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Icom M73 Handheld VHF - 6 Watts - IPX8 Submersible - Black

Icom M73 Handheld VHF - 6 Watts - IPX8 Submersible - Black
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M73 Handheld VHF

The M73 is perfect for the commercial marine market and radio users familiar with Icom's celebrated M72 VHF handheld. The M73 features 6 Watts of high transmit power and waterproof IPX8 Submersible construction. The M73 also promotes the popular hourglass body shape and comfortable side grips for intuitive one-handed operation.

The M73 also features loud 700mW audio output and approximately 18 hours of
operating time. Utilizing an interface design with large directional buttons, users gain fast access to menu items and radio functions. The compact radios are rigorously tested for durability and meet MIL-STD 810 specifications.

The M73 offers reliable audio, rugged construction and easy operation -- perfect for professional mariners and current M72 radio users. It is compatible with most M72 handheld accessories and will include other accessories as well.

Features:
  • Slim, hourglass body and wide viewing angle LCD
  • IX8 Submersible PLUS™
  • User interface design with larger buttons
  • Louder 700mW audio output
  • Built Icom tough and meets MIL-STD 810 specifications
  • Longer battery life allows approximately 18 hours of use
  • Impressive 6 Watt of high RF performance
  • Compact, slim and ergonimic design for easy one-handed operation
  • IPX8 Submersible (submersion for 30 minutes in 1.5-meter of water)
  • Optional Speaker Mic
  • AquaQuake™ water draining function
  • Dual/Tri-Watch function for monitoring Channel 16 and/or call channel
  • 4 level battery indicator
  • Favorite channel and tag scan functions
  • Auto power save function


Comes with:
  • Cigarette lighter cable (CP25H)
  • AC adapter (BC123SA)
  • Rapid charger (BC210)
  • Battery pack (BP245N)
  • Belt clip (MB103)
  • Antenna (FAS64V)
  • Hand strap
  • Owner's manual
  • Warranty: 3 years
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