Cobra 75 WX ST All-In-Handset Mobile CB

Cobra 75 WX ST All-In-Handset Mobile CB


The Cobra WX ST all-in-handset mobile CB is a great way to stay in touch with friends or other CB users across the county.


  • Remote mount system allows convenient dashboard installation
  • Full channel scan allows users to scan all 40 channels
  • SoundTracker System cuts noise up to 90%
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Dramatically improves the transmission and reception of CB radio signals. The result is a cleaner, clearer sounding CB with more "powerful" transmissions and less static or noise on reception.

40 CB & 10 Weather Channels
10 Weather Channels. Complete access to all 40 Citizen Band Radio channels. 10 National Weather Channels (7 NOAA and 3 International) provide full coverage to keep you informed of weather conditions anywhere you go.

Remote Mount System
Remote installation box installs out of sight under your dash and the quick disconnect allows removal of the hand piece for security or use in other vehicles.

Dual Watch and Full Channel Scan
Dual Watch allows simultaneous monitoring of any two preselected channels. Full Channel Scan allows you to scan all 40 channels.

Instant Channel 19
Instant access to information Channel 19 with a single switch of a button.

Full-Featured LCD Display Panel
All the information you need is provided from this LCD display panel. Choose normal CB channel readout or five digit frequency display.

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