Uniden MHS125 Marine Handheld Radio
Uniden MHS125 Marine Handheld
The Uniden MHS125 handheld Marine radio meets the tough JIS8 submersible specification, and is packed with handy features like an emergency strobe light, all marine channels, NOAA weather alert, Dual and Triple watch, memory channel scan, instant access to emergency channels 16 or 9, and an adjustable transmit output power to maximize battery life. Uniden has also designed the MHS125 to float so that a radio overboard is not a radio lost.
All USA, International, and Canada Channels
The MHS125 covers all USA, International, and Canadian marine channels, keeping you up-to-date with all the latest marine activity.
All NOAA Weather Channels with Weather Alert
This radio comes preprogrammed with NOAA weather channels. The Emergency/Weather Alert allows it to function as a severe weather warning radio and will also alert you to any local or national emergencies. If the NOAA issues warning while this feature is turned On, the radio sounds an alert tone. You will then hear the emergency/weather broadcast.
Instant Channel 16/9/Triple Watch
Triple Watch mode monitors channels 16 and 9 for a signal while you listen to the currently selected channel. The marine radio checks channel 16 and 9 for activity every 2 seconds.
Dual, Triple, Quad Watch Operation
These different watch modes let you monitor up to two Coast Guard Distress/Hailing channels and one weather channel along with one regular marine channel.
Memory Channel Scan
Automatically scan your programmed channels with Memory Channel Scan. Scanning starts from the lowest to highest channel and stops when it finds an active channel. It remains on that channel until the transmission ends, then resumes scanning after a two-second delay period.
JIS8 Waterproof Level
Uniden MHS125 VHF Hand Held Radio won’t give up no matter how wet it gets. Whitecap splash, gusty spray, tidal wave, whatever, this radio can take it. The Uniden MHS125 2-way Marine Radio is built rugged to take the rigors of being out on the water, day in and day out with a full JIS8 waterproof rating. It also features a floating design, and is submersible for up to 30 minutes at five feet.
1 /2.5/5 Watt Switchable
Select between 1, 2.5, and 5 Watts for short- and long-range communication–this is also a convenient way to save a little battery life. In most situations, the 1 Watt transmission power is all you need. If you find yourself far away from other stations and have trouble getting a response, you may need to boost the transmission power from 1 Watt to 2.5 Watts or 5 Watts
Rechargeable and Alkaline Battery Capability
The MHS125 ships with a rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack, which can be conveniently charged in the included drop-in charger. Also included is a an alkaline battery case, so you can keep Alkaline AA batteries handy as an emergency backup. The radio gets about 12 hours of life from a single charge.
The MHS125′s large, easy-to-read backlit LCD display and backlit keypad make it easy to use, day or night.
The MHS125 is backed by a three-year warranty.
What’s in the Box
Uniden MHS125 Radio, Antenna, AC Adapter, DC Adapter, Charger, Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery, Beltclip, Wrist Strap, Mounting Screws, Alkaline Battery Case, Documentation
List Price: $ 129.99
Price: $ 129.99
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Buy Uniden MHS125 Marine Handheld Radio
- Floating handheld marine VHF radio is factory programmed with all U.S., Canadian, and international channels
- Supports all NOAA weather channels; emergency/weather alert function alerts you of any emergencies
- Simultaneously monitor up to two Coast Guard Distress/Hailing, one weather, and one regular marine channel
- Brilliant backlit LCD display and backlit keypad make radio easy to use, day or night
- Includes Li-Ion battery and drop-in charger, can also be powered with alkaline AA batteries; 3-year warranty
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