Cobra® MR HH125 Waterproof VHF Radio

   

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  • Select 1 or 3 Watts for short or long-range communication
  • Large, bright LCD screen
  • All ten NOAA weather channels
  • Waterproof–meets JIS4 standards
  • Includes spring loaded belt clip
  • Includes rechargeable NiMH batteries
  • Size: 4'' H x 2.4'' W x 1.2'' L
Offering a rugged, waterproof design, the Cobra MR HH125 Waterproof VHF Radio is ideal for recreational boaters or as a portable backup on larger boats. The MR HH125 Waterproof VHF Radio is designed to allow users to select between 1 or 3 Watts for optimal short or long-range communication. Built-in NOAA channels and weather alert provide 24-hour access to local weather information. The backlit LCD and keypad allow the MR HH125 Waterproof VHF Radio to be used in low light conditions and will shut-off automatically to conserve battery power. Packaged with long-lasting rechargeable NiMH batteries, the MR HH125 VHF can also be powered with five standard AAA alkaline batteries (not included) in emergencies. Includes spring loaded belt clip for convenience.
Rated 2.7 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Quality lacking when I got this in the mail I was disappointed when I opened it and realized how small and light it was. It felt very cheap and not that durable. I have used it twice since and it works like it should, just afraid of dropping it and having it break. Only time will tell. July 1, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Not waterProof Took it out once it never went in the ocean but it did rain it stopped working due to water damaged it is says waterproof on it but the is rating begs to differ returned it and got a radio with a is7 cert August 16, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by good enough using on L. Mich without faults for scan and weather. superb. can charge right in the boat or on trip to lake. April 4, 2012
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the coast guard have very good antennas for both receive and transmit. if you are going to be going out 15 miles at most yes. other than that id just have this as a second radio or as a backup should your mounted radio go bad or you need to ditch the ship for any reason
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It features instant access to emergency Channel 16 and calling Channel 9 as well as NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) All Hazards Radio with Alert that can be accessed by pressing one (1) button.

Manual: https://www.cobra.com/Manuals/MRHH125_MANL_ENG_C.pdf

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2 way marine radio
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This is a marine radio, which if the other person you want to speak to has a VHF radios and you use the same channel it would work as a two-way radio. Thanks
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Cobra MR HH125 Handheld VHF radio
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AA and keep some in your boat tool box but never had rechargers go dead yet for hours on L. Mich. They charge within the talkie....
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It comes standard with a removable spring loaded belt clip, lanyard and DC cigarette lighter charger, and is packaged with long-lasting rechargeable NiMH batteries. It can also be used with 5 standard AAA alkaline batteries in emergencies.
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on land yes. on a boat on the water no
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No, it does not require a license to operate but it is recommended that you use "proper" radio procedures. This is not you cell phone.
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An FCC ship station license is no longer required for any vessel traveling in U.S.A. waters
which uses a VHF marine radio, RADAR, or EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating
Radio Beacon), and which is not required to carry radio equipment. However, any vessel
required to carry a marine radio on an international voyage, carrying an HF single side
band radiotelephone, or carrying a marine satellite terminal must obtain a station license.
FCC license forms and applications for ship and land stations can be downloaded
through the Internet at www.fcc.gov. Forms can also be obtained by calling the FCC
at 888-225-5322.
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has about 80 channels incl special key for 16. scans them all and reacts instantly upon signal reception.
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Number of Channels: All U.S., Canadian, International and
NOAA Weather Channels. Three (3) sets of VHF channels have been established for marine use in the U.S.A., Canada and the rest of the world (International). View Owner's Manual for Channels.
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