MR HH350 FLT

Cobra MR HH350 Floating VHF Radio

Cobra MR HH350 Floating VHF Radio

Description

The Cobra MR HH250 Floating VHF Radio features a floating design and orange core making retrieval easy if dropped overboard.

Features

  • Noise Canceling Microphone
  • 6 Watt
  • USA, Canada, And International Channels
List Price
$119.95
Your Price
$106.85
In Stock

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Details

6 Watt VHF
Select between 1, 3 and 6 Watts for short and long range communication.

Ultra-Compact Design
Ergonomic and compact design is easy to hold and intuitive to operate.

All NOAA Weather Channels
Instant access to national All Hazards and weather information, 24 hours a day.

Noise-Canceling Microphone
Block background noise for clearer conversations.

BURP
Vibrates water out of the speaker grill and improves speaker performance.

Features:

  • All NOAA Weather Channels
  • Weather Alert
  • BURP
  • Rated Submersible
  • External speaker/microphone jack
  • Instant Channel 16
  • Unlimited memory channels
  • Tri-Watch
  • Scan
  • Memory scan
  • Signal Strength Meter
  • Button/Key Lock
  • Battery with Charge Contacts
  • Large, illuminated LCD display
  • 3-Year Warranty (on radio)
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$106.85
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$106.85
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