Baofeng BF-F8+ Handheld Transceiver

Baofeng BF-F8+ Handheld Transceiver
Baofeng BF-F8+ Handheld Transceiver Baofeng BF-F8+ Handheld Transceiver
Brand: Baofeng
Product Code: RAD-BFF8
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Price: £30.00

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The latest offering from the Baofeng camp and an upgraded version of the classic UV-5R. A VHF/UHF FM transceiver featuring the 2nd generation board with improved RF performance yet still ensuring backwards-compatibility with UV-5R accessories such as batteries, cases etc. The internals are the same as the GT-3 Mk2 transceiver and contains updated firmware over the original UV-5R series. It also features the inverted "light on dark" display.

This, in our opinion, is the best of the various 4-5-watt Baofeng radios available - and, we supply it pre-programmed with popular 2m/70cm simplex frequencies, too!

  • 2m and 70cm (plus PMR446)
  • Up to 128 Memories
  • Frequency steps: 2.5KHz, 5KHz, 6.25KHz (PMR446), 10KHz, 12.5KHz, 25KHz
  • Wide (5KHz) and Narrow (2.5KHz) Deviation
  • RF output: High: 4-5w (2m), 3-4w (70cm), Low: 2-watt
  • CTCSS Encode/Decode
  • DTMF Keypad
  • 7.4v, 1800mAh battery
  • SMA-Female Aerial Connector
  • In the box: Docking charger (with UK plug), earpiece/mic, belt-clip, hand-strap, instruction manual and our FREE laminated quick-reference card
  • FREE programming of your local repeaters into the radio - just leave a note in the "comments" section during checkout and we'll add all repeaters within a 30-mile radius of your address.

Why not treat yourself to a few accessories?  They're always cheaper on this page when bought with the radio!

Although these can be used "as-is" or programmed for repeaters via the front-panel, we strongly suggest the addition of a USB Programming Cable along with the excellent free CHIRP software to manage the memories. For Essex buyers (and those who have their radios programmed at CARS' Skills Nights) - these are the default memories...

New!  Have a look at our CHIRP Radio Programming video here... and read M0PZT's blog article on CHIRPing a Baofeng here...

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