Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Our New Silent Partner Radio Speaks For Itself!

We are pleased to introduce a 2-way radio specifically designed for personal safety.  We call it the Silent Partner.  It is small, lightweight, and easily worn by those who may find themselves in harms way at any time.  Not only does it perform all the functions of other high quality 2-way radios, it also has an added feature of incalculable value!

The Silent Partner is ideal for use in hospitals,  jails and schools, by construction and school traffic control personnel, public safety first responders, and others who need reliable and affordable communications when needed.  Available in either VHF or UHF with up to 5 watts of talk power and a full watt of audio, the lowest operational cost in the industry, AND.......

a special feature that makes this radio different from all others.  THIS radio can send an emergency voice message at the push of a button to alert others when assistance is needed.  You don't even have to pick up the radio.  A convenient emergency call button on the side (or top if your prefer) of the radio allows the user to silently call for help.  There is no indication that the message is being sent.  Even the red transmit light is disabled.  Better yet, the microphone can be left on for several seconds for a live hands free transmission of on scene activity.

Want to use it outside?  Not a problem, this radio is MIL-SPEC 810E and IP65 rated for dust and water protection.  And what if it ever needs repair?  You're not going to believe how fast and inexpensively this radio can be restored to like new condition!  What did we forget?  The price maybe?  How about $199 with Lithium battery rapid desk charger, antenna, heavy duty clip, custom programming, and a one year warranty?  Want to know more?  Give us a call at 800.489.2611 or drop us an email to ServingU@falcondirect.com.

Oh, BTW.  The Silent Partner is NOT digital.  Is that bad?  Depends on perspective.  Our friends out in California have spent over twenty MILLION dollars for a radio system to communicate on the Golden Gate Bridge between Oakland and San Francisco.  After YEARS of delay, it still doesn't work.  Click here for more information.  I probably don't have to tell you the name of the vendor.  Sometimes, analog is still the best!