Do I have to carry my radio round with me all the time? Carrying a radio can in some circumstances be an inconvenience, especially if you need to carry other equipment and items.
While most event organisers need to stay in contact with team members by way of a two way radio, they also need to use their hands! Their hands need to be free to greet guests with hand-shakes and give instruction or directions to guests or staff. It would be good to free your hands but you need your radio to communicate with your team. Luckily, there are solution’s to this problem.
You could utilise a radio belt clip to clip the radio to your belt. This remove the needs to hold the radio whilst not in use but unless an earpiece is utilised you will likely need to remove it to talk back. We recommend that holsters and straps are worn on such occasions to carry the radio so that it is not at risk of being dropped and easier to reach when you need it. Holsters and straps are available in light weight canvas or heavy duty leather for more demanding environments.
Furthermore, the radio should be fitted with a covert ear piece with curly acoustic tube attachment worn over the ear. The two wire version enables the user to wear a second wire down a jacket or shirt sleeve with the push to talk button clipped to cuff for discreet transmissions. D-shape and G-hook varieties are also available in one, two and three wire forms and are worn over the ear. These allow the radio to be operated remotely by a PTT (push-to-talk) button built in to the earpiece or cable without carrying a radio in your hand. Earpieces are usually the preferred option for multiple users for fast and convenient communications.
Contact us to discuss what solutions are available for you.