This radio is helpful for the following circumstances: security guard, supermarket connection, constructionarea indication. It is also helpful for field survival, biking and hiking. It is very easy to use these. All you need is turn these two to the same channel (16channnel to be chosen), push a button, and you can hear from your mate.
Model: BF-888S
Antenna Impedance: 50ohm Rated
Voltage: 3.7V DC Output
Battery type: Li-ion battery
Battery capacity: 1500mAh
Color: Black
Dimension(Lx Wx H): 60x 33x 115mm(Not Antenna)
Weight: 180g Dual
band or Single band: Single band Dual frequency or Single
frequency: Single frequency
Frequency Range: UHF 400-470MHz Memory
Channel: 16 CTCSS/DCS
function: Yes
Built-in Led torch: Yes
Low battery alarm: Yes
Power saving function: Yes
Chinese and English voice prompt: Yes
PC software programmable: Yes
Package Includes:
4 X Portable radio
4 X Antenna
4 X Li-ion battery pack
4 X US Charger
4 X Belt clip
4 X The sling
4 X User's manual
4 x Headphone
Model number#: BAOFENG-888S

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Can someone explain to me how these are illegal? Is it because they can't be monitored by the gub'ment?

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At a certain transmitting power two-way radios become illegal to use without a license. Many modern radios have several settings (low, medium, high, etc) and depending on the model one (or more) of these settings could be technically a crime to use without the proper permission.

Now ask yourself... Is the walkie-talkie police going to come to your house and test your broadcasting output after you call out to your old lady to bring you another beer while cutting the grass?

P.S. These can be monitored by anybody so don't expect your conversations to be private.

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How are cheap illegal walkie talkies a "GUN DEAL"
Who lists this

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In the U. S., an FCC license for business or Ham radio is required to use these. I'm not sure if you could get away with using only FRS frequencies on low power. At high power, that would be a violation.

Look for MURS or FRS walkie talkies for unlicensed use in the US.

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I have 6 of these. They are not that strong. You are lucky to get a distance of 1 mile out of these. They are only around 3 watts. ThThey work fine for trips when a few groups are in

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