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Kestrel Blue Ocean Megaphones

Kestrel Blue Ocean Megaphones

Description

The Kestrel Blue Ocean Megaphones are designed for military, fire and police departments and other who need to be heard by a large crowd.

Features

  • Waterproof and floats
  • Removable bumper to customize look and add protection
  • Large dial volume and power buttons for easy adjustment and control
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$495.00
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$399.04
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Blue Ocean Megaphone

The Blue Ocean megaphone is the the latest product developed by Nielsen Kellerman, the manufacturer of all Kestrel weather meters. The Blue Ocean is the most durable, weather resistant bullhorn you will find. It was uniquely designed and carefully built to defy severe weather that commonly ruin other megaphones; corrosion, cracking, breaking, and water damage. This megaphone is waterproof, and actually floats if accidentally dropped in the water. The two handles on the Blue Ocean increases the durability, as well as make it easier to handle than the typical megaphone.

Features:

  • Rechargeable battery - no more money wasted on new batteries
  • Optimal shape designed to deliver the loudest, clearest sound
  • Siren and horn buttons
  • Reliable, portable and easy to use
  • Completely assembled in the USA
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Kestrel Blue Ocean Megaphones 0100TAN Blue ocean megaphone, tan/olive
$399.04
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Kestrel Blue Ocean Megaphones 0100BLU Blue ocean megaphone, white/blue
$399.04
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