For public safety, service and security workers, communication tools are key. There are numerous devices on the market designed for these individuals. But do these devices have everything? Do they have all the features you have become accustomed to, and are they compact in size for easy handling? Or do you have to sacrifice one for the other?
The F52D/F62D series is the newest edition to the Icom IDAS™ portable line-up. This new radio has it all, impressive features, modern design and compact in size. Building on the success of the F50V and the innovation of the F3400 series, this new radio will easily fit in the palm of your hands. The F52D/F62D is the smallest series on the market, which makes it perfect for discrete use and convenient carrying.
“Seems to be an expertly designed radio. I am impressed.”
– Tom Ohlsson, Red Dog Radios in Colorado.
The new F52D series is smaller and lighter than the F50V series. It was redesigned to include two slanted knobs for easy operation. With its military-rugged design and submersible and waterproof construction, the F52D series is an attractive device for all public safety, service and security personal.
“I have been playing with it, and the size and weight coupled with the features (and price) make it a desirable unit.”
– Dick Cottrell, GTBM in New Jersey
Not only is the size impressive, but the feature set as well. The F52D series is loaded with safety and security features no one would want to be without. Functions like man down, lone worker and emergency key, add additional reassurance during emergency situations. Security features include digital/analog voice scrambler and password protection. State-of-the-art improvements like OTAP, Bluetooth®, multiple operating modes, and more are packed into this device.
Available at a mid-tier price, the F52D series is the whole package. For an added bonus, an F52D series rebate is available now until March 31, 2018. It is a deal you do not want to miss.
“At first I was surprised – oh man, is this radio really gonna do that – but it sounds great and it is so powerful for its size!”
– Robbie Sane, Dalton Communications in Georgia