that ive owned and ive owned many,,really great long range,,very clear audio and very long battery life,.Highly recommend these great radios.
Date published: 2011-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very useful easy and simple to use long battery life. Used frequently and sound quality was clear easy to understand,
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works Well I have had a pair of the 750s for a couple of years and they have been put to many good uses. Great for keeping in touch between vehicles while travelling providing you don't get too far apart, up to about a mile is ok. We mainly use them between the house and when I am down in the greenhouse of our very long garden and they work perfectly for that. The call button can be pressed accidentally as it is quite proud of the front, as is the on/off button. Not a big issue but could be annoying! The batteries appear to last for at least a day of occasional use so no issues there. You could carry 4 AAA as a spare if required. Overall, a solid little radio that will take a few knocks without any problem with lots of user defined facilities if required. Great price too!
Date published: 2016-04-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Great audio quality, adequate range but two irritating features The range of this device is just what one would expect from a PMR device, around 1km over normal, open terrain. As usual, this is nothing like the claimed range (which might be obtainable from the top of Mount Snowden!). The audio quality is remarkably good. On the downside, it is very easy to switch the device off inadvertently and not know one is being called. The on/off switch is proud of the face and easily pressed when leaning across a table, workbench etc.. It is not deactivated by the lock facility. This on/off switch should be recessed. The other irritation is the rather long time taken to establish connection between devices, much longer than the 15yr old analogue PMR I'm replacing. It is easy for one's first couple of words not to be heard by the person one is contacting so, frustratingly, one must wait 2-3 secs before speaking.
Date published: 2015-11-15
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Power Specifications

Power Supply:


Batteries Required:

Rechargeable Battery Pack (included)



Standby Time:


Auto Power Off:



Package Contents:

2x Terrrain 750 PMR Radios
1x Charging Cable
2x Rechargeable Batteries
1x User Manual



Twin Pack PMR Radios

License Required:


License Form Included:



Water Resistant:


Impact Resistant:


IP Rating:


Operating Specifications



Privacy Codes:






Frequency Range:

446006.25 to 446093.75 kHz

Channel Step:


Maximum Operating Distance:





Warranty Type:


Product Specifications

Scan & Trap Function:


VOX Function:


Roger Bleep:


Pack Size:


Out Of Range Alert:


Headset/Microphone Socket:


Adjustable Squelch:


My son has lost one of the radios for the Binatone terrain 750. &nbsp;Can we buy a replacement? &nbsp;If not from Maplin, please can you give me the Binatone spare number/website. &nbsp;Many thanks. &nbsp;

Asked by: LeoP
Hi, i am sorry that Maplin could not give you they're direct contact number, so i have found this one for you. 0845 345 9677
Answered by: Finlo25
Date published: 2017-12-29

What charger {voltage output etc} would be required to charge one unit directly. Thanks. { I am awaiting delivery of a 750 from yourselves }.

Asked by: Del47
Unfortunately we don't have this information to hand, however I will order them into the office and update this answer once we have the result.
Answered by: Brad
Date published: 2017-11-26

I'm looking to set up Walkie talkies for a team of dinner ladies the range seems fine on these but just want to confirm that I can link at least 10 Walkie talkies to same frequency?&nbsp;

Asked by: Fiskie
Yes, i am pleased to advise this product will do exactly as you require.
Answered by: darren cordon
Date published: 2017-10-27

Hi, I want to buy from you, but I need only one device of &quot;Binatone Terrain 750&quot; Two Way Radio (without the charger). It is possible? If yes, what will be the price including shipment to Israel Thanks

Asked by: Itay
Unfortunately we do not sell the radios seperately, we also only ship to the UK and Ireland.
Answered by: Dale
Date published: 2017-08-09

Where can I get replacement batteirs from&nbsp;

Asked by: Douglas1
Despite Maplin not being able to source replacement battery packs it does seem that they are available from other parties - I found at least one supplier (I'd budget somewhere around &pound;20 for a pair of packs) on an on-line retailer {named after a very long-river but not naming names as that would probably not get past moderation... 8-)}
Answered by: SlySven
Date published: 2017-07-07

what frequencies do these transmit on??

Asked by: cam123
As PMR radios they operate on the personal mobile radio band of 446 MHz.
Answered by: Gareth
Date published: 2016-11-06

Could you recommend a headset compatible with this please? &nbsp;For my 9yo son.

Asked by: Hfletch
This service is for frequently asked questions and does not allow two way communication, In order for us to best assist you with your technical issue please contact us on the details below: 0333 400 9500 or email
Answered by: Billy
Date published: 2016-09-03

can you link them inorder to communicate with any other walkietalkies

Asked by: hamza
Yes, I am pleased to advise the item will support this use.
Answered by: Dominic
Date published: 2016-07-26
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