Cobra HHROADTRIP 40-Channel CB Radio

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Cobra HHROADTRIP 40-Channel CB Radio

The HH ROAD TRIP adds the ability to communicate longer distances with a supplied magnetic mount antenna for highway use on your way to that favorite fishing destination, plus instant access to all 40 CB radio channels, 10 Weather channels for up to the minute weather information 24 hours, Soundtracker Noise Reduction for loud and clear communication, all 40 channel scan and dual watch to monitor favorite channels, compact a rugged design, fully illuminated full function display.

Features:
  • Magnet Mount Mobile Antenna included – Allows mobile operation from a car.
  • Soundtracker – Cuts noise up to 90%for clearer communication.
  • NOAA Weather & Emergency Radio – Be prepared for storms and emergencies with built-in NOAA radio receiver.
  • Dual Watch – Monitors two pre-selected channels simultaneously.
  • Channel Scan – Scan all 40 CB channels.

Product Features

  • Mobile Mag Mount Antenna Included
  • Sound Tracker System
  • 10 Channel Weather Reception
  • NOAA All Weather Emergency Radio
  • Mobile Mag Mount Antenna Included
  • SoundTracker System
  • 10 Channel Weather Reception
  • 4 Watts Power Output

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3 Responses to Cobra HHROADTRIP 40-Channel CB Radio

  1. Thomas J. Sawyer says:

    Cobra HH Road Trip CB – What I like and what I don’t I purchased two of these units for our emergency “go” kits and regularly carry one in the truck.I like the size and features where you have both CB and weather channels, the hot swap between services is handy as is the CB channel 9/19 hot key. The noise filter does work and gives better reception under some conditions.Some limits I’ve found: The antenna designed for use with the unit in CB hand held mode limits communications to under a quarter mile line of sight in my…

  2. C. J. Shepard says:

    Cobra HH38WXST Handheld CBs are the most useful of all two way radios. Although a CB handheld’s range is not equal to a GMRS radio, but greater than an FRS unit, more people use CB than GMRS and FRS combined, especially while on the road, so assistance is within easy reach. And no license is required like a GMRS. To boost your range while in a car, use an external antenna. This will make your range equal to a mobile CB, plus make recieving signals far easier; making this radio a viable alternative to a…

  3. Alfred says:

    Very functional hand-held CB We had to take a long roadtrip during some questionable weather. I wanted to have a CB in the minivan so I could listen to truckers, learn about traffic problems, and hear about road conditions. Also, I wanted a weather radio. This unit had the features I desired. It was quickly delivered and worked fine out-of-the-box. I used the included 12v adapter and kept it powered up during the whole trip. I used a roof mounted Cobra antenna (A1500) coupled to this radio via a BNC-to-Standard…