HM195SW

Icom CommandMic IV

Icom CommandMic IV

Description

The Icom CommandMIc IV features a soft-key user interface that makes for easy operation.

Features

  • New Soft-Key User Interface
  • IPX7 Submersible Rating
  • Superior Audio Performance
List Price
$280.00
Your Price
$185.11
In Stock

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Details

 

  • Total control of all communications & DSC functions
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    Icom CommandMic IV HM195SW CommandMic IV, White
    $185.11
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    Icom CommandMic IV Black HM195B CommandMic IV, Black
    $185.11
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    Icom 20' Extension Cables OPC1541 20' Extension Cable, for HM-162
    $49.00
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