Cobra's website has the official manuals for Cobra products, including different versions of Cobra Microtalk radios. The Cobra Microtalk manuals contain important information, including product features, information for replacing parts and how to use the radios.
A variety of Cobra Microtalk radios exist, including the 35-, 27-, 25-, 20- and 16-mile radios. All Cobra Microtalk radios have a built-in NOAA radio receiver that is helpful during storms and emergencies. The law allows for a maximum of 35-mile range radios, which is why the 35-mile model is great for those in remote locations. The 35-mile model also has a high-tech Rewind-Say-Again feature that allows users to replay missed calls, removing the risk of missing important calls in noisy environments.
Both the 35- and 27-mile models have patented VibrAlert technology that notifies the user of a call in noisy or all quiet environments. The two models also include rechargeable high capacity lithium ion batteries and a two-port desktop charger. The desktop charger wall adapter can also charge one radio through its speaker. All models have power saving circuitry as well. If there are no transmissions within 10 seconds, the radios automatically switch to battery saver mode.
Cobra Microtalk radios have favorable reviews, and prices vary depending on the number of features and mile range.