Baofeng Walkie Talkie 4 Pack

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Baofeng Walkie Talkie 4 Pack

This radio is helpful for the following circumstances: security guard, supermarket connection, construction area indication. It is also helpful for field survival, biking and hiking. It is very easy to use these. All you need is turn these two to the same channel (16channnel to be chosen), push a button, and you can hear from your mate. Features: Model: BF-888S Antenna Impedance: 50ohm Rated Voltage: 3.7V DC Output Battery type: Li-ion battery Battery capacity: 1500mAh Color: Black Dimension(Lx Wx H): 60x 33x 115mm(Not Antenna) Weight: 180g Dual band or Single band: Single band Dual frequency or Single frequency: Single frequency Frequency Range: UHF 400-470MHz Memory Channel: 16 CTCSS/DCS function: Yes Built-in Led torch: Yes Low battery alarm: Yes Power saving function: Yes Chinese and English voice prompt: Yes PC software programmable: Yes Package Includes: 4 X Portable radio 4 X Antenna 4 X Li-ion battery pack 4 X US Charger 4 X Belt clip 4 X The sling 4 X User’s manual 4 x Headphone

Product Features

  • Model: Baofeng BF-888s, Each radio has an earpiece and a rechargeable Li-ion battery. Built-in Led torch makes things easier when in dark environment.
  • Energy-efficient features to extend battery life; Low battery alarm advises you when to recharge or replace the batteries.
  • Great for the security guard, supermarket connection, construction area indication, field survival, biking, and hiking.
  • Easy to use it, All you need is turn these two to the same channel (16channnel to be chosen), push a button, and you can hear from your mate.
  • 50 CTCSS/ 105 CDCSS, Scanning & Monitor Functions, English Voice Prompt, Built-in Led Torch Bright Flashlight Meets Your Need even at Dark Night.

Comments

Amazon Customer says:

Great product

M. Rowe says:

Absolutely 5 stars! My wife and I moved from Washington St. to Ohio. My father-in-law was flying from Ohio to Washington to drive the moving truck, so there would be three vehicles being driven. My first thought was for us, while driving, to use cell phones. Then I thought about using walkie talkies to communicate. The problem was, would they work in moving vehicles? Initially we started using the cell phones because it just seemed easier, but the sound quality was horrible. There were times when my wife was 50…

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