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  • posted by diazsaez on 04/15/2013

    Pros: A very light radius, with a range of 3-4 km. It has a battery life 1-2 days intermediate passive mode. It can be charged from any USB adapter (computer, car adapter) Can be programmed. The screen has good lighting. Cons: No programar.La incorporates antenna cable is hard to find parts, the PTT button is a bit hard, in general is quite goo... Read more

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  • posted by tyburny on 02/16/2013

    Pros: A good choice for the beginners in amateur radio due to its simplicity and low cost. because of its low cost since this machine does not work anymore it is not necessary to repair despair simply buy a new one that is cheaper than repair.  The battery lasts a long time also bought a data cable to program the easiest frequencies and me... Read more

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  • posted by ozkurito on 10/28/2012

    Pros: What I like about this little rig..is the fact that I can drop it in my shirt pocket and go, or my vest pocket, 2.5 watts I'm talking all over the county, on low power I can sit in my living room and hit the main county repeater which from my house is about 10 miles away. Like I said..a pocketful of fun, cause thats what it is..you can ha... Read more

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  • posted by Blaja on 10/04/2012

    Pros: Band width - it is little widened so that it covers different band regulations. Small size, fits into palm of your hand. Menus prety easy to access. Enough power taking into account low voltage battery. The price...similar gadgets from known makers cost many times more. Cons: Plastic body could be little harder. Control buttons are little... Read more

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  • posted by Parasz on 09/30/2012

    Pros: For the size and price... this thing is perfect. it is no powerhouse at all,.... but it does pull UHF and VHF very well. Perfect for FRS and GMRS (with license) The flashlight is a bit weak, but useful. Can be easily programmed via PC. (i highly recommend CHIMP for LINUX) VERY small in size. Perfect to carry in a pocket. Cons: no programm... Read more

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  • posted by ozkurito on 06/29/2012

    Pros: Wanting something small and simple and cheap that I could toss into my briefcase when travelling, this little HT seems to serve this purpose well. I read completely through the skimpy manual three times before trying to program the radio. The manual seems to cover everything, it just doesn’t explain anything. Even so, it took less than 2... Read more

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  • posted by bit15 on 06/27/2012

    Pros: This is a dual 2m-70cm band radio. 2 watts of transmitting power. It allows to receive any two frequencies simultaneously, both frequencies are displayed. Transmission is possible on only one frequency at a time. Includes an FM radio and an LED flashlight. Comes with a push-to-talk and a lithium battery. Cons: Can't see any. OtherThoughts... Read more

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  • posted by bit15 on 06/15/2012

    Pros: It's a dual band 2w radio covering the 2m (136-174) band, and the 70cm (400-470) band. Is possible to monitor two different frequencies simultaneously while transmitting on one, the frequency on the upper side of the display is the one enabled to transmit. It has a very useful locking mechanism on the programming button. The radio is very... Read more

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