Cobra MR HH500 Floating VHF Radio

Cobra MR HH500 Floating VHF Radio


The Cobra MR HR500 Floating VHF Radio features Bluetooth wireless technology.


  • Noise Cancelling Microphone Blocks Background Noise For Cleaner Conversations
  • Instant Access To National All Hazards And Weather Information, 24 Hours A Day
  • Vibrates Water Our Of The Speaker Grill And Improves Speaker Performance
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Industry's only radio that can answer your phone.

Replay missed VHF calls.

Never lose your radio. Floating design and orange core makes retrieving radio easy if dropped overboard.

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


  • USA, Canada & International Channels - Allows operation on any of the three (3) different channel maps established for these areas
  • Weather Alert - Alerts with an audible tone and visual alarm if threatening weather is nearby
  • Rated Submersible - Meets JIS7 (IPX7) standards; submersible for 30 minutes in one meter deep water
  • External Speaker/Microphone Jack - Connect Cobra speaker mic accessories for hip or body worn operation
  • Instant Channel 16 - Instant access to channel 16 for emergency situations
  • Unlimited Memory Channels - Allows programming of unlimited channels for easy retrieval or scanning
  • Tri-Watch - Monitors three (3) channels at once - channel 16 and two (2) user selected channels
  • Scan - Scan channels programmed in memory to find conversations in progress
  • Memory Scan - Scan channels programmed in memory to find conversations in progress
  • Signal Strength Meter - Shows the strength of the receiving and transmitting signal
  • Buttom/Key Lock - Locks function buttons/keys to eliminate accidental change of settings
  • Battery With Charge Contacts - Allows charging of batteries in unit
  • Illuminated Function Keys - Allows high visibility of function keys
  • Selectable Key Tone Beep - Key tone press beeps can be turned off to silent operation
  • Large, Illuminated LCD Display - Allows high visibility of display
  • 3 Year Warranty - For products sold in the USA
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