(2) COBRA CXT395 MicroTalk 23 Mile 22 Ch Walkie Talkie 2-Way Radios w/ Headsets

Sale Price: $59.99
(as of 11/21/2018 08:20 UTC - Details)
Product Description
Product Features

The Cobra CXT395 has a compact design with up to 23-mile range. With weather alerts be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver. Voice-activated (VOX) transmission frees hands for other tasks. Five selectable tones will distinguish between different parties for incoming calls. The Cobra CXT395 MicroTalk 23-Mile Radios are the perfect radio for travel, as the belt clip fits comfortably and efficiently at your side. The LCD display is easy to see and provides a quick glance of the radio’s status, and the Speaker/Microphone/Charger Jack allows you to plug in. This product also contains the Cobra GA-EBM2 headsets, that includes an earbud that fits in your ear, and a small microphone that clips on 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; using fresh batteries and no obstruction between the radios. In order to maximize the range make sure batteries are fully charged. Channels 8 to 14 are locked on low power per FCC regulations, so try using 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
  • Up to a 23 mile range (depends on terrain & conditions)
  • 2662 Channel Combinations: Available when the 22 channels are combined with the 142 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/104 DCS), these combinations prevent interference from other radios.
  • NOAA Weather and Emergency Radio: Be prepared for storms and emergencies with the built-in NOAA radio receiver providing coverage of all government operated weather channels.
  • NOAA Weather Alert: In the event of a major storm or other weather condition, NOAA broadcasts a 1050 Hz tone that this microTALK radio can detect and warn you of a weather alert condition. The radio will emit a tone when weather alert signals are received