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1. Cobra GPSM 3000 Nav One Mobile
$93.99 $93.65 list($159.95)
2. Cobra 75WXST Weatherband CB Radio
$94.99 $76.89 list($119.95)
3. Cobra HH Road Trip Hand Held CB
$261.95 list($349.99)
4. Cobra GPS 1000 DLX 4 MB Global
$124.00 list($219.99)
5. Cobra 29WXNWST NightWatch CB Radio
$71.37 list($119.99)
6. Cobra HH38WXST Hand Held CB 10
$36.99 $34.95 list($59.99)
7. Cobra MicroTALK PR245-2VP GMRS
$43.89 list($109.95)
8. Cobra PR 3000VP GMRS 2-Way Radio
$1,044.99 list($1,299.99)
9. Cobra GPSM 3080 Nav One Mobile
$96.99 list($149.95)
10. Cobra MR-HH300VP Marine Vhf Hand
$96.93
11. Cobra 29-LTD Classic CB Radio
$199.99 $172.38 list($289.95)
12. Cobra 148NWST Single Side Band
$62.17 list($109.99)
13. Cobra 18WXSTII Weatherband CB
$78.40
14. Cobra 25-LTD Classic CB Radio
$59.99 $35.99 list($99.99)
15. Cobra PR 350VP GMRS 2-Way Radio
$44.99 $42.19 list()
16. Cobra 19DXIV 40-Channel Mobile
$72.99 $68.45 list()
17. Neon Illuminated 40 Channel CB
$49.99 $39.99 list($69.99)
18. Cobra MicroTALK PR3100-2DX GMRS
$40.99 list($59.95)
19. Cobra MR-HH90 Marine Vhf Hand
$49.95 list($89.95)
20. Cobra FRS115 Frosty Maraschino

1. Cobra GPSM 3000 Nav One Mobile Navigation System
list price: $1,199.99
our price: $1,099.99
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Asin: B0002DRK7Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 6904
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Features

  • Plug-'n'-go portable vehicle navigation system with built-in mapping database
  • Automatic navigation with turn-by-turn directions and multilingual voice guidance
  • Street-level detail map features 48 contiguous U.S. states, Hawaii, and major Canadian metropolitan areas
  • 2 million points of interest; no CDs or downloads necessary; includes altimeter and compass
  • 5.2-inch high-resolution ultra-bright color display; USB 2.0 interface

2. Cobra 75WXST Weatherband CB Radio
list price: $159.95
our price: $93.99
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Asin: B00005N5WW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 1331
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This sleek, compact mobile CB radio can quickly and accurately scan through all 40 CR channels. The easy-to-read LCD display shows the channel number, incoming signal strength, and RE power output in digital or normal CB channel readout. The radio can pick up 10 NOAA Weather Radio channels so you always have up-to-the-minute weather news. Its Dual Watch function allows simultaneous monitoring of 2 channels. The unique design unifies microphone and radio into one piece, so the entire CB radio can fit easily into your hand orcan be nicely tucked away under a dashboard. The Cobra 25 WX ST also provides instant access to emergency channel 9 for emergency announcements. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 CB channels
  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels
  • Clearer transmissions and less-noisy reception
  • Unified design; CB fits in your hand
  • Channel scan

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars "Breaker one-nine. . ."
Yeah, 10-4, good buddy, I've got a Cobra by the head. That's right: the Cobra Weatherband CB Radio.

By the way, what's your twenty? I just passed a hungry bear with a radar gun over by the 299 marker, and it's not Krispy Kremes he's cravin'.

Say, this Cobra radio's got 40 channels. Let's drop down to channel one-five, 10-4? It's easy for me to do, good buddy, 'cause all of the controls are right here on my handset. Why, this radio's as sweet as the pickled pig's feet you can order at Paul's Pork Palace on the state line.

What's that? Come back, good buddy, you say you want to know what the weather's gonna do? You're in luck, 'cause my Cobra CB radio has access to 10 weather channels. Looks like we got a squall line formin' right on our backside; you'd best put the petal to the metal and catch up with us or you're gonna get wet. And don't worry about that pesky bear: I'm westbound in my Freightliner, along with two bullhaulers and Krazy Ken, who's drivin' a tankard full of diesel. We got us a little convoy, 10-4, so you bring your little Chevy in here with us and we'll be your rockin' chair!

So come on up, good buddy, and I'll tell you more about my Cobra Weatherband CB Radio. Remember to keep the bugs off your grill and the lot lizards off your tail, and let's roll this truckin' convoy!

5-0 out of 5 stars Quite a Handful
The Cobra 75 WX ST Weatherband CB provides an incredible amount of functionality in a very small package. Installation is fast and easy - with a couple tools, your antenna mounted, and little skill, you can have this radio up and running in an hour or two.

CB radios are limited to low-power broadcasting at 4 watts or less. This radio provides maximum power allowed by law and is capable of some pretty incredible range under the right conditions. With a properly tuned, high-quality antenna, I have had coversations with others using the same radio up to 9 miles away. Under normal circumstances, 1-2 miles is more realistic.

As for features, this one has several:

- Scan (all 40 channels in sequence)
- Dual Scan (two channels of your choice)
- Memory
- Lock (so the hand controls don't get reset by accident)
- Weatherband (10 NOAA frequencies)
- Last 3 channels
- SoundTracker (like Dolby noise reduction)

I use mine in a 1999 Jeep Wrangler where there is little extra space for another device. It fits perfectly on my console with the small box hidden away inside.

I can listen to truckers while I am on the highway, talk to my friends when we go off-highway, or scan the channels for both when driving to and from the trails. In the two years I have used mine, it has never given me any problems. It is very sturdy and should stand up to hard use.

I purchased the optional external speaker so that it would be easier to hear but many people find the unit works well right out of the box!

There might be bigger, badder CB's out there, but this one is a peach!

5-0 out of 5 stars A MUST HAVE CB Radio - GET ONE!!!!
After researching CB radios to put in my 4x4 for an extended 3 week road trip/off road trip, I purchased this CB radio 1 1/2 years ago because it takes up very little space and it has all of the controls conveniently integerated into the handset/speaker. (perfect for manual transmission drivers like me) Also, it has a weather radio (which picks up transmissions from the National Weather Service around the US), which some other models I considered did not have. If you travel around the country, you will use the weather radio function occasionally. The CB itself also works great, of course - I traveled with a large group and was on the CB all day long and the speaker is clear and loud in my noisy vehicle. Gadget lovers, there is not a CB radio out there as cool, completely functional, and space saving as this one - perfect for those who do not want to drill into their vehicle to mount a large cb unit, the "box" for this unit is about double the size of a box of matches, tiny enough to easily fit under any dashboard or in a glovebox, out of sight from thieves and out of your way. And because all of the controls are on the handset you will be a safer driver as you do not have to take your eyes off the road to adjust the cb controls. The quality and finish and value of the unit is excellent - this CB is a total winner - I wish I could give it higher than a 5 star rating - if you need a CB, get this one! ... Read more


3. Cobra HH Road Trip Hand Held CB Radio
list price: $119.95
our price: $94.99
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Asin: B000069DOV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 1917
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Cobra's aptly named HH Road Trip 40-channel handheld CB radio is ready to travel anywhere you do, bringing access to 10 NOAA weather channels and a four-mile range from its 4 watts of power. The onboard SoundTracker system reduces audible noise and interference by up to 90 percent over non-SoundTracker devices. Whether you're using it for emergency backup or convenient conversation between vehicles or camps, the HH Road Trip brings you quality CB communication.

High/low power switch reduces power consumption, extending battery life during spells when high power is not required. The unit operates on nine AA batteries (alkaline or Ni-Cd; batteries not included), or runs off your vehicle battery through the supplied DC cord with cigarette-lighter plug. An included magnet-mount antenna ensures maximum range.

The Citizens Band lies between the shortwave broadcast and 10-meter Amateur radio bands and was established by law in 1949. The Class D two-way communications service was opened in 1959. FCC regulations permit only "transmissions" (one party to another) rather than "broadcasts" (to a wide audience); advertising is not allowed on CB Channels because it is considered "broadcasting." Citizens Band (CB) Radio operators are not required to obtain an FCC license to operate their CB equipment or provide station identification. Nevertheless, an operator of a CB radio station is still required to comply with the communications act and with the rules of CB Radio Operation.

What's in the Box
Handheld radio receiver, DC cord with cigarette lighter plug, magnet-mount antenna, user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • NOAA All Weather Emergency Radio
  • Mobile Mag Mount Antenna Included
  • SoundTracker System
  • 10 Channel Weather Reception
  • 4 Watts Power Output

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars It does it's job
The radio is great for what it is. I bought it because I wanted a cb that I can use in more than one truck. The only draw-back I found is when the power cable and the cable for the magnet-mount antenna are both attached it can be hard to handle. I like the fact that the radio has all the additional stuff like the 10 NOAA channels and the high/low power switch and that the display is digital. This is a good buy but if you are going to use this in only one car or truck I would go with a hard mount cb because you don't have to hold the whole thing. But over all a good buy for the money.

5-0 out of 5 stars very clear and strong reception
This is a great unit. I had no trouble understanding a guy that lives in Boonville (30 miles) from me. The NOAA weather info is very helpful for vactions and long travel.When using the magnet mount antenna the reception was very clean.

5-0 out of 5 stars The best cobra road trip cb radio
Im glad my dad bought this product because we take two cars on trips and we have two cb radios, i could hear each other very good and we could get a good listen of the weather too. we got A great deal even used. it was worth the money!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Cobra HH Hand Held CB
This product comes nicely equipped with options. The external antenna gives excellent reception, transmissions are clear. I would highly recommend this hand held. I could not find the item in stores locally.
Thanks a lot!
Also, it was delivered very quickly! ... Read more


4. Cobra GPS 1000 DLX 4 MB Global Positioning System with Rand McNally StreetFinder Software
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B0002P12KA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 13362
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Features

  • Powerful WAAS-enabled GPS receiver with 4 MB internal memory
  • Stores up to 500 waypoints; exclusive ASAP II technology speeds up acquisition time
  • Comes preprogrammed with coordinates for hundreds of worldwide cities
  • Calculates average speed, ETA, altitude, date, miles traveled, and much more
  • Includes PC interface and cable, 32 MB SD memory card, and Rand McNally StreetFinder software

5. Cobra 29WXNWST NightWatch CB Radio (40-Channel)
list price: $219.99
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Asin: B00005N5WX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 2149
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 40 CB channels
  • 7 NOAA weather channels
  • Illuminated front panel
  • Classic design
  • Microphone with 9-foot cord

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars don't believe RedDog he is wrong !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My is working good for over years now so Please buy one & try them & you will see that RedDog was wrong!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars This thing is a hunk of junk.
Don't believe the last review. I had mine about a month before I tossed it out the window somewhere near Charlotte, NC. Nothing but problems, barely recieved or transmitted and was extremely weak when it did. I actually had truckers ask me to stop transmitting because all they could hear was squealing when I keyed. Tossed it, kept my K40 antenna, bought a Uniden Pro538W and have loved it! Much better radio! Don't buy anything Cobra makes!

5-0 out of 5 stars Very reliable.
I've had my Cobra 29 for over five years now. It's been in four different trucks, and traveled over 500,000 miles with me. Once I added two wilson antennas and a power mic, I can get out over four miles on a good night. My personal record is a line of sight 130 miles from a mountainside. I love it. I was thinking of getting a galaxy, but why? I have a great radio here. ... Read more


6. Cobra HH38WXST Hand Held CB 10 Channel Weather Radio
list price: $119.99
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Asin: B00004TKVD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 2626
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Amazon.com Product Description

Check the weather and communicate with friends and family during outdooractivities with Cobra's HH 38 WX ST handheld CB radio. Its SoundTrackertechnology cuts noise up to 90 percent so you'll be able to hear up to fourmiles away. With 40 CB channels, you can scan for full coverage of over 30million other CB radios. A high/low power switch reduces power consumption by upto 75 percent to extend battery life while you are on the road. This modelincludes a DC power cord that plugs into your vehicle's cigarette lighter tosave power. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 CB channels
  • 10 weather channels
  • Sound tracker system cuts noise up to 90 percent
  • Range of up to 4 miles
  • High/low power switch reduces power consumption

7. Cobra MicroTALK PR245-2VP GMRS / FRS Two-Way Radio, Pair
list price: $59.99
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B0001YM05I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 8597
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Features

  • Push-button access to 7 GMRS/FRS channels, 7 FRS and 8 GMRS channels -- 22 in all
  • 38 privacy codes, for a total of 836 private sub-channels when combined with the 22 channels
  • Scan open channels, privacy codes or the channels in memory to locate conversations in progress
  • Key Lock provides keypad security & eliminates accidental changes
  • Auto Squelch shuts off weak transmissions - Maxmimum Range Extender overrides it for extended range reception

8. Cobra PR 3000VP GMRS 2-Way Radio w/ Wall Charger (Pair)
list price: $109.95
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Asin: B00009B1VN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 9359
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Cobra 3000DX 2-way radio is one of the most powerful radios on themarket. With its X2 Power Technology, the radios are able to achieve longer range andstronger penetration of buildings, cars, dense woods and other obstacles. The result is arange up to six miles. Other features include: thirty-eight sub-channels, twenty-two totalchannels, key lock, silent vibration alarm, battery saver circuitry, scan feature,illuminated LCD screen and water resistant packaging. This amazing radio packagecomes with a desk charger, two rechargeable battery packs and a wall adaptor.Remember that you'll need a FCC license to use these radios.

What's in the Box
Two PR 3000DX GMRS radios, two rechargeable battery packs, charging unit, wallcharger, belt clip, wrist strap, a user's manual, and a one year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • UHF/FM X2 Power Technology
  • Switchable power output/up to 6 mile range
  • Vox/VibrAlert
  • 22 Channels/38 Privacy codes
  • Earbud Microphone

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great little radio for family ski trip
I purchased two pairs of Cobra PR 3000 GMRS 2 watt radios for our ski trip this year. It's one of the best purchases I ever made. I looked at Motorola and Midland before purchasing these. They have more power than Motorola and better built than Midland. I like that most of the buttons are on the face and you don't have to do a lot of menu browsing. We skied at Alta and Snowbird Utah. The ability to talk over the slopes really amazed me. We tried them out in our neighborhood and they worked pretty well. We could converse for a half mile with no trouble at all through trees and houses. However if you go behind a hill the ability to converse is greatly reduced. At Alta Snowbird you are in a canyon with granite walls, so I think the signal is bouncing off the canyon walls, becuase we could talk for miles, even with ridges between us. At the frequencies and power levels of these radios you should get great reception if you are in line of sight without too many obstructions. But don't expect to go much over a half mile if you have a lot of obstructions. If you are true line of sight with no obstructions, you can go further than the 5 miles advertised. In a granite canyon like little cottonwood canyon they were great! We were in a group of 8 skiers and it was snowing hard and difficult to stay together. My 12 year old daughter got separated from us and called in to let us know where she was. It saved hours of anxiety for us and kept us from ruining our ski day. Same thing happened the next day with my 11 year old daughter. As far as I'm concerned it was well worth the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Worked pretty well on our cruise
My family bought Cobra PR 3000 radios for a cruise in December 2003 and were pleased overall.

They are simple to use. The LCD display is excellent. Volume and voice quality were good. The CTCSS tones worked well to screen out the many other passengers who had similar radios.

They are light and small enough that it was never a chore to carry them.

We often used the call signal and vibration features to initiate contact, because those work better than a voice in noisy areas.(Too bad those features are missing from every higher-powered, commercial-quality radio I've found.)

On the down side, within 48 hours of use, the poorly designed pocket clips broke off two of the four radios.

And their power and range were less than ideal. At high power (2 watts), we could easily communicate between five decks. Reception was sketchier or non-existent when trying to communicate from the bow on deck 11 to the stern on deck 3.

Ashore, the radios worked well over about 1/2 mile of hilly terrain. Beyond that, little or nothing. They did much better over open water, of course.

Cobra does make a 3-watt model, which might perform slightly better. But the built-in stubby antenna on all Cobras limits their performance, from what I've read of how UHF radio works.

Commercial radios, which would undoubtedly perform better, cost at least $130 each and are far less user-friendly. Makers include Icom and Vertex. ... Read more


9. Cobra GPSM 3080 Nav One Mobile Navigation System
list price: $1,299.99
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Asin: B00068VB40
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
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Features

  • Plug-'n'-go portable vehicle navigation system with built-in mapping database
  • Automatic navigation with turn-by-turn directions and multilingual voice guidance
  • Street-level detail map features 48 contiguous U.S. states, Hawaii, and major Canadian metropolitan areas
  • 2 million points of interest; no CDs or downloads necessary; includes altimeter and compass
  • 5.2-inch high-resolution ultra-bright color display

10. Cobra MR-HH300VP Marine Vhf Hand Held Radio
list price: $149.95
our price: $96.99
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Asin: B00076QBPU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 39782
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Product Description

1 or 5 watt transmitting powerUS Canadian and International channels10 NOAA weather channels and memory scanWeather alert and instant channel 16/9Large illuminated LCD display and illuminated function keys1500 mAh NiMH batteriesIncludes 12V and 120V charger desktop charger batteries belt clip and wrist strapShipping package dimensions: 10.5x3x8 (len x wid x dep) ... Read more

Features

  • Large illuminated LCD display and illuminated function keys
  • 1 or 5 watt transmitting power
  • US, Canadian and International channels
  • 10 NOAA weather channels and memory scan
  • Weather alert and instant channel 16/9

11. Cobra 29-LTD Classic CB Radio

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Asin: B00006JPF3
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 7902
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Amazon.com Product Description

The CB radio has been around since the 1930s. To see that the Citizens Band is stillbeing produced and sold is testament to its reliability and usefulness. Cobra has brought backtheir version of the CB with this 29-LTD. They've made some nice improvements to the CB youmight have used a decade or two ago. Key improvements to this radio include a front panelmicrophone connector which makes in-dash installation a cinch. Cobra has also provided a ninefoot microphone cord so that you keep in touch from a good distance, whether you're located ina truck cab or dispatch office. The final noteworthy improvement are tactile controls for safer,and more accurate, functionality. Other features include: antenna warning indicator, SWRcalibration, instant Channel 9, PA capability, dimmer control, switchable noise blanker and RFgain. In a time of seemingly un-ending technological advances, it's nice to see something wecreated back in the late 1930s is still alive and kicking.

What's in the Box
One 29-LTD CB radio, nine foot microphone cord, transceiver bracket, microphone bracket, DCpower cord, a user's manual, and a two year limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • SWR allows for antenna calibration
  • Full 4 watts RF power output
  • Front panel microphone connector
  • 9' microphone cord
  • Tactile controls

12. Cobra 148NWST Single Side Band CB Radio with NightWatch
list price: $289.95
our price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005N5WY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 18674
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This sleek, compact mobile CB radio has the classic design of old CBs and can access 40 AM and 80 SSR channels. The easy-to-read display shows the LED channel number and meters for incoming signal strength. The unique dimmer control illuminates the display with a glowing green at night. The radio's PA capability lets you use your radio as a public address system in conjunction with a PA speaker (not included). The tactile control design allows you to easily feel and use the dials while driving. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 AM and 80 SSB channels
  • Public address capability
  • Illuminated front panel
  • Classic design
  • Microphone with 9-foot cord

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars This Cobra is Good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I think mike need to buy one again so he will know that they are very good & that the one that the one that he brought was a bad one so Mike Please buy one again to see what happen Because they are good I will tell anybody to buy one so whoever want to buy one go ahead & buy one & that way you will not believe mike trust me Mike is wrong !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Hi mike
Cobra are good !! because I have one for along time & it is still working real Good & I wish peoples stop complanl about cobra
because they must have got a bad one & Cobra are good
& I will never stop getting Cobra brand because my Cobra
work real Good

God bless you
Dayrider

P.S.
Jesus Love you mike

2-0 out of 5 stars you really dont want one
This is a good radio dont get me wrong however, let me explain. I have had one for about three years then the problems started. The main thing is now it transmits intermediately and the problem is in the new design. It seems to save money (not yours) they have put a couple of small circuit boards with non repairable components on the main board. eventually with the bouncing and jarring these crack. My tech. cannot repair it and cobra doesnt want to sell him the parts. So i basically have a small boat anchor. Plus he told me that the sound tracker models are mainly junk. the only two he recomended were the classics and he told me that for the money the unidens are best deal and withstand the abuse better. (he doesnt even stock a cobra). I am a truck driver and the radios do go through some rough riding. I have switched to uniden! ... Read more


13. Cobra 18WXSTII Weatherband CB Radio
list price: $109.99
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Asin: B00005N5WU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 2498
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This sleek, compact mobile CB radio can quickly and accurately scan through all 40 CR channels. The easy-to-read display shows the channel number, incoming signal strength, and RE power output. The radio can pick up 10 NOAA Weather Radio channels so you always have up-to-the-minute weather news. Its Dual Watch function allows simultaneous monitoring of 2 channels. The heavy-duty microphone extends to 9 feet and has dynamic voice response circuitry for clear communication. The Cobra 18 WX ST II's squelch control eliminates background noise when there is no signal. The unit also provides instant access to emergency channels 9 and 19 for emergency announcements. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 CB channels
  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels
  • Microphone with 9-foot cord
  • Compact, stylish design
  • Channel scan

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Radio
If you are looking for the most bang for your buck, this is it. In this price-range you just cannot beat the performance and features of this radio. The compact size is perfect for tight spaces and the modern design looks great. I highly recomend this CB.

5-0 out of 5 stars Antenna
The previous review that mentions antennas are key to a good CB setup is correct. For a normal CB user I would recommend either the Wilson lil' Wil or the Wilson 500 antenna. Both are magnetic mount antennas. The lil' Wil antenna is a relatively small antenna and it's only around $39.00. Actually any Wilson CB antenna will be fine. Also, to do a good job at setting up your antenna you should purchase an SWR meter. They are not expensive. You only need the meter connected inline between the radio and antenna when you are adjusting the antenna. Once you are done adjusting the antenna you can take the meter out of the connection and connect the antenna directly to the radio. Don't be fooled by cheap ordinary CB antennas like you will find at radio shack. Do not settle for anything less then a Wilson antenna. Cobra and Uniden both make fabulous CB radios so either make will be fine.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best CB radio on the market
This CB is the best CB I have had in my life time and I already had 3 CB's besides this one and this one is the best of them. Its unique design and mobility can set up to a cigarette lighter in your car or truck although you might want an adaptor since it only comes with the cords and nothing to plug into the cigarette lighter. When you are talking to someone else your voice goes to them crystal clear and there voice is crystal clear too. I have not found yet why it has a sound tracker system since it does not clear the signal up anyway all it does is make it louder. Although it clears it up a small bit of the signal. When talking to someone squelch becomes useful to get rid of the static. This Cb is a best buy especially with the super saver shipping and no tax

4-0 out of 5 stars Cobra
This radio was bought for over the road traveling. I was attracted to this radio for several reasons weather radio,scan feature,and compact design. The radio has preformed excellent,and is small enough to put in any car or truck. I had only two problems with this radio, First the scan feature only works when the squelch is turned up high enough to elliminate "fuzz" which dosent allw you to pick up and scan weak signals, Second this radio dose not have a SWR meter(Standing Wave Ratio) which means to have your antenna tuned yu have to buy a SWR meter or take it to a CB shop which can be a hassle. Other than that this radio is perfect and dose a fine job.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice CB
I have had several different brands of radios and this one is a good enter level radio for the price has a nice front firing speaker which help to hear it. Also has which is a nice feature is the weather band. One thing that I would like to point out for the more advance user this radio will not cut it and they will not be happy. I use this radio in my company's work truck that is why I got a cheaper radio but I am very happy with the overall performance of this radio and the output power out of the box with a good stick you will be happy ... Read more


14. Cobra 25-LTD Classic CB Radio

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Asin: B00006JPF2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 7643
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Amazon.com Product Description

This CB radio has taken the professional's advice and made some usefulimprovements. Perhaps the best of these improvements is the front panel microphone connectorwhich makes in-dash installation a cinch. Cobra has also provided a nine foot microphone cordso that you keep in touch about anywhere in the cab. The final noteworthy improvement aretactile controls for safer, and more accurate, functionality. Other features include: instantChannel 9, PA capability, dimmer control, switchable noise blanker and RF gain. Cobra notesthat this system is back by popular demand.

What's in the Box
One 25-LTD CB radio, nine foot microphone cord, transceiver bracket, microphone bracket, DCpower cord, a user's manual, and a two year limited warranty ... Read more

Features

  • 4 watts RF power output
  • Front panel microphone connector
  • 9' microphone cord
  • Tactile controls
  • Instant channel 9 and 19

15. Cobra PR 350VP GMRS 2-Way Radio w/ Wall Charger (Pair)
list price: $99.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00009B1VM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 8900
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Cobra PR 350 is a versatile 2-way radio that gives you twenty-two totalchannels, including seven FRS/GMRS channels, seven FRS channels and eight GMRSchannels. The power output for this radio is one watt, allowing communications within afive mile range. Remember that with this power, you'll need a FCC license to operate thisradio. Other features include: thirty-eight privacy codes, key lock, ten channel memory,hands-free capability with the included ear bud microphones, water resistant covering andbattery saver circuitry. A key feature of the radio are the ten NOAA weather channels.For added security, Cobra has given you access to the NOAA All Hazards Alert systemwhich warns you of weather, chemical and other civilian emergencies. Along with theincluded rechargeable battery pack, the radios also run on four AAA batteries.

What's in the Box
Two PR 350 GMRS radios, two rechargeable battery packs, charging unit, wall charger,two ear bud microphones, belt clip, wrist strap, a user's manual, and a one year limitedwarranty. ... Read more

Features

  • 1W output power provides ultra-clear long distance reception
  • Up to 5 mile range
  • 22 channels/38 Privacy codes
  • 10 NOAA Channels/NOAA All Hazards Alert Radio
  • Earbud Microphone

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars They will please you - just don't expect to much from gmrs
This is about the 4th different model of GMRS I dealt with. In generall I have to say that I'm fairly dissapointed with the overall quality and transmitting range of GMRS products. And don't be fooled by the hype of 3 watts other models have or some fancy names (like X2) - they hardly work any better and the quality is sometimes very poor.
But considering the price tag and knowing what they are suitable for this particular model serves it purpose fairly well. The beauty of it is that they are very handy and lightweight. Fully electronic control buttons - no knobs to turn. Features Privacy mode/Scan/NOAA. The AAA battery package that comes with it holds up for exactly 1 day, charging time about 8 hrs. (I had models with 3 AA which held much longer.) Operating at 1 watt the transmitting range is slightly less than other 2watt models. Thumbwise you can say that they transmit up to 3 miles in line of sight and about 1 mile in an area with obstacles (mountain/buildings/etc...). The belt clip broke off, other than that pretty good quality.
I had 'em with me for a one week skiing tour in Aspen. If you and your body stay on one side of a mountain (over a mountain the signal deteriorates very quickly) it is really fun to have these. Sound quality is pretty good and we never lost each other.
Because of its ease of use, slime design and exceptable transmitting range they are best for keeping contact in parks, buildings and in the wilderness - not too far away and not too many obstacles in between.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great sound and battery life
I took these with me on a backpacking trip up into the sawtooth mountains in Idaho. They had terrific range great sound and the batteries lasted the whole trip.

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid Like the Plague
I have used Cobra Microtalk 3's for years and I was thrilled to see a higher-powered option. I purchsed two sets of these radios for use outdoors (4 total). As I was trying them out, I found that they were unreliable. I would call with one radio and only two of the others would receive. I would try again and only one would receive. I had one radio that would not transmit under ANY circumstances. I never got all four to work together at the same time. I returned one pack hoping I had a bad set, The new set gave the same response. I thought the price was awefully good. It turns out it was too good to be true. Invest in a better radio and you'll be happier. I ended up taking mine back and trading up. ... Read more


16. Cobra 19DXIV 40-Channel Mobile Compact CB Radio

our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00083KUVS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 24319
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Product Description

Cobra Electronics (19DXIV) CB RADIO ... Read more

Features

  • New Compact design
  • Instant Channel 9/19
  • Full Function LCD Display

17. Neon Illuminated 40 Channel CB Radio

our price: $72.99
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Asin: B0001654EK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 32430
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18. Cobra MicroTALK PR3100-2DX GMRS / FRS Two-Way Radio, Pair
list price: $69.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B0001YM05S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 8065
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Features

  • Push-button access to 7 GMRS/FRS channels, 7 FRS and 8 GMRS channels -- 22 in all
  • 38 privacy codes, for a total of 836 private sub-channels when combined with the 22 channels
  • Scan open channels, privacy codes or the channels in memory to locate conversations in progress
  • VOX voice detection transmits your voice without your pressing a button
  • Selectable Roger Beep tone indicates when it's clear for others to talk(can be deactivated)

19. Cobra MR-HH90 Marine Vhf Hand Held Radio
list price: $59.95
our price: $40.99
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Asin: B00076QBQE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 17901
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Product Description

MARINE VHF RADIO ... Read more

Features

  • Large illuminated LCD display
  • US, Canadian and International channels
  • Switchable 1/2 watt / 2 watt transmitting power
  • Ten NOAA weather channels
  • Weather alert and instant channel 16

20. Cobra FRS115 Frosty Maraschino Microtalk 2-Way Radio with AM/FM Radio
list price: $89.95
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Asin: B00004TKUP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Cobra
Sales Rank: 10937
Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

You'd be hard-pressed to find an FRS radio that packs as many features into such a compact and attractive package as Cobra's FRS115 Microtalk. In addition to having a multitude of advanced communications features, the Microtalk is the only radio in Cobra's line capable of picking up AM and FM signals. This allows you to listen to stereo broadcasts via headphones attached to the integrated headphone jack. Incoming FRS broadcasts temporarily disrupted the AM or FM reception, which enabled us to listen to our favorite tunes and talk radio programs without missing an important transmission from a member of our group.

The product's design is as sensible as it is colorful, incorporating a flexible rubber antenna instead of hard plastic. The unit's many buttons are easily accessible yet difficult to push by accident, and there's a channel-lock feature that comes in handy when inquisitive kids (or clumsy friends) are entrusted with the radio.

A call button can be pushed to make other FRS radios tuned to your frequency "ring," alerting others in your party that you are about to make a transmission. There are independent buttons for adjusting the unit's volume and selecting channels, along with a microphone jack that can be used with a separately available headset to allow for true hands-free operation.

The Microtalk did a great job in our tests, with a range comparable to that of other FRS units and decent audio quality from the built-in speaker. We ditched the included headphones, as their hard plastic design made them uncomfortable, and used a pair of compact earbuds instead. We expected AM and FM reception to be limited, but it was pulling in signals in a basement office that even standalone portable radios we've tested couldn't tune. A handy seek feature simplifies tuning, and memory presets keep our favorite stations within easy reach.

If the included headphones were only better, this would be a near-perfect FRS radio. But even with that slight oversight, the Microtalk is a true standout in a crowded market. --Tracy Baker

Pros:

  • Good range for picking up FRS transmissions
  • Great AM/FM radio reception

Cons:

  • Included headphones are uncomfortable
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Features

  • Up to 2-mile range and access to all 14 FRS channels
  • Digital AM/FM stereo tuner with 10 memory presets
  • FRS signal can override AM/FM radio
  • Backlit LCD display for nighttime use
  • Stereo headphones included

Reviews (5)

3-0 out of 5 stars Frs/fm convenience but low quality
I use the Frs 115 in a high noise enviroment. I bought it specifically for the radio function. I was forced to use a mono earpiece with it, as the internal speaker was totally inadequate. With earpiece it is decent. When my supervisor told me to quit using an earpiece, I purchased a handheld speaker/mic unit. I have tried two spkr/mic units with this radio and the output of the radio is totally unacceptable. The amp for the jacks seems to incompatible with Radioshack and Icom brands of spkr/mic. I want to try a Cobra spkr/mic. Also, my units couldn't pick up radio signals very well at all, even when outside of the house. Volume control only has 8 steps and will not turn unit all the way down. Auto interrupt for calls is a nice feature. I got my units refurbished , so that may be one reason I have had problems with them. The radios have also just stopped working a couple of times, and I had to let them sit for a minute before turning them back on. The fragile belt holster included with unit btoke while I was sitting in a Ferris Wheel.

4-0 out of 5 stars keep in touch and listen to the radio
It's nice to have a built in AM/FM radio in this FRS 2-way Cobra radio. While waiting for your party to call in, you can listen to your favorite stations and it 'cuts' in when they try to reach you.

The unit can be hard to 'program' but not any more than other devices like it, that have multiple uses. I didn't find the range to be any worse than my Motorola FRS radios. I like the beep that it provides when you stop talking, so the other party knows you are done.

The potential downside for some users is the 4 AAA batteries that it uses, but I use rechargables that I find last long enough for my useage, and helps cut down the cost as compared to alkaline batteries. See my review of the duracell rechargeables.

2-0 out of 5 stars Good for the kids
This radio is good for the kids. The am/fm provides options not available on all other such devices. It has a flexible antenna and includes a belt clip. I found the buttons somewhat difficult to push and the case a bit slippery. The serious user will want rubberized grips. Overall a good value.

3-0 out of 5 stars ok product
I liked the product itself, works ok for the price. My complaint is that I purchased these for the "mail in rebate" which i filed but never received. Was deceived.

1-0 out of 5 stars step up!
If you are looking for FRS 2-way radio, consider models with 14x38 channels as air is saturated with users in areas where you gonna use it -- ski slops, ships, parks etc. 14 channels doesn't give enough options, so with this radio you will listen to conversations of others!

To consider: 1) audiovox (model with 14x38 channels) 2) higher end Cobra with 14x38 ... Read more


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