2x Baofeng Walkie Talkie Long Range 2 way Radio including charger battery and earpiece £16.99 delivered @ ebay teckdeals
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2x Baofeng Walkie Talkie Long Range 2 way Radio including charger battery and earpiece £16.99 delivered @ ebay teckdeals

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Found 1st Feb
This piece of two-way radio can connect each other in remote area or wild field, where phone signal is poor, it is very easy to use them.
All you need is turn these two to the same channel(16 channel to be chosen), push a button, and you can hear from your mate

This Walkie Talkie is helpful for these circumstances:
security guard, supermarket connection, construction area indication, most helpful for field survival, biking and hiking.

Crystal clear voice transmission, great battery life;
Easy to use all ages Emergency Alarm and Built-in Led torch make things easier when in dark environment

Specification :
  • Output power : <5W
  • Battery type : Li-ion battery,1500mAh
  • Dual frequency or Single frequency : Single frequency
  • Frequency Range : UHF:400-470MHz
  • Memory Channel : 16
  • Dimension(LXWXH) : 60X33X115mm(Not Antenna)
Package content :
  • 2 X Portable radio
  • 2 X Free Earpiece
  • 2 X Antenna
  • 2 X Li-ion battery pack
  • 2 X Charger EU PLUG
  • 2 X Belt clip
  • 2 X The sling
  • 2 X User’s manual
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Also need a license to use these.
888s need reprogramming to uk legal frequencies, not lecturing, just bear in mind they don't come on legal pmr frequencies.
northwales1 h, 15 m ago

Also need a license to use these.


What license?
Edited by: "S23" 1st Feb
They way exceed the legal power limits for PMR446 and the antenna looks like it is outside the specifications allowed.
Toxic_Waste6 h, 2 m ago

They way exceed the legal power limits for PMR446 and the antenna looks …They way exceed the legal power limits for PMR446 and the antenna looks like it is outside the specifications allowed.


They're 1w, i think you can turn them down to 0.5w with the reprogramming cable, and software.
You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned down... Period.
Toxic_Waste36 m ago

You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned …You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned down... Period.


Yes you can, with a license.
Toxic_Waste13 h, 35 m ago

You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned …You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned down... Period.


Why not?
Toxic_Waste15 h, 31 m ago

You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned …You can't use these can't use these radios for PMR446, not even turned down... Period.


I was speaking to a couple of Han users a few days ago and they told me they all happily use there baofeng on 446. You would think they would be the most to be against this but eve they even stated you have more chance of getting hit by lightening than ofcom even raising an eyebrow.

Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 2nd Feb
I noticed those when trying to compare with the amazon deal posted just before and noticed there's another pair on eBay of 888s's for £1 more. It's more expensive, but the batteries are 2,800mAh instead of 1,500mAh for these.

It also lists the power as 5w instead of 3w; does that mean they'd have a longer range? I don't know the impact of possible legality of them or license requirements, just wondering about specs.

On the subject, could someone more knowledgeable point me to what's allowed and what isn't? Are these disallowed because they operate outside of 446MHz? or is it for another reason? Thanks in advance for the responses.
SOUTHWALES2nd Feb

I was speaking to a couple of Han users a few days ago and they told me …I was speaking to a couple of Han users a few days ago and they told me they all happily use there baofeng on 446. You would think they would be the most to be against this but eve they even stated you have more chance of getting hit by LIGHTENING than ofcom even raising an eyebrow. [Video]


How does that weight reduction work exactly?
yanick11 h, 53 m ago

I don't know the impact of possible legality of them or license …I don't know the impact of possible legality of them or license requirements, just wondering about specs.On the subject, could someone more knowledgeable point me to what's allowed and what isn't? Are these disallowed because they operate outside of 446MHz? or is it for another reason? Thanks in advance for the responses.


Hi

this may help
Link to discussion

The long and short is PMR446 is limited to 0.5w. These are too powerful to be used in PMR446 channels. Yes they will work but wil never be legal.

In addition as you get them from the factory the channels set could cause problem to other users, most notably to the firefighters as one off the preset channels is the frequency that may be used to talk to firefighters whe are putting fires out potentially inside buildings. You won’t be able to hear them but you could disrupt their broadcasts.

Risk of being caught may be low, just like say speeding or using your phone when driving, but that does not mean you should do it.

Iif you need walkie takies a 5 year licence costs £75 for that 5 year period. It’s just a case of filling in a form and sending it off so they’re very few reasons to not bother getting a licence and using the legal frequencies
gavin16th Feb

Hi this may help


Thanks Gavin, that was exactly what I was wondering about! -- and sorry for taking so long to thank you :-(
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