Cobra 75WXST 40-Channel CB Radio

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Cobra 75WXST 40-Channel CB Radio

The 75 WX ST is a super compact hide-away Remote Mount design full featured CB radio with weather channels, ideal for vehicles where space is a premium. Plus instant access to channel 9 and 19, Dual -watch and all channel scan to monitor incoming signals, 4-channel programmable memory locations. The complete radio fits in your hand design.

Features:
  • Remote Mount System – Allows convenient dashboard installation.
  • SoundTracker System – Cuts noise up to 90 percent for clearer communication.
  • NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio – Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver.
  • Illuminated LCD Display – For bright and clear visibility of display.
  • Instant Channel 9/19 – Immediate access to emergency channel 9 or information channel 19.

Product Features

  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels
  • Clearer transmissions and less-noisy reception
  • Unified design; CB fits in your hand
  • 40 CB channels
  • 10 NOAA Weather Channels
  • Clearer transmissions and less-noisy reception
  • Unified design; CB fits in your hand
  • Channel scan

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3 Responses to Cobra 75WXST 40-Channel CB Radio

  1. Paul M. Provencher "ppro" says:

    Quite a Handful The Cobra 75 WX ST Weatherband CB provides an incredible amount of functionality in a very small package. Installation is fast and easy – with a couple tools, your antenna mounted, and little skill, you can have this radio up and running in an hour or two.CB radios are limited to low-power broadcasting at 4 watts or less. This radio provides maximum power allowed by law and is capable of some pretty incredible range under the right conditions. With a properly tuned, high-quality…

  2. T.J. says:

    A great little CB! After looking at multiple CB systems, I finally decided upon this little number for a few reasons.Originally, I wanted a CB that would fit in my dash above my radio (I drive a 4Runner) so the CB would look nice and integrated. I was told by many installers that I didn’t have enough depth in my empty slot above the radio. One installer recommended this CB, but I was skeptical about the small, all-inclusive package. One thing I did like about this CB right from the start was that…

  3. DR says:

    Cobra 75WXST falls a little short I purchased a Midland 75-822 CB first and then a Cobra 75WST about 5 months later, they are both designed with most, if not all, of the electronics built into the handset type of CBs. I wanted to use an external speaker with the handheld CB for better sound clarity. The Cobra’s external speaker jack is in a more covenant, out of the way location, with possibly easier to operate with one hand controls than the Midland CB. On the Cobra the remote speaker plugs into the remote adapter and not…