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 finally got round to piecing together the Motorola T460 review a few weeks after the T600 review. It took a few weeks coming because my head needed clearing of everything T600.
If you’ve planned a hunting trip and are on the lookout for a decent hunting walkie talkie, perhaps this Midland GXT1050VP4 review would point you in the right direction.
As a CBer addict, a Galaxy DX 959 review became an itch I needed to get out of the way when I came across what Galaxy said about the CB radio. It’s not everyday manufacturers push a single product ahead of the others in their inventory and tag it ‘solid performer…top of our mobile CB’.
For radio scanner enthusiasts, this is a detailed Uniden BC125AT review article.
Pick any 10 radio scanner enthusiasts and ask them what features they see as essential in their ideal radio scanner. Most would consider military and civil aviation frequencies, weather channels, and amateur bands. CB, FRS and GMRS frequency coverage is seen as added bonuses.
If that is what you want in an ideal scanner, the Uniden BC125AT fits the profile almost perfectly with the added advantage that it won’t cost you much to get one.
This Midland 1001LWX review was written from personal experience. Features and limitations were equally examined. So if you intend to get a CB radio for your truck, and the 1001LWX Midland is one of the options you’re considering, then it’s a good idea to read this review.
Truckers whose day job involves spending a large part of the day on the road know that 2-way radios are indispensable. The Midland 1001LWX CB radio is one such radio that is specifically targeted at truckers, off-roaders, etc., who desire an inexpensive gadget that nails the basic performance expected from communication devices.
This is an unbiased Midland 75-822 Review. We discussed every single thing one could look for in a CB radio of it’s type.
If you like taking road trips with your friends, family or even alone, you’d know by now that having a two-way radio is important. Those who have used the Midland 75-822 CB radio have only nice things to say about it.
That is to say, it appears to have all the important qualities one expects from a communication gadget suitable for a road trip. And what are these features?
Off the top of my head, without going into specifics, that should be reliability and consistency. Nobody digs a gadget whose functions goes south at the precise moment they are needed to perform.
Let’s dive into our own Midland 75-822 review and find out what parts of all that talk about the device from off-roaders and lovers of the outdoors are true and what parts ain’t.
This is a detailed Baofeng UV 82HP Review. We’ve considered the features, specification and the programming process in this review.
The Baofeng UV-82HP is stylized as a ham radio for amateurs. Looking at this feature-rich 2-way handheld radio, many folks used to handling such gadgets would have a different opinion about that.
Sure, this device is not the most sophisticated around, but veteran users of walkie talkies wouldn’t mind having this as part of their gear when they need to communicate using a two-way radio.
This is a detailed Baofeng BF-F8HP review, this model is just one of several walkie talkies trying to stand apart from a crowded market.
BaoFeng seemed determined to attract eyeballs to this compact radio by packing a lot of features into it while at the same time keeping the price as low as possible to remain competitive.