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1. Midland WR-300 AM/FM Weather/All
$84.99 $79.99 list($119.99)
2. Midland 75-822 Handheld CB Radio
$39.99 $29.29 list($49.99)
3. Midland WR-100 Weather/All Hazards/Civil
$74.99 $67.25 list($94.99)
4. Midland GXT500VP4 5 Watt 22 Channel
$36.99 list($69.99)
5. Midland 75-785 Handheld CB Radio
$159.95 list($219.95)
6. Midland 79-290 Detachable Face
$40.00 list($79.00)
7. Midland 74200 Digital All Hazard
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8. Midland 77250CXL 40 Channel Professional
$39.99 $32.95 list($59.95)
9. Midland 74-250C Handheld Weather
$74.99 $64.99 list($99.99)
10. Midland Radio 4001 40th Anniversary
$39.99 $36.83 list($49.99)
11. Midland 7 Channel NOAA Weather
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12. Midland 18-259W Through Window
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13. Midland AVP-1 Microphones for
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14. Midland WR10 All Hazard Radio
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15. Midland NTVP1 Nautico 5 Watt 88
$74.95 list($99.99)
16. Midland G-28 GMRS 2-Way Radio
$29.99 $25.00 list($69.95)
17. Midland G-227C2 GMRS 2-Way Radios
$79.99 $62.89 list($84.99)
18. Midland GXT550VP1 Outfitter Series
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19. Midland 21-406 Deluxe CB / Amateur
$49.99 list($69.99)
20. Midland F-10C FRS 2-Way Radio

1. Midland WR-300 AM/FM Weather/All Hazards/Civil Emergency Alert Monitor with S.A.M.E.
list price: $79.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00009V2YV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 515
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Stay alert to conditions that affect you with Midland's WR-300 weather/all-hazard radio. The unit offers S.A.M.E. technology (Specific Area Message Encoding), which preprograms the device to receive only those warnings that apply to your local area--you can choose state, county, and/or nearby counties. The single-speaker radio offers 30 programmable county codes, AM/FM tuning, date, time, alarm functions, and even auto switch from AM/FM to pertinent all-hazard alerts.

For tuning, the radio employs drift-free PLL (phase-lock loop) technology and an easy-to-read blue, backlit LCD. You get a convenient, 10-alert memory, and you can add, edit, and remove unwanted alerts at any time. The radio uses the supplied AC power adapter or four AA Batteries (not included).

What's in the Box
Radio, AC power adapter, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Receives All NOAA Weather Channels
  • S.A.M.E. Technology
  • AM/FM Radio with Clock and Alarm
  • Memory system for 30 Counties
  • Ability to Add & Remove Alerts

Reviews (7)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy
This is a wonderful radio. Most of the problems discussed by prior people are not problems at all. Just read the directions carefully and you will have a great experience with this radio.

The only downside is that this radio does not allow you to adjust the backlight length. The four seconds or so that it stays lit is not enough sometimes.

Overall, this is the best weather radio I have ever owned.

2-0 out of 5 stars Receiver problems
Many aspects of the unit seemed good but I returned the one I ordered because in some locations in my apartment the radio received some type of commercial radio or TV signal. The audio coming from the radio was clearly not from a weather radio station. My older Radio Shack weather radio does not have this problem.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Good Value
After reading the previous reviews for this product, I was a bit weary. However, after the purchase, I was quite impressed. The controls work fine, even in "silent" mode. No faint broadcasts. I wonder if that person was too close to the transmitter?? Radio controls are nice and easy to program. Reception is very good with minimal distortion on all bands. The couple of things I did notice that I would prefer would be that the backlight stay on just a bit longer, 4 seconds on mine. The other would be to display the alert's effective time. That time is not displayed, but the alert light stays lit for the effective time. All in all, a very good price to pay for safety!

1-0 out of 5 stars Avoid this Product!
I purchased this product and I had to return it the next day. I then received a replacement radio with the same technical issue: The weather radio would not turn off even when in the "silent" mode.

It may be possible that the radio issues the weather warnings, etc., but who wants to listen to the radio going 24 hours a day? When the radio is placed in the silent/mute mode you can hear a weak NOAA signal in the background. Obviously this radio was poorly engineered, constructed incorrectly, or had defective parts placed in the unit.

Why would you want to pay money for this radio only to put a towel on it so you can't hear it? Save you money!

I would recommend the WX500 Uniden weather radio (although it does not have AM/FM) or the hand-held Midland 74-250 with SAME. It is my hope that Uniden stays in the weather radio market, as their WX500 is the best base weather radio I've ever had.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works fine.
We have an earlier radio and wanted this new model, but were almost afraid to buy it because of the "Can't turn it off, towel" review. Actually it works fine. The programming is not difficult, but also is not intuitive, so don't lose the booklet and be sure to get batteries to avoid losing your efforts. We wish it had a "sleep" feature, and the AM and FM volumes are different, but we bought three more for gifts. ... Read more


2. Midland 75-822 Handheld CB Radio
list price: $119.99
our price: $84.99
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Asin: B00000K2YR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 1997
Average Customer Review: 4.77 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Having a CB radio while traveling can be an invaluable tool for emergencies and for keeping up on road conditions, and the Midland 75-822 40-channel handheld CB is one you should definitely consider. It comes with everything you need to get started in a hurry, including a battery pack for times you want to run the unit on six AA batteries and a cigarette lighter adapter for battery-free operation in your car.

The Midland 75-822's design is ideal, with a push-to-talk button on the side, squelch and volume knobs, and a small LCD screen that displays the current channel, signal strength, and a variety of other useful information. Several buttons on the device can be used for scanning, whether quickly flipping between the emergency channel (9) and the standard highway channel (19) or activating the LCD's backlight. The unit also comes with a short, flexible antenna.

Overall, the 75-822's portability is excellent--comparable to a child's walkie-talkie. Unfortunately, the unit's compactness hampers its usefulness, because the relatively small antenna has a hard time pulling in distant signals. In our tests on local highways and on the interstate, transmissions rarely could be heard from more than half a mile away. However, when we connected the Midland 75-822 to a whip antenna that was several feet long, the range increased considerably. As a result, we recommend investing in a better antenna before using the device in your car, although the radio still works well for communicating with nearby semis when you're trying to find out the source of a traffic jam.

We had better luck using the radio to monitor National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Weather Radio broadcasts, which we were able to receive from nearly anywhere since Weather Radio stations transmit at much higher power than mobile transmitters. These broadcasts are repeated every few minutes, are updated every few hours, and can help alert travelers to severe weather conditions. It's a nice feature to have on a portable CB and makes the Midland 75-822 a standout choice for travelers who want to be in the know. --T. Byrl Baker

Pros:

  • Truly portable
  • Car adapter kit included
  • Ability to monitor Weather Radio is a nice touch
Cons:
  • Short antenna dramatically cuts down on range
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Features

  • 40 CB channels, 10 NOAA channels
  • Push-to-talk operation
  • Includes cigarette lighter adapter
  • Backlit LCD displays channel, signal strength, and more
  • Portable, compact design

Reviews (13)

5-0 out of 5 stars Full Feature, great price
All the complaints I've read about this scanner are pretty pointless. This is the best Hand Held scanner I've ever owned. Go to Sears or Best Buy, see what HH CB's they have in, Probably just one, the Cobra 37 ST. Does that have channel scan, 5 memories, memory scan, freq. display, REAL mobile adpater not just a car power cord, NOPE. How much do they want? $40 in Best buy, and get this, $79.99 in sears, check their website.

The problems with range come with any handheld. I dont see the problem, take any hand held in a car and its range will go way down, But midland is only company that provides you with an external antenna hookup/power cord combined and make your radio the size of most mic's, you cant go wrong. The best you'll get from others is a DC power cable, but no way to connect an external car antenna to it. and they will still be full length.

You could also MOD this unit to pick up 120 channels CB (all you need to do is solder one connection...) if your more experienced, you can mod it to pick up 400 channels (dont believe me, try a search engine and type "Midland CB Mod"...

This scanner is the BEST on the market, and I cant belive the price. Would be nice if it has USB/LSB but hey, you cant get everything. It covers all the bases.

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT RADIO
This is a great radio. It is really easy to use in a car and out of a car. If using in a car you should buy an external. The attached antenna doesn't work well with the metal from the car.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent CB Radio! Amzing Value.
This is an incredibly awesome CB RADIO. I have been using CB's for years. This one has great features and great reception. I was so impressed I ordered two of them! A must have for any CB Radio enthusiast.

5-0 out of 5 stars It works well
buy the attatchment attenea, it really helps on the highway.

5-0 out of 5 stars Motorcycle Use
This CB, the 18-2983 magnet base antenna, and a helmet headset I purchased from Sound Radio Products are by far the most economical way of putting a CB on a motorcycle ($160). The Midland CB is small and already comes with the lighter plug adapter and external antenna connector. The Midland base antenna is just enough for better reception. If your riding in a group its perfect. I have a 1998 Electra Glide. I will mount the CB to the inside of the fairing. The CB is light enough and small enough not to be in the way. The antenna cable can be hidden along the frame and under the gas tank to the rear fender. The magenetic base is a tad large, smaller would be better. But fabricate a flat metal surface for it to mount to is easily done. The antenna cable is long enough, with a little excess to bundle up under the seat. Nothing has to be permanent with this set up. Put it on when you want, take it off when you want. The only thing I have not figured out is waterproofing the CB. You will need a helmet headset, the volume level is far too low to hear over an engine, air, and outside noises. ... Read more


3. Midland WR-100 Weather/All Hazards/Civil Emergency Alert Monitor with S.A.M.E.
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000AMK36
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 1913
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

Stay alert to the conditions that affect you with Midland's WR-100 weather/all-hazard radio. The unit offers S.A.M.E. technology (Specific Area Message Encoding), which preprograms the device to receive only those warnings that apply to your local area--you can choose state, county, and/or nearby counties. The single-speaker radio offers 25 programmable county codes, access to 7 NOAA weather channels, time/date and alarm functions, and a choice of voice, siren, or tone alert.

In the event of special warning broadcasts, the monitor is automatically activated along with a loud tone, an LED light and an alert message on its 8-character LCD. Emergency weather bulletins include alerts about tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, ice/snow storms, and other severe weather. Other emergencies might include Amber alerts, explosions, fires, or hazardous chemical spills.

The radio uses the supplied AC power adapter or 3 AA backup batteries (not included). Batteries should give you approximately 24 hours of continuous operation; the clock will run for at least 10 days on batteries when the monitor is turned off (using the monitor on/off control).

What's in the Box
Radio, AC power adapter, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • Receives All NOAA Weather Channels
  • S.A.M.E. Technology
  • Memory System for 25 Counties
  • Clock with Alarm
  • User Selectable Warning , Siren, Voice or Flashing LED

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
I disagree with one of the other reviews posted here. The WR-100 does not need batteries to operate and functions extremely well if programed with the correct SAME codes. . Our radio was extremely easy to program and was operable within 5 minutes of opening the box. Make sure you refer to the instructions and acquire the SAME County codes via the NOAA website: www.nws.noaa.gov/nwr/indexnw.htm

I highly recommend this model to anyone who might live in a dangerous weather region, I live in the heart of tornado alley.

This is a great product which has not failed my family yet. Please make sure you check into the products you need.

1-0 out of 5 stars Very Disappointed!
Purchased this radio and set it up by the manual. This radio will NOT operate with AC power alone. It also requires 3 AA batteries to operate the digital readout. Within the first 3-4 days the batteries were drained dead and unit would not operate.
I changed to new batteries and again in about 3-4 days, thoses batteries were dead. I replaced with the 3 set of batteries and once again, about 3-4 days they were dead again. The radio was set on "Alert Only" so, therefore would not constantly play, only when receiving a weather bulletin. Only once during my 2 week ownership did the unit alert, and that was during a weekly test from NOA radio. This unit was absolutely terrible. Thank goodness for the good people at Amazon, I was able to return this crap back at no cost to me, and a full refund. I strongly suggest that you look at another specific brand besides a battery eating monster like this one was. Very Disappointed in this brand.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good buy
I recently purchased the Midland WR100 for my mother-in-law's home. I own the Midland 74-200 radio and it has worked well. The WR100 is much easier to program than the 74-200. The manual is much easier to read than the somewhat cryptic 74-200 manual. Either radio is a great choice. Features are similar for each. The main difference is the LCD display. The WR100 faces the top (parallel to the ground), while the 74-200 faces the front (perpendicular to the ground.) This may be an issue in regards to placement. ... Read more


4. Midland GXT500VP4 5 Watt 22 Channel GMRS Value Pack with Up to 14 Mile Range, with Charger, Rechargeable Batteries, and 2 Headsets
list price: $94.99
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00081UROK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 7214
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Product Description

MIDLAND GXT-500VP4 ... Read more

Features

  • Vibrating Alert with 5 Call Tones
  • 2 Level Vox for Hands Free Operation
  • 38 Privacy Codes
  • 5 Watt 22 Channel GMRS with up to 14 Mile Range
  • NOAA Weather/All Hazard

5. Midland 75-785 Handheld CB Radio
list price: $69.99
our price: $36.99
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Asin: B00005Q4ZV
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 1857
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

This handheld CB radio comes with seven watts of input and four watts ofoutput (the FCC maximum allowable.) This model is 33% smaller than its predecessor.Other highlights include: automatic noise control, automatic gain control, a bright LEDdisplay, high/low power switch and a flexible antenna. This mobile radio operates onnine AA batteries. Battery saver circuitry helps saves energy; there is also a 12V DClighter socket adaptor included to help save batteries.

What's in the Box
One 75-785 CB radio and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 40 channels
  • 7 watts input/4 watts output
  • Automatic noise/gain control
  • High/low power switch
  • Lighter socket adaptor

Reviews (11)

4-0 out of 5 stars Read this it'll help.
I have ordered this product (the Midland 75-785) and it is great I can hear everyone talking on the channels and the ones who are in range I can talk to. I'm glad I got it. The shipping was faster than I expected. I'm very happy with my product. And if you order one I know you will be too.

4-0 out of 5 stars Midland 75-785
I bought this as a replacement for my fullsize cobra unit that was "borrowed" from my car without my knowledge. Overall I really like this unit. It is small, compact and can be easily moved from vehicle to vehicle. The best part about it is that you can either have it wired in the car or run it as a handheld. The only downside to the unit is the fairly small speaker, but if you turn down the radio there really is no problem. In terms of performance, I think this little radio works better than any I have had before. I am able to pick up the NOAA weather stations much clearer than I was before. Overall a great product for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars works as I suspected
To me this radio works better than the small two way radios, thats why I bought it. Yes it's a little bigger than the 2 way radios, but what I really wanted was more clearly transmission and a longer range which is what I got.

4-0 out of 5 stars Powerful Little Unit
Nice radio. gee Luke did you want the thing deivered before you ordered it? I guess maybe you should have spent the extra 15.00 bucks. Amazon service is fast! This is a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Handheld
This is an excellent handheld CB for the money. It is perfect for taking on road trips. Having a CB along when travelling on interstates is very nice. You can hear the truckers chat about what is going on in front and behind you. It is a great way to keep aware of the road conditions. This radio comes with a cigarrette lighter adapter so it is real easy to just take it in whatever car you want and not have to worry about batteries. a cb is a must for any vehicle and this one is so affordable that you should not pass it up. Another really cool thing is that it will fit perfectly in a cup holder! ... Read more


6. Midland 79-290 Detachable Face 120-Channel CB
list price: $219.95
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Asin: B00005Q4ZP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 8501
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 120-channel mobile CB unit with detachable control panel
  • 40 AM, 40 USB, and 40 LSB channels, plus built-in 10-channel weather monitor
  • Black matrix LCD display with multiple readouts
  • Battery-powered memory retains data for up to 100 hours
  • Noise blanker, RF gain, and coarse/fine tuning

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars High hopes
I waited 4 months for this radio, it looked wonderfull, but looks can be decieving. The raido fit right where I wanted it to go. But when I started using it problems became apparent. The controls were hard to use. The squelch and volume are on one stalk control and are hard to set with out moving each other at the same time. There is no noise blanking system. The squelch circuit is very quick to open therefor letting in a lot of impulse noise that would not be let though on other radios. Then the last straw, the latches holding the removable face plate broke! They were made out of PLASTIC! The radio is going back!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Professional
I love this great state-of-the-art radio. the features that it has are excellent. the feel that it gives you when the mic is in your hand is just top of the world. the mic has a heavy feel to it which is good because it makes it not feel cheap. ... Read more


7. Midland 74200 Digital All Hazard Alert Monitor
list price: $79.00
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Asin: B00000K2Z0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 7905
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 7-channel weather/hazard alert radio with SAME technology
  • LCD screen indicates channel and 8-character warning messages such as "tornado"
  • 3 levels of warning lights (statement, watch, and warning)
  • Battery backup for power outages
  • Supplied with telescopic antenna and power supply

Reviews (12)

4-0 out of 5 stars Maybe the best yet, but keep your manual handy
As an unobtrusive weather radio that works, this one is it. It has full featured S.A.M.E. capabilties. It will store up to 15 county identifiers (FIPS codes) The receiver is excellent and audio is clear & quiet. I have owned this radio for almost a year and still keep the manual close by. It is sort of a pain to program. But when it comes to function it is great. Mine came with an AC adapter. It has 9V battery backup, external antenna, and alert jacks. Speaker and warning signal volumes are adjusted individually. The alerts can be set for tone or voice. The manual shows over 35 types of alerts it will display on the LCD screen as well as different tone patterns. And as the NWS adds new alert capabilities it will receive them automatically. Three different colored leds show "warning", "watch" or "statement". Up to three different overlapping alerts with overlapping effective time periods can be stored and reviewed by scrolling the display. The display is rather rudimentary, but the performance of the radio makes up for it. When it is connected to external power (it can be used in the car with the proper cig plug) the display is constantly illuminated. It is also set to respond to NWS test broadcasts. The alarm clock fuctions as an alarm clock with snooze. A large bar on the front turns the radio & alert on & off very conveniently. Once the radio is programmed, it works quite well. I have had numerous Weather radios (and returned many also) and this is the best overall performer yet. WX capability is being added to all sorts of radio products with iffy results. This one works and doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Just keep your manual.

4-0 out of 5 stars Reliable Weather Radio
The radio was a little complicated to program - took me about 30 minutes to program it for my area. It is a very reliable little radio & it notifies my of any weather statements for my area. The time is VERY hard to read, and even if I leave my contact lenses in, I still can't read it when the room is dark. I have to put my face about a foot from the clock to clearly read the time. Other than that, I like the radio. It has good reception & I'm able to get my local weather forecast instantly. The alert is clear and easy to hear. I bought it more for safety reasons than looks, and it has provided my family with peace of mind in knowing that if severe weather threatens our area, we will be well informed.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid and Compact Weather Radio
So far this radio is great. Has all the features needed for emergency notification. Programming was very easy, but keep the manual handy. The back-lit lcd screen is nice and stays on all the time when used with the AC adapter. The weather signal is strong and clear. The 9 volt battery back up lasts about 3 days when the AC is off, so you will need plenty batteries if you are using it without the AC power. So far I have not had an emergency signal come across, so I can not give a review on this. In any case it is a nice unit for the price with many options, i,e external antenna plug, remote speaker or other warning device, earphone, etc. You can also adjust the volume for the alert signal unlike other models. Only draw back; No test feature to check the alarm and warning lights.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Very Good Weather Radio
This radio is a very good weather radio to use. It's "Statement", "Watch", and "Warning" lights are very useful when trying to find out how important the alert is. The clock is a nice thing to have and it will automatically interupt any of the other functions to bring you severe weather. It has a very nice range; I received a weather transmitter from over 75 miles away on it. I like the control that changes the siren volume as it doesn't have to be too loud. The programming is a little difficult, but after you get the hang of it, it isn't that complicated. A very good radio to own for the price. It is also up to date. Per next year, all weather radios are required to have the text display, and this one does. Just a word of warning: The alert siren WILL wake you up; it can be very loud even with the volume turned down.

5-0 out of 5 stars Midland 74-200 Weather Radio
I highly recommend this receiver. I recently bought this to replace a weather radio that didn't have S.A.M.E. technology. With S.A.M.E. you put in the code for your area and get alerts for that area only. Wonderful! With the old radio, I was always getting alerts for the neighboring counties. Now, I just get what applies to me. I didn't buy models with AM/FM since in a real emergency I will be listening to the weather radio and my battery powered AM/FM radio at the same time. Reception is clear. The manual is well written. This unit does what it is supposed to do in emergencies ---- it comes on and alerts you. The alert tone is clear and unmistakable. The type of alert is displayed in the LCD display. I like this display since it faces you when the unit is on a shelf or counter top. Not so on some other models. One touch operation to hear the weather at any time. The 74-200 also has battery backup. I learned how important this feature is when I was in a typhoon on Guam. ... Read more


8. Midland 77250CXL 40 Channel Professional Cb Radio With Noise Reduction

our price: $80.99
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Asin: B00013BLFO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Features

  • ESP 2 technology for up to 95% noise reduction
  • Instant channel 9 and 19 access
  • Variable mic gain to boost transmission audio for maximum range
  • RF gain control to prevent overload from other CBs
  • Bright/Dim switch for nighttime driving, analog S/RF meter

9. Midland 74-250C Handheld Weather Alert Radio with S.A.M.E.
list price: $59.95
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00009Q39V
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 17664
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Recieves All NOAA Weather Channels
  • S.A.M.E. Technology
  • Large LCD Display
  • 56 Different Watches or Warnings Displayed
  • Clock with Dual Alarm and built in Thermometer with Freeze Warning

Reviews (1)

2-0 out of 5 stars Midland 74-250 weather radio
The Midland 74-250 weather radio is good choice for weather alerts while pursuing outdoors activities as it has many alerts and the S.A.M.E.(Specific Area Message Encoding) feature, but keep in mind some negatives:

When I purchased mine, It was listed as having rechargable batteries and a wall charger. It apparently no longer comes with it. From the Midland web site (an older page):

"Includes:
Alarm Clock
Digital Thermometer
Digital Clock
9 Programmable S.A.M.E
Rechargeable Batteries
Wall Charger"

and from the FAQ:

"Q. What charger for the 74-250 Handheld Weather Radio?
Ans. 200 Milliamp 6volt charger, and please make sure that the plug fits the jack."

Midland does not list a charger.
The radio loses the date and time when the batteries are changed, but it keeps the county code.
Programming is difficult, keep the manual handy.
Both alarms are turned on when the batteries are changed.
It requires a coin or similar item to open the battery door. ... Read more


10. Midland Radio 4001 40th Anniversary 40-Channel CB Radio
list price: $99.99
our price: $74.99
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Asin: B00024DIDU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 8733
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Amazon.com Product Description

To commemorate its pioneering of CB radio manufacturing, Midland Radio has issued the 40th Anniversary model 4001 CB radio with a silver-finished 1960s styling and an analog power meter. The radio features 40-channel operation, 4 watts of output power (maximum allowable by the FCC), digital tuning, and a PA switch for use with an optional external speaker.

The model 4001 will take you back to a time when mobile radio communication was just getting off the ground. Its metallic look, toggle switches (for bright-dim), Automatic Noise Limiter (ANL), filter, and CB-PA functions give this radio a true classic feel. Inside however, you'll find a state-of-the-art, dual-conversion superheterodyne receiver with precision electronic tuning for crystal-clear communication no matter where your travels take you.

The 4001 comes with a slide quick-mount with thumbscrew installation so you can easily transfer the radio to a different vehicle or secure it in your home or trunk when it's not in use. A handy lock keeps the microphone from jostling free.

Midland continues its tradition of firsts with an industry leading 3-year warranty on this radio.

What's in the Box
Radio, mounting apparatus, and a user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 40-channel mobile CB receiver with retro 1960s styling and drift-free phase-lock-loop tuner
  • Dual-conversion superheterodyne receiver, illuminated S/RF/power meter
  • Green LED digital channel indicator, switchable Automatic Noise Limiter (ANL)
  • Slide click-mount, 4-way output power
  • Filter and CB/PA switches, locking microphone connector

11. Midland 7 Channel NOAA Weather Radio with SAME Technology
list price: $49.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B0001OHH0Q
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 18702
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Features

  • 7 NOAA Channels
  • SAME Technology
  • 25 Programable Counties
  • 12 Hour Clock with Alarm and Snooze
  • Selectable Warning System 90db siren, Voice alert or Flashing LED

12. Midland 18-259W Through Window Mount Weather Band Antenna
list price: $21.99
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00009V2YP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 2930
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Features

  • Covers all Weather Band Channels
  • Improves range of Weather Radios
  • Through Glass Mount for Easy Installation
  • Prewired Cable

13. Midland AVP-1 Microphones for G-225C2 and G-227C2 Radios (2 Headsets)
list price: $19.95
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00008JOMD
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 8571
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Amazon.com Product Description

Use your Midland radios in comfort and style with this pair of convenient headset microphones. Designed for use with Midland G-225C2, G-227C2, G-300C2, and G-300MC2 radios, the AVP_1's dual-pin jacks offer maximum durability, and flexible microphone booms let each wearer adjust the headset for optimum comfort. Push-to-talk buttons reduce interference and offer a modicum of privacy when your mic is stationed directly over your mouth. ... Read more

Features

  • Comforatable Headset
  • Microphone
  • Pair Packed
  • G-225C2/G-227C2/G-300C2/G-300MC2

14. Midland WR10 All Hazard Radio with AM/FM Radio
list price: $39.99
our price: $29.80
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Asin: B00005NT9H
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 22496
Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

In addition to being a handy AM/FM radio for general use, Midland's WR10 Weather/Hazard Alert Radio also receives all seven NOAA weather/hazard channels, so you're always up-to-date on weather information. If you are listening to the radio, the WR10 will automatically switch to the local weather broadcast when an alert tone is transmitted. The radio can be used anywhere, providing a telescoping antenna for improved reception in remote locations and an AC power adapter. It uses a 9-volt battery for portable power support, which is not included. ... Read more

Features

  • Portable weather/hazard alert radio
  • Receives all 7 NOAA channels
  • Instant weather information 24 hours a day
  • Weather alert siren
  • AM/FM radio reciever

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Wal-Mart Almost Giving Them Away
My local Wal-Mart store in Naples, Florida is selling Midland WR-10 Weather Radios for two bucks ($2.00) each! (The radio originally sold for about 30 bucks at Wal-Mart).

I bought about a dozen of them to pass out to my friends. The radio does EXACTLY what it's intended to do...give weather information and weather alerts, and it also has the AM and FM bands.You can set the radio to be absolutely quiet until it receives a weather alert.

The instructions are very clear and an included pamphlet gives the NOAA weather frequencies for all the major cities in the USA,(which can be easily set at the bottom of the radio). There are a number of other neat features which I won't go into here. So RUN to your local Wal-Mart and see if they still have any left at this absolutely amazing price!

My only problem... The radio is made in China, but then, just about everything in Wal-Mart comes from the Orient!

1-0 out of 5 stars Iffy Electronics?
I just purchased this radio locally, and I'm going to have to return it. The buttons aren't working. Considering that I've had trouble with another model weather radio from Midland, I wouldn't buy another product made by that company.

1-0 out of 5 stars Form over function
The Midland WR10 weather radio looks like a good example of industrial design gone bad. The design seems to be based on the company logo - a stylized letter "M". The problem is, assuming you're facing the "front" of the radio, all of the important controls such as the AM/FM radio tuning and volume are on the sides of the radio facing away from the user! I suppose you could operate it by feel, or position the radio backwards, but either way it still seems very awkward. Then again, if you never plan to use the WR10 as an AM/FM radio, it'll probably work just fine.

I saved myself a few dollars and ordered the similarly featured, but conventionally designed Midland 74105XL instead. Not as "pretty" but I'm sure it's identical in performance and a lot easier to use. ... Read more


15. Midland NTVP1 Nautico 5 Watt 88 Channel VHF Marine Handheld Radio with NOAA Weather, Rechargeable Battery, Charger, AC Adaptor and Watertight Case
list price: $69.99
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B0007TJ9SI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 21242
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Features

  • 3 Call Tones
  • Emergency Channel 16 Button
  • Dual Watch
  • 5 Watt VHF Marine Handheld
  • NOAA Weather/All Hazard

16. Midland G-28 GMRS 2-Way Radio w/ Charger
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B000069ATA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 32964
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17. Midland G-227C2 GMRS 2-Way Radios (Pair)
list price: $69.95
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00008JOMG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 11724
Average Customer Review: 1.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

These 2-way radios come with the convenience of both GMRS and FRSchannels. They feature a total of 22 GMRS/FRS channels with up to a seven mile rangewith the GMRS channels. The backlit LCD display offers easy reading in low-lightconditions. The G-227 radios also feature a key lock to prevent accidental channelchanges, and vibrating call alert. If you find yourself in inclement weather, you'llappreciate the water resistant housing. The hands-free VOX feature allows for hands-freeoperation. 836 sub-channels allow for private communicating. The G-227 operates onfour AAA batteries and run for around fifteen hours. Remember that you'll need a FCClicense to operate these powerful radios.

What's in the Box
Two G-227C2 radios, belt clip and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 22 Channel with 5 mile Range
  • Vibrating Alert
  • 38 Codes
  • Page/Call
  • VOX

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Nice features. Range doesn't live up to claim.
Love the features, but the range is not as advertised. In my test I used channel 22 on high power. 1/2 mile was about the best it could do. I bought to use playing paintball, so it should be okay for that, but I was also hoping to use it at places like large malls and theme parks to coordinate with the wife in kids. Oh well.

1-0 out of 5 stars 7 miles? no! 5Miles? no! 1 Mile? If your lucky
I coulnt even get 1 mile. Plain and Simple Dont waste your money. I have gotten farther range on cheap FRS Radios. The GMRS doesnt get any more range.

2-0 out of 5 stars Not a 7 miler, not a 3 miler, maybe not 2 miles...
Disappointing, thats about all I can say. I wasn't expecting to get the claimed 7 miles on land (who knows, it may get 5-7 on the water), but I have trouble just getting 1 mile on the land. Seems a small hill can even ruin the range. When I do get through the sound is clear, little to no squaks or breaks, and the privacy channels work well. Vibrating alert is very nice. It's just so very lacking in the range. I even took the time to register with the FDA so I could use the GMRS range legaly. Oh well. ... Read more


18. Midland GXT550VP1 Outfitter Series 5 Watt 22 Channel Mossy Oak Break Up Camo GMRS Value Pack with Up to 14 Mile Range, with 2 Headsets"
list price: $84.99
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Asin: B00081S27E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
Sales Rank: 5779
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Product Description

CAMO 14-MI RADIOS W/NOAA ... Read more

Features

  • Vibrating Alert with 5 Call Tones
  • 2 Level Vox for Hands Free Operation
  • 38 Privacy Codes
  • 5 Watt 22 Channel Mossy Oak GMRS with up to 14 Mile Range
  • NOAA Weather/All Hazard

19. Midland 21-406 Deluxe CB / Amateur / Marine Extension Speaker

our price: $14.99
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Asin: B000246VPM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland Consumer Radio
Sales Rank: 48428
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Features

  • High performance mobile speaker
  • Large 15 watt capacity
  • 8-ohm with swivel base
  • Clear crisp sound
  • Cord with 3.5mm plug

20. Midland F-10C FRS 2-Way Radio
list price: $69.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00006G9QB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Midland
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Amazon.com Product Description

This FRS radio has fourteen channels and has enough power to communicatewithin a two mile range. Midland claims this radio is the world's smallest, and there's nodoubt that the radio is ultra compact. The radio runs for approximately seven hours usingAAA alkaline batteries. Other features include: eVOX hands free with nine settings,stealth squelch, dual watch, call feature and channel scan. This is a simple to use, no FCClicense required FRS radio.

What's in the Box
Two F10 radios, belt clips and user's manual. ... Read more

Features

  • 14 channels
  • 2-mile range
  • Ultra compact
  • eVOX w/ 9 settings
  • Dual channel watch

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