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Cobra MR HH600 Floating GPS Bluetooth VHF Radio

Item# 252-MRHH600FLTGPSBT-AF | Model# MRHH600FLTGPSBT | Added on May 17, 2017 |
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Cobra MR HH600 Floating GPS Bluetooth VHF Radio
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Trust your safety to Cobras MR HH600 Floating GPS Bluetooth VHF Radio. Digital Selective Calling (DSC) lets you send a distress signal at the press of an illuminated button. Integrated GPS receiver displays your coordinates on screen, and automatically sends GPS information with any DSC call. Bluetooth technology lets you make and receive phone calls while keeping your phone safely stored in a dry bag. Buoyant design makes it easy to fish out if it gets dropped overboard, while an IPX8 waterproof rating ensures it will still work, too. Burp features vibrates to shake excess water out of the speaker grill. Switch between 1-, 3- and 6-watt VHF communication. Rewind-Say-Again lets you playback missed VHF calls. Built-in light flashes when dropped in the water. Keep on top of weather conditions with 10 NOAA channels along with visual and audible alerts when threatening weather is close. Man Over Board (MOB) feature marks position. Noise-canceling microphone, basic navigation features, external speaker or microphone jack, instant access to emergency channels, NMEA 0183 output, unlimited memory channels, three-channel scan, button lock, illuminated keys, customizable key tones and a large, easy-to-read LCD screen. Includes rechargeable battery, desktop charging cradle, alkaline battery tray for use with alkaline batteries, AC adapter, 12-volt DC plug, NMEA 0183 output cable, replacement antenna and a spring-loaded belt clip. Manufacturers three-year warranty. Cancer and ... read more
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