Thomas with the Robot Walkie talkie RT36
Thomas is an 11 year old boy from the UK, he has autism and is struggling with his independence a little bit. He likes to ride his bike around the street, but sometimes get’s distracted or goes off a little far.
His Dad does stand outside and keeps an eye on him, but when he goes around the block, those five minutes out of sight can be a little nerve racking, knowing he may get distracted or head off somewhere without letting Dad know.
2,What’s in it?
Last week, Thomas received a gift from Retevis, he was so excited and could not wait to find what was inside! Thomas gets his first set of “Robot” walkie talkies, the Retevis RT36.
3.Thomas With the Retevis RT36
Thomas is very happy to get the Robot walkie talkie RT36, He enjoyed talking to his Dad and sharing the radio’s with his Brothers Oscar and Leo.. They had great fun using the radio’s in the park.
4,About the Walkie talkie RT36
The Retevis RT-36 Walkie talkie comes in a set of 2, has rechargeable batteries, belt clip and a really neat double charger (you can charge both radios together from one plug).
Assemble is easy, insert batteries, push the belt clip in place and you are ready to go. Batteries are hidden behind the belt clip and no concerns that children will get access easily.
Charging is simple, move the robot arm up, insert cable and plug in, few hours is all that is needed for several hours of operation.
As a Parent, I had a small concern that the red rubber feet of the robot, could easily be pulled off and therefore swallowed or potential choke hazard.
The radios have some neat features, you can customise the colour of the screen (7 to choose from)
There is a paging signal, press the power button for a second, you can choose 10 different sounds
You can activate VOX, which means when radio hears your voice it will transmit, useful for smaller children who can’t quite press the button
On one of the Robot feet is a small but very bright LED light, which the children found useful when it got darker and at night (kept by the bed)
Thomas really enjoyed playing with the robot walkie talkie, he has autism, but found the radio simple to use and the bright colours and simple design gave him easy access to using them.
5,Happy will never end.
Leo and Oscar, both really enjoyed using the radio, they made up several games including using the robot as a Pokemon device (sorry Dad has no idea),i hope the happiness will around the Thomas and his brother Leo and Oscar.
── written By James