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Cobra "MR HH500 FLT BT" VHF Radio

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Cobra "MR HH500 FLT BT" VHF Radio

Make & Model

Brand:
cobra
Model:
HH500
MSRP ($):
150.00

The compact Cobra "MR HH500 FLT BT" Handheld Floating VHF features Bluetooth® Wireless Technology to make and receive phone calls. It will keep your cell phone safe and dry while communicating loud and clear. It also features Cobra's exclusive Rewind-Say-Again digital voice recorder so you will never miss a VHF radio call. It features 6 Watts of power for longer range communications and full access to all NOAA weather channels and alarm tones for weather emergencies. It also includes all of the core features like; Noise canceling microphone, NOAA weather radio, Weather Alert, JIS7/IPX7 rated submersible and BURP.

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Bluetooth sealed he deal!

I selected this model over the rest of the floating vhf pack specifically for its bluetooth capability. The ability to pair it with my cell phone and to talk and make phone calls is amazing. My cell phone never leaves the dry box. I primarily use it in saltwater, so i was worried about durability. After 30+ trips on the gulf and the bays of destin, fl I have no worries that this radio will last for years. It has all the features you should be looking for, most importantly NOAA weather updates. I just wish it came with GPS for the price, but i got mine off ebay for $100. Looks like Cobra has since upgraded my model to the HH500. Highly recommended safety product that all kayakers should have.

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Waters Fished:
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
  • Offshore
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Floats, connect to cell phone, durable
Cons:
no gps
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