|Product Name||Cobra Walkie-Talkie Microtalk Cxr725 27-Mile 22-Channel Two-Way Radio|
|Category||Automotive: Parts / Accessories|
|Amazon.com||Buy on Amazon ~ B00365E1GA|
|Price New||41.99 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Price Used||30.79 US Dollars (curriencies)|
|Long Description||The Cobra CXR725 is a Micro TALK 2-way radio, two pack with up to a 27 mile range. This unit consists of 22 channels, 142privacy codes (38 CTCSS codes/ 104 DCS codes) and comes complete with 2 lithium ion battery packs, and a 2-port desktop mini-charger. This unit also features hands-free operation (VOX), VibrAlert silent paging, call alert (10 selectable tones), a backlit LCD display, a scanning function (channels/ privacy codes), a single pin speaker/ microphone/ charge jack, a 10 channel memory, selectable hi/low power in GMRS, key lock, roger beep (selectable on/off), key stroke tones (Selectable on/off) , a battery low indicator, battery/ power saver mode, signal strength meter, auto squelch, a maximum range extender, and a belt clip. This product comes in ROHS lead free packaging.|
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