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Rebate Cobra HH450 Camo Handheld VHF/GMRS Floating Radio - Realtree MAX-4


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Cobra's® HH450 Realtree MAX-4® Camo Handheld VHF/GMRS Floating Radio is an all-terrain, all-in-one, marine VHF, GMRS 2-way radio with a floating design that makes it easy to retrieve if dropped overboard. A rapid charger makes charging quick and easy. The HH450 receives NOAA weather and weather alerts. A Rewind-Say-Again feature uses a digital voice recorder to replay missed VHF calls. What's more, this submersible handheld radio has 1,815 GMRS privacy combinations, a spring-loaded belt clip, and an AC/DC charging stand. Includes a AA battery tray and both AC and DC adapters. Size: 4.8" x 2.66" x 2.1". Manufacturer's 3-year limited warranty.

  • For use on boats, ATVs, snowmobiles, and road trips
  • Submersible
  • NOAA weather and weather alerts
  • Rewind-Say-Again®
  • 1,815 GMRS privacy combinations
  • Rapid charger
  • AC/DC charging stand with contacts
  • Spring-loaded belt clip
  • Includes AA battery tray
  • Includes both AC and DC adapters

Manufacturer model #: MR HH450 CAMO.

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Jury still out Purchased one today, plan to use it on the water and around town. Looks and feels solid enough, but haven't dropped it yet. Antenna is always a weak point, so we'll see... the belt clip looks delicate and has its release tab exposed, so trimmed the tab flush. There is no loop for a carabiner so it will live in a mesh pocket. Has good sound quality and volume. Control interface is well laid out, with intuitive menus. Scrolling through VHF channels is a pain, but unlimited presets let you store favourites, and the 16/9 button cycles back to your selected working channel. The SCAN feature will also scan across bands, so you can watch both VHF and GMRS channels. The radio can not use FRS channels. The buttons are sensitive, but the main keys can be disabled with the lock feature. The mic is clear, but VERY noisy when you gently blow across it, so I worry about wind noise using this in an emergency out on the water. Wrapping the radio in a sock is one fix, but Cobra should add something into the grill to better manage wind noise. I like that the aux mic jack is threaded and maintains the JiS-7 waterproofing rating, BUT the jack is a proprietary 2.5mm threaded connector that only Cobra seems to support, so there are NO aftermarket accessories available. Cobra makes the CM 330-001 speaker/mic for their marine VHF line, which fits this radio, but no headsets, neck microphones, etc. so they should get with the industry and use a 3.5mm threaded jack so users can buy in the aftermarket. If the CM 330-001 is as noisy as the built in mic I will be more than disappointed. If you're out on a calm day, this will make a great radio. 6w power should have good punch, but if you want to be understood in harsh conditions make sure you deal with the windy mic. March 5, 2014
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A 5 watt handheld will communicate approximately 7 miles to another handheld, or
approximately 20 miles to a well-equipped shore station.
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VHF is line of sight only, so handhelds are limited by height. Expect 5 to 10 miles on high power standing in small boats.
GMRS is higher frequency, so bend even less around corners, ridges, etc. The higher power will punch through radio interference better than FRS, but not rocks and trees. Expect about the same range as VHF, unless you are going mountaintop to mountaintop.
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