GME TX3100 Bonus Pack 2

GME TX3100 80 channel 5 watt super compact UHF CB radio
Purchase a TX3100 80 channel 5 watt super compact UHF CB radio and receive a BONUS high quality
AE4018K2 – 6.6dBi heavy duty elevated feed fibreglass antenna – Bonus value $115!

Offer available from 29th April 2013 while stocks last.

GME – Australia’s only manufacturer of UHF CB radio is offering, for the first time, the popular AE4018K2 – 6.6dBi heavy duty elevated feed fibreglass antenna and parallel spring with the purchase of the unique TX3100 compact 5 watt UHF CB radio. This UHF bonus pack is fully engineered and manufactured in Australia and is packed with a host of evolutionary features developed by GME’s highly experienced two-way radio R & D team. Industry firsts that not only differentiate the GME brand from the competition, but take advantage of the latest digital technology to ensure ease of operation and optimum performance across all 80 channels.

Whether you are a city professional, a 4WD enthusiast or an occasional road user, the TX3100BP2 combines Australia’s most popular antenna and CB radio – all in the one pack.


TX3100 Super compact 5 watt UHF radio

Bonus AE4018K2

RRP (AUS): $279 inc GST (NZ): $299 inc GST

TX3100 – Super compact 5 watt UHF CB radio
Digital Signal Processing
Advanced Signal Management
Dynamic Volume Control
Graphic signal strength meter
3 year warranty
AE4018K2 – Heavy duty fibreglass antenna
477MHz fibreglass collinear 6.6dBi gain – Black
Ground independent elevated feed
Medium duty parallel spring
98cm long
4.5 meters low loss coax

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