Shakespeare Low Profile Skinny Mini VHF Antenna - 36

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SKU: CWR-35281

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Shakespeare Style 5250 Skinny Mini
3 ft. (0.91 M) VHF Marine Band 3dB

End-fed 1/2-wave stainless steel whip

This compact, lightweight antenna is ideal for vessels where space is limited - bass boats and fishing vessels, for example. Its chrome plated brass canister minimizes de-tuning. Cable and PL-259 connector included.
  • Stainless steel whip
  • Sealed, tin-plated copper wire coil
  • Requires mount with center hole for passage of the supplied 15 RG-58 cable.
  • One section
Additional Info
MPN 5250
SKU CWR-35281
Additional Info Cable Type = RG-58 | Cable Length (Feet) = 15 | Antenna Band = VHF | Color = Stainless | Construction = Stainless Steel | DB Gain (dB) = 3 | Ferrule Type = Stainless Steel | Length (Inches) = 36
Package Includes Shakespeare Low Profile Skinny Mini VHF Antenna - 36
UPC Code 719441100797
Condition Brand New
Condition Description This item is brand new, unopened and sealed in its original factory box.
Warranty 2 Year Direct Manufacturer Warranty
Qty Available 10
Model Number 5250
Package Length 39
Package Width 3
Package Height 3
Weight 2.0100
Shipping Costs 9.99 Flat
Ship From Zip 08721
MAP Price (minimum advertised price) This is the lowest price you can advertise this product for (you can always price higher), if 0.00 then there is no MAP price and you can sell for whatever price you choose. $0.00
Returns Accepted You can return your purchase for up to 30 days, There will be a 20% restocking fee on unwanted items (if you are not returning for an exchange the item is considered unwanted). If the item is defective please contact us to set up an exchange.

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