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President Walker III AM/FM

$169.00

  • Modern Tactile CB with AM/FM Capability
  • Aluminum Front Panel with USB Port
  • Multi-Color LCD Display, RF Gain & Power
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Now with AM/FM capability! When you need a CB that has it all (and looks good doing it), we call up Walker. Its aluminum front panel showcases a 40 channel rotary switch, weather channels, volume adjustment, 7-color LSD display, and a USB port, just for starters. Built-in talkback and ANL filter make sure you're being heard loud and clear while RF Gain & Power are unique features on a mid-size radio.

Model / SKU:WALKER III
Recommended for:Use in pick-up trucks, SUVs, semis or cars with ample space to mount a midsize radio. Ideal for users who need a full featured radio, but don't have space for a full-size unit. 
Radio Features:Weather, 40 channels AM/FM, Channel rotary switch, Volume adjustment and ON/OFF, Manual OR Automatic Squelch Control, Multi-color LCD display, Frequency display, RF Gain, RF Power
Compatible with:Compatible with all CB antennas on the market. Cable connection utilizes standard CB PL-259 connection. Radio mounts with "U" mounting bracket to any flat surface. 
Product Includes:
  • President Walker CB Radio
  • Power cord with fuse
  • Mounting bracket with fixing screws
  • Ultra light electret 6-pin microphone
Manufacturer Warranty:Two Years OR Five Years with the purchase of a President Antenna
Radio Dimensions:6.69" x 2.04" x 6.29" / 170 x 52 x 160 mm
Download Manual:President Walker III Data Sheet
  • 40 channels AM/FM
  • Channel rotary switch
  • Volume adjustment and ON/OFF
  • Manual squelch and ASC
  • Multi-functions LCD display
  • Frequencies display
  • S/RF vu-meter
  • Public Address
  • Scan
  • Talkback
  • Beep Function
  • Roger Beep
  • Tone
  • ANL filter, NB, HI-CUT
  • RF Gain / Mike gain
  • RF Power
  • Mic type electret / dynamic
  • F function key
  • VOX
  • Mode switch AM / WX
  • Preset emergency (EMG 1/2)
  • SWR (Power Reading /SWR)
  • Weather channel with Alert
  • Front microphone plug
  • External loudspeaker jack
  • USB 5V 2.1A
  • Front panel: brushed aluminum finish

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Aaron Bouser
President Walker III in '15 Cascadia

I really like this little radio. It feels like a quality built device, which I am fond of. The ASC automatic squelch works pretty well, as do all the features of this rig. I bought this to replace a Cobra 29 LX, which I left in another truck, and I can say that I like this over the Cobra. I mounted this in the overhead radio cubby, which was easy and looks sharp. Since it's a tad smaller than the Cobra 29 size radio the cubby was made for, there's a small gap around the sides and top, between the radio and the plastic trim, but it's not really noticeable. I used the bracket that Freightliner already has in there and it mounted up solidly. I used the stock CB power wires and stock coax (which is improved in the later trucks like this '15) and it works fine. I mounted two 3' Firesticks (white, since my truck is white) in the stock 'cab side' antenna mounts, and that was a breeze. I did mount a medium duty spring under each antenna, in case I whack a tree branch or something. The FM radio, if you didn't know, also gets its signal from these antennas, and processes the FM and CB signals through a duplexer. My FM reception is better with this setup, although I generally listen to XM or Pandora. It was easy to tune these down to a 1.5 SWR, and my signal reports, everybody says it sounds good. It's a 4 watt barefoot rig, so it's not going to talk for 20 miles, but it seems to reach out a pretty good ways. Simple install, looks professional, and works.

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Coco
FM performs very poorly

I would not recommend the president Walker 3 as far as FM is concerned I really can't get any distance from it maybe a quarter of a mile so as far as I'm concerned it's a waste of money I should return the radio