Vertex Standard VX-451 Review

The VX-451 is the most popular model in Vertex Standard’s VX-450 Series, which is widely considered one of the best handheld radio series on the market. It is a feature rich, high quality, waterproof two way radio, and, most importantly, one of the most affordable two way radios on the market. The VX-451 is loaded with emergency and safety features, meets mil specs for durability, and go in water for up to 3 feet and 30 minutes, making it incredibly durable. Not to mention that it has great speaker quality, multiple channel options, and the maximum 5 watts of power in a handheld radio.

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Dimension (H x W x D) – 4.29″ x 2.3″ x 1.34″

Weight – 10.44 oz.
The VX-451 is available in UHF or VHF frequencies.

The VX-451 is a 5-watt radio, which means it can cover around 2 to 5 miles depending on your surroundings. It has 32-channels of communication.

The VX-451 is also a repeater capable radio.

Each VX-451 radio comes with a belt clip, 9.5-hour lithium ion battery pack, single unit charger, and an industry leading 3-year warranty! You can upgrade to a 15.5-hour lithium ion battery pack for $22.

You can purchase VX-451 radios at

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