MR F300 BT

Cobra MR F300 BT Waterproof Bluetooth Handset

Cobra MR F300 BT Waterproof Bluetooth Handset


The Cobra MR F300 BT waterproff bluetooth handset pairs bluetooth wierless technology in a unique noise canceling handset design.


  • Easy to wire into 12v power
  • Pairs to your cell phone using bluetooth
  • Noise canceling mic
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Talk on your Bluetooth® enabled mobile phone using Cobra's wateproof handset with exclusive MicroBlue™ technology

MicroBlue™ Technology
Bluetooth Wireless Technology in a unique noise canceling handset design.

Noise Canceling Microphone
Exclusive Noise Muting Technology for crystal clear communications. Loud and Clear incoming audio. Phone calls are heard through the unit's powerful speaker.

How it Works

  • Pairs to your cell phone using Bluetooth®
  • Caller ID - Incoming number shown on display
  • Contact/Address Book List
  • Revolving Incoming, outgoing and Missed Call Log
  • Noise canceling Mic and PTT eliminates background noise when talking. Mic only open with pressing PTT (by default)
  • Optional VOX On/Off Toggle
  • One button accept call and hangs up
  • 10 Selectable ring tones
  • Volume control during call
  • Pair with up to 8 phones. Last one used is replaced. One at a time
  • Easy redial and one touch answering

No Battery to Charger

  • Easy to wire into 12v power
  • Off and On with ignition or switch
  • Links automatically on power up
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