Ok, so here's my full "review" of these and other 2-way FRS/GMRS radios.
I have the Bellsouth 5 mile handheld radios from a few months ago. They work very well, although a couple of them have questionable build quality: the volume knob and backlight on one don't appear to work properly, and the clip holding secure the battery door on another broke off (although the cells are in there so tightly that there's no chance of them falling out). Otherwise, they have great audio quality and battery life (although I recharge them frequently).
I have the Cobra handheld units from a month or so ago, and I'm assuming they're similar to the Bellsouth ones, although I haven't had the need to use them yet.
I purchased the Xact wristwatch radios from a couple of months ago. I like them (I've only used one of them), although my main complaint is that the speaker is not quite clear enough; you really have to listen closely to make out the other person. Otherwise, the battery life is fine. I bought several of the units because they cost less than buying new battery packs, and I wouldn't have to worry about damaging the one unit that I would be using since I could just replace it.
Here is the info specific to today's WOOT:
First of all, these are US Electronics BellSouth Communicators. The exact model on the manufacturer's Web page is here:
Another similar radio from the same manufacturer is here:
I point this out because I want you to look closely at the displays: the one difference is that the screen on the latter has a section to display a 2-digit number, and this display is identical to that of the similar Xact radios. This is significant because the radios in today's WOOT do not have the 38 CTCSS "privacy codes." These radios do not have the "subchannels" or squelch tones. This may or may not be important to you, but keep it in mind if you're thinking of making a purchase.
I still think these are a good deal because besides each wristwatch, you get a rechargeable battery, headset, and AC adaptor, each of which cost about $10 (MSRP). This means that, for my purposes, I could spend a little over $10 and get headsets, extra batteries, and extra chargers for my existing Xact wristwatch radios. I was just wishing I had a headset for my wristwatch unit, and was going to have to pay $10-15 anyways for one. This looks like a great deal, even if I buy the WOOTs for everything in the package BUT the actual wristwatches themselves. Also, if the headsets work with any of my other radios then that's just an added bonus.