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Radioddity DB25-G GMRS Mobile Radio, 25 Watts Two Way Radio Long Range, Quad Watch, GMRS Repeater Capable, with Dual Band Scanning Receiver, for Car Vehicle, Off Road, Overlanding Black

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Features

  • Plug-in-and-go GMRS Mobile + Scanning Receiver|DB25-G works well with all brands of GMRS radios right out of the box and is capable of accessing the GMRS repeaters. It is also a UHF, VHF scanning and receiver. Easy to install the DB25-G with the cigarette plug in your vehicle.
  • Impressive Long Range Talking|DB25-G easily reaches up to 25 miles in the open air, 15 miles on a mountain trail, and is very effective for camping/Off-Road/Overlanding and being able to communicate with your crew!
  • Flexible Customizable Channels|The DB25-G offers 130 empty channels for programming, not only support to receive and transmit on GMRS channels/repeater channels but also support to receive on UHF and VHF channels. It provides more channels to make it flexible to reach more groups of people, saving your programming time.
  • Feature Rich|Quad Channels Standby, 199 Channels, Wideband or Narrowband Switchable, Easy-to-read large display (Blue background color, white text color), High (25W) / Mid (10W) / Low (5W) Power Switchable, PC programmable, 260 Privacy Codes, Busy Channel Lock-Out, TOT
  • What's in the Box?|DB25-G comes with a compact mobile radio, speaker microphone, programming cable, 10-15V cigarette power plug, microphone holder, mount bracket, user manual, and some assembly accessories.

Brand: Radioddity


Color: Black


Number of Channels: 200


Special Feature: Long Range, Voice Operated Transmission, Lightweight


Frequency Range: GMRS, VHF, UHF, NOAA


Talking Range Maximum: 25 Mile


Tuner Technology: VHF UHF GMRS


Voltage: 13.8 Volts (DC)


Water Resistance Level: Water Resistant


Product Dimensions: 5.5"D x 5"W x 3.5"H


Product Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 5.5 x 5 x 3.5 inches; 7.2 ounces


Item model number ‏ : ‎ DB25 G


Date First Available ‏ : ‎ August 10, 2021


Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Radioddity


Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ China


Customer Reviews: 4.2 4.2 out of 5 stars 387 ratings


Item Weight: ‎7.2 ounces


Product Dimensions: ‎5.5 x 5 x 3.5 inches


Country of Origin: ‎China


Item model number: ‎DB25 G


Display Type: ‎LCD


Warranty: ‎18 months warranty and lifetime supports


Date First Available: August 10, 2021


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  • A good radio.
I am enjoying using this radio. I like the interface, the size, and the program-ability. It is a good size for a 25 watt radio (tested at 19 watts on UHF). It fits well in my vehicle, and seems to deliver a strong signal. For mobile use, I have paired it with a Tram 1181, which seems to work quite well (SWR around 1.4). I used a Bingfu lip mount for the antenna. Almost everything about the radio itself feels quite solid and well built, however, the mic feels cheap and "plastic-y." The button layout is OK, but I would have preferred the "up" and "down" buttons to be on the top like other mobile radios I have tried. UPDATE: Now supported by Chirp! The programming software is about on par with other terribly written software for these inexpensive Chinese radios. It works, however, the windows are all fixed sizes. Make sure you select the correct com port before reading or writing, because it will hang for a long time. I wish these companies would outsource this work if they don't have the ability to write quality programming software. Oh well, perhaps it will be supported by Chirp some day. Having said that, the very best feature of this radio (and the software) is the ability to program ANY channel with GMRS frequencies, be they simplex or duplex channels. As long as they are GMRS channels, you can receive and transmit. I have not seen any other GMRS radio do this. Split tones are also supported. It has a lot of other features I am not familiar with, but perhaps will figure out over time. Very configurable. I did a range test using this radio connected to an Ed Fong J-pole antenna on my roof (GMRS version). My wife traveled nearly 40 miles to my daughter's house using the DB-20G mobile in her car. For most of that time, we were able to communicate well. There were a few dead spots due to terrain, but at 37 miles we were still talking. We could have continued to talk if I had taught my wife how to use the monitor button. :-) I like this radio a lot. Good: Compact Powerful Configurable Ability to use ALL channels for GMRS simplex or duplex. Split tones Chirp Support Bad: Software quality. Cheap materials for Mic. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2021 by Don Liechty

  • Great Radio, Loud Speaker!
The quality of the chassis and the display are outstanding. I also like the small size and the fact it has a cooling fan. (It does get hot when transmitting a great deal). The microphone is a bit light and cheap feeling, but the buttons work well and it is well lit. One of the best features for a Jeep is the VERY lound speaker. It's the best I've encountered on a GMRS or even CB radio. Perfect for a noisy Jeep, even with the top down! I had a problem with transmissions not being clear, but it appears there was a fault with my antenna cable and it now works very well. This is a powerful radio in a small package! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2021 by Dan Wilson

  • A great radio for the price
I started off in the GMRS world with a Midland MXT275 (great little starter radio), but it was time for an upgrade. The MXT275 is very quiet when talking to others and it's designed so it's channel numbers only for the frequencies and PL tones. Code book is needed when programming channels. There is no way to assign channel names or input multiple repeater towers running off the same 462.XXXXX frequencies. Not taking anything away from the MXT275, but it's pretty much a plug and play radio set up. The Radioditty DB25-G has a lot of features and gets very high notes from this writer on the ability to customize the radio quite a bit. The mic is very loud according to those that I have talked to on it and the mic gain most certainly needs to be turned down when using. The ability to listen up to four channels at once is very nice under the right circumstances. The speaker on the radio is quite loud and I have no problems listening to it on my base station from a distance. The display can be a bit busy when first using it, but I felt comfortable with it after minimal use. The handset feels very light and cheap but seems to function quite well with the sample that I own. I personally have been impressed enough with the radio that I have bought a second one for me truck. 4 stars due to the semi poorly written manual as well as the lack of detail within the manual. Info needed can be found though with a quick Google search. I personally could not get the native programming software to work on my computer, but I had no problems programming the radio with CHIRP. It's actually quite pleasant to program compared to my Wouxun KG905G (great radio, absolute bear to program with the native software). Overall, I think this is an outstanding budget radio with excellent features that will not break the bank. Some folks may find the handset to be aesthetically a deal breaker, but, I find it very functional and satisfactory. I feel this radio is for the person that has some experience with a bit of technical/ programming knowledge in the radio world and is looking for a good budget option. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 23, 2024 by Craig Travis

  • Solid GMRS mobile radio with great customer service
Bought two of the Radioddity DB25G mobile radios for portable vehicle use. Solid radio for the $. Comes with programming cable and is very easy to program. Had an issue with one of the radios 6 months after purchase and contacted customer support, who promptly sent me a return label and shipped out a replacement radio. Both radios are working perfectly. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on February 6, 2024 by Nick J

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