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Cobra AM1055 License-Free Two-Way Walkie Talkie Radios, Floating - 2 Pack

Cobra AM1055
R3,299.00
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Product Details
Brand: Cobra

Floating design and waterproof two-way radio/walkie talkie with advanced features for demanding conditions.


This Cobra Floating Walkie Talkie is the perfect radio for your next hike, camping trip or other outdoor adventure. The AM1055 FLT two-way radios come ready to use out of the box and have a max performance range of up to 12km. The radios' compact design and rubberized grip make them easy to carry in wet and dusty environments and even if you do drop them in water, the floating & waterproof (IPX7 standard) design make them ready for anything you or mother nature can throw at them.

Floating and Waterproof Design
Floating and waterproof (IPX7) two-way radio with up to 12km range

Compact and Lightweight
45 grams weight of each will not interfere with your adventure


16 Channels and 121 Privacy Codes
Combine 16 channels. 121 privacy codes, and 1963 Privacy Combinations, to secure your conversations


Up to 12km Range
Perfect performance range for your indoor or outdoor activities


Memory Locations
Store and scan up to 10 channels and channel/privacy code combinations


Burp
Expel water from inside the speaker grill in case the radio is dropped in water


Key Specs


Maximum Radio Range: 12km
Water Resistant: IPX7
Weatherband: Yes
Number of Frequencies:12 Channels
Number of PMR44 Channels: 7
Number Of Privacy Codes: 121
Channel Scan: Yes

Power
Rechargeable Battery: Yes
Batteries Included: Yes
Battery Size: AA
Number of Batteries Required: 3 per radio

Unit Dimensions

Height: 6.05" (153.62mm)
Width: 2.41" (61.3mm)
Depth: 1.55" (39.46mm)
Weight: 0.235 lbs (97.5g)

Cobra Two-Way Radios/Walkie Talkies Are Ideal For:

Biking: Coordinate where to meet up with other bikers or let your group know where you are
Camping: Let others know your location or share your activities if you're away from your campsite
Hiking: Ensure reliable communication to share your whereabouts or if you get lost or need help
Picnics: Keep in touch when doing separate activities or if you need to be able to find others
Vacations: Use when cell phone service isn't available or to communicate with others inside a hotel
Exercise: Keep track of others when exercising with different groups or to connect with a home base

Troubleshooting

Problem: My radios get short range.

Please note that the advertised range is only under ideal conditions such as:

Fresh batteries

Absolutely no obstructions between the radios (for example communication over water or from mountaintop to mountaintop)

To maximize range, please make sure that the batteries are fully charged. You can also try regular alkaline batteries.

Problem: Channels 8 to 14 are locked on low power per FCC regulations, so try using channels 1 to 7 or channels 15 to 22.

On some models you can adjust the transmit power level. Make sure it is set to HI.

Please note that use inside a building or inside a car will reduce the range.

Problem: When I turn on my radio it shows low battery.

When you turn on your radio it will perform a display test. Everything will light up on the display, including the low battery icon. The display test lasts a couple seconds, after which you will get the normal operating display.

Please ignore the low battery icon during power-up. After the display test is done you can then see if the low battery icon is showing. If the batteries are low then the low battery icon will be flashing.
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