SOCOTRAN FB-8810 Amateur Ham Two Way Radio 256CH 10W Walkie Talkie Air Band Full Band 108-520MHz Police Scanner Marine Talkies

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SOCOTRAN FB-8810 Amateur Ham Two Way Radio 256CH 10W Walkie Talkie Air Band Full Band 108-520MHz Police Scanner Marine Talkies

★【Full Band Frequency】

1) 136-174MHz (Receive & Transmit)

2) 220-260MHz (Receive & Transmit)

3) 350-390MHz (Receive & Transmit)

4) 400-520MHz (Receive & Transmit)

Notice:

5) 65-108MHz (FM RX)- FM RADIO(Only Receive )

6) 108-136MHz (AM RX)- Air Band(Only Receive )

Note: This radio version does not have Bluetooth. The Bluetooth displayed on the screen requires additional customization. Prices vary.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Rui Thierry
review after purchase

easy to order. website well. radio equipment and order received quickly and well packaged. just a flaw, they don't answer questions and requests go unanswered. But radio ok.

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John Roberts
Promising

The FB-8810 is a nice radio with a great deal of power, but nearly all of it's features are hidden by a very poor manual. There's one whole page showing how to turn the bloody thing on and turn up the volume, but NOTHING on how to turn it on frequency mode or about frequency matching (that's in a video, thankfully. The radio also doesn't work most of the time. A local channel is 88.5, but much of the time there's only hiss and static.

Finally, there are more features than buttons, so if you have the P2/P3 keys programmed with features other than the radio, there doesn't seem to be a way of playing it. Sadly, the manual is of little help.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
0%
(0)
50%
(1)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
R
Rui Thierry
review after purchase

easy to order. website well. radio equipment and order received quickly and well packaged. just a flaw, they don't answer questions and requests go unanswered. But radio ok.

J
John Roberts
Promising

The FB-8810 is a nice radio with a great deal of power, but nearly all of it's features are hidden by a very poor manual. There's one whole page showing how to turn the bloody thing on and turn up the volume, but NOTHING on how to turn it on frequency mode or about frequency matching (that's in a video, thankfully. The radio also doesn't work most of the time. A local channel is 88.5, but much of the time there's only hiss and static.

Finally, there are more features than buttons, so if you have the P2/P3 keys programmed with features other than the radio, there doesn't seem to be a way of playing it. Sadly, the manual is of little help.