2 x Rechargeable Two Way Radios UHF 400-470MHz 16CH With Earpieces £20.98 delivered Sold by QJ trade and Fulfilled by Amazon - HotUKDeals
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2 x Rechargeable Two Way Radios UHF 400-470MHz 16CH With Earpieces £20.98 delivered Sold by QJ trade and Fulfilled by Amazon

£20.98 @ Amazon
£2 cheaper than the radios posted yesterday, these also have uk plugs fitted. Frequency Range: 400-470MHz; 16 channels; 50 CTCSS/105 CDCSS Each device comes with an earpiece; 1500mAh Li-ion batter… Read More
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1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
£2 cheaper than the radios posted yesterday, these also have uk plugs fitted.

Frequency Range: 400-470MHz; 16 channels; 50 CTCSS/105 CDCSS
Each device comes with an earpiece; 1500mAh Li-ion battery; Low Voltage Alert; Intelligent Charging
Power-saving features extending battery life; Low battery alarm advises you when to recharge or replace the batteries
This Walkie Talkie is helpful for these circumstances: security guard, supermarket connection, construction area indication, most helpful for field survival, biking and hiking.
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7 Likes #1
Walkie talkies, don't you just love 'em? "Good find, Over".
7 Likes #2
jonnypresley
Walkie talkies, don't you just love 'em? "Good find, Over".


Roger that
banned 1 Like #3
IV have these and you can't use them as far than discribed. only around the house.
I bought these for kids, didn't want to buy toy ones.
2 Likes #4
sofiasar
IV have these and you can't use them as far than discribed. only around the house.
I bought these for kids, didn't want to buy toy ones.
Easily get 2-3 miles out of mine, regularly use mine from welshpool to Guilsfield which is nearly 3 miles.

Edited By: POWYSWALES on Feb 23, 2017 18:52
#6
Can these be used without the ear pieces ?
1 Like #7
ianjury
Can these be used without the ear pieces ?
Yes.
1 Like #8
Anyone else have these and can comment on the range they have used them over?

Edited By: paulhollio on Feb 23, 2017 20:33
#9
I brought these a while ago never got them to work :(
#11
paulhollio
Anyone else have these and can comment on the range they have used them over?

They've been around a while, £10 a radio is about normal pricing to be honest...

First You DO need a licence for these in the UK, and no you cannot set the legally to use the licence free PMR frequencies (too much transmit power). That said the chance of being caught is low, however unless the factory or seller has changed the setting (unlikely) the 16 preset channels are on a mix of frequencies, Some that can be used with a licence, and some that are you can't get a licence for (police / medical and so on). Using them out of the box isn't a great idea and a programming cable will be £5 to £10 (Use the free CHIRP software)


You'll get a mile or so range out of them in most conditions, dense urban environments will give you a lower range, open field will increase the range.

The good think about them is they are pretty good for the money and as they are cheap, if they get damaged its not the end of the world....
1 Like #12

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ROS Pioneer Park, Song Ke Yuan
523808 Dongguan
China
#13
just bought a set of these, from Chinese eBay seller for £4.19
1 Like #14
northwales
just bought a set of these, from Chinese eBay seller for £4.19
I was looking at them yesterday, I'm not confident they will arrive, the sellers that have them for under £5 all have less than 50 feedback and a lot of the feedbacks are broken English so not sure are genuine. Also look at the low value of the previous sales, what could he have sold for $0.07

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Edited By: POWYSWALES on Feb 23, 2017 21:34: Edit
#15
I've always wanted this, when I was at school playing manhunt.
#16
POWYSWALES
northwales
just bought a set of these, from Chinese eBay seller for £4.19
I was looking at them yesterday, I'm not confident they will arrive, the sellers that have them for under £5 all have less than 50 feedback and a lot of the feedbacks are broken English so not sure are genuine. Also look at the low value of the previous sales, what could he have sold for $0.07

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I know. for £4.19 it's worth a shot. If they don't arrive, open dispute and get money back.
1 Like #17
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?
#18
CUFC01
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?


You need a radio license to operate them from Ofcom
2 Likes #19
We used to use the 450 mhz range on shopwatch radios. Totally pants in built up areas even with repeaters.
We are now on the snazzy new tetra type ones.
But theese radios are fun to listen in on folks, and generally cause havoc. Like the good old cb days.
Quite entertaining I thought as some people get really **** and irate for being on "their" channel. At least all the local druggies etc cant listen In now. :p
1 Like #20
CUFC01
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?
You are supposed to have a licence but just like cb radios in the 80s/90s I don't know anyone that had one, also highly unlikely you would ever get caught or prosecuted using them on the pre set frequencies.
1 Like #21
Your supposed to have a licence but so long as you don't go on like a hospital porters channel or shopwatch your ok. They are usually hidden away more to stop the basic 16channel type radios like this interfering. If you go to the ofcom website somewhere in there is a list of licences and what frequency they have. Don't go on them and your ok. unless you keep annoying a licenced channel I very much doubt you will get in trouble.
#22
POWYSWALES
CUFC01
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?
You are supposed to have a licence but just like cb radios in the 80s/90s I don't know anyone that had one, also highly unlikely you would ever get caught or prosecuted using them on the pre set frequencies.

Not quite the same situation is it, if you didn't have a licence on CB radio it was really only a case of Ofcom or the RA as it would of been then losing out on money, you were not causing interference to anyone other than other CB users.
#23
Problem is those that do have a licence specifically use that frequency to get away from the usual walkie talkie frequencies.... construction etc use them, people hijacking the channel can have an effect on comms in critical situations. I've been involved on a crane lift where someone hijacked a licensed frequency and caused danger to the driver, banks man and all those around.
2 Likes #24
They just look pants..!!!!
#25
16th channel scans the rest.

You need a cable to programme these, do not use them on their defaults, in some areas this will clash with emergency services etc.
#26
Tomofife
Problem is those that do have a licence specifically use that frequency to get away from the usual walkie talkie frequencies.... construction etc use them, people hijacking the channel can have an effect on comms in critical situations. I've been involved on a crane lift where someone hijacked a licensed frequency and caused danger to the driver, banks man and all those around.


You have to accept this is a risk regardless, you have a backup for failed comms right?
#27
Put all these comments together - and we got us a....Two way conversation.

I'll get my coat...
#28
CUFC01
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?
neighbour sex or even the wife beating up the husband which you always believed to be the boss at home.
Anyway, do we need the over to speak or can we talk at the same time nowdays? If not, can anyone address me to the rigth item?? Thanks
At worse, anything cheap but reliable that will cover 50m distance between 2 different properties in the same street on the same side?



Edited By: bobo53 on Feb 24, 2017 06:48: dd
1 Like #29
bobo53
CUFC01
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?
neighbour sex or even the wife beating up the husband which you always believed to be the boss at home.
Anyway, do we need the over to speak or can we talk at the same time nowdays? If not, can anyone address me to the rigth item?? Thanks
At worse, anything cheap but reliable that will cover 50m distance between 2 different properties in the same street on the same side?
No walkie talkie at this level will allow you to talk and listen at the same time, its either transmit of receive.

Phones and some high end radios do it by switching from transmit and receive in small slices of time, so they are doing one of the other, but do it fast enough that it fools us humans in to thinking we have a real time conversation.
1 Like #30
I had a cd radio in the 80's, fantastic piece of kit.
#31
bobo53
CUFC01
Why are these illegal, what exactly can you pick up with them?
neighbour sex or even the wife beating up the husband which you always believed to be the boss at home.
Anyway, do we need the over to speak or can we talk at the same time nowdays? If not, can anyone address me to the rigth item?? Thanks
At worse, anything cheap but reliable that will cover 50m distance between 2 different properties in the same street on the same side?

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