MXT275 MicroMobile Two-Way GMRS Radio
- 15-Watt Two-Way GMRS Radio with NOAA
- Fully integrated handheld mic
- 15 GMRS Channels and 8 High-Powered Repeater Channels
Reminiscent of the popular Cobra 75 WX ST CB radio, the Midland MXT275 has all the radio controls in the handset and allows you to mount the control box out of the way. Perfect for your Jeep, Tacoma or any other rig with limited cab space. This GMRS unit also has access to NOAA weather channels. Amplified at 15 watts of transmitting power, the MXT275 will keep you in touch with the lead and cleanup vehicle. Also included with the radio is a small 5" magnetic antenna which will work for short range comms. Upgrade to a larger antenna for greater range. Also, keep in mind that this radio does require a GMRS license for legal use.
|Model / SKU:||MXT275|
|Radio Features:||Full 15W radio, 8 repeater channels, 15 high-powered GMRS channels, fully-integrated handheld microphone, 142 privacy codes, NOAA Weather Radio, silent operation|
|Compatible with Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies|
|5" H x 5.25" W x 5" D|
|To download / view the manual please click here.|
A full 15 Watt two-way GMRS radio featuring a fully integrated handheld microphone. Perfect for those with limited dashboard space. Broadcast over 15 GMRS channels plus eight high-powered repeater channels. Tune into NOAA Weather Radio to get weather updates from the National Weather Service. Mounting bracket, 12V power cord with DC adapter, detachable antenna and magnetic antenna mount included.
- Full 15 Watt Radio
- 8 Repeater Channels
- 15 Hi Power Channels (GMRS Channels: 1-7 & 15-22)
- Fully Integrated Control Mic
- Speaker Mic Jack
- 142 Privacy Codes
- NOAA Weather Radio
- Silent Operation
- Channel Scan
- Compatible with All Midland GMRS Radios
- Radio Dimensions with Bracket: 5" x 5.25" x 1" (D x W x H)
- GMRS License Required
Great price and awesome features. I really like how the base unit can be hidden away and only the microphone is visible.
What a great unit works like a charm 10 x better then my walkie-talkie that I end up dropping in the floor most of the time..
smal but mighty
Went out and talked. To an FRS HT in my group. The radio worked well. Didn't find any repeaters. Didn't find any other full on GMRS units. But I'm happy with it. :)
One thing. Some how I'd set the speaker on black box only. As it's mounted under the console had a very hard time hearing it. Couldn't find the destructions anywhere in the truck. Finally got cell service and downloaded the manual and got it switched back to both. All's well and all that. . .