New Release – BTECH FRS-B1

BTECH FRS-B1 New Product Release

New Release – BTECH FRS-B1

Wednesday, February 9, 2022

We are excited to announce the launch of the much-anticipated BTECH FRS-B1 two-way radios.

The most versatile commercial FRS radios on the market

* Gang charger allows for both radio and solo battery charging
* Versatile Kenwood K1 accessory jack
* NOAA weather radio and built-in flashlight
* IP54 weather resistant
* USB-C charging

The FRS-B1 are pre-programmed with all 22 FRS channels and support 260 DCS and CTCSS privacy tones (for a total of 5720 channel combinations), making it compatible with all other brands of FRS walkie talkies. 

Rain or shine you can rely on the BTECH FRS-B1 walkie talkies. They are weather resistant radios and can be used in any weather situations. The FRS-B1 also includes a built-in NOAA receiver so you are able to toggle to hear NOAA forecasts and alerts when needed. Communicating in the dark? The built-in flashlight can be helpful in low light situations.

With multiple carrying options, you can clip your walkie talkie onto your belt with the provided holster or attach to your wrist using the included wrist strap for extra convenience. There are also multiple charging options — using any USB-C cable or the provided docking station.

Each purchase includes 2 FRS-B1 transceivers, 2 li-ion battery packs, 2 ear pieces, 2 holsters, 2 wrist straps, a two way charger with a USB-C port, USB to AC adaptor, and a USB to USB-C cable.

Find the BTECH FRS-B1 Walkie Talkies available for purchase from our store direct and on Amazon.

Need help with your new BTECH FRS-B1 Walkie Talkies? BTECH is proudly located in the USA, provides local support for any issue that may arise, and offers real USA warranties on all products. If you ever have an issue, our team will be prompt, knowledgeable, and supportive to ensure your radio operates exactly as it should.

Learn more and Purchase at BTECH or Amazon at the links below:



BTECH is headquartered in Arlington, SD with distributors and partners around the globe. For more information see


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Comments (8)

  • Mark Anderson Reply

    Is an FCC License required on this Device?

    February 9, 2022 at 2:40 pm
    • BTECH Radios Reply

      No, FRS is license free

      Hope that helps!

      February 9, 2022 at 2:42 pm
    • Jason R Reply

      The device is licensed by type, not by person/business.

      February 9, 2022 at 11:38 pm
  • Jay Reply

    Whats range on them?

    February 9, 2022 at 8:41 pm
    • BTECH Radios Reply

      Some radio brands would advertise up to 36 miles in an unrealistic hill to valley scenario.

      Realistically – 1-5miles in open flat unobstructed terrain; 1/2 – 1 mile in the city or obstructed terrain.

      February 9, 2022 at 8:45 pm
  • Bob bennett Reply

    How much power can. frs have? How much do these have?

    February 9, 2022 at 10:55 pm
    • BTECH Radios Reply

      FRS is permitted up to 2W, these transmit to the full power

      A majority of consumer FRS radios are 500mw

      February 10, 2022 at 7:48 am
  • JK Reply

    They are license-free or more specifically, “License by Rule”. Just follow a few simple rules and you we fine such as don’t be a representative of a foreign government or use on an aircraft These look simple and fi the point with a freq extras like charger. USB-C, NWS RX.

    February 10, 2022 at 4:35 pm

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