Cobra’s All Terrain Radio Allows Communication On Both Land And Sea

From satellite TV to Wi-Fi, boats are now equipped with an array of tech gadgets. Even in the age of the fancy cell phone, Cobra’s MR HH425LI VP handheld radio, still holds its own as a vital communication link.

According to Cobra, users can switch seamlessly between VHF and GMRS bands with the push of a button. Allowing dual band receive and transmit, this All-Terrain-Radio lets operators conveniently make water or land-based contact, no matter where they are.

The first combination VHF/GMRS radio in the world, the MR HH425LI VP is fully submersible and complies with JIS7 standards.

A total of 1,815 privacy combinations are possible when its 15 GMRS channels are paired with its 121 privacy codes. The MR HH425LI VP provides instant access to national weather information, 24 hours a day, while also offering S.A.M.E. weather alert filtering.

Controls on the handheld provide instant access to channels 16 and 9 for emergencies. With tri-watch ability, it can also monitor three channels at once including 16, 9 and one user-selected channel.

Its long-lasting lithium-ion polymer battery provides longer talk times and maintenance-free operation. Power is adjustable to 1, 3 or 5W for short and long communication. Identifying callers is simple with this handheld, a user can assign up to 10 call tones.

Source: Cobra

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