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Cobra Walkie-Talkie microTalk CXR925 35-Mile 22-Channel Two-Way Radio
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- 35 Mile Range, 22 Channels & 142 Privacy Codes
- 10 Channel NOAA Radio
- Rewind-Say-Again Digital Voice Recorder
- 2 Rechargeable Lithium Ion batteries with desk charger
- Lead-Free Packaging
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This item Cobra Walkie-Talkie microTalk CXR925 35-Mile 22-Channel Two-Way Radio
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|Color||One Color||Black/Silver||Yellow and black||Cobra Electronics 23-mile 2-way Radios 2 Pk||Cobra Electronics 16-mile Frs And Gmrs 2-way||Dark Grey|
|Item Dimensions||5.5 x 2 x 1.5 in||2.4 x 4 x 1.4 in||1.15 x 2.14 x 6.21 in||2.41 x 1.55 x 6.05 in||1.96 x 1.46 x 5.16 in||3.5 x 15 x 8.5 in|
|Style Name||Cobra Walkie-Talkie||Pair Pack||Two Pack||CX 312||CX 112||50-Miles - GMR5089-2CKHS|
The Cobra CXR925 is a Micro TALK 2-way radio, two pack with up to a 35 mile range. This unit consists of 22 channels, 142privacy codes (38 CTCSS codes/ 104 DCS codes) and comes complete with 2 rechargeable lithium ion battery packs, and a 2-port desktop mini-charger. This unit also features a 10 channel NOAA radio for storm and emergency alerts, as well as a Rewind- Say-Again digital voice recorder which allows you to playback the last 20 seconds of audio, transmit saves messages, and record messages to yourself. Additional features of the CXR925 include 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. Number of Channels present is 22-channel, 38 analog / 104 digital. Channel Combinations 3124. Radio Type is High-powered GMRS/FRS radio. This product comes in ROHS lead free, packaging.
From the Manufacturer
Up to 35 mile range. The maximum power allowed by law and the highest capacity lithium ion batteries in the industry! It also features the new high-tech Rewind-Say-AgainT feature, allowing users to replay missed calls. This eliminates the risk of missing an important call due to a noisy environment and allows users to store information that otherwise would be lost. Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver. Patented VibrAlert notifies you of a call in noisy or all-quiet environments. The radios include rechargeable high capacity lithium ion batteries and a two-port desktop charger. The desktop charger wall adapter can also charge one radio through its speaker/microphone/charge jack.
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|UHF/FM||Ultra-clear long distance reception.|
|Up to 35 Mile Range||Extended range capacity provides up to 35 mile range. (Range will vary depending on terrain and conditions.)|
|Rewind-Say-Again Digital Voice Recorder||Miss a call? Playback the last 20 seconds of audio. Transmit saved messages. Record messages to yourself.|
|Selectable Power Output||Choose between High Power to maximize range or Low Power to conserve battery life (in GMRS).|
|3124 Channel Combinations||Available when the 22 channels are combined with the 142 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/104 DCS), these combinations prevent interference from other radios.|
|NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio||Be prepared for storms and emergencies with the built-in NOAA radio receiver providing coverage of all government operated weather channels.|
|VOX||The user's voice is detected and the radio transmits without the need to press any buttons, freeing hands for other tasks. 5 VOX sensitivity levels allow the user to select at which point the radio will detect their voice.|
|Patented VibrAlert||Provides a silent alert for incoming calls. Ideal for noisy or all-quiet environments.|
|10 Channel Memory||Allows the user to program up to 10 channel or channel/privacy code combinations for easy retrieval.|
|Battery Saver Circuitry||A unique circuit extends the life of the batteries. If there are no transmissions within 10 seconds, the unit will automatically switch to battery saver mode.|
|Scan Feature||Allows the user to scan either channels or privacy codes within a channel to locate conversations in progress.|
|Key Lock||When activated, provides key pad security eliminating accidental channel changes.|
|10 Call Tones||Allows the user to differentiate between up to 10 different parties on incoming calls.|
|Roger Beep Tone (selectable)||Confirmation tone indicates the completion of the user's transmission, and signals to others it is clear to talk. This feature is selectable and can be turned on or off.|
|Auto Squelch||Automatically shuts off weak transmissions or unwanted noise due to terrain or range constraints.|
|Maximum Range Extender||Overrides Auto Squelch to provide extended range reception.|
|Illuminated LCD Display||Provides maximum ease of use even at night.|
|Keystroke Tone Signal (Selectable on/off)||Confirms key activation. This feature is selectable and can be turned ON or OFF.|
|Speaker/Microphone/Charger Jack||Allows use of wall charger, or earphone speaker/microphones (not included) for "hands-free" operation.|
|Belt Clip||Secures your microTALK radio while on the go.|
|2 Lithium Ion Batteries||Ultra compact, high-capacity rechargeable batteries.|
|Two-Port Desktop Charger||Charges supplied Lithium Ion batteries inside radios. Charger accommodates 1 or 2 radios.|
|Height||7.0 inches (177.5 mm)|
|Width||1.9 inches (49.0 mm)|
|Length||1.3 inches (33.0 mm)|
|Weight||0.15 pounds (68 g)|
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I have an addition to this comment. My son lost, or thought he lost 1 of these radios. I ordered another set, and the new set was the 27 mile range Walkie Talkies. Contrary to the comments from others, there is a difference! These radios cost more and they transmit further! FACT!!
3/3/2017 and we still love these little radios. Awesome!
5/11/2017 and I am confused about one thing. Do you or don't you need a license to use these radios legally. There are hundreds of answers. The instruction manual used -27 font, so you need a literal microscope to read it. I can not find the exact mz. these things run on. They are awesome, but not worth an FCC fine.
Wife and I have only used these a couple weeks for the three floor house and 10 acres. I have keyed in numerous times I can hear her mumbling better down the stairs than over the radio - she's not pressing the switch under the fake button. Then again, as long as she thinks she's talking to me - maybe that's not so bad.
That's my only beef and it makes me want to change to a different radio. I want to push a button and talk - not spend three seconds finding the microswitch.
Other than that, our property is 10 fully wooded and these cover it all, end to end, corner to corner.
I got these cobra microtalk CXR925 to replace a set of cobra microtalk LI 6000-2 WX VP that had lasted 8 years before one of the radios just stopped working. I was looking forward to the "updated" version of my old microtalks. First off, these radios aren't so "micro" being a full 2 1/2 inches taller than the old one. These are thinner and taller. (not a deal breaker) 2) construction in much cheaper. Overall feel is very "plasticy" and cheap/light plastic at that. Again, I'm comparing to the old microtalks because that is what I can base my experience on. The clip on the back is a thinner not so clippy piece of plastic whose job seems to hold the battery compartment in place rather than clip to clothing items with any sense of true security. (not really a deal breaker for me either) 3)these radios ARE compatible with my old set. Just tune to the same channel and viola all is good. (this feature moved this review up a star) 4) One of the radios was inaudible. Could not hear when volume on max (which is 8 by the way, 8. Does that seem weird to anyone besides myself? 8 is max? I wish it was 11......insert Spinal Tap joke here... So as other reviewers have stated these seem to be hit or miss. I contacted Amazon who is sending an immediate replacement set. I've read the reviews on other camping/outdoor sites and in comparison to other higher end models these microtalks blew them away as far as functionality in a real world setting and no other battery can match the time between charging as these. I will update this review when my replacement set arrives and I can truly put them through the paces. As of now, cross your fingers and hope you get a good pair.
These Cobras have better sound from the speakers than my old radios, nice and crisp. The Rewind feature is going to be very handy for me. The controls are easy to use; all the functions that I will use regularly have their own buttons, so I will rarely need to go into the menus, unlike my old radios. And in one test of a difficult location, these got through where the old radios didn't. The only things I would like different so far would be (1) have the rewind function work when the lock function is engaged, and (2) better belt clips. I trusted the belt clips on my old radios most of the time, except when I was stooping down, but with these I am going to carry the radio in my front pants pocket most of the time. That said, the control buttons require enough force that I don't expect to need the lock function. I've already carried it in my pocket quite a bit, and no buttons have been activated unintentionally.
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Downsides? Can't use normal batteries and the battery charge meter is ridiculous. It only shows anything at the last minute before death.