Uniden Atlantis 155 Handheld Two-Way VHF Marine Radio, Floating IPX7 Submersible Waterproof, Dual-Color Screen, All USA/International/Canadian Marine Channels, NOAA Weather Alert, 10 Hour Battery

March 4, 2020 - Comment
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The Uniden Atlantis 155 continues Uniden tradition of providing Tough and reliable handheld radios. It features all NOAA weather channels, As well as all USA, International and Canadian marine channels. It also meets submersible waterproof standards. The Atlantis’s brilliant backlit LCD display makes it easy to use, day or night for The power to go anywhere.

Product Features

  • The Atlantis 155’s submersible, Floating Handheld design allows you to stay secure and connected while having fun on the water.
  • With the Largest LCD screen in its class 25mm (h) x 40mm (w), and Paper White Backlight display for Day Time, and Red Backlight display for Night Time, it’s the radio you won’t leave shore without.
  • When every inch of space count, you still want the important features that will keep you safe at sea. The Atlantis 155 doesn’t sacrifice big features to keep its profile small.
  • It Floats, meets the toughest Waterproof standards IPX8 / JIS8, and even clears its speaker of water after being submerged. And with its compact size it’s never far away when you need to stay in touch the most.
  • Receives all Marine Radio Channels, including all USA, Canada, and International Marine VHF channels (includes the new 4-digit channels and Canadian “B” channels) and receives all NOAA Weather Channels and Alerts
  • NiMH Rechargeable 4xAAA, 950mAh NiMH rechargeable batteries and DC charging cable included. 3 Watt Transmit Power with user selectable 3W or 1W Transmit power. 3 Year Warranty and Full 3 year Waterproof Warranty.


Anonymous says:

Too bad that there is nothing lower than 1 star. Bought one of the units due to price. Wouldn’t take a charge. Fiddled with paper clips to support the battery pack, but even that was as short term solution. Bought a second one (they can’t all be bad, right?) in the hopes that it would work. Great price point. Second one was worse than the first. Wouldn’t take a charge, and no amount of “fiddling” with the battery pack contacts would solve the problem. Absolute junk. Uniden should be ashamed.

Anonymous says:

GARBAGE. Unit/Battery failed. GARBAGE.I purchased this unit a little over a year ago, Charged it up- verified it worked- then placed it into my ditch bag. Last week I did an emergency equipment check- it was dead. Placed it back in the charger for several days checking it periodically- won’t take a charge.Talked with UNIDEN directly- they won’t replace unit or battery. Very scary to think this was in my emergency equipment bag…

Anonymous says:

I had toy walkie talkies in the 1980’s that were better quality and more reliable. This radio didnt charge out of the box. Bought a new battery pack for it, still didnt charge. Could take the battery pack out and put it in the charger and jury rig it and it would charge the pack so the charging cradle is good. Seemingly the connection on the back of the radio and the battery pack are not connected or loose. Started shutting off on its own after a month or two even with a fully charged battery. It seemed to turn off everytime the boat moved. Cant use conventional batteries in…

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