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Product DescriptionThe Cobra MR HH125 Handheld VHF Radio is the perfect size for recreational boaters or for use as a backup. Waterproof to JIS-4 standards, this radio offers a large illuminated LCD display and keypad for use in low light. Features all NOAA weather channels, weather alert, and all US, Canadian, and International channels. Selectable 1 or 3-watt output. A noise-cancelling microphone with controls on the Cobra MR HH125 radio eliminates ambient noise and allows instant access to channels 16 and 9. Memory scan finds ongoing conversations on channels programmed into the memory. Button/key lock will lock function buttons and keys to prevent accidental change to the settings. Can be used with long-lasting rechargeable NiMH batteries or 5 standard AAA batteries (not included). Cobra MR HH125 VHF radio features battery saver circuitry that extends the life of the batteries. Designed with spring-loaded belt clip and speaker microphone jack. One-year warranty.
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Q:OK! Is this radio worth buying for recreational boating and getting weather info.?? Thanks!Asked on 7/2/2013 by Captain from North Alabama
Q:What is the max effective mile range for this VHF handheld???Asked on 5/17/2012 by Anonymous
Q:im looking for a handheld vhf so my wife can reach me when she is home and im in the boat always less than 4 miles from our home. will this radio serve this function? if not what setup would you reccomend. cell phones are out of the question. thanks, chesapeak bay commercial waterman.Asked on 5/14/2012 by mo from seaford,virginia
A:I WOULD RECOMMEND A HANDHELD THAT HAS 5 WATTS. THIS RADIO IS 1 TO 3 WATTS. 4 MILES IS QUITE A DISTANCE FOR A HAND HELD. I WOULD RECOMMEND A FIXED MOUNT VHF. WITH THE RIGHT ANTENNA 4 MILES IS A PIECE OF CAKE.Answered on 12/4/2012 by BUCKSHOT from FREDERICKSBURG, VA
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