HX100

Standard Horizon HX100 2.5W Floating Handheld VHF - 2-Pack

Standard Horizon HX100 2.5W Floating Handheld VHF - 2-Pack
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HX100 Floating 2.5 Watt Handheld VHF Twin-Pack

The floating HX100 Twin-Pack has it all; featuring an updated slim, form fitting case design, oversized easy to read LCD and backlit keypad, the HX100 looks and feels great at a fraction of the cost of comparable VHF radios. Upgraded with a Ni-MH battery, these VHF's will give you a full days worth of operating time. Other great features include; Programmable Scan, Dual Watch, Ch16 Priority Scan; NOAA weather channels with weather alert, selectable 2.5 and 1 Watt transmit power, and a battery life indicator. The HX100's are value packaged with 700mAh non memory rechargeable batteries, belt clips, 110 VAC trickle charger and a drop-in charging cradle capable of charging both radios at the same time. The HX100 is backed by an industry leading 3-year waterproof warranty.

Features:
  • Floating
  • Submersible IPX8 (4.92' or 1.5M for 30 minutes)
  • Slim, form fitting case design
  • More than 7.5 hours of battery life
  • E2O (Easy To Operate) menu system
  • Selectable 2.5 and 1 Watt transmit power output
  • Supplied with a 700 mAh Ni-MH battery, 110 VAC chargers and a charging cradle
  • Huge channel display
  • All USA, International and Canadian Marine Channels
  • Programmable Scan, Priority Scan and Dual Watch
  • NOAA Weather channels and Weather Alert
  • Key lock
  • Squelch level on display
  • Battery life indicator
  • 3 Year Waterproof Warranty


Material: Polycarbonate housing
Controls: 9-button keypad
Scanning Modes: Programmable Scan, Priority Scan and Dual Watch
Weather Alert: Yes
Antenna: Flexible whip
Transmit Power: 2.5/1 Watt
Battery Life: More than 7 hours
Waterproof Meets IPX8, submersible 4.92ft (1.5m) for 30 minutes
Dimensions: 2.32"W x 5"H x 1.34"D
Display Type: LCD
Screen Size: 1.5"W x .9"H
Weight: 13.4oz
Included Equipment: 700 mAh Ni-MH rechargeable battery pack, charging cradle, 110VAC chargers, antenna and belt clip
Warranty: 3 years, including water damage, after warranty a $65 flat rate covers the repair
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Standard Horizon HX100 2.5W Floating Handheld VHF - 2-Pack HX100 STANDARD HORIZON HX100 2.5W PAIR
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