When communication and visibility are paramount, the TX6160XO 5-Watt UHF CB Handheld Radio Blaze Orange from GME ensures both when out in the bush.
The bright orange exterior has it easily identifiable, with a 5-watt transmission power and VOX hands-free mode. Providing up to 30 hours of battery life, this device boasts a rugged construction that features IP67 ingress protection fro reliabel performance in the field. With improved channel scan speed, and a rotary power/volume control knob for easy operation - its built-in LED torch also offers instant illumination.
The TX6160XO 5-Watt UHF CB Handheld Radio from GME makes communication with your fellow adventurers a breeze.
Bright orange chassis for visibility
5-watt transmission power
VOX hands-free mode
30 hours of battery life
IP67 ingress protection
Improved channel scan speed
Rotary power/volume control knob so that it’s easy to operate
Built-in LED torch for illumination
Includes: Blaze Orange 5-watt UHF CB Handheld Radio (TX6160XO), 2600mAh Li-Ion, Battery Pack (BP026O), Desktop Charger (BCD020), AC Adaptor (PS002) & Belt Clip (MB045)
5.9W x 4.1 / 5.2D x 10.2 / 18.5H cm
11W x 9D x 28H cm
0.480 Kg | Radio, Charging Cradle & AC Adaptor
Approx. Weight inc. Batt's:
Plastic | Polycarbonate | Rubber
Built−in LED Torch
Desktop Charging Cradle 8V DC | AC Adaptor 240V AC 1A
AC Adaptor 12V DC 1A | Maximum Audio Output: >0.5 watt max. (8 Ohm)
Hi Snowys, can I plug this radio into an aerial like this one to increase its range? https://www.snowys.com.au/580mm-heavy-duty-radome-antenna-uhf-cb-21dbi-gain-ae4704b-black
Joana - Katoomba, NSW(1 year ago)
Usually you can do something like that with handheld radios, but I believe an adapter is required. I'm not 100% sure what the solution is, and we don't carry the full range of GME gear. I'd recommend giving them a buzz to get more advice on your specific setup, and if there are further parts you need shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be able to look into a special order for you.