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.
Doing a Yaesu FT 270R review without mentioning the FT 60R and the FT 65R is almost impossible. If you spend a lot of time around portable ham radios and use many of them, you’d notice that many products, especially models from the same maker, look with barely any noticeable difference in some cases.
With the Yaesu FT 60R already doing so well, it would be easy to assume that 65R is an upgrade on the predecessor; maybe, this is Yaesu cashing in on the success of the FT 60R.
This Baofeng BF-888S review is specifically aimed at folks who want to try their hands on ham radio operations for the first. I get it that the cost of starting a full-fledged amateur radio operation can be astronomical.
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.