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2017 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Two way radio recommendations  (Read 186 times)

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JimK59

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Looking for advise on a two way radio for ocean/bay in a kayak or shore dive.  Maybe uhf/vhf dual band and waterproof.


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BigJim

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I've been using this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Standard-Horizon-HX300-Handheld-Marine/dp/B00AJVXA5W

Works great and I like that it doesn't have the twisty konbs that my previous ones had that always got gummed up and stuck after a lot of time on the salt...

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Sincerely,

Jim

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Looking for advise on a two way radio for ocean/bay in a kayak or shore dive.  Maybe uhf/vhf dual band and waterproof.


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We use marine band VHF radios.  There are several different bands available for purchase and use, make sure you get the marine band radio and not the FRS/GMRS, CB, or the like.