Midland Nautico 1 VHF Marine Radio

Midland Nautico 1 VHF Marine Radio

Midland Nautico 1 VHF Marine Radio

Midland Nautico 1 VHF Marine Radio

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Product Highlights

  • All US/International 88 Marine Channels
  • Water Resistant for Fishing & Boating
  • Large & Bright Backlit LCD Display
  • NOAA Weather Alert Radio 24/7 Auto Alert
  • Emergency Channel 16 Button
  • Automatic Channel Scan
  • eVOX 3 Sensitivity Levels
  • Frequency Band: VHF 156.025 - 162.550MHz
  • Auto Squelch & Keypad Lock
  • Includes DC Adapter for Charging on Boat
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  • 1Description

The Midland Nautico 1 VHF Marine Radio is a compact, water resistant radio with a backlit LCD display for boating and fishing. It features 88 marine channels, which includes all US and international channels. Plus, it's an NOAA Weather Alert Radio that provides automatic alerts for severe weather and hazard information 24/7. You can access emergency info instantly by using the Emergency Channel 16 Button and automatically check channels for activity by using the Auto Scan. You can also check for any activity within your channel by using the Monitor function.

The water resistant radio also features Auto Squelch, HI/LO Power Settings, Roger Beep, Keystone Strokes and a Battery Life Extender. There is a headphone jack and microphone jack, but the eVOX with three sensitivity levels and easy voice activation, eliminates the need for an external microphone. The radio has dual power options; you can choose between four standard AA batteries (not included) or the included rechargeable batteries. The radio also includes a DC adapter for charging on the boat, as well as an AC adapter, belt clip, desktop holder with mounting hardware, boom mic headset and waterproof bag.

Features 88 channels for all US and International marine channels
Selectable 5 watts or 1 watt transmit power
Compact size makes it easy to take fishing or boating
Includes a DC adapter for charging on the boat
Radio features five watts of transmit power
NOAA Weather Alert Radio delivers automatic alert for severe weather/hazard information 24/7
Emergency Channel 16 Button provides instant access to emergency information
Three call alerts allows for different call tones to notify you of incoming calls from your group
eVOX features three sensitivity levels, easy voice activation and no need for an external microphone
Channel Scan automatically checks channels for activity
Auto Squelch removes annoying background noise
Keypad Lock function locks in your selected settings
Monitor checks for any activity within your channel
HI/LO power settings let you adjust transmit power & conserve battery life
Roger Beep indicates call completion
Bright backlit LCD display is easy to read day or night
Keystroke Tones for audible tones with each key press
Water resistance prevents damage from light water exposure
Microphone and headphone jacks
Battery Life Extender provides longer battery life
Dual power options of four standard AA batteries (not included) or the included rechargeable batteries
In the Box
Midland Nautico 1 VHF Marine Radio
  • Belt Clip
  • Desktop Holder & Mounting Hardware
  • Rechargeable Battery
  • AC Wall Adapter
  • DC Adapter
  • Waterproof Bag
  • Boom Mic Headset
  • 3-Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Channels 88 VHF
    Default Channel 16
    Frequency Band VHF 156.025 - 162.550 MHz
    Weather Frequency 162.400 - 163.275
    VOX Levels 3
    Display Backlit LCD display
    Water Resistant Yes
    Headphone Jack Yes
    Microphone Input Yes
    RoHS Compliant Yes
    Transmit Power 5W or 1W (selectable)
    Power Requirements Standard AA batteries x 4 or rechargeable batteries
    Operating Temperature Range −4 to 131°F (−20 to 50° C)
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 2.4 x 9.9 x 1.25" (6.1 x 25.2 x 3.2 cm)
    Weight 4.0 oz (113.4 g)
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 1.35 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 12.3 x 8.1 x 3.1"

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