Cobra 38 WX ST Handheld CB Radio

Cobra 38 WX ST Handheld CB Radio


The Cobra 38 WX ST handheld CB radio are a great way to get in touch with friends or any of the other 30 million CB radios in use across the county.


  • Channel Scan can scan all 40 CB channels
  • Dual Watch monitors two pre-selected channels simultaneously
  • Range will vary between 1/2 and 4 miles depending on geographic terrain
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Has complete access to 10 National Weather Channels for the latest weather information in a portable or mobile design.The HH 38 WX ST is a rugged portable CB radio that offers instant access to all 40 CB radio channels, 10 Weather channels for up to the minute weather information 24 hours a-day, Soundtracker Noise Reduction System for loud and clear communication, all 40 channel scan and dual watch to monitor your favorite channels, an illuminated full-function display for easy readability at night. The radio can be used in a car with the supplied 12 Volt cord.

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Cobra 38 WX ST Handheld CB Radio HH38WX 38 WX ST Mini handheld CB radio with weather stations
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