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Cobra - 23-Mile, 22-Channel FRS/GMRS 2-Way Radio (Pair) - Black

Keep in touch at a distance of up to 23 miles with these Cobra ACXT345 FRS/GMRS 2-way radios, which feature 22 channels for clear communication. Battery-saver circuitry allows for extended use. FRS & GMRS Radio Guide
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • Cobra 23-Mile, 22-Channel FRS/GMRS 2-Way Radio (Pair)
    • Micro-USB wall charger
    • 8 rechargeable AAA NiMH batteries
    • Belt clip
    • Owner's manual

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    88% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (317 out of 363)

    Features


    Up to a 23-mile range

    So you and your driving, hunting or hiking partner can keep in touch. (Range depends on terrain and conditions.)

    22 channels

    Include 7 FRS/GMRS, 7 FRS and 8 GMRS, plus 10 NOAA channels for weather and emergency information. Radio emits a tone upon receiving weather alert signal and automatically switches to the broadcasting weather channel.

    121 privacy codes (38 CTCSS/83 DCS)

    Enable 2662 channel combinations for secure communication and freedom from radio interference.

    VOX voice-activated control

    For hands-free operation (with optional headset, not included). Five sensitivity levels let you adjust the volume at which the radio picks up your voice.

    5 call tones

    Make it easy to differentiate between incoming calls from different users.

    Auto squelch

    Shuts out weak transmissions or unwanted terrain noise. Maximum range extender lets you override auto squelch to boost the radio's range.

    Roger beep tone

    Indicates the end of a transmission for clear back-and-forth communication. Keypad lock prevents accidental use.

    Weather-resistant design

    Offers durability for outdoor use.

    Battery-saver circuitry

    Automatically switches to battery-saver mode after 10 seconds of silence for extended use.

    Belt clip

    Helps you keep the radio secure while on the go.

    Multifunction jack

    Allows simple connection of a headset, microphone or wall charger.

    Micro-USB wall charger

    With 2 connectors allows you to charge both radios simultaneously.

    FCC license required to operate on GMRS channels


    Customer rating

    Rating 4.2 out of 5 stars with 363 reviews

    88%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Good Walkie Talkies but has drawbacks

      Posted
      Kenny
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I got these Walkie Talkies for snow skiing. I already had 4 Motorola's but we gained one more ski buddy and I needed one more. Therefore, I have a lot of experience with this and I previously had an older set of Cobra's but lost one and the other stopped working. Since these are backups I'm not as concerned as to their overal appeal. The first thing I noticed that I didn't like is the grip. They do not have a waist like he Motorola's, therefore, they are thick to hold. 2nd, you have to lock them or risk easily changing the channel etc. 3rd there were some complaints on other reviews that they wouldn't charge the second time around. Mine wouldn't either but that is due to where you plug them in with the cable provided. I used one of my other USB chargers that only charges one thing at a time and it work rightt off. I think you have to plug the duel cable into a none split USB outlet so that you have enough voltage to charge both radio's at the same time, not sure. At least there is nothing wrong with the radio, it is just a USB issue. The radios sound and work fine but if your used to Motorola, you won't like them as much.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

      Fine at short distances, only static at >.2 miles

      Posted
      Chappy
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      I work at a small employee-owned company, and purchased this product to give to a retiring coworker as a silly gift so she could still chat with us occasionally while at her house. She lives 1.4 miles from the office (in a straight line from our office), and we are located in a city with very few buildings over 2 stories in height. As she left the office for her final time as an employee, we turned on the radios and started chatting to make sure they would work all the way to her house. While the advertised range in cities is listed at 2 miles, she started fading almost immediately, and I was receiving nothing but static by the time she got to the nearest cross-street -- approximately .4 miles away. I was standing outside while trying to talk with her, so there shouldn't have been a performance hit from the building, and I'm unaware of any businesses nearby that would be causing electromagnetic interference. These may work perfectly outside of a city, but based on my experience in what shouldn't be a taxing situation for the radios, I can't recommend that people risk wasting their money on these, particularly at a cost of approximately $50 for the pair.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Good Radios

      Posted
      NSSTG8R
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      Let me start off by saying the advertised distance on the packaging is not indicative of how far these will go in a normal, everyday, most likely, all the time situation. Everything is based on environment. Flat land and no obstacles like trees and buildings they will go that far. I have gotten about 4 miles when going down the highway with another person when driving down to the beach. I love the fact that these have built in NOAA weather channel frequencies and that they do have the more powerful GMRS frequencies. Not a lot of personal 2-way radios have this and when you are in a crowded environment, such as the beach and everybody has FRS frequencies, this opens up the channels for me a lot more, plus the privacy sub-channels help too. You can customize the ringer and volume individually. These radios also have a paging alert as well. Still use them 4 years later. Batteries have started to lose their charge time, but with the included USB charging cable, I don't have to have the charging cradle and can charge them in my truck with a USB cigarette lighter plug.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

      No reception on a small resort in Mexico

      Posted
      Crukit
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      So I purchased this to stay connected with the children while on vacation in Cancun, Mexico. I tested them both in the hotel room and they worked fine. As my children 14,15 and 17 years old decided to walk around the resort by themselves, (because we're to old to hang with them..lol..) I decided to reach out to them when I was on the beach and never received a response back from them. After a while we left the beach to go find them they were in the room and they also said they were trying to get in contact with us but we never received an alert either. We tried it later on, on a different channel and again no contact was established but what I did hear was a bunch of other people talking back and forth with themselves. I decided to put them up and just use our cell phones. I'm not sure if they only work in the States but as for Mexico, on a small resort THEY DIDN'T.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      hello can you hear me?

      Posted
      thatguy
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      Like the summary says... hello can you hear me is what I was asking my wife when we were traveling. Bought these to keep in touch while we had to drive cross country in two vehicles. If I could see her and she was no more then 100 yards away we could talk. But if she got further ahead or behind me we could not talk at all. Line of sight would be great but we still couldn't talk. When we could talk they were perfect and I have nothing but good to say about that. Can't use it while it's charging on the car charger. It will turn off and you wouldn't even know it. Haven't tested them on any hikes yet but. I plan on trying to see how well they will work then.

      No, I would not recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Worked Great on Cruise Ship

      Posted
      AlanD963
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      Before I went on my cruise vacation, someone suggested these walkie-talkies. I'm I glad they did. We used them so many times. On the cruise ship (with no cell service) they worked great all over the ship. My wife could be sunning herself by the pool and I'd be on a lower deck or in the cabin and we could communicate instantly and perfectly. They were also useful on Caribbean Islands where I didn't want to pay the huge cellular roaming fees. These things worked great as long as we were two miles or less apart. They also have a really long battery life, we never had to charge them more than once a day. I'm very satisfied.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

      Basic Radios

      Posted
      Richie

      These are nice looking, mid range radios. They have one watt of power and all of the features that most people are going to be looking for in a set of radios, but not a lot of bells and whistles. One nice addition is that the proactive NOAA Weather Alert is included with this model. The only thing I would recommend is to buy new NiMH rechargeable batteries other then the ones they give you. Because the rechargeable batteries are only 650mAH I would recommend buying good rechargeable batteries like Energizer rechargeable batteries because they will hold more power so you will got more run time out of your radios,You're never going to get the maximum rang on a frs/ gmrs radio.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

      Decent radio for line-of-sight

      Posted
      MustangGirl68
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      We bought these radios to communicate between two cars on a cross-country move. Although the box says they're rated for 23 miles, we couldn't hear them beyond about 1 mile. Fortunately, we didn't actually expect them to work that far out, nor did we need them to. They do have a good quality signal and don't seem to get as much interference as others we've used. We use them around our property (20 acres), and they work within a half mile or so, due to the dense trees. So far, the batteries do last a good long time, but I wish they came with a USB-AC adapter, so we didn't have to charge it via the computer.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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