Daily Deals: BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Radio (2pcs) – $19.99 & FREE Shipping

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BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Radio Deal
BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Radio Deal

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Buy Now Gun DealsAmazon has a sale on a pair of BaoFeng BF-888S Walkie Talkies, 2pcs in One Box with Rechargeable Battery Headphone Wall Charger for $19.99 each with FREE shipping. These are Long Range 16 Channels Two Way Radios. Being Amazon you need to get on these fast as they will jack the price once the page gets a lot of views/purchases.

  • 2 Watt Programmable Handheld Amateur Radio
  • Frequency Range: UHF: 400-520 MHz(Rx/Tx).The BF-888S includes a built-in high illumination flashlight and an emergency alarm
  • Customize Programming by Using the PC03 FTDI Programming Cable
  • Broadband (Wide) 25khz / Narrowband (Narrow) 12.5khz Selectable
  • Frequency Mode 400-470 MHz
  • 16 Memory Channels, 50 CTCSS /105 CDCSS
  • Battery Saving Features, Low Voltage Alert
  • VOX, Scanning, & Monitor Functions, English Voice Prompt
  • Emergency Alarm High Illumination Flashlight
  • Transmitter Time-Out Timer (TOT)
  • Frequency Mode: 400-470 MHz Speaker: 700 mw Maximum Power Output: 3-5 Watt

BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Radio (2pcs) – $19.99 & FREE Shipping

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  • 10 thoughts on “Daily Deals: BaoFeng BF-888S Two Way Radio (2pcs) – $19.99 & FREE Shipping

    1. If it does not interest you, then why not stay away from it.
      Some people do like it so let it be.
      Everything is just fcc with you guys . And who says people want to transmit on your Stupid Amateur Bands. You want to complain about the last thing of radio, especially the CB bands also,,,, but if the skip is running then amateur operators is there first to talk and Shout to the rest of the world.

    2. These are illegal to use unless you have a technician license from the FCC. The license is easy to test for BUT unless you are willing to learn a little about ham radio these will be difficult to use.
      If you’re interested in two way radios just buy good quality FRS radios instead from a reputable dealer.

    3. These are very low quality radios. Almost everyone is better off buying a pair of FRS radios. These won’t reach much farther (a quarter mile to maybe a half mile if you’re lucky) and require a separate programming cable and software to set up. Without a radio license there is no legal way to use these- if you want to fly under the radar you could program them on FRS channels but otherwise you’re literally broadcasting the fact that you’re breaking federal law. Granted, it’ll only interfere with stations within a few miles but some of these arrive from China with American ambulance frequencies in them.

      People who know radios either spend more on a brand name or accept the low performance of these and program them to match their radio license. I guess if you buy the cable and program these for FRS the kids can use them until the flimsy plastic breaks. If gun people want “reliable” communication, this ain’t it. Hi points perform better.

    4. Easy to reprogram for FRS frequency range using chirp. I have pair that work really well with an approximate 1 mile in city (very poor line of sight) range, better range if you add a taller whip antenna. Over all nice radios for price.

    5. You must have an FCC Amateur Radio license to operate these. Otherwise you are subject to a $10,000 fine.

      1. @ABing, I’m not using mine until the SHTF. On that day, my net will be using them to hunt down the enemies of the Constitution. If the FCC wants to volunteer to be live targets, then good for them. Until the SHTF, its all a moot point.

    6. The ad lists the transmit and receive frequency range from 400 Mhz to 520 Mhz. The amateur radio 70cm band is from 420 Mhz to 450 Mhz. You must have a valid FCC amateur radio license to operate on those frequencies. Operating these radios without an amateur radio license is illegal. You face hefty fines from the FCC if you use these radios on the ham bands without a license.

      1. These are the very same thing as the Retivis two-ways that you can get on Ebay for the same price. They WILL get out to over 2 miles with the longer whip antenna.

        As for FCC rulings, regs, prosecutions? I HIGHLY DOUBT that the FCC is going to dispatch the tens of thousands of agents necessary to track down and ticket the unlicensed users of these.

        Hell, the larger majority of FCC Tech license (10 year) holders prob a my still don’t know all the functions, rules, regs of operating some of the simplest radios, and overstep THEIR regulated authority as they attempt to get ready for their General license, so get off the backs of the unlicensed crowd!

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