Looking for the right handheld radio? Tired of reviews that give you a lot of “I bought this so it is the best” and very little objective information? Want comparisons of radios between $20 and $400 all at the same place so you can see the real differences? Then you came to the right place!
The Baofeng UV-5R5 is an interesting variant on the popular UV-5R. I was not very impressed with its improvements but
The Baofeng GT-5TP is, at least in my opinion, what the UV-82 should have been all along, but never was.
The Baofeng BF-F8+ a probably the best UV-5R variant I have ever tested. Is it a fluke or has Baofeng
From a quick glance, comparing the Yaesu FT-4XR vs FT-65R they look virtually identical and the specifications look like they
The Yaesu FT-4XR is Yaesu's new entry-level Chinese made dual-band radio? How does it compare to other Yaesus and is
The Yaesu FT-270R is the radio I recommend if you need a radio that is weatherproof, virtually indestructible and works
The Kenwood TH-D74A is the radio you buy when you want the "one radio to rule them all" and are
The Baofeng UV-5R is the radio responsible for a renaissance in the handheld radio market. No longer do you have
The Baofeng UV-5RA looks a lot like the UV-5R with a facelift. Is it basically the same radio, or have there
The Yaesu FT-65R is a Chinese made dual-band radio at about half the price of their famous FT-60R. How does