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BFTECH BF-F8RT 8-Watt Dual Band Two-Way Radio (136-174Mhz VHF & 400-520Mhz UHF) (2-PCS)

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$125.78 $109.99

The BF-F8RT (BF-F8+ 3rd Gen) are the three selectable power levels (Low – 1w, Med – 4/5w, High-7/8w);
the BF-F8RT has a better high-gain antenna (Max14″) that was not available in earlier models;
The BF-F8RT also comes with a Full IN-DEPTH User Manual that will help you get aquatinted with all the New Features!
The BF-F8RT was designed in the North America and because not everyone is a radio-expert we really wanted to focus on providing an easier user experience!

🎁Buy any acceesories with the radio, get an extra 10% discount for the accessories.🎁
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Description

 

THE NEXT GENERATION F8+
The BF-F8RT (BF-F8+ 3rd Gen) is a dual band handheld radio that improves on the F8+ with more transmit power based on a new generation chipset – along with new concierge service.

Beyond the 3 Power Levels (1, 4, 8 watt) it also includes: a new 2800mAh Battery, an in-depth user guide, concierge support, and the High Gain NA-772 R Stretchable Antenna. All while still maintaining full backward accessory compatibility with all prior F8 accessories.

40% LARGER BATTERY

Average Battery Life:
UV-5R High (4W): 18 Hours.
BF-F8RT High (8W): 25 Hours.
BF-F8RT Mid (5W): 30 Hours.
The large battery gives you peace of mind to use the built-In flashlight or even the built in FM radio – and still have the power to communicate throughout the day without recharging.

 

IN DEPTH DOCUMENTATION AND CONCIERGE SUPPORT

The BF-F8RT was designed in the North America and because not everyone is a radio-expert we really wanted to focus on providing an easier user experience! That starts with the new in-depth manual that guides you through the capabilities and customization of the BF-F8RT. On top of that the BF-F8RT also includes exclusive concierge customer help and warranty support. This concierge service is only available on select BaoFeng models such as the BF-F8RT.

 

WHAT’S ALL INCLUDED?

BFTECH BF-F8RT(8Watt).

2800mAh Battery.

V-85 Antenna.

N-772R Retractable Antenna(Max 14 inch)

Power Adapter.

Earpiece.

Belt Clip.

Hand Strap.

Battery Charger.

User Manual.

1 Year Complimentary Concierge Service and Warranty Support. (Conditions apply. Kindly contact customer care/website for further information).

Downloads

BF-F8HP User Manual

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1 review for BFTECH BF-F8RT 8-Watt Dual Band Two-Way Radio (136-174Mhz VHF & 400-520Mhz UHF) (2-PCS)

  1. xuf138@gmail.com
    5 out of 5

    Good radio for a beginner HAM operator This is the first radio I bought after receiving my amateur radio license so I don't have anything to compare it to. As a first time radio, it was easy to program using a programming cable (sold separately) and CHIRP. The included battery holds up well, I've had it mostly on for days, listening with a few minutes of talking here and there as something piques my interest, and only had to recharge it twice since I've had it. The 3 power settings are useful I suppose. I'm able to hit a repeater about 6 miles from my house on medium, however, I've been told when I run it up to high my sound quality is much better. It claims to be outputting at 8 watts on high, I have no gear to test and verify this claim but I've seen YouTube videos of people testing and it's somewhere around 7.5 watts. Maybe I'll run over to HRO one of these weekends to see if they have something which can test it. I was able to make a contact a few nights ago on 2 meters simplex at about 12 miles. Of course, he was probably at 500 feet of elevation and line of sight to me and had a 50-foot antenna behind his house so.... I think if this is a first-time radio for you, you can't go wrong. It's cheap enough that if you break the radio it doesn't hurt so much and it will get you into using a radio and used to radio etiquette.

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