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Icom M36 Floating Handheld VHF Radio - 6W

Icom M36 Floating Handheld VHF Radio - 6W
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Floating Handheld VHF Radio - 6W

Clear voice + voice boost
In marine environments there are many sources of noise that can affect the quality of your communications, such as engine noise, breaking surf and more. The IC-M36 automatically adjusts the outgoing voice and the incoming audio to compensate for the ambient noise level: whether you're in a loud environment or in a quiet area, the IC-M36 ensures your radio conversation is sent and received as clearly as possible.

And YES, It FLOATS
Continuing the legacy of the IC-M34, the fully submersible IC-M36 floats back up to the surface if dropped overboard, even if the optional speaker microphone, HM-165, is attached.

AquaQuake draining function
The vibrating "buzz" sound clears water away from the speaker grill.

LOUD button
When you need an instant "boost" in the volume, a simple push of the "LOUD" button gives you full volume immediately. In addition, holding the "LOUD" button mutes the audio output.

Noise cancelling microphone
The sub-microphone on the rear panel inverts phase and cancels out ambient noise from the main microphone. As a result, the IC-M36 reduces the affect of background noise (particularly trebly noise) from the transmitted signal and makes it easier to catch voice communication.

Automatic volume adjustment
When in an engine room or high noise environment, the sub-microphone detects the ambient noise and the IC-M36 automatically increases the volume output to suit the surrounding environment.

Low power consumption
Although the IC-M36 delivers a high 6W RF output and 700mW audio output, its current saving circuit offers a practical 8 hours1 of operating time with the supplied 980mAh Lithium-Ion battery pack.1Typical operation with Tx (Hi): Rx: standby=5:5:90

Large buttons and slim dimensions
Thanks to the large, easy-to-operate buttons, the IC-M36 provides intuitive operation. A pinched-waist slender body makes it easy to hold and carry the radio, and is surprisingly compact for a floating radio.

Other features
  • Waterproof construction equivalent to IPX7 (1m depth for 30 minutes)
  • Dual/Tri-watch functions
  • 4-step battery life indicator
  • Weather channel with weather alert
  • Auto scan function
  • Instant access to Ch 16 or Ch 9


Comes with
  • Battery pack (BP252)
  • Battery charger (BC173)
  • AC adapter (BC147)
  • Belt clip (MB109)
  • Antenna (FAS58V)
  • Hand strap
  • Owner's manual
  • Warranty: 3 years
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Icom M36 Floating Handheld VHF Radio - 6W M36 11 ICOM M36 FLOATING HANDHELD 6W VHF
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