Walkie Talkies for Kids 22 Channels 2 Way Radio Toy with Backlit LCD Flashlight 3-12 Year Old


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EAN 0722737749556 SKU: A043 Category:



Toys for 3-12 Year Old Boys, Walkie Talkies for Kids 22 Channels 2 Way Radio Toy with Backlit LCD Flashlight, 3 Miles Range for Outside Adventures, Camping, Hiking


  • Perfect Gift for Kids: Gift for 3-12 year old boys, teen girl gifts, walkie talkies for kids teen boy gifts birthday. Great for both indoor and outdoor activities such as going shopping, spring outing and summer camping.
  • Clear Sound and Key Lock Function: Kids walkie talkies have cool call alert function, crisp and smooth sound quality with adjustable volume level. Equipped with key lock function, it is not easy for children to modify the channels to enhance the fun of parent-child interaction.
  • Ergonomic Design: Small and light body allow kids easy to use and just 90g per walkie talkie is easy to carry, these will fit comfortably in children’s hands with ergonomic design. An uncomplicated push-to-talk button makes this toy easy to use for 3-12 years old girls.
  • Perfect Adventure Kids Toys: Situation can be real-time monitoring of children, anti wandered off, intelligent alarm system etc. Stay connecting with your friends and families especially in outdoor activities, the best outdoor toys for boys and girls.
  • Easy to Use: Modern compact design. Simple push to talk operation, double click to activate a beep single. Broadcast to one or multiple units, ability to use different channels.



Additional information

Dimensions 6.1 × 7.9 cm


Batteries included?




Date First Available

20 Jun. 2020

Tuner technology


Material Type(s)


Package Dimensions

‎15 x 7.9 x 6.1 cm; 430 Grams


‎8 AAA batteries required.



Talking range maximum

3 miles



Best Sellers Rank

263 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games) 2 in Kids' Walkie Talkies

Number of channels


Item model number


Number of batteries

8 AAA batteries required.



Radio Control Number of Bands


Item weight

0.43 Kilograms

Batteries Required?