G9 PRO winner of the 2021 Red Dot Award in the product design category

2 April 2021
G9 PRO winner of the 2021 Red Dot Award in the product design category

We are pleased to announce that for the second year in a row, one of our best products has been awarded in the Product Design category of the Red Dot Award, one of the most prestigious design awards worldwide.

The G9 Pro Red Dot Award victory in the Product Design category confirms the daily dedication of our R&D division to improve performance and quality of the Midland products to carry on our corporate mission: “Create a world where communication is easy, funny and affordable for everyone”.

Using the words of Vice President Gabriele Torreggiani:

"Winning the Red Dot Award makes me happy and very proud, because the G9 PRO is our iconic radio, as well as the best-known and best-selling ever. It evolved over the years following the needs of our customers.

The G9 PRO has conceived, designed, and created Italy, with the Midland DNA which makes the world communicate for over 60 years”.

What's the Red Dot Award

Born in 1955, The Red Dot Award is one of the most important design awards with over 10,000 members from 60 countries around the world.The judgment is entrusted to a pool of experts who analyse over 6,500 products throughout the year from multiple companies and sectors. The jury tests focus on the overall evaluation of the product, focusing on the complementarity between design and quality.

G9 Pro: the hi-performance Walkie Talkie

The G9 Pro is the Midland radio par excellence, it's used in any outdoor context to make communication easier and funnier.

Discover the main features of the G9 Pro: 

  • 101 channels

  • 8 new PMR 446 band frequencies

  • Extended frequency band: 446.00625 to 446.19375 MHz

  • LCD display renewed and expanded by 30% compared to the previous version

  • Double PTT button to adjust high and low power

  • IPX4 waterproof certification

  • Talk back function to interact live, no need to wait for the end of the broadcast