Radio Deal: Retekess V115 $14.00 shipped on Amazon

After looking at the Eton Elite Mini sale Christian shared, I discovered that the Retekess V115 is currently $14.00 shipped on Amazon “for a limited time.”

Click here to read our previous reviews of this radio. The V-115 makes for a great portable broadcast receiver/recorder and has very pleasant audio–certainly a benchmark performer in the sub $25 category. It’s a great little backup radio to keep in the car glove compartment or go-bag. This is the lowest prices for the V-115 I’ve ever seen. This receiver typically floats around the $23-25 range.

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3 thoughts on “Radio Deal: Retekess V115 $14.00 shipped on Amazon

  1. John

    I have a RETEKESS V115, bought it for $15 on ebay (seen it as low as $13 and selling for over $35).

    At $15 it’s a real bargain, excellent sensitivity on FM/AM and the audio quality is astonishing, it actually has some bass to it on FM stations. On SW I was able to receive Radio Habana easily and some other stations. That it also has a mic and can record on-air broadcasts and comes with a rechargeable Li-ion battery and usb charging cable makes it a steal.

    I saw RETEKESS recently released this world band radio (RETEKESS TR102) and it’s selling for around $20 on ebay and Amazon:
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/Retekess-TR102-Portable-FM-AM-SW-Radio-Sleep-Timer-World-Band-Receiver-Recorder/362721636357?hash=item5473e4f005:g:XhMAAOSwEDBdXRr1

    Has anyone gotten a hold of one and put it through its paces?
    Would be interested in knowing how it performs.
    John

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  2. Victor

    Perhaps on SW it is worse, but on VHF it has no equal. Try the same with Tecsun
    https://youtu.be/6iVdJwUqZuw
    Without redoing anything in this receiver, with it you can easily get any frequency in the range of 30-230 MHz with a resolution of 100 kHz and a bandwidth of the same order.

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