Walkie talkies were fast developed by the military for quick and private communication during combats or operations. Now they have vastly developed to be used in building security systems or just normal every day application for people who want convenient exchange of information and on secluded channels. Several telecommunication companies have developed a range of two-way radios released in the market. Here are some of the best Walkie talkie brands available:

Motorola

Being a leading telecommunication company that released the first handheld phones, they are also praised for the first Walkie talkie. Since their first model-which was a military product, Motorola has developed this product over years and now they can boast of Walkie talkie models with a frequency of 10-35 miles. Some of their best Motorola Walkie talkies include the TLKR T40, T41, T50 and the T50. They have features like LCD displays, 8 channels and with no call charges.

Midland

For the past half century, Midland has been a leading brand in quality Walkie Talkie brands approved by corporates and individuals as well. Their specialty is the GMRS line which has been used by hunters, mariners and hikers. Their newest production in Midland Walkie Talkies are the X-Talker editions that have features like 10 hour battery life, clear transmission, 26 mile range, hands free communication and advanced weather technology.

Cobra

The Cobra Walkie Talkie brands have been in production since 1948. Cobra is known to produce two-way radios with prices from low to high, so there is just about a Walkie talkie for everyone. Their latest addition in Cobra Walkie Talkies include the CXT 1000 Series with all conveniences we look for like long-range coverage (35miles), voice activation, silent alert vibration, power-save mode and LED lights that can launch an SOS call.

Uniden

Uniden is another telecommunication company with reputable Walkie Talkie brands. They have managed to remain competitive with their GMR6000 series. Uniden Walkie Talkies can cover up to 50mile talk range; are weatherproof; are submersible; and can also float on water. They come with additional accessories like gear clips which ensure easy access of the two-way radio while hiking or hunting.

Kenwood

Kenwood has had a history in producing high end audio devices and their two-radios live up to this in terms of clarity even in the harshest environment. Kenwood Walkie Talkies feel comfortable to the hand and are easy to use and come with advanced data and voice abilities. In the field, they can cover long ranges providing over 16 channels and perform efficiently despite the weather conditions.

Doro

Doro Walkie Talkies have been praised for their long distance coverage of up to 10km. They offer unrivaled sound quality in low network zones, come with over 300 channels and sub channels, and fit perfectly on the hand. Their latest model is the WT87 series that packs these features for hassle free communication.

Binatone

Binatone Walkie Talkies are not only affordably priced, but they can also offer seamless communication similar to that of top range two-way radios. They come with a scan feature that allow you to scan for other available frequencies and talk confirmation tones that alert the other person to speak.

Icon

Low priced and easily accessible, Icon Walkie Talkies cover up to 10km in talk range and are compact enough to fit in the hand. They have a reasonable battery life, large LCD display, a reminder switch and multi-channels to subscribe to.