Uniden 50-Mile Camouflage Tru-Waterproof GMRS with Headsets and DC Cord-GMR5099-2CKHS - The Home Depot


Model # GMR5099-2CKHS

Internet # 203326806

50-Mile Camouflage Tru-Waterproof GMRS with Headsets and DC Cord

Uniden 50-Mile Camouflage Tru-Waterproof GMRS with Headsets and DC Cord

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$119.99 / each


Model # GMR5099-2CKHS

Internet # 203326806

The Uniden GMR5099-2CKHS 2-way radio is a lightweight, rugged and state of the art device loaded with valuable features and accessories, including submersible housing, Real tree AP camouflage casing, 2 VOX Headsets and 2 carabiner clips. Use it at sporting events, to stay in contact with family and friends, hiking, skiing, outdoors, or in a neighborhood watch for vital communication.

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  • Up to 50 mile range (Range varies with terrain)
  • Submersible/floating housing (JIS7)
  • Real tree AP camouflage casing
  • Power boost PTT
  • Emergency strobe light
  • 22 Channels (15 GMRS, 7 FRS)
  • NOAA weather alerts
  • Automatic channel change
  • 6,270 channel combinations
  • 284 privacy settings
  • Maximum allowed power (For best range performance)
  • Direct call with caller ID
  • Includes 2 headsets, 2 belt clips, 2 carabineers and charging cradle with 2 NiMH batteries

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Assembled Depth (in.)  4 in  Assembled Height (in.)  13 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  10 in 
Battery included  Yes  Charger Included  Yes 
Commercial/consumer grade  Consumer Grade  Digital Display  Yes 
Electronics Features  Digital display,Weather resistant  Electronics Included Components  AC charger,Batteries 
Hazardous Code  null  Number of Channels  22 
Range (miles)  50  Remote handset  No 
Returnable  90-Day 
Warranty / Certifications
Manufacturer Warranty  3 Years 


Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by very misleading it doesnt even work half of 50 miles,,im very dissatisfied,, October 22, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I agree with misleading I got these radios for safety reasons. I want to keep in contact with my daughter while she is riding her ATV and I can't even get 3 km,s in the bush. I figured I would at least get half the distance. Not even close. Wish I read this first. These are useless to me. September 23, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Kayak Fishing I use these on my Kayak when fishing to keep in touch with my buddies so that we can head out in separate directions. These radios work great for that task. I tend to keep them on a fixed channel with the weather monitor active so that I will be aware of any storms that might crop up. When out in saltwater or very large bodies of fresh water, I use these for communication among the group and a MHS75 to be able to talk to boats and for emergencies. June 25, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by disapointed As a canoe guide,I snapped up the chance to get truly waterproof two way radios. Unfortunately the sound quality has been compromised by the waterproofing. At any distance over a few hundred yards the voice sounds garbled, necessitating many "say again" requests to the person on the other end. I would also like to have a DC charging option for use in a vehicle. November 20, 2012
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by range Most complaints people have with 2-way hand held radios is the range. Not all of users live in areas that can allow for long range communications with a 5 watt hand held radio. 5 watts of power isn't powerful for long range and an antenna only as high as your face won't allow maximum range either. So as for HH 2-way radios go "it's line of sight" or as we say LOS without LOS than you LOSE range. With the use of a repeater with GMRS you can gain Maximum 50 watts of Tx pwr by law. This will give you great range as long as you have proper height. Height is crucial in long range almost as much as the power out put. I have reached well over 100 miles with a 2 watt hand held radio with use of a well placed repeater tower in the city. I am 30 min from Boston and that's 25 miles from me and I talk past Boston from my house. How often does anyone need to talk that far? Texas and places that have wide open spaces then you can achieve great distance with line of sight (LOS). Gmrs by law allows I think only 5 watt max with HH radios and 50 watt max with base or repeaters. Water also has great distance or across water, like 1 side of a lake to another. Frequencies bounce of water easily and travel well, due to less structure interference as well as physics (that's another story). February 18, 2013
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