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2. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color
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3. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color
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4. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color
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6. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color
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7. Cherokee CBS 500 AM CB Base Station
8. Cherokee CBS 2100 AM / SSB CB
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9. Cherokee GR715 GMRS 15 Channel2-Way
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10. Cherokee GR715 GMRS 15 Channel
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11. Cherokee FR460 Micro 2-Way Radio
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12. Cherokee FR460 Micro 2-Way Radio
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13. Cherokee AH-100 40 Channel Hand
14. Cherokee FR-465 Plus VW Yellow

1. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color V-Neck T-Shirt - Full Bloom (XL)
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Asin: B0006NIHQU
Catlog: Apparel
Department: womens
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Features

  • Simple, soft tee
  • Bright, modern color
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash; imported

2. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color V-Neck T-Shirt - Full Bloom (M)
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Asin: B0006NIHOW
Catlog: Apparel
Department: womens
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Features

  • Simple, soft tee
  • Bright, modern color
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash; imported

3. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color V-Neck T-Shirt - Full Bloom (L)
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Asin: B0006NIHPQ
Catlog: Apparel
Department: womens
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Features

  • Simple, soft tee
  • Bright, modern color
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash; imported

4. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color V-Neck T-Shirt - Mirror Lake (L)
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Asin: B0006NUNHQ
Catlog: Apparel
Department: womens
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Features

  • Simple, soft tee
  • Bright, modern color
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash; imported

5. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color V-Neck T-Shirt - Mirror Lake (S)
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Asin: B0006NUNF8
Catlog: Apparel
Department: womens
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Features

  • Simple, soft tee
  • Bright, modern color
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash; imported

6. Women's Short-Sleeve Solid-Color V-Neck T-Shirt - Mirror Lake (M)
list price: $8.99
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Asin: B0006NUNG2
Catlog: Apparel
Department: womens
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Features

  • Simple, soft tee
  • Bright, modern color
  • 100% cotton
  • Machine wash; imported

7. Cherokee CBS 500 AM CB Base Station

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Asin: B0002D6KC2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 48393
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Product Description

A Base Station CB with 40 channel/AM operation. A complete LCD information center shows all operation modes, frequency readout, channel indication and visual icons. The CBS-500 offers 4 push button controls for memory preset locations, dual watch, noise ... Read more


8. Cherokee CBS 2100 AM / SSB CB Radio Base Station

Asin: B0002D6KBS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
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Product Description

CBS-2100 features Clear Drive Circuitry which provides a cleaner and clearer transmission, 4 watt power output on AM and 12 watt power output on SSB, Public Address, roger beep, and more! ... Read more


9. Cherokee GR715 GMRS 15 Channel2-Way Radio (Black)
list price: $279.95
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Asin: B000056SKN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 38736
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Whether it's a hiking trip or a day at an amusement park, sometimes you need more than a mile or so of range from a two-way radio. The Cherokee GR-715 gives you the power of General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), plus lots of useful two-way features.

Cell phones are great, but they don't always work in remote areas or enclosed spaces like malls or department stores. GMRS radios are especially useful in situations like hiking or skiing where a cell phone would be inconvenient and expensive. With a GMRS radio, just push the call button and your voice is heard instantly on a compatible radio.

General Mobile Radio Service gives radio users more flexibility and reach. The catch is that you need a $45 license from the FCC to use GMRS. However, one license covers the entire family, so it can be cost-effective in exchange for the greater range.

A GRMS radio operates on the UHF-FM spectrum with the same technology used by police, fire, and other agencies. The Cherokee GR-715 gives you access to 8 GMRS channels and 7 channels shared with Family Radio Service (FRS), a non-licensed, short-range service.

In addition to the basic 15 channels, the Cherokee GR-715 has 47 CTCSS subchannels, or privacy codes. CTCSS codes are actually tones that "code" and "decode" a signal, allowing the people in your group to transmit on the same channel without having to listen to other radio traffic on the same channel. Note that these privacy codes won't keep others from listening to you--FRS users without a CTCSS code-enabled radio can still hear your transmissions. (For more about privacy codes, see our Two-Way Radio Buying Guide.)

When using a GMRS radio, expect reception to be affected by the terrain--thick woods, buildings, and electrical sources will cut your range. However, if you're transmitting to another radio from a mountaintop or other high point, you could reach someone within a range of up to five miles away.

The Cherokee GR-715's channel scan feature allows you to search available frequencies for a clear channel and monitor activity from other transmitting radios. The channel lock guards against the accidental pressing of buttons, and the talk-confirmation tone lets you signal anyone in your party with a distinctive tone.

For hunting, biking, or other outdoor activities, a GMRS two-way radio like the Cherokee GR-715 can be a lifesaver. With its extended range, long-lasting battery, and handy features, the GR-715 is an excellent introduction to the fun and convenience of GRMS radios. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-way General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) radio
  • Up to 5-mile range
  • 15 selectable channels--8 GMRS channels and 7 shared FRS channels
  • 47 privacy codes
  • Backlit LCD display

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Much better than FRS
I've been comparing FRS radios for some time now and found that what the manufacturer touts as five mile range is not always so. I am also an amateur radio operator and have been curious about how well the GMRS radios perform in the field. So far I have tried three kinds. The Motorola Spirit (1 watt) the Cobra PR 900 and now the Cherokee GR715. The Motorola Spirit has a good range for 1 watt as well as some handy features. I do think that this one will provide at least twice the range as FRS radios. I've been able to talk to a friend while in the country as they were driving in town say (3-4 miles). The Spirit is GMRS only so don't expect to chat with your FRS buddies.

The PR 900 had many features such as vox and scan and BIG lighted display. However, the range did not seem any better than my Ranger Plus FRS radios. Dissapointing. They were returned.

As to the Cherokee GR715 I performed the following tests. Bench testing with digital watt meter into a dummy load showed the GR715 putting out more than 4 times more power than one of my other 500 milliwatt radios. The GR715 battery pack consists of 6 Nickle Metal Hydroxide batteries which yeilds around 8 volts. Alkaline batteries would yield 9 volts. Frankly this is a BIG deal. What most people overlook is the fact that you cannot expect a full two watts out running on 3 or 4 AAA batteries. It is possible to get it but the trade off will be a huge drain on batteries. This is based on the flow of current formula P/E=I. So it is no shocker to read reviews of combo FRS/GMRS radios which sport tiny battery packs that don't live up to the range promises. There's just not enough voltage and current to deliver the wattage output ExI=P. Look at most commercial radios as well as amateur handhelds. The recharge power packs are BIG. That's no accident. The bigger the battery tank the more juice to transmit and longer standby time. I found the GR715 range increase over my FRS easily twice the distance. Also be aware there are other considerations when buying a GMRS. Is the antenna removable? (FRS radios are not allowed to have removable antennas) If you antenna does not unscrew then there is a good chance the radio was built for FRS not GMRS standards) Also there is a 500 MW power limit on FRS radios. Actually licensed GMRS users can legally run as much as 50 watts of transmit power. There are also some outstanding prices on this radio. I suggest looking around. For the money I could not pass this radio up. I spent the same amount on each one that I spent on my first Motorolla FRS when they first entered the market. I still have more field testing to do on this rig but so far I think it's a keeper. There are other GMRS radios that are reported to have slightly better range such as the Motorolla Distance Plus (2 watt) but for the price,features and ease of use the GR715 is hard to beat.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good value when you need more range
I have used the product for about one month. Range is better than standard FRS units but not as good as professional GMRS models. Build quality so far is good and the features are nice. I tried a few add-on antennas (Pryme RD-9 was one)to see if I could increase the range. So far, the antenna that comes with the unit does the best job (I am no radio engineer so don't take my results too seriously!). I also have the Audiovox GMRS 1525. The Cherokee is the much better choice (but I would still recommend the Audiovox over a FRS-only model as the range is better). It has better range, better batteries and offers more features and build quality. Remember, your 2-way is only as good as the weakest 2-way in the group so be sure to buy two!The GMRS frequencies are the way to go as the FRS-only ones get too crowded. However, be sure to follow the FCC rules when broadcasting to keep the frequencies uncluttered.

4-0 out of 5 stars An Appealing Design!
The GR715 is a very appealing, compact and solid-designed radio! External buttoms easy to use and set. Transmission performance, is limited to about 1 mile. In the city the range was about one mile, very clear up to that point, then static and choppy audio. In the field (Liberty State Park, Jersey City NJ) the range was somewhat greater! However, reading most ads-"range up to 5 miles"- is an exaggeration! Would an extended range antenna be a solution?

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Range!
I am very pleased with this product. I use it when i got snowboarding and it has worked when i was on the other side of the mountain. This is a life saver!! Thanks Cherokee ... Read more


10. Cherokee GR715 GMRS 15 Channel 2-Way Radio (Hardwoods )
list price: $299.95
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Asin: B000056SKO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 53389
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Whether it's a hiking trip or a day at an amusement park, sometimes you need more than a mile or so of range from a two-way radio. The Cherokee GR-715 gives you the power of General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS), plus lots of useful two-way features.

Cell phones are great, but they don't always work in remote areas or in enclosed spaces like malls or department stores. GMRS radios are especially useful in situations like hiking or skiing where a cell phone would be inconvenient and expensive. With a GMRS radio, just push the call button and your voice is heard instantly on a compatible radio.

General Mobile Radio Service gives radio users more flexibility and reach. The catch is that you need a $45 license from the FCC to use GMRS. However, one license covers the entire family, so it can be cost-effective in exchange for the greater range.

A GRMS radio operates on the UHF-FM spectrum with the same technology used by police, fire, and other agencies. The Cherokee GR-715 gives you access to 8 GMRS channels and 7 channels shared with Family Radio Service (FRS), a non-licensed, short-range service.

In addition to the basic 15 channels, the Cherokee GR-715 has 47CTCSS subchannels, or privacy codes. CTCSS codes are actually tones that "code" and "decode" a signal, allowing the people in your group to transmit on the same channel without having to listen to other radio traffic on the same channel. Note that these privacy codes won't keep others from listening to you--FRS users without a CTCSS code-enabled radio can still hear your transmissions. (For more about privacy codes, see our Two-Way Radio Buying Guide.)

When using a GMRS radio, expect reception to be affected by theterrain--thick woods, buildings, and electrical sources will cut your range. However, if you're transmitting to another radio from a mountaintop or other high point, you could reach someone within a range of up to five miles away.

The Cherokee GR-715's channel scan feature allows you to search available frequencies for a clear channel and monitor activity from other transmitting radios. The channel lock guards against the accidental pressing of buttons, and the talk-confirmation tone lets you signal anyone in your party with a distinctive tone.

For hunting, biking, or other outdoor activities, a GMRS two-way radio like the Cherokee GR-715 can be a lifesaver. With its extended range,long-lasting battery, and handy features, the GR-715 is an excellentintroduction to the fun and convenience of GRMS radios. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-way General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) radio
  • Up to 5-mile range
  • 15 selectable channels--8 GMRS channels and 7 shared FRS channels
  • 47 privacy codes
  • Backlit LCD display

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not near as good as expected
I got a chance to try out my radios this weekend on a road trip to Mississippi.The up to 5 miles line of sight statement is simply not true with my radios.We were traveling in two cars each with a radio.There was times when I could see the other car about 1 1/2 to 2 miles ahead and we could not talk to each other due to a broken up siglal.I even held the radio out the window.The manufacturers must have poor vision because I can't see well and I could not get reception in line of sight distances.If we were close enough to see peoples heads in the car we could talk. I dont understand why manufacturers cant just tell the truth.They could state that it is posible but very very unlikely that you will get 5 miles out of this radio.....The good part is they have a good camo job on them and all their buttons work well. ... Read more


11. Cherokee FR460 Micro 2-Way Radio (Yellow)
list price: $139.95
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Asin: B000056SKM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 43693
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Cherokee FR-460 two-way radio is as small as a pager yet packed withfeatures. You don't need an FCC license to use this Family Radio Service (FRS)radio, which transmits on 14 channels with 47 privacy codes per channel.Features include channel scan and a keypad lock to ensure you don't accidentallyhit the talk button. Priority scan allows you to program in three channels toscan.

View your channel information on the backlit LCD screen with a battery gauge.This radio runs on three AAA alkaline batteries or a rechargeable NiMH batterypack, sold separately. This radio measures 2 by 3 by 0.75 inches and weighs 4.5ounces. It is covered by a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Microsized Family Radio Service (FRS) radio
  • Up to 2-mile range
  • 14 channels with 47 privacy codes
  • Features priority scan to monitor up to 3 different channels
  • Automatic power-save circuitry

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Oldie but goodie
This radio is no longer manufactured since cherokee (wireless marketing) went out of business in 1999. A company called entel in europe makes the same radio today only in europe. It is called the eurowave and operates on the licence free pmr446 frequencies. When the radio arrived it would not turn on. Since there was no possibility of warranty I took the radio apart and discovered that the battery contacts were not installed properly. Now it works fine. The radios is constructed well and audio is clear. I like the small size. On the downside it used AAA batteries which do not last as long as the AA batteries. I use rechargeable AAA nimh batteries which work fine. All around great radio...too bad it is no longer manufactured. ... Read more


12. Cherokee FR460 Micro 2-Way Radio (Black)
list price: $139.95
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Asin: B000056SKL
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 40232
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Cherokee FR-460 two-way radio is as small as a pager yet packed withfeatures. You don't need an FCC license to use this Family Radio Service (FRS)radio, which transmits on 14 channels with 47 privacy codes per channel.Features include channel scan and a keypad lock to ensure you don't accidentallyhit the talk button. Priority scan allows you to program in three channels toscan.

View your channel information on the backlit LCD screen with a battery gauge.This radio runs on three AAA alkaline batteries or a rechargeable NiMH batterypack, sold separately. This radio measures 2 by 3 by 0.75 inches and weighs 4.5ounces. It is covered by a one-year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Microsized Family Radio Service (FRS) radio
  • Up to 2-mile range
  • 14 channels with 47 privacy codes
  • Features priority scan to monitor up to 3 different channels
  • Automatic power-save circuitry

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cherokee FR 460, review.
The Cherokee FR460, what a great family two-way radio. It's got everything you need to communicate to your friends and family on a days outting. Whether it's skiing, biking, hiking, or any other activity, this radio is perfect. 16 channels and 47 CTCs there is no way that you will find it a problem with too many people using your channel, it's so easy to change channel if you need to. And if you're worried about it falling apart then let me reasure you, it will last even through the hardest of treatment. As a family radio I am very happy to have purchased myself a pair, they have proved themselves time and time again. ... Read more


13. Cherokee AH-100 40 Channel Hand Held Sideband CB Radio
list price: $259.95
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Asin: B000297RIM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 12396
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Features

  • Complete 40 channel AM/USB/LSB operation.
  • Only 6 1/2 inches tall. A true revolution in design.
  • Digital LCD display provides complete operation information, including both channel and frequency readout.
  • Slide-out battery system uses sealed "AA" Nickel-Cadmium battery pack.
  • Battery life enhancement circuitry dramatically extends talk time between charges.

14. Cherokee FR-465 Plus VW Yellow Portable Family Radio

Asin: B0002DG1RG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cherokee
Sales Rank: 56180
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Features

  • Radio is less than 4" tall and only 2 1/4" wide. Easily fits into any pocket.
  • Yellow color combined with a silicon rubber textured cabinet.
  • All 14 of the FCC approved channels the FRS operation
  • Full .5 watt power output, which is the maximum allowed by the FCC.
  • Automatically adjusts the power consumption of the radio to maximize the life of your batteries.

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