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Cobra 75WXST 40-Channel CB Radio

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75 WX ST
  • 40 CB channels
  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels
  • Clearer transmissions and less-noisy reception
  • Unified design; CB fits in your hand
  • Channel scan
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Model: 75 WX ST
Technical Details
Item Weight1.8 pounds
Product Dimensions2.8 x 4 x 1.6 inches
Item model number75 WX ST
Display TypeLCD
Height (inches)2 inches
Width (inches)4 inches
Weight1.8 Pounds
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Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableOctober 1, 2001
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Warranty, Parts: Parts

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Model: 75 WX ST
  • Brand Name: Cobra
  • Model: 75 WX ST
  • Device Type: CB Radio
  • Warranty: TWO YEARS

Product Description

Model: 75 WX ST


This sleek, compact mobile CB radio can quickly and accurately scan through all 40 CR channels. The easy-to-read LCD display shows the channel number, incoming signal strength, and RE power output in digital or normal CB channel readout. The radio can pick up 10 NOAA Weather Radio channels so you always have up-to-the-minute weather news. Its Dual Watch function allows simultaneous monitoring of 2 channels. The unique design unifies microphone and radio into one piece, so the entire CB radio can fit easily into your hand or can be nicely tucked away under a dashboard. The Cobra 25 WX ST also provides instant access to emergency channel 9 for emergency announcements.

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This radio works very well and is very easy to install.
Leonard H. Abel
It fits perfectly on my console with the small box hidden away inside.
Paul M. Provencher
Even with an external speaker, it sounds really tinny.
E. L. Green

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182 of 185 people found the following review helpful By Paul M. Provencher VINE VOICE on August 7, 2002
Model: 75 WX ST Verified Purchase
The Cobra 75 WX ST Weatherband CB provides an incredible amount of functionality in a very small package. Installation is fast and easy - with a couple tools, your antenna mounted, and little skill, you can have this radio up and running in an hour or two.
CB radios are limited to low-power broadcasting at 4 watts or less. This radio provides maximum power allowed by law and is capable of some pretty incredible range under the right conditions. With a properly tuned, high-quality antenna, I have had coversations with others using the same radio up to 9 miles away. Under normal circumstances, 1-2 miles is more realistic.
As for features, this one has several:
- Scan (all 40 channels in sequence)
- Dual Scan (two channels of your choice)
- Memory
- Lock (so the hand controls don't get reset by accident)
- Weatherband (10 NOAA frequencies)
- Last 3 channels
- SoundTracker (like Dolby noise reduction)
I use mine in a 1999 Jeep Wrangler where there is little extra space for another device. It fits perfectly on my console with the small box hidden away inside.
I can listen to truckers while I am on the highway, talk to my friends when we go off-highway, or scan the channels for both when driving to and from the trails. In the two years I have used mine, it has never given me any problems. It is very sturdy and should stand up to hard use.
I purchased the optional external speaker so that it would be easier to hear but many people find the unit works well right out of the box!
There might be bigger, badder CB's out there, but this one is a peach!
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143 of 145 people found the following review helpful By T.J. VINE VOICE on September 27, 2004
Model: 75 WX ST Verified Purchase
After looking at multiple CB systems, I finally decided upon this little number for a few reasons.

Originally, I wanted a CB that would fit in my dash above my radio (I drive a 4Runner) so the CB would look nice and integrated. I was told by many installers that I didn't have enough depth in my empty slot above the radio. One installer recommended this CB, but I was skeptical about the small, all-inclusive package. One thing I did like about this CB right from the start was that it's easy to hide from view, thus reducing any potential break-in for my CB or my Radio. When I'm not using this CB I slide it under the front seat and it's completely hidden and doesn't bother any passengers. Another HUGE benefit to this radio that I didn't discover until I used it was that everything is on the handset, which means that everything can be adjusted VERY easily while driving. In fact, after a few uses, you'll know all the buttons, so you no longer have to take your eyes of the road or bend over to grab the radio or change channels. I just keep the radio next to my leg and operate it without have to move or look away.

I use a 6ft magnetic mount/unscrewable whip Wilson antenna. With direct line-of-sight, I can get about 11 miles, significantly farther than I had expected. In actual use, I get about 4 miles or so. Also, I typically only use it on the highway.

The weather band has been especially nice. I've driven all throughout the south from Arizona to Florida and I've been able to pick up weather stations almost everywhere.

I had my doubts at first with this unit, but after having used it for two years, I've come to really love it. I would definitely but this CB again.
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190 of 198 people found the following review helpful By DR on January 10, 2007
Model: 75 WX ST Verified Purchase
I purchased a Midland 75-822 CB first and then a Cobra 75WST about 5 months later, they are both designed with most, if not all, of the electronics built into the handset type of CBs. I wanted to use an external speaker with the handheld CB for better sound clarity. The Cobra's external speaker jack is in a more covenant, out of the way location, with possibly easier to operate with one hand controls than the Midland CB. On the Cobra the remote speaker plugs into the remote adapter and not directly into the handset as the Midland unit must. This eliminates that extra (in the way) wire running from the Midland handset to the external speaker and places the extra wire out of the way connecting it directly to the remote adapter of the Cobra, not to the handset. With an external speaker plugged into the Midland CB its on/off volume and squelch controls are even more difficult to access. The Cobra handset has a longer coiled cord that's nice but its handset is a little overly large but not unworkable.

The Cobra volume and squelch controls are more conveniently located but don't have any mid range markings. This makes it hard to see where your settings are until something comes in too low to hear or screeches out too loud. They are also a little hard to reach and work with, with your thumb, especially with the on/off volume control which is a little hard and stiff to switch off. The Midland's controls are on top and kind of a two handed operation, neither manufacture's design is a clear winner while driving a vehicle but maybe the Cobra is a touch ahead here for one handed use. By the way, when I purchase hand gloves, they are the extra large size.

The Sound Tracker system appears to work but maybe a bit of a scam from my informal tests.
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