Icom UK will be showcasing its latest range of marine communication products at this year’s Southampton Boatshow.
Launching at this year’s Southampton Boatshow will be the IC-M25, a new compact, lightweight floating 5W handheld radio. Icom’s new VHF radio features the company’s popular Float ‘n Flash function and a long-lasting internal battery that is charged with a micro USB connector. The radio is available in both metallic grey and marine blue designs.
Also on show will be Icom’s revolutionary IP Advanced Radio System that provides full hands free duplex two way radio communication over an existing or new IP/WLAN network. Other solutions on display include buoyant handheld VHFs, VHF/DSC fixed radios, HF/SSB Marine radios, AIS receivers, marine base stations and Icom’s Marine Commander Navigation System.
Ian Lockyer, Marketing Manager of Icom UK Ltd said, ‘You will also be able to buy Icom products from the many Icom dealers at the show who will be fully stocked with our range of marine radio products and offers.’
The Southampton Boatshow runs from the 11th until the 20th of September 2015 and attracts hundreds of boats, exhibitors and visitors. Icom UK is on stand H029, situated just outside the southern entrance to Ocean Hall.
To keep up to date with the latest news on the show, visit the Southampton Boat Show website.
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