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Cobra Walkie-Talkie microTalk CXR825 22-Channel Two-Way Radio (Pair)

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CBRCXR825
  • 30-mile range, 22 channels, and 142 privacy codes
  • 10-channel NOAA radio, hands-free operation (VOX), and VibrAlert silent paging
  • 2 lithium-ion battery packs and a two-port desktop mini-charger included
  • Maximum range extender and belt clip included for maximum efficiency and carrying ease
  • Lead-free packaging
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Product Information

Model: CBRCXR825
Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 pounds
Product Dimensions10.1 x 7.4 x 2.5 inches
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Item model numberCBRCXR825
Display TypeLCD
Warranty1 Year
Weight3.3 Pounds
  
Additional Information
ASINB00365E1H4
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2010
  
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Model: CBRCXR825
  • Brand Name: Cobra
  • Model: CBRCXR825
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Display: LCD
  • Width: 0.00 inches
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Product Description

Model: CBRCXR825

Cobra Walkie-Talkie microTalk CXR825 22-Channel Two-Way Radio (Pair)

World's smallest high-powered GMRS/FRS radio. VibrAlert notifies you of a call in noisy or all-quiet environments. Voice-activated transmission frees hands for other tasks. A total of 3124 channel combinations are available when the 22 channels are combined with the 142 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/104 DCS). Includes compact lithium ion batteries for longer use between charges.

Features:
  • Up to 30 mile range - World’s most compact high-powered radio with extended range.
  • NOAA weather and emergency radio - Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver.
  • VibrAlert - Notifies you of a call in noisy or all- quiet environments.
  • VOX - Voice-activated transmission frees hands for other tasks.
  • Desktop charger & rechargeable lithium ion batteries included - High capacity batteries for longer use between charges.

Customer Reviews

They both work perfectly, and the sound quality is great.
Mr. G
Within a couple of weeks, my 2 radios (the same ones I sent back) were returned to me and the previous volume issue with both units was completely corrected.
NOLAPelican
We've only used them about a half mile or so distance but the reception was crystal clear even through the trees and hills.
twokyboysmama

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

75 of 75 people found the following review helpful By NOLAPelican on June 28, 2011
Model: CXR925 Verified Purchase
I recently bought a pair of these Cobra MicroTalk CXR925 two-way radios to use as 'test' replacement radios for our 6.5 acre, 4 building mini-campus (mostly we purchased based on various strong customer reviews and the longer charge life of lithium batteries, which we need for a full 8 Hr workday's usage.) Five years ago, we purchased several pairs of earlier Cobra MicroTalk LI 6000 WX two-way radios, which were perfect for our facilities; they are durable, and perform wonderfully for our day-to-day staff operations purposes. Unfortunately, a couple of them have begun to fail due to almost 5 years of hard, daily usage and normal wear and tear ... but they were a great investment during their working lives and some are still working like champs. Disappointingly, our 2 newer and more expensive 'test' Cobra MicroTalk CXR925 replacements have proven to be an unsuccessful replacement of our older Cobra LI 6000 WX models. The only problem (but a major one) is that at the highest volume setting of '8' on these CXR925s, these 2 new radios are barely audible and my maintenance and janitorial employees have complained that they often have to place the units right up to their ears to clearly hear transmissions. We now only use these 2 newer CXR925 units with office personnel and with earpieces. Wish Cobra still made the LI 6000 WX model.

IMPORTANT REVIEW NOTE / CUSTOMER FOLLOW-UP FOR THE ABOVE REVIEW: This is a follow-up to the above review by the myself, the author. I sent the above mentioned 2 radios back to Cobra's factory repair services per instructions from their repair department shortly after writing this review. Within a couple of weeks, my 2 radios (the same ones I sent back) were returned to me and the previous volume issue with both units was completely corrected.
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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By Jerry on May 3, 2010
Model: CBRCXR825 Verified Purchase
Among the brands of GMRS/FRS radios, Cobra is the only one I've found to use Li-ion batteries. Compared to other rechargeable battery technologies, Li-ion will last longer and weigh less. Cobra has three models in their flagship category: 925, 825, 725. I chose the 825 for a few reasons.

Compared to the 925, this model lacks the voice recorder and has lower battery capacity. Without the voice recorder, if you miss something, I think it's a matter of asking people to repeat their message. Although the 925 battery capacity is higher, the voice recorder increases the power draw, so it may offset and result in similar battery life. The main differences between the 725 is the capability to receive NOAA weather broadcasts; I believe the batteries and the outside form factor are the same.

They advertise different communication ranges (35, 30, 27) in miles. I'm skeptical and wish there were more truth in advertising. However, for casual users, you're probably within 5 miles. These types of GMRS/FRS radios do not work well inside cars unless you have an external antenna. If used properly, they work reasonably well. I've been able to communicate within 10 miles. For the purists, the 925 and 825 have three transmit power levels (5, 2, 0.5 watts) while the 725 has only two (5, 0.5 watts).

So far, I can think of only one drawback - I wish Cobra makes a car charger. Their website says you may purchase parts and build your own, just call them for wiring info.
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Nom De Plume on June 15, 2010
Model: CBRCXR825 Verified Purchase
This is a strange walkie-talkie. First rate engineering with a second rate execution. It even looks a little strange with a cheap clear plastic grill on the front. This walkie-talkie is also one of the smallest on the market.

It is a very straight-forward and easy walkie-talkie to program. Much easier than the Midland, if you don't mind the NOAA blaring in the speakers each time you go through it to get the programming steps you need to change.

It had a strange way of fitting in the recharge base. It just plops in one way and easily wobbles, but it makes contact all the time.

Most of the commonly needed buttons are right on the front, not like others that make you dig through or do some button looping to get what you want. There is even a separate backlight on-button on the side.

The backlight does not evenly cover the LCD like many other comunication devices, but rather it is two lighted LED'S on either side of the display. Cheap, but it works.

The rechargeable batteries is put in a square sealed plastic case and difficult to remove from the walkie-talkie, luckily you shouldn't be doing that often.

The VOX works like all the others. Not very sensitive, but it will work if you learn to talk loud and even practically yell on the least sensitive adjustment. It has 5 adjustments.

Have not tried any accessory with it. But it should work in ordinary use if you just like to hold the Cobra in your hand and talk and recieve. It has all the ability built in to exceed the basics too, should your needs go further than that.

To use the high-range mode everyone knows "buy" now you have to get an FCC license, but in FRS free mode of a few miles or blocks depending on obstacles can be obtained.
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38 of 40 people found the following review helpful By Mr Handyman on June 28, 2010
Model: CBRCXR825 Verified Purchase
They are great! Fifteen of us went on a very large cruise ship and we used them to keep in touch since there was no cell phone service. The security code feature meant that we only heard each other and no one else even if they were on the same channel. They made the cruise much more enjoyable.
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