Uniden MHS126 Handheld Floating Waterproof with Emergency Strobe VHF Marine Radio, Black

UNIDEN MHS126 Handheld Floating 2-Way VHF Marine Radio

Product Features

  • Floating Design
  • IPX8/JIS8 Submersible
  • All USA/International and Canadian Marine Channels
  • Large, Easy-To-Read LCD Screen
  • Dual or Triple Watch Plus

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3 Responses to Uniden MHS126 Handheld Floating Waterproof with Emergency Strobe VHF Marine Radio, Black

  1. Anonymous says:

    I tried good distance scanning radio for about 8 miles away from … I have been testing this radio for about 3 weeks now on my truck vehicle to see how communications is holding up. I tried good distance scanning radio for about 8 miles away from coastline and to see if I could hear coast guard communications and it passed my test. The test was done in near California coastal near Santa Monica beach. When it comes to life safety I would not use any product until I’m satisfied not what people say about the product. Don’t get me wrong It’s always is good to hear…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Not bad, but avoid swimming with it. Decent support from Uniden I initially wrote a bad review for this radio since mine suddenly became fully unresponsive after about a dozen trips spaced out over about 15 months. Having said that, I roll my boat every time I go out and paddle in rough ocean surf all the time so I’m much harder on the radio than the average customer.Based on poor reports about customer service, I wasn’t optimistic when I tried to contact them for warranty support. In fact, the first time I tried, I couldn’t get through…

  3. Anonymous says:

    Better options First, I will say that this radio did work fairly well, when it was working. The audio was clear and the range was good. The screen was bright and the battery life was good.However, there are quite a few design flaws. First is the battery clip. Our clip broke within one month of owning the radio (fixed with a zip tie around the whole radio). Ours wasn’t the only one with this problem, as we have met at least one other cruiser with the exact same issue (became a joke around the table…