The Cobra CWR200 is an All-Hazards-Alert weather radio with new weather alert features that make it Cobra Electronics most advanced all-purpose weather radio to-date. As a NOAA Weather and Emergency Radio, users receive alerts to over 60 emergency related events such as tornados, hurricanes, blizzards, natural disasters, civil emergencies and more. As well, the CWR200 features Specific Area Messaging Encoding (S.A.M.E), allowing users to filter and receive alerts concerning only their local area.
NOAA weather & emergency radio
Width: 2.45 in. (62.23 mm)
Depth: 1.34 in. (34.04 mm)
SAME weather alert for filtering out alerts just for your area
Tri-colored warning LED so you can see what kind of weather alerts there are at a glance
USB smartphone charging - charge your devices off it, when power is out
Weight: .28 lb (130.12 g)
Height: 7.25 in. (184.15 mm)
Three Level Alert LED Indicator - Bright LED flashes Red (Warning), Orange (Watch) or Yellow (Advisory) depending on the alert level
TORNADO MODE Button - Limits or silences all alerts except for tornados and other extreme emergencies
USB Output and Smartphone Charging - Charges a mobile device using the radios battery power and standard cable
LED Flashlight - Illuminate your way with the built-in LED flashlight no matter the lighting conditions
Alarm Clock with Snooze - Helps stay on schedule if other alerting devices fail
Excellent value! Wheelgunner - Roaring Spring, PA - 6/22/2015 7:08:21 AM This little WX receiver does it all. And the price is fantastic. If I could change anything, I would add the channel frequency to the display. I must add that the service from Solid Signal is, well, solid! Fast shipping, too!
Price was right. Rusty - Kyle, TX - 6/9/2015 12:28:45 AM Easy to set up. It has yet to sound off but i suspect it will when its time. I have one for the house and one for the RV.
Excellent product, fast delivery and great price! TrickyDick - Houston, TX - 6/8/2015 10:52:41 AM The short summary says it all! Very pleased with everything about this transaction.
I bought 2 radios. Both radios work very well. The S.A.M.E. alert function worked very well on the NOAA Wednesday test. Have not actually had a real alert so far at this time. bigboh - Columbia Station, OH - 6/8/2015 12:26:13 AM The channel numbers do not correspond to the frequencies. In my area station WNG698 Grafton, OH 162.500 MHz is supposed to be Channel 5 according to the directions. It is actually received on channel 6. Station KHB59 in Chesterland (Cleveland, OH) 162.550 MHz is supposed to be on channel 7 according to directions. It is actually received on channel 1. When the radio is placed in the charging base the reception gets a little hash background noise. I solved this by placing a small ferrite core snap around noise filter on the power cord close to the charging base. Both radios I bought behave exactly the same way for frequency channel numbers and charging base noise. Because of these issues I rated 4 stars instead of 5.
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