Yaesu FT-60R Dual Band Handheld 5W VHF / UHF Amateur Radio Transceiver

December 19, 2018 - Comment
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Yaesu Dual Band Amateur Ham radio transceiver.
Transmits the Two Meter & 70cm bands (144-148Mhz/430-450Mhz), & receives 108-520Mhz & 700-999Mhz (less cellular).
Features 1,000 Alphanumeric memories, WX alert, PL/dpl, ARTS system, scan modes & more.
Compatible with following Optional available Accessories – MH-37A4B, MH-34B4B, E-DC-5B, EDC-6, CT-44, FBA-25A.

Product Features

  • Dual Band VHF/UHF 2 Meter & 70cm Amateur Radio.
  • CTCSS/DCS (PL & DPL), DTMF, AlphaNumeric Display, Lighted Keypad, Scan modes.
  • Receives 108-520Mhz and 700-999.99Mhz (less cell), Transmits 144-148Mhz & 430-470Mhz, Locking mode prevents accidental changes of frequency.
  • One Thousand memory Channels, NOAA Weather Alert, Receives Emergency channels in 800-900Mhz, RF Power Output: 5W (High) / 2W (Middle) / 5W (Low)
  • Includes 1400mA Battery, Charger, antenna & belt clip.

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent 2 meter handheld I’m new to ham but not new to portable radios. The Yaesu FT-60R is a solid unit and an excellent radio for the money.I purchased this handheld based on the abundance of positive reviews and I was surprised to find that it was even better than described. This is high quality radio and an excellent value.I didn’t want or need a lot of bells and whistles. I just wanted a solid hand held 2 meter transceiver and the Yaesu FT-60R meets those requirements. The radio is well…

Anonymous says:

Great introductory radio. I purchased for emergency situation and roadside backup communications. Setup at first seems complex due to the range of features but really is actually simple if you look into the clearly explained manual. It is a pretty solidly built unit, the size and weight are just right for daily carry, the stock antenna is quite fair despite my local high RF traffic. Connecting to a near repeater network has gotten good contact even through a bit of a mild storm when my phone’s data became inconsistent…

Anonymous says:

Best “cheap” high end radio on the market I know a lot of people are buying the cheap Chinese throw away radios but they would do themselves a favor by investing in this radio, its the best cheap radio of the big 3 name brand radios. The radio is not overwhelming with tons of features but have just enough to get the job done, paired with a good antenna you will be surprised how far you can transmit on only 5w of power! I really like the premium feel of the case, rugged and doesn’t feel like your going to break it while operating the…

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