MR F57W

Cobra MR F57 VHF Radio

Cobra MR F57 VHF Radio

Description

The Cobra MR F57 VHF Radio features a large LCD display and it's selectable 1 or 25 watt output is perfect for short range or long range communication.

Features

  • Instant Access To National All Hazards And Weather Information, 24 Hours A Day
  • Submersible With IP68 Standards
  • Checks Battery Voltage When Transmitting, RF Power Output And Antenna Output
List Price
$179.95
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$169.95
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Details

Included is Cobra's exclusive Rewind-Say-Again® digital voice recorder, Plug N Play External GPS receiver capable (using the optional Cobra C.P.S. CM 300-005), 4 softkeys positioned at the bottom of the LCD to allow the user to easily activate and navigate through menus. NOAA Weather Radio, Weather Alert, providing 24 hour access to audio broadcasts and Emergency Alerts to keep boaters safe and informed, IPX8/JIS8 Submersible, Instant channel 16/9, Scan, PA (Public Address) speaker output, External speaker output, Illuminated LCD, Signal strength meter (for radio receiver and external GPS receiver), etc. Compliant with the latest FCC specifications for Class-D VHF radios.

Features:

  • Rewind-Say-Again®- Replay missed VHF calls. Automatically records the last 20 seconds with a digital voice recorder
  • PA Output - PA function for public address to external speaker

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Cobra MR F57 VHF Radio MR F57W MR F57 VHF Radio, White
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Cobra MR F57B Fixed Mount Class D VHF Radio - Grey MR F57B MR F57 VHF Radio, Gray
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