Best programmable radio 2017

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Best programmable radio 2017

Postby shane_saintsfc » 12 Oct 2017, 12:32

Hi Guys

Been a long time posting. I'm looking for 20+ UHF programmable radios for a hire market. I used to have Puxing 777 and 888k and these were ok albeit not as hard wearing as some others.

What is currently the best radio for your cash these days? Must be able to tune to 446 if needed and be programmable with software.

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Re: Best programmable radio 2017

Postby Admiral » 12 Oct 2017, 15:06

These are one of the best programmable analogue radios, they also do them in black.

https://www.apexradio.co.uk/product/motorola-gp340-ex/
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Re: Best programmable radio 2017

Postby shane_saintsfc » 13 Oct 2017, 08:21

Ok i'll rephrase.

Any good one's for under £100

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Re: Best programmable radio 2017

Postby thelad » 13 Oct 2017, 09:20

Good and under £100 for hire? Nothing that price would last very long on hire!
Uniden UBC120XLT
Uniden USC230E
Uniden UBC3500XLT
Binatone PMR MR500 x2
Magiksun TM-490 (BF-888) x3
Baofeng BF-888
TTI TSC 100R
Baofeng UVB5
Zastone D900
Icom IC-R6

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Re: Best programmable radio 2017

Postby shane_saintsfc » 13 Oct 2017, 10:12

If they're cheap though easy to replace broken ones :)

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Re: Best programmable radio 2017

Postby shane_saintsfc » 13 Oct 2017, 10:56

In all seriousness the Puxing 888 I had only broke because a car drove over it. Other than that is did last a good 2 years. Not bad for a cheap chinese import.


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