Cobra’s Bluetooth Handset Wins Dame Award At Marine Equipment Trade Show

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Cobra250Committed to transforming marine communication, Cobra Marine, a division of Cobra Electronics, won a prestigious DAME award at the 2008 Marine Equipment Trade Show (METS) in Amsterdam, Netherlands for its MR F300 BT revolutionary waterproof handset with Bluetooth® wireless technology for cellular phones.

The MR F300 BT features Cobra's exclusive MicroBlue™ technology, enabling the user to reliably conduct calls using the cell phone's existing Bluetooth® wireless technology while the cell phone is stowed away and protected from water or harmful conditions.  With its state-of-the-art noise-canceling microphone, boaters can have loud and clear communication even when surrounded by engine noise or wind.  Easy to program, the innovative MR F300 BT offers auto redial, call log and a phone book, just like a cell phone.

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