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8.5/10

Retevis H-777 Two Way Radio Review

Retevis is a Shenzen-based company that is known for its communication products. One of the great things about these Chinese walkie talkies is that when bought in bulk, they are dirt cheap. However, the biggest flaw with them being cheap is that there is a failure rate
8.9/10

Olympia R100 Review

The Olympia R-100 claim to be a rugged walkie talkie which can handle up to 42 miles of range, depending on the model that you order. Recently, there has been an influx of ruggedized and waterproof products in the market. One of the great things about a
8.9/10

WouXun KG-UV9D Review

There are a very few radios that I find around that are durable and can hold their own. The Wouxun KG-UV9D is one of them. Holding these in your hand will give you a feel that you are holding something solid in your hand. Something that is
9.2/10

Baofeng UV-5R Dual Band Radio Review

There is a certain thing about Baofeng products that always gets us excited here. The Baofeng UV-5R is a good, reliable, and inexpensive dual band walkie-talkie that is commercial grade. These radios are work-horses that should exceed the needs of almost all small to medium local radio
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Floureon 22 Channel FRS/GMRS 2 Way Radio Review

Floureon, a Chinese company owned by ShenZhen Global Egrow E-Commerce, has been grown in popularity selling its line of CCTV cameras and security products. They started out with only four locations in north America. They also sell battery packs and IP cameras. In addition to that, they
9.3/10

ICOM 2300H 144MHz Amateur Radio Review

  Icom is a Japanese manufacturer that makes two-way radios and receivers for use in marine applications, Airband, amateur radio applications, land mobile applications, and FRS / GMRS applications. We seldom get a chance to see them out in the wild, as their product portfolio, especially in
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BaoFeng BF-888S Review

  Introduction The BF-888S is a full featured two-way radio and hand-held transceiver with a range claim of up to 6km.The unit comes with a charger, antenna, and some documentation that you might need. The walkie talkie makes claims that you can use this unit to have
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Midland GXT1000VP4 Review

Introduction Where and why do we use radios and walkie talkies?  Walkie-talkies are widely used in any setting where portable radio communications are necessary, including business, public safety, military, outdoor recreation, and the like, and devices are available at numerous price points from inexpensive analog units sold
8.8/10

Motorola MR350R Review

Over the years, one of the biggest strengths of purchasing Motorola walkie talkies have become the durability and reliability of these devices. One of the biggest strength of the MR350R is how small and lightweight this feels when in use. It may not be moto’s best offering