Uniden BEARCAT CB Radio With Sideband And WeatherBand (980SSB)

Additional Features: Memory Scan, Clarifier, Volume/Squelch Control, RF Gain Control, Instant Channel 9/19, CB/PA Switch, Microphone Gain 4-Position Control, 40 Channel AM Operation, Laser Etched Keys, Extra Long Microphone Cord, Channel Indicator, Includes 6 Pin to 4 Pin Adapter, Dimmer Switch Day/Night, Product Weight: 4 pounds, 8 ounce, Product Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth): 15″ x 9″ x 4″.

Product Features

  • Stay connected on the road with this CB radio!
  • Features Weatherband with Alert, AM/SSB Sideband capability.
  • Seven (7) Color Selectable Display! Includes Noise Canceling Microphone, Mounting Bracket and Power Cord.
  • Built in Signal and SWR Meter. Full Frequency Display, PA Function, Noise Blanker, Mic & RF Gain controls & More!

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2 Responses to Uniden BEARCAT CB Radio With Sideband And WeatherBand (980SSB)

  1. Matt Price says:

    CB Rocks!! This CB was installed in my 2012 JK Unlimited in a Tuffy single-compartment overhead console! This is a sleek unit, with tons of “new age” technology, such as LCD displays with useful calibration tools built right in for SWR calibration and Antenna tuning!! It has a built in PA option, which of course is always fun to have 🙂 The unit seems to be more powerful than some Cobra competition out there with out pulsing around 5W instead of the industry standard 4W. Couple this with a FireStik…

  2. J. Scott says:

    Wasn’t sure but now I am This is a nice looking radio but that’s not the reason I purchased it. I’ve been using CB’s for 40 years now and big fan of the Cobra 29. Recently my Cobra stopped working in my new RV after I swapped it from another. It was over 20 years old so that’s OK. I started looking for a new CB and wanted something with the same features and a little more modern looking to match the new RV. After searching for a few weeks and reading all the reviews on different units I went with the Bearcat 880. There…