MR HH125

Cobra MR HH125 3W Handheld VHF Radio

Cobra MR HH125 3W Handheld VHF Radio

Description

The Cobra MR HH125 3W Handheld VHF Radio features dual output power for short and long communication.

Features

  • Large, Bright LCD Display
  • 5 NiMH Rechargeable Batteries
  • Compact Waterproof Design
List Price
$69.95
Your Price
$57.42
In Stock

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Details

Includes:

  • 1 or 3 Watts
  • 12 Volt Accessory Charger
  • All Weather Channels and Weather Alert

U.S.A, Canada & International

  • Allows operation on any of the three (3) different channel maps established for these areas.

  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels

  • Instant access to national all hazards and weather information, 24 hours a day

  • Weather Alert

  • Alerts with an audible tone and visual alarm if threatening weather is nearby

  • Instant Channel 16 and 9

  • Instant access to channel 16 and 9 for emergency situations

  • Scan

  • Scan all channels to find conversations in progress

  • Signal Strength Meter

  • Shows the strength of outgoing and/or incoming signal

  • Button/Key Lock

  • Locks function buttons/keys to eliminate accidental change of settings

  • Battery Charge Jack

  • Allows charging of batteries in unit

  • Illuminated LCD Display and Keys

  • Allows high visibility of display and keys at night

  • Speaker/Microphone Jack

  • Allows connection of hands-free accessories (Single pin connection)

  • Waterproof

  • Waterproof to JIS4 Standards; splashproof
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