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Motorola T5512/5522

Motorola T5512/5522


Build Standard
5 Years ALT**

8 / 38

179 gms

160 x 60 x 30 mm


1. VOX (with accessory)
2. Backlit display
3. Roger Bleep
4. 10 call tones

Review to follow shortly

Added:  Saturday, April 19, 2003
Reviewer:  446user
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Language: eng


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Posted by SAlbrow on Aug 18, 2003 - 10:46 PM
My score:

The 5522's compare very well really is the short answer. The main differences between them are the volume control \ power knob and the lack of vibrate. The T6222 is also more compact than the 5522's.

Some users will prefer the 5522's because they are more orthodox in design with the PTT button o­n the left and the knob to control volume. Whilst I can see this and do like the side PTT I do prefer the T6222's mainly because the volume doesn't get knocked accidently and the center PTT button is easier to use in an aquapac. When i'm not using an aquapac I use a earpiece so the weight is a factor.

The other thing, really its how I use it; the NiCd battery pack is a bit of a let down compared to the NiMh cells I use with the T6222's (they last a couple of days at least where as the NiCd's can go down in six hours. The annoying low battery warning when there is 1 bar left is annoying and because of the knob they often get turned o­n by mistake in transit (although all of them do).



Posted by Brassknob on Jul 29, 2003 - 09:25 PM
My score:

How does this model T5522 compare with the T6222?

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