Giveaway-Retevis MURS RB38V Radio

Giveaway-Retevis MURS RB38V Radio is coming. Now Retevis has many kinds of radios. FRS radios. PMR446 radios, MURS radios, GMRS radios, and others.

Retevis RB38V is the handheld two-way radios, with the range MURS frequencies VHF band, the license-free handheld two-way radios.

The features of Retevis RB38V Radio

1, MURS License-free 5CH Radio

The Multi-Use Radio Service (MURS) uses channels in the 151 – 154 MHz spectrum range. If you are looking for VHF radios and don’t want to apply for the license. Retevis RB38V is a good choice. MURS radios can be used for both business and personal use.

2, Hidden Display show

Retevis RB38V with the hidden display, it helps you to check the current working channel, volume, NOAA.


How to win this Giveaway for Retevis MURS Radio RB38V

1, Write down a test plan for this MURS radio RB38V, Leave it in the below comments. Then you will get the chance to be selected. The more detail, the more chance to be selected. The winner will be selected based on the quality of their testing plan.

2, Only 1 winner will be selected. (Because we will do 1~2 times giveaway every month)

3, Giveaway time from March 1 to March 12, 2021.  All comments made during this time are valid.

4, The winners will be announced on March 15, 2021.

5, Retevis reserves the right of final explanation.



Please note:

  1. For this Testing, we are interested in hearing about real user experiences. Please submit a review summarizing your thoughts on this MURS radio. We are also looking for any out-of-the-ordinary moments, funny footage, or entertaining interactions that you capture using your MURS radio RB38V.
  2. Submit 1 review and 1 MURS radio RB38V video moment. Also please send us a copy by email:
  3. Upload your video to social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and Instagram.
  4. Make sure to include the hashtag #RetevisMURSRadio
  5. Please use your real email address to comment, you will get the information by email if you’re selected.


Retevis RB27 GMRS handheld radio Giveaway Winner: faizul hamid. We have emailed to you, but still haven’t got your reply.  Please email us:


Any question, please leave a message below or email us:





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6 thoughts on “Giveaway-Retevis MURS RB38V Radio”

  1. I’m from Semarang, Indonesia. I want to review the MURS RB38V in Indonesia. Will post a review on every social media and local news site.
    What is the background of the MURS RB38V in Indonesia?
    Is a permit required?
    How does the MURS RB38V work in Toronto compared to DMR and ANALOG radios?
    Distance test?
    Can this radio be programmed?
    Can this radio work with a repeater?

    Social media sites are pre-configured to be reviewed for radio

    Thank you for your consideration.

  2. Ryan O'Neal Qualls

    I would love the opportunity to be able to try out the Retevis RB38V and share with everyone on Facebook using #RetevisMURSRadio

  3. As a Cub Scout Cubmaster, and dad of two boys. I think I could put this through its paces.
    First, let me start with some tests.
    I have a 7 and 10 year old that I would want to get some unboxing, first impression, ease of use video.
    I think we would need to do some fun tests, including straight line of sight distance and distance in woods.
    We would be able to plot the distance using gps on our phones.
    So here is my idea for the video.
    Kids are home with mom & Dad is driving home, he sees a retevis logo on the side of the road that the dad and kids made.
    Dad gets on radio, “breaker breaker this is papa bear.” kids radio back, “papa bear this is the bear cubs, what’s your position?” dad replies, “I’m about 2 miles out.” Then shows pulling into drive way and kids running out to meet dad with radio in hand.
    Another scene
    kids tell mom they are going to go play in the woods.
    mom tells kids, “don’t forget the radio.”
    kids grab one and scurry off to play.
    shots of kids playing, getting dirty and radio clipped on their day pack with all kinds of thinks. flashlight, whistle rope, compass…
    mom comes over radio from house and radios to make sure everything is ok. boys scurry over and tussle between who will answer. finally, one answers back in s super sweet unassuming voice, “yeah, mom everything all good in the woods.”
    back at mom in house smiling with peace of mind. Boys throw down radio and run off to play again.
    Did I mention I do marketing as a career…
    If you have one that had NOAA notifications that you want us to review. Send it our way, we could work that into the video.

  4. Ian Norman Williamson

    The test plan should go something like this:
    1. Charge fully
    2. Install programming software.
    3. Setup and download codeplug.
    4. Check output frequencies.
    5. Check output power.
    6. Connect to repeater or local station and test communications.

  5. Hello,

    I’m a single mum of a ten year old boy. After almost a year of homeschooling my son is pretty addicted to screens so to counter balance this we go cycling and on #leavenotrace wild camping trips. Every time we are out, we always say we need walkie talkies. Our plan would be to pack our bags and charge our batteries to go on a mother and son adventure . When he is collecting fire wood, I could be foraging for wild garlic and other bits for dinner and we could communicate safely and clearly on your devices.

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