Uniden® Atlantis 250 Handheld VHF Radio
Keep up with the weather and all the latest marine activity in all US, International and Canadian waters with the Uniden Atlantis 250 Handheld VHF Radio.
Rated 3 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hankandgina little disappointing for a hunter I bought these specifically for hunting in thick woods. I was hoping to get more range out of these than the normal UHF handheld radios. At best I get 1 mile range in the woods. I will say however I havent tried these on my boat, nor I have tried these in the winter when the woods arent so dense. I'm hoping I can get more range then. My wife hunts on the other side of our lease and with no cell phone service I need to be able to communicate with her. They do not have a headphone jack as well, so in deer season we will have to whisper to talk through these. I would have liked to have seen at least a 3 mile range with these. If you hunt in dense woods and far from your group, I'd look somewhere else, but if you hunt close to the group or will use these for boating, they should work. July 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by WayUpNorth A must for group hunting We now have 5 Uniden Atlantis radios in our household and have been hunting with them for at least 6 years. It is weather proof and has a silent option when scanning or opening the radio. Battery lasts all day plus you have the option of switching from your rechargeable to your alkaline pack in a matter of seconds... or plugging into your 4 wheeler with your DC adapter. Great transmittance in any weather for the distance allowed in group hunting. All of our hunting partners own one. Also a great way to keep in touch with our people at camp. *Reliable must for party hunting. April 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by docvet Great Product Had the product only 2 days when the power went out and I used it for weather information. Great reception and ease of use. I will definitely depend on it. May 13, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by jm2fly let me down I purchased this radio at the local Bass Pro in Hampton VA. The first time out in our kayak my son dipped the radio very quickly into water (he wanted to test it's waterproof claim). very shortly after that the radio began emitting a high pitch tone and ceased to work at all. Finally after more than 24 hours later, it stopped making this noise and resumed appearing "normal" again. What good is a marine "waterproof" radio if it quits working the minute it gets wet. If I flip in my kayak and get swept out to sea that's when I need it to work the most, not stop working, I will return this radio ASAP. I have already ordered the Standard Horizon model that floats. March 28, 2008