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Cobra 29 WXNWBT 40-Channel CB Radio with Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity

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  • One Touch Bluetooth Wireless Connectivity Allows for call directly through the CB radio with most Bluetooth Phones
  • NOAA weather & Emergency Alert lets you know if dangerous weather is nearby even if the CB is off
  • Noise Cancelling Microphone allows for crystal clear communication in a noisy environment
  • 4 Pin front microphone connector allows convenient installation in or under the dash
  • 9 ft. Microphone cord for easy reach within any area of the vehicle
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight5.6 pounds
Product Dimensions3 x 12 x 13.2 inches
California residentsClick here for Proposition 65 warning
Item model numberCBR29WXNWBT
WarrantyONE YEAR
Weight5.8 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB002IY97O6
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableMarch 15, 2007
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Cobra
  • Model: CBR29WXNWBT
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Weight: 5.80 pounds
  • Warranty: ONE YEAR

Product Description

The Cobra 29 WX NW BT features one touch phone operation with a noise cancelling microphone which allows you to make and receive crystal clear calls thru the CB radio, in the noisiest of environments, with just the push of a button. Other features include one touch auto redial, switchable NB/ANL for increased noise reduction, Loud and clear incoming audio thru the 5 watt CB speaker, adjustable dynamike boost for increased voice clarity through the microphone, and RF Gain which adjusts receiving gain in weak and strong signal areas. The 29 WX NW BT also has an illuminated "Nightwatch" front panel which allows for switch and control recognition day or night, and includes a dimmer control for personalizing the brightness. This unit also has several safety features including instant access to 7 NOAA weather stations, 24 hours a day in all 50 states, Emergency Weather Alert that sets off a tone to let you know if threatening weather is nearby even when CB is turned off, as well as instant access to emergency channel 9 and information channel 19 (9/19). In addition, there's an antenna warning that lights up when the antenna needs checking, and tactile controls that allow you to feel where the dial is in it's rotation without taking your eyes off the road. The 4-pin front microphone connector allows for easy and convenient installation in or under the dash! When it comes to your safety, convenience and connectivity on the road, Nothing compares to a Cobra!

Customer Reviews

Iam very pleased with this Cobra CB Radio.
Mike
The mic works very well for phone calls, my truck is pretty noisy and people say that this cobra mic blocks ALMOST all of the background noise.
Shovel
In addition, many states are now banning the use of cell phone while driving.
Daniel Raimon

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Daniel Raimon on July 10, 2010
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I have used Cobras for years. They are reliable, and well built. When my old one finally died, after many years of reliable service, I went looking for a replacement, and when I saw this one was Bluetooth enabled, I went with it. I am very pleased. Linkup with my cell phone was quick and easy, and if you have used a radio before, it works just the same. Both hands are free most of the time, and your field of vision is not impacted, the way it is when using a cell phone on the road. In addition, many states are now banning the use of cell phone while driving. But this allows you to continue to use your phone, in a legal manner. (Washington State comes to mind, but there are others.) Almost I am glad my previous one died.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. T. Cunningham on September 10, 2010
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I read the reviews before purchasing this. I was not sure of the wisdom of walking away from Galaxy...however, the Bluetooth feature simply enticed me enough to fork over the money for it. I have tinitus bad (from Marine Corps) and I simply cannot hear my cell over it while driving my Dodge deisel.

However, I was concerned as to whether or not it would work with my cell: a Blackberry Storm. After reading another review, I was also worried about my carrier, Verizon.

Yet, I am happy to report, I hooked it up, and after a couple of attempts got it to recognize my phone. BUT...no sooner had I done that, than I lost the channel display! I remember reading another review where the reviewer said he had lost his channel display as well. I could not believe it!

So, my first call on the Cobra was TO Cobra technical support LOL I will add, the phonecall was very easy to hear and extremely clear. I held the mic up to my mouth like I normally do when speaking on the radio.

Anyway, tech support was busy (not a good sign) so I left a message describing the problem...and no sooner had I hung up than I fiddled with the nobs to familiarize myself further...and that is when I bumped into the dimmer nob.

DUH! I did not lose the channel display, I just had the blasted dimmer switch all the way down LOL I was quite relieved it was my own fault and not the radio's.

I will update more as I use this radio AS a radio, as well as a phone. Impressed so far:)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E5 user on August 26, 2012
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I'm not a c.b. enthusiast or expert. I am one who does a lot of business over the mobile phone and I believe the radio itself is an on board public safety device. Every Bluetooth-enabled phone that you want to pair with is different. My old Motorola feature phone routed all audio (even ringtone) to the Cobra. The two Androids that followed route only voice calls to Bluetooth, as intended. Parties on the other end often hear me well in a rolling semi and have not complained about echoing or background noise.

The c.b. radio: this device was sweet because I wanted the freedom of a Bluetooth speaker and channel 19 on the switch. I never bothered to calibrate, however, so talking back is hit or miss but I year reports just fine. Speaking of reports, I haven't tested the weather band feature yet. My #1 complaint would be the backlit display or lack thereof. I don't know if the illumination is defective or I have a bad wire or what but the analog display is off 95% of the night. Then I'll hit a bump and it flickers back on. Be advised that your c.b. functionality is interrupted by an active voice call. So you'll need to be especially watchful of other motorists, your trailer, and conditions.

My second complaint is its microphone. What is it with Cobra's cheap plastic mics? The little thin plastic disk on back for keeper broke early into a half circle. Gorilla glue didn't work so I bought a $2 hook. Also, the Bluetooth button itself is on the mic/mouthpiece. It is raised and very touchy. You can be calling or answering someone one minute then disconnecting the next. Ideally you will not be holding on to the microphone during an important call--but you can hang up or inadvertently answer just by cradling the mic to its keeper. So watch for errant fingers.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joss L. Williamson on June 26, 2010
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works as advertised, didn't even have to punch in the code for my smartphone to lock it in. connects every time I turn it on. Only issue has been that the noise canceling mic, seems to not knock down as much background as anticipated, so I need to roll up the windows to use it with any clarity. CB's have been allowed for over forty years as vehicle communication devices. great multifunction handsfree device. Military installations do not allow head worn bluetooth devices, and for the money, I get a handsfree device that does more than just talk to my phone. I am glad I chose this over installing or initiating the handsfree system in my truck. If you are gonna spend $200 on a handsfree system....definitely look this over. Cheaper bluetooths are available, but none that allow for backup communications.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Shovel on September 1, 2011
I had my CB peaked & tuned. Works surprisingly well. I really enjoy not having to fiddle with any wires, headset, or earpieces. I've been using the mic only for calls, haven't tried the external mic yet. You must use the special cobra mic that comes with the radio, it is a 6 pin mic that has the cb & telephone speakers built into one mic. The mic works very well for phone calls, my truck is pretty noisy and people say that this cobra mic blocks ALMOST all of the background noise. Others say that the background noise is very faint, but it doesn't deter from having a good phone conversation. I had a blueparrot, worked great, didn't like the headset feel. I had different earpieces, i couldn't hear them, and they couldn't hear me over all the background noise. With this cb, i only have to turn the volume knob up half way & i can hear wonderfully. The CB portion works well. You're not going to talk 5-10 miles with this radio. You will experience a quality phone conversation balanced with a good 2-5 mile range cb. I recommend the 29 WXNTBT over the 29 LTD because of the extra features of a dimmable switch & nightwatch are worth the extra cost in my opinion. I miss my Galaxy & Road King mic, but now i can have a good coversation where both parties can hear each other. It's a small sacrifice, but, I recommend the 29 WXNTBT.
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