Standard Horizon HX300 Floating Handheld VHF

Standard Horizon HX300 Floating Handheld VHF
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HX300 Floating Handheld VHF

The HX300 is an extremely compact 5W handheld VHF radio. If dropped overboard, a flashing strobe light is activated to help recover the unit. Key features include programmable scan, priority scan, tri-watch and dual-watch functions, 10-channel presets, 600mW internal audio speaker, and easily operated menu. NOAA weather channels.

  • Floating
  • Submersible IPX8 - 5FT for 30 minutes
  • 5 Watt transmit power
  • Unique USB charging system
  • E2O (Easy To Operate) menu system
  • Volume & squech indication on the display
  • Water activated LED light
  • Preset Key (Maximum 10 channels)
  • Preset channel scan function
  • 600 mW loud internal speaker audio
  • NOAA Weather channels
  • Programmable Scan, Priority Scan, Dual watch and Tri Watch
  • Supplied with 1560 mAh 3.7V Li-Ion Battery, AC USB Plug and charging cable
  • Belt clip
  • Dimensions: 2.3"H x 5"H x 1.3"D

Compact Case Design
Compact, ergonomic case design is a result of the new ultra small, large capacity 1650 mAh 3.7V Lithium Ion battery technology. This gives the radio a much smaller case design yet light enough to float face up if dropped in the water

Water Activated Flashing LED
If the HX300 accidentally goes overboard a flashing RED LED is automatically
activated to help locate and retrive the radio at night.

E2O Easy To Operate Menu System
New intuitive menu system allows easy access to all of the setup functions of the radio, making it easy to customize settings based on the preferences of the user

USB Charging Technology
Supplied with a USB charging cable with 110VAC adapter providing more flexibility when recharging the battery

It's Built Better So It's Backed Better
Because the HX300 is built better, it's backed better. If your Standard Horizon HX300 ever fails for any reason including water damage during normal use in the first 3 years, Standard Horizon will repair or replace it free, without hassle or charges.period! If it fails thereafter under normal use, the product is covered by Standard Horizon's Lifetime Flat Rate Service Program.
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