M88 220V

Icom 220V Handheld VHF Radio

Icom 220V Handheld VHF Radio


The Icom 220V Handheld VHF Radio


  • Backlit LCD Display And Keypad
  • Instant Access to Ch 16 and Ch 9 (or Call Channel)
  • Convenient One-Touch "TAG" Scanning Selection With Simple Add/Delete
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IC - M88 220V VHF Marine Transceiver

It's not just another marine radio.

What makes Icom's new IC-M88 so special? Functionality. Features. Unparalleled battery life and power. Submersible construction. Military ruggedness. Frequency control. Choice of optional features. And a surprisingly small size that fits incredibly well in the hand. Compare for yourself; the Icom IC-M88 is a better fit not just for one-handed operation, but all-around.

  • 5 Watts of power (3 Watt or 1 Watt selectable)
  • Submersible JIS-7 construction
  • Long-lasting 1700 mAh Li-ion battery allows up to 24 hours of operation (5:5:90 Tx:Rx:Standby)
  • 2-Step power saver selections (5 full Watts, or 3 Watts, or 1 Watt)
  • Three year warranty
  • All International, USA and Canadian channels, plus weather channels with alert function available. (USA version only)
  • Up to 22 free channels reserved for Land Mobile (commercial) use
    • Allows per-channel wide/narrow channel spacing
    • Built-in CTCSS & DTCS
    • Appropriate license may be required

  • Military rugged (MIL SPEC 810 C, D, E for shock and vibration)
  • Backlit LCD display and key pad
  • Convenient one-touch "TAG" scanning selection with simple add/delete
  • Instant access to Ch 16 and Ch 9 (or Call channel)
  • Dual/Tri watch
  • Auto weather (WX) scan and WX alert (USA version only)
  • Key lock function
  • 4-Step battery level indicator
  • Programmable beep sound for each button
  • Self-diagnosis feature
  • Wide selection of available options, including a waterproof speaker-microphone
  • Swivel belt clip included
  • Drop-in desktop charger supplied
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