Icom to Launch Next Generation of Marine VHF radios at the London Boatshow 2012
3 January 2012
Icom will be launching its next generation of marine VHF radios on stand B112 at the London Boatshow 2012. The new range of products will be kept firmly under wraps until our press launch on the opening day. From then on, they can be seen with the rest of our extensive range of radio equipment on stand B112, situated in the equipment and fittings section of the North Hall of the show.
Also at the show
Icom UK will be continuing its promotion of the RNLI Ambassador Scheme and will be working to promote the RNLI’s membership through selected marine radio communication products. To this end, Icom will be offering a year’s introductory membership with the purchase of an IC-M71 VHF, IC-M505, IC-M603 VHF/DSC Marine Transceiver and MA-500TR Class B AIS Transponder. Whatever your marine interest, you can see our award winning marine radio range, suitable for any marine communication requirement. The wide range includes buoyant handheld VHF’s, VHF/DSC fixed radios, HF/SSB radios, AIS receivers, marine base stations and licence free walkie talkies.
You can buy Icom products from the many dealers at the show who will be fully stocked with our range of marine radio products and latest offers. For up to the minute Icom news at the show, please stay tuned to this website.
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