The Cobra CXR825 Microtalk 30-Mile Radio is the World’s most compact high-powered GMRS/FRS radio with extended range. Be prepared for storms and emergencies with a built-in NOAA radio receiver. VibrAlert technology will notifiy you of a call in the noisiest of environments and voice-activated transmission capabilities free up your hands for other tasks. A total of 3124 channel combinations are To be had when the 22 channels are combined with the 142 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/104 DCS). The radios include rechargeable high capacity lithium ion batteries and a two-port desktop charger. The desktop charger wall adapter can also charge one radio through its speaker/microphone/charge jack. This product is great for climbing, or road trips! Don’t get caught out in the rain and buy your Cobra CXR825 30-Mile Radio these days! This package also features a Cobra GA-EBM2 Headset complete with an earbud that fits to your ear, and a small microphone that clips in your shirt. It fits all handheld radios that have a single accessory jack. If your radio has dual jacks (separate jacks for speaker and microphone), then click for the PMR-EBM. Note: Advertised range is only under ideal conditions; the use of fresh batteries and no obstruction between the radios. As a way to maximize the range make certain batteries are fully charged. Channels 8 to 14 are locked on low power per FCC regulations, so try the use of channels 1 to 7 or channels 15 to 22. Use inside of a building or car will reduce the signal range.
UHF/FM -Ultra-clear long distance reception.
As much as 30 Mile Range – Extended range capacity provides As much as 30 mile range. (Range will vary depending on terrain and conditions.)
Selectable Power Output – Make a choice from High Power to maximize range or Low Power to conserve battery life (in GMRS).
3124 Channel Combinations – To be had when the 22 channels are combined with the 142 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/104 DCS), these combinations prevent interference from other radios.
NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio – Be prepared for storms and emergencies with the built-in NOAA radio receiver providing coverage of all government operated weather channels.