The 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie is a Nerf-branded Sakar International product that was released under both the Rebelle and N-Strike series in 2015.


The 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie is one of several walkie talkie communications devices sold under the Nerf brand including the Walkie Talkie Set and the Walkie Talkie Watch. This particular model is sold in near identical form under both the N-Strike Elite and Rebelle brands, with the only difference being color schemes on the product itself. These are capable of receiving up to twenty two FRS channels.[2] As the name may suggest, the product claims to have a range of ten miles.

The 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie was released alongside a similar model titled the Night Talkies which differs in design and function. A large clip is located on the back of the 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie to be able to attach to an article of clothing or other location when not in use. A morse code feature is also built into the product.


There have been some concerns raised about the product quality of the 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie, though mostly on the Rebelle variant for unknown reasons. There have been several reports of the walkie talkies coming broken out of the packaging and not being able to pick up anything other than static noise.[3] While this issue likely affects both versions of the product, it has yet to be found on N-Strike branded products.

The legitimacy of the ten mile range claims have also come into question from some product owners.[4]

Color schemes

The 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie has been released in the following color schemes:




  1. Toys R Us: NERF Rebelle 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkies.
  2. James Zahn (2015-07-20). Summer Fun: Nerf Rebelle FRS Walkie Talkies (Review).
  3. Amazon: Nerf Rebelle 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie (37755).
  4. TWK Admin (2015-06-25). Nerf Rebelle 10 Mile FRS Walkie Talkie Review.

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