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Cobra Hands-Free Walkie Talkie

Item# 252-ACT220B-AF | Model# ACT220B | Added on October 19, 2018 |
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Cobra Hands-Free Walkie Talkie
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Description
Preparedness can mean needing to be able to talk while keeping both hands free at the same time. Check both boxes with the Cobra Hands-Free Walkie Talkie. This innovative evolution of the walkie talkie uses voice prompts for audio feedback on operation, letting you keep in contact while keeping doubly dextrous. Use this convenient communicator while assessing damage, working on mechanical parts, cleaning up or any task that requires both hands. UHF/FM ultraclear long-distance reception provides up to 12-mile range in optimal conditions. This uncompromising walkie talkie accommodates all 22 channels and works with other GMRS/FRS radios for ultimate readiness and compatibility. Roger Beep indicates completion of the users transmission and a keystroke tone signal allows extra modes of relaying information. A speaker/microphone/charger jack provides convenient versatility, and the micro-USB charger brings your Cobra Hands-Free Walkie Talkie back to full power quicker than ordinary handheld radios. An included, turnable belt clip allows easy affixing. IPX4 water- and splash-resistant to withstand unexpected conditions. Runs up to 10 hours on rechargeable built-in lithium-polymer battery (included). 2.39H x 2.36W x 1.22D. Wt:0.6 lbs. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Type: Two-Way Radios.
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