Baofeng UV-82c Walkie Talkie

Item #: 3801
$ 79.99
$ 79.99
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Affordable entry level walkie talkie ideal for travelling out of cell range, backing up vehicles or handing to the new kid without losing sleep if it isn't returned. An upgrade from the UV-5R, the UV-82c has a louder 1 watt speaker, a more solid case with larger buttons and a new chipset and PCB board that outperforms range, accuracy and output of the previous Baofeng chipsets. 

To keep costs low, these are pre-programmed. If you need additional channels added, there will be a $25 programming charge. (per order, not per radio)

Optional upgrade to the Expedition Pack that includes the UV-82c Walkie Talkie, Long Range Antenna, Extended Battery, and Speaker Mic.

Not recommended for use in Racing. (Other than to monitor Weatherman)

  • FCC Part 90 Hand Held Pre-Programmed with PCI's licensed channels. For more info about our license sharing Click here
  • VHF/UHF Dual Band 5 Watt Radio
  • Dual Push to Talk buttons 
  • 128 programmable channels
  • Includes Lithium Ion 1800 mAh Battery, Charger, Belt Clip and security ear piece.
  • 1 year warranty for radio, 6 month warranty for battery.
  • Built in LED Flashlight
  • More info on FCC Licensing
  • Extended Battery and Antenna available for +$34.99 per radio

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
Bradley Nelson (Phoenix, US)


Lance White (Marina del Rey, US)
Fast service and works great

Ordered on website, was at my door next day. They pick up the phone and answer questions. It is great to have good people a phone call away! You won't get that on Amazon!

bob martin (Roseburg, US)

i like the radio that i thank iam going to buy another one for the shop i thank it will be nice when we are using the crane and picking heavy objects when theres only two of us its kinda hard to see around hood or cab or machinery and we dont have to yell. thanks

J.J. (East Los Angeles, US)
Follow up to previous review

I finally was able to test out these radios to see if they met my need and expectation. Short answer, yes. I was able to use the radio both as a scanner and also "in pit" (meaning desert) communications between car and crew member. Range was not fantastic but certainly as expected, the scanner function was a bit clumsy but overall worked as I hoped. "Mac Daddy" Kenwood in the chase truck will stay there, but when moving around pits, talking to car during testing, they worked better than I would have expected.

J JORDAN (Santa Clara, US)
Exceeds Expectations

The price was so good I had to buy a pair, and so far I am surprised with the quality. I wanted small handheld radios for use around the pit area in the desert, and also as a "scanner" to allow the main Kenwood in the chase vehicle to stay on the race channel while the handheld monitored Weatherman and potentially other relevant channels. So far I can't say if this will work, but as a small handheld radio is seems like a fantastic value and works well.

Thanks also to PCI for their usual great service.