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Icom M25 Floating VHF - Metallic Gray - 5W

Icom M25 Floating VHF - Metallic Gray - 5W
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M25 Floating VHF - Metallic Gray - 5W

Float'n Flash™
The built-in 1500mAh lithium-ion battery allows 11 hours (approx.) of long operation.*
*Typical operation with Tx (Hi: Rx: standby = 5:5:90)

USB Charging (Micro-B USB Type)
A standard USB connector (Micro-B type) is used for charging the IC-M25. Cigarette lighter cables or mobile batteries for charging smartphones or other devices can be used with the IC-M25*.
*The IC-M25 accepts 5V/1A (Max.) input. Use of third-party products is not guaranteed.

AquaQuake™ Draining Function
When water is in the speaker grill, Icom's unique AquaQuakeT emits a buzzing sound and sheds water from the speaker. This function assures clear sharp sound at all times.

Three Color Choices
Available colors are Metallic Gray, Pearl White and Marine Blue.

Slim Body & Lightweight
The 7.76-ounce (220g) lightweight and 1.2 inch (30.5mm) slim body is the new benchmark for floating marine transceivers.

Large LCD, Simple User Interface
The IC-M25's LCD is 30% larger than the IC-M24's and clearly shows large channel number and status icons. The buttons on the front panel are well laid out and provide simple and straightforward operation.

550mW Audio Output
The IC-M25 provides a powerful 550mW audio output and received voice can be heard loud and clear. By holding the VOL/SQL button with (up) button, the volume is instantly turned up to the maximum level.

Optional Speaker Microphone, HM-213
The optional waterproof speaker microphone, HM-213, provides commercial grade convenience while mounting the radio around the waist.

  • IPX7 waterproof construction (1m depth of water for 30 minutes)
  • 4-step battery life indicator
  • Weather channel with weather alert (USA version only)
  • Dual/Tri-watch functions
  • Instant access to Channel 16 or programmable call channel
  • Favorite channel function
  • Monitor function opens noise squelch
  • Auto scan function
  • LCD auto backlighting

Supplied Accessories:
  • USB charger, BC-217SA
  • Belt Clip, MB-133
  • Antenna, FA-SC59V
  • Hand Strap
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