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Radioddity GA-510 VS Baofeng UV-82hp


Premium Subscriber
Aug 22, 2020
Hello all,
I currently own a Baofeng UV-5R plus and a BTech GMRS-V1. I am happy with the BTech. Works great. The Baofeng, well, I got what I paid for. I was looking to order a Radioddity GA-510 10W radio from Amazon. It is on sale for $49.99. Figured I would give it a try. Anyone have any input?


Feb 25, 2017
Clarkesville, Georgia
From what I understand Radioddity is just a US based company that rebrands Baofeng radios. Several years ago I purchased a Radioddity RD-5R from Amazon and when it arrived the label on the radio reads 'Baofeng'.


Dec 19, 2002
North Clearwater, FL
If you do a search on YouTube for "Radioddity GA-510", there are several reviews posted, all under a year old

On a side note, if you are looking for a 10 watt dual-band h-t, TYT has the TH-UV8000D & the TH-UV98

DISCLAIMER: I don't own, nor have used any of these radios, just trying to aim you at some info &/or let you know what else is available

Hope this helps

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