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AnyTone AT-D878UVII Plus

Original price $ 314.99 - Original price $ 314.99
Original price
$ 314.99
$ 314.99 - $ 314.99
Current price $ 314.99

In Stock and shipping now, limited number available!

"The 878UVII is now my favorite radio. They took the best parts of the 878 added a few features and upgraded memory... I like the new feel and look of the updated 878. Highly recommend." - Ron KB9ZB

 

The AnyTone AT-D878UVII Plus offers:

    • BridgeCom University Access ($97 Value—FREE with your purchase) Beginner-to-expert training that walks you through your new device, answering core questions like, “What is DMR and how do I operate on it?” and “How do I program and use my new radio?”
    • Dual band with Analog and DMR capability so you can have one radio for everything
    • APRS RX AND TX capability so you can beacon your location and see other operators on your radio too
    • 500K contact list capacity so you can have every DMR user in your radio no matter how many there are
    • Bluetooth capability for hands-free communication in your vehicle, so you can connect to your favorite Bluetooth audio device or hearing aid for added safety and convenience
    • Dedicated support team available for questions about your 878UVII Plus so that you'll always know how to use your radio.
    • BUY NOW and Pay as little as $27/month through Affirm Financing

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Customer Reviews

Based on 168 reviews
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Jim Flannery
Loved the 878 so much that I immediately purchased a 578 too!

When I saw how much fun the 878 was, I rushed on line to place a follow-up order for a 578 mobile as well! I’m getting comfortable with programming the radios now, and am adding all the local repeaters and setting up multiple scan groups. I just LOVE the SkyBridge! Tomorrow, I’m going up the tower to put on a dedicated dual-band antenna for the SkyBridge so I can use it around the neighborhood. I also really like the responsiveness of your support staff! The learning curve would have been steep if it weren’t for the help I’ve gotten. THANKS!

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David Pufnock

I cannot provide a response since I have not worked with the radio. it was sent back to your office for programming. But I am pleased to say I am now a member of BrandMeister. It appears to be an elite organization of DMR professionals. I am sure I will progress with these HAMs and BridgeCon systems. I am looking forward to receiving my radio and the Sky Bridge. Thanks to all, 73, KE7PKW

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Robert Kritcher

Unable to get it working

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Jeremiah Mulford
Mighty is the Pen that writes the story

If this radio was a pen, it would write one heck of a story. Anytone got it right with this radio. Dual APRS (Analog and Digital APRS), GPS, Bluetooth, Extended Battery life, What more could you ask for? Well, how about FPP (Front Panel Programing), a CPS that allows you to export and edit all the settings in CSV format, that you can open with Excel, Openoffice, or even Google Sheets, and the ability to set your own screen image? This radio has all of that and more. I came from dealing with the Moto's and tyt's and by far this is the best cps in my opinion. Very thankful that I bit the bullet and got this radio when I did.

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Michael Gazzaway
Full Operation & Report Pending

Radio seems rather robust. It has notable weight to it, as if there is actually something in there, unlike many lightweight Chinese products. I am concerned about replacement parts availability. The manual has no exploded view, parts listing or schematic as supplied with normal ham gear. Appears to have a myriad of adjustments and settings for everything you might want plus a whole bunch more. Have yet to communicate with anyone partly due to the considerable complexity of this radio and the fact that I often don't feel well enough to play with the radio consistently every day. I'm bound to get it going fairly soon. Evaluation may be continued later.

Customer Reviews

Based on 168 reviews
91%
(153)
9%
(15)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
Jim Flannery
Loved the 878 so much that I immediately purchased a 578 too!

When I saw how much fun the 878 was, I rushed on line to place a follow-up order for a 578 mobile as well! I’m getting comfortable with programming the radios now, and am adding all the local repeaters and setting up multiple scan groups. I just LOVE the SkyBridge! Tomorrow, I’m going up the tower to put on a dedicated dual-band antenna for the SkyBridge so I can use it around the neighborhood. I also really like the responsiveness of your support staff! The learning curve would have been steep if it weren’t for the help I’ve gotten. THANKS!

D
David Pufnock

I cannot provide a response since I have not worked with the radio. it was sent back to your office for programming. But I am pleased to say I am now a member of BrandMeister. It appears to be an elite organization of DMR professionals. I am sure I will progress with these HAMs and BridgeCon systems. I am looking forward to receiving my radio and the Sky Bridge. Thanks to all, 73, KE7PKW

R
Robert Kritcher

Unable to get it working

J
Jeremiah Mulford
Mighty is the Pen that writes the story

If this radio was a pen, it would write one heck of a story. Anytone got it right with this radio. Dual APRS (Analog and Digital APRS), GPS, Bluetooth, Extended Battery life, What more could you ask for? Well, how about FPP (Front Panel Programing), a CPS that allows you to export and edit all the settings in CSV format, that you can open with Excel, Openoffice, or even Google Sheets, and the ability to set your own screen image? This radio has all of that and more. I came from dealing with the Moto's and tyt's and by far this is the best cps in my opinion. Very thankful that I bit the bullet and got this radio when I did.

M
Michael Gazzaway
Full Operation & Report Pending

Radio seems rather robust. It has notable weight to it, as if there is actually something in there, unlike many lightweight Chinese products. I am concerned about replacement parts availability. The manual has no exploded view, parts listing or schematic as supplied with normal ham gear. Appears to have a myriad of adjustments and settings for everything you might want plus a whole bunch more. Have yet to communicate with anyone partly due to the considerable complexity of this radio and the fact that I often don't feel well enough to play with the radio consistently every day. I'm bound to get it going fairly soon. Evaluation may be continued later.