Another radio that’s popped up in the email overnight and for sale for $116 plus shipping and import taxes is the Retevis RT-95 which looks the same as the recently released Anytone and the forthcoming CRT based upon the Apollo II chassis from Qixiang. Below are the photos and the details.
• Adopt superior quality material, better technology and high quality radiator to ensure stable and durable operation
• 180 degree rotatable TFT LCD display
• Full alloy body for heat radiation
• Amateur mode and professional mode for different operation requirement
• Distribute buttons reasonably, convenient for operation
• Separate band width setting for each single channel, Wide 25K, Middle band20K, Narrow band 12.5K
• 200 programmable memory channels, identified by editing name
• Separate CTCSS, DCS, DTMF, 5Tone setting for each single channel,rejecting extra calling from other radios
• Various scan functions including CTCSS/DCS scan function
• Smart menu control and PC programming control
• Voltage level protection
• LCD brightless control
• Automatic power on function
• Main unit and microphone key lock function
• 5Tone signaling for data transfer,alarm, all call, ANI, remote kill, remote waken
• DTMF-ANI or 5Tone-ANI for automatical calling recognition
• Password function
• Dualwatch function
• Talk around function
• Frequency reverse function
• Offset function
The radio comes locked to 144-146 and 430-440 and note that this is the latest version from Qixiang as it comes with CTCSS and DCS, where as the earlier version it’s was omitted as the software wasn’t ready for it.
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