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

4.43 out of 5 based on 14 customer ratings
(14 customer reviews )


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!

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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.


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.



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.




2800mAh Battery.

V-85 Antenna.

N-772R Retractable Antenna(Max 14 inch)

Power Adapter.


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).


BF-F8HP User Manual

Programming software Download:


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