MIDLAND ALAN 42 MULTI HANDHELD CB TRANSCEIVER RADIO WITH ALL ACCESSORIES !

Specification: MIDLAND ALAN 42 MULTI HANDHELD CB TRANSCEIVER RADIO WITH ACCESSORIES. Want the performance of a Multiband CB radio, but also want the freedom to use it anywhere? The Midland 42 handheld CB has all of the features that you would expect to see on most vehicle mounted CBs but with the added benefit of being able to take it anywhere you need it Features Multi standard radio (Default band 40 CH FM 4W). Emergency channel (EMG). Keypad lock. Battery charge. High low output power level. Backlit display button. AM-FM selection. Scan, Dual watch. Antenna jack: BNC. Adjustable Squelch Dimensions:- 72 x 40 x 145 (Including Antenna – 320mm) Contents 1 Portable CB transceiver. Wall charger Battery case for 6 x AA alkaline batteries, spare battery case for 8 x AA rechargeable batteries. (please note batteries are not included) Car adapter with external antenna jack. Scratch proof case. Antenna. Belt clip (already attached to radio) Wrist belt/carry strap

Product Features

  • WITH ACCESSORIES !
  • 80 Channel Multiband CB Incorporates 40 UK/40EU channels
  • Dual Watch function: monitor two channels
  • 1 – 4 Watt power output
  • Scan function with dual watch

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3 Responses to MIDLAND ALAN 42 MULTI HANDHELD CB TRANSCEIVER RADIO WITH ALL ACCESSORIES !

  1. Swiftbrook says:

    Good handheld CB

  2. Martin says:

    It’s got the lot. This is very easy to use. It lasts about twenty hours between charges, but I don’t talk on it much. The build quality is good, the unit feels solid and the switches feel good too. If it’s anything like the Midland rig I bought in 1977 then it’ll last a few years. Changing the battery compartment is easy. Using the rubber duck in the car gets me about 500 yards, using the external aerial is much better but as I’m in a City it’s hard to say how far it’ll go. The radio is supplied with a carry…

  3. MR B K HEALEY says:

    Midland Alan 42 Multi Handheld CB Tranciever with Accseories review Very nice little hand held radio, modulation is a bit quiet as reported to me from people I have spoken to with it and the supplied rubber duck gives very limited range. Changing the settings for various countries is a bit of a pain because you have to turn off the hand held radio, hold down two buttons together and switch on again and select the band you want to use and go through the whole process again to change the settings back to uk from EU settings for example.The battery pack that…