Atlantis 250 VHF hand held radio
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Product: Atlantis 250 VHF hand held radio

  1. #1
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    Default Atlantis 250 VHF hand held radio

    Product Manufacturer: Uniden
    Superior value, rugged performance!
    From the roughest seas to the calmest harbors, Uniden built this durable handheld VHF Marine Radio to provide reliable communication right at your fingertips. Covering all USA, International and Canadian marine channels, as well as all N.O.A.A. Weather channels with Weather Alert, you'll always know what's coming. And, with its variable power, tough waterproof construction and backlit LCD display and keypad, you'll be able to operate with ease, no matter what the conditions. Other features include: 1 watt/5 Watt selectable power output, 10 hour NiMH rechargeable battery and alkaline battery tray, mountable charging cradle, memory channel scan and supplied with 12vDC and 110VAC charger

    Waterproof construction
    Backlit LCD display and keypad
    USA, International and Canadian marine channels
    N.O.A.A. Weather channels with Weather Alert
    Memory channel scan
    1 watt/5 Watt selectable power output
    10 hour NiMH rechargeable battery
    Includes alkaline battery tray
    Mountable charging cradle
    Supplied with 12vDC and 110VAC charger
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    Price Paid: 79
    Recommended: yes
    Cons: none to think of
    Pros: 5 watt capable, water resistant, back lit buttons, rechargable battery, robust casing
    Great hand held VHF for ditch bag, back-up to main VHF, or for simple small craft/boat safety communication.

    From my use, and I excercise my 250 (used as a back-up and kept in the ditch bag) and it's reception is clear and tranmission is clear as well. Good output for a handheld.

    As with anything with batteries.. good to pack a spare set of alkaline batt's as back up. The radio comes with a chargable battery and charger, but also comes with an extra battery case that uses 6 AA batteries! that's a great option for a radio normally sells for about $100.

    The Uniden 250 is a good unit that works!

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    Price Paid: 95
    Recommended: yes
    Cons: Belt-Clip is a little awkward to operate.
    Pros: Excellent reception and battery life, well appointed with in-the-box accessories, simple to operate.
    Very nice radio, good basic features include break-in weather, priority scanning and an easy to read display. Perfect for a small boat or kayak.

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