MR HH450 DUAL

Cobra MR HH450 Dual VHF/GMRS Floating Handheld Radio

Cobra MR HH450 Dual VHF/GMRS Floating Handheld Radio

Description

The Cobra MR HH450 Dual VHF/GMRS Floating Handheld Radio is perfect for use on boats, ATV's, Snowmobiles, and roadtrips.

Features

  • Floats So You Will Never Lose Your Radio
  • NOAA Weather And Weather Alerts
  • Rewind-Say-Again Is A Digital Voice Recorder That Replays Missed VHF Calls
List Price
$159.95
Your Price
$131.65
In Stock

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Details

Features:

  • Floating design makes retrieving your radio easy if it is dropped in the water
  • All-in-one All-Terrain/Marine VHF, GMRS 2-Way Radio
  • 1815 GMRS privacy combinations
  • Rapid charger makes charging quick and easy
  • Submersible
  • Color: Grey
  • 3-Year Warranty

 

Includes:

  • AC and DC adapters 
  • Charging stand with contacts
  • AA battery tray
  • Spring loaded belt clip

 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Cobra MR HH450 Dual VHF/GMRS Floating Handheld Radio MR HH450 DUAL MR HH450 Dual VHF/GMRS Floating Handheld Radio, Gray
$131.65
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$143.46
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