From Motorola, to uniden, to Cobra, or just about any company that makes mobile communication devices, ranging from walkie talkies, to CB radio and other types of two way radios. This page is dedicated to indepth review of individual products, where we share what we love or hate about each of the product.
I’m used to getting emails from organizations, groups, business, families, and friends requesting that I recommend a suitable walkie talkie.
This Cobra CX112 review is the result of one of such requests.
It would become quickly clear from this Cobra MicroTalk CXT195 review that I’m not a fan of this walkie talkie. I got a pair a couple of years back when I helped my uncle move to a different county.
I grabbed the opportunity to do a Motorola MT350R review a while back when a buddy invited me to his dad’s farm down south. Maybe I should call it a ranch because the operation was more livestock than any farming.
There are tons of good things you could say about the Midland GXT1000VP4 walkie talkie manufactured by Midland. Being one of the leaders in the 2-way portable radio market, anything less than ‘awesome’ would not be good enough for a Midland product.
I got the Sony ICF-F10 following the recommendation of a friend after I informed him I needed a simple portable radio for my camping trip in the country. I needed something with FM and AM bands to listen to music and track stations around the world.
The Panasonic RF 2400 is the sort of AM/FM radio you’d want to have as a companion when you are alone in the basement working on a project. At least, that was why I purchased it.
When I heard that a Motorola-made walkie talkie that looked like the MS350R is being marketed as the Olympia R500 I was curious to get hold of it and do an Olympia R500 review.
When I decided to get a decent and reliable walkie talkie for my buddy as a gift, one of the devices I considered and actually tested was the Motorola MS350R. For the price point, I’d say I was impressed with its performance.
Sometimes, I get opportunities to try out and review walkie talkies from very inauspicious circumstances.
One of the first thoughts that came to mind when I decided to do a Uniden comparative analysis was something I read a few years ago about the marketing strategies of big manufacturers.