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Cobra CX335 Two Way Radio $19.99 shipped with $20 off coupon

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https://www.cobrafrs.com/products/cx335

This sports radio has compact design with up to 23-mile range. With weather alerts be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver. Voice-activated (VOX) transmission frees hands for other tasks. Five selectable tones will distinguish between different parties for incoming calls. A total of 2662 channel combinations are available when the 22 channels are combined with the 121 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/83 DCS). These combinations prevent interference from other radios.

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Up to 23 mile range - Provides extended signal range with 2662 channel combinations.
10 NOAA weather channels - Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver.
Weather resistant
VOX - Voice-activated transmission frees hands for other tasks.
Call Alert - 5 selectable tones distinguishes between different parties on oncoming calls.
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Weight: 0.235 lbs (97.5g)
Height: 6.05" (153.62mm)
Width: 2.41" (61.3mm)
Depth: 1.55" (39.46mm)
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Does it say what battery type it uses anywhere? Couldn't seem to find it, and wondering if it's rechargeable or standard batteries

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Found it, they use 3 AA batteries each
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Is that for one unit, or a pair?
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Thanks OP! Is it for 1 radio or a pair?
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Thanks OP! Is it for 1 radio or a pair?
It's for the pair. And I assume 3AA batteries each, but not sure.
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Is this good anyone using? How much is the life time on this 3 AA battery
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for the more 'practical' uses ..... are these any good on cruise ships? Smilie
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I was looking for a review but didn't find any on these. Does anybody have these?
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Are these legal or compliant with FCC ?
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I got these for hiking earlier in the season and going to get me a second pair!!!!!
You won't be disappointed.
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is a AAA battery a drawback ?
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for the more 'practical' uses ..... are these any good on cruise ships? Smilie
anyone know if these are good on cruise ships?
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I got these for hiking earlier in the season and going to get me a second pair!!!!!
You won't be disappointed.
Do you have any sense what the range is when out in the woods?
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Yeah, no reviews = no sale. Too much junk out there. Only comment from a new user with one post. Like all things, when it's too good (or too cheap) to be true, skip it.
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for the more 'practical' uses ..... are these any good on cruise ships? Smilie
I've used similar units on cruise ships. They will work on most deck open to the outside from one end of the vessel to the other but it is only likely work side to side of not fully blocked BTW ships' structure. It worked well as a ship to shore, or during shore visits by all parties which is very useful in port. It might not work cabin to cabin since ships are primarily metal which will block signal. I always take mine.
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