2021 Giveaway-GMRS Long Range Radio RB27
Hi, Retevis Giveaway is coming. This program gives our Retevis Fans the chance to test and review our Radios free. If you’re selected, we will send you the free RB27-Powerful Long Range GMRS Two-Way Radio, You test it out, and then send us a review and some pictures.
What’s important? It is completely Free.
In 2021, we will do more giveaways for all our Retevis Fans, so if possible, please follow our blog and facebook page to get the latest news.
For the New model Giveaway, we will choose 1 fan to be the winner to review our radio. For others, please do not worry, we will do more giveaway in 2021, you will have the chance to win one.
How to get this Free GMRS Long Range Radio RB27.
1, Only 1 winner For this GMRS long range Radio RB27 giveaway
2, Leave message below this blog, tell us why you want to get this free radios and how will you to review this radio. The more detailed you are, the more likely you are to be selected
3, Giveaway time from February 1 to February 12, 2021. All comments made during this time are valid. We will select the winners from these comments.
4, The winners will be announced after our holiday(February 7 to February 19 is our holiday).
- For this Testing, we are interested in hearing about real user experiences. Please submit a review summarizing your thoughts on this GMRS radio. We are also looking for any out-of-the-ordinary moments, funny footage, or entertaining interactions that you capture using your GMRS radio RB27.
- Submit 1 review and 1 GMRS radio RB27 video moment. Also please send us a copy by email: email@example.com
- Upload your video to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram.
- Make sure to include the hashtag #RetevisGMRSRadio
Any question, please leave message below or email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d like to have the opportunity to win so I could compare RB27 to a UV-9r Plus.
AS A RETEVIS SELLER I WOULD LIKE TO TEST THIS RADIO FOR MY CUTOMERS ALSO THE RB75 MY CUSTOMERS ARE ASKING FOR THIS TWO ITEMS , I DONT HAVE THE EXPERIANCE YET TO TELL THEM ANYTING ABOUT THIS TWO NET RETEVIS. ALL I CAN TELL THEM THAT I DO HAVE OTHER EXPERIANCE WITH OTHER RETEVIS ITEMS, YET STILL LOVE RETEVIS BRAND ALWAYS.
Looks like I really have to get it … First, because I’m the youngest ORARI member in the city of Semarang with YD2AXX Callsign. Second, products with the retevis brand are still very rare in my country. Maybe I can advertise for free. Third, my greatest hope is because in Indonesia there is no official distributor from the retevision sector yet, I want to become a retevision distributor. Why? Because I want to make retevisions more and more in demand, because all the components are very special at an affordable price. Fourth, in the long run I want to make a portable repeater for SAR purposes when on humanitarian assignments in the mountains, because we often experience blankspots, eating this portable repeater is really needed. Because I’m also a RESCUER. I hope I win this thing,
I would love to review this radio for my CERT (community emergency response team) and our DART (disaster airlift response Team) for our training and deployment. It would give us another form of communication equipment. We are always looking for inside team communications.
Would like to do a review for my youtube channel, and to share with some Facebook forums I help manage
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Many thanks Chris outdoors
I would review the radio with my daughter, hilltop to hilltop and in built up areas reviewing its range as well as durability in the hands of a child. Radio ham and youth leader. So would also review with s view to suitability for youth groups.
From Toronto, Canada. I would like to review GMRS radio in Toronto. Will post review on youtube and wordpress site.
Background for GRMS in Canada?
Are certifications required?
How does GMRS work in Toronto compared to FRS and Ham radio?
Can this radio be programmed?
Can this radio work with repeaters?
wordpress site pre-configured for review for the radio
Thank you for the consideration.
Hi, congratulation! You win the Free RB27 GMRS Long Range Radio.
Please email your full address to our email: email@example.com
I have recently retired all of my CB gear from my Jeep, especially now that Jeep Jamboree is letting us use GMRS radios. I have a couple handheld midlands but this looks like a better unit. I would like the opportunity to test this while off-roading in my Jeep in California. This should give you great real world testing feedback as there will be lots of terrain and obstacles in the way. Some testing will be within a mile, while on trails and other will be back to base camps up to 15+ miles away. Doesn’t get any more real world than this. Thanks for the opportunity!
I would like to review/ see what this radio can do for my family, living in Oklahoma can be rough with the weather changes from thunderstorms to Tornados and now ice storms, I want to know that I can count on another source of comunication other than my phone/ service.I want my family safe….so I will be testing it in all sorts of weather and God forbid if we get another F5 tornado it will come in handy when all the lines are tied up with people.
Love to win this to test out on my farm here in New Zealand I have brought a lot of retevis radios love them work so much.
Zou graag de radio willen uitproberen nu gebruiken we LPD wat nogal veel storing ontvangt en medeluisteraars hebben de mogelijkheid om te storen.
Moet veel met mij collega op afstand contact houden mogelijk is dit de oplossing om een betere communicatie te hebben.
Ook de weersinvloeden in Nederland zijn erg wisselend en veel storingen ook in stedelijk gebied is communicatie vaak moeilijk.
En zijn dan aangewezen om met de gsm te werken wat niet handig is.
En zal een review schrijven met eerlijk bevindingen.
iwould like to revew this radio as i am a radio ham and iwould send the revew to. radcom and ask them to publish it allso i have a retevis rt3 witch i am vere happy with
Make it easier to manually toggle between wide, and narrow band when desired, and have RX-only channels, and VFO+ to listen
to fire, and other communications.
+: UHF, and VHF.