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Dynamic ICOM IC-M25 VHF Transceiver



IC-M25 VHF Marine Transceiver

  • Slim body, lightweight and high performance
  • Large LCD and intuitive user interface
  • Micro-B USB charging
  • Floating with blinking red LED light
  • 11 hours of long operating time
  • 5 W RF output, 550 mW clear audio
  • IPX7 submersible protection
  • Dualwatch and Triwatch functions
  • Instant access to Ch 16 and Call channel
  • AquaQuake™
  • 2-step power save
  • Auto Scan function
  • Tag Scan and Favorite Channel Functions
  • 3 hour rapid charging (with the BC-217SA/SE*)

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Introducing the ICOM IC-M25 VHF Transceiver – Your Ultimate Companion for Marine Communication
Looking for a reliable and feature-packed VHF transceiver for your marine adventures? Look no further than the ICOM IC-M25. With its cutting-edge technology and superior performance, this compact handheld device ensures seamless communication while keeping you connected on the open waters. Explore the exceptional features of the IC-M25 that make it a must-have for all maritime enthusiasts:
  • 5 Watt Output Power:Experience powerful and clear communication with the IC-M25’s impressive 5 watt output, enabling you to stay connected even in challenging environments or long-range situations.
  • Waterproof Design: Built to withstand the rigors of marine environments, the IC-M25 is waterproof to IPX7 standards. No need to worry about accidental splashes or immersion in water, as this transceiver is capable of submersion up to 1 meter for 30 minutes.
  • Slim and Lightweight: Designed with portability in mind, the IC-M25 is incredibly slim and lightweight, ensuring comfortable handling and easy storage. Take it with you wherever you go without any hassle.
  • Easy-to-Read LCD Display: The IC-M25 features a large, high-contrast LCD display that provides clear and easy-to-read information, including channel numbers, battery status, and signal strength. Stay informed and in control with just a glance.
  • Float’n Flash: In case the device accidentally falls overboard, the IC-M25 is equipped with a unique Float’n Flash feature. It will float on the water’s surface and emit a flashing light, making it easy to locate and retrieve, even in low-light conditions.
  • Dual/Tri-Watch Function: Enhance your situational awareness with the IC-M25’s dual and tri-watch functions. Monitor two or three channels simultaneously, ensuring you never miss an important transmission.
  • AquaQuake™ Draining Function: When moisture accumulates on the speaker grill, the AquaQuake™ draining function emits low-frequency sound vibrations to clear water, ensuring high-quality sound output even in wet conditions.
  • Long Battery Life: The IC-M25 is equipped with a powerful lithium-ion battery that provides up to 11 hours of operating time on a single charge. Spend more time on the water without worrying about running out of power.
  • Weather Channels: Stay informed about changing weather conditions with the IC-M25’s weather channel function. Access up-to-date weather reports, ensuring safety and preparedness while you’re out on the water.
  • Instant Access to Ch. 16 and Ch. 9: The IC-M25 offers quick and easy access to the emergency channel 16 and the calling channel 9, ensuring you’re always ready to respond to emergencies or initiate communication.
Experience the pinnacle of marine communication technology with the ICOM IC-M25 VHF Transceiver. Its exceptional 5 watt output power, waterproof design, high-quality sound, long battery life, and a plethora of convenient features make it the perfect companion for boating, fishing, and other water-based activities. Stay connected, stay safe, and embark on unforgettable marine adventures with the IC-M25. Order yours today and enjoy seamless communication on the open waters!

General Specs

Frequency range Tx 156.025–157.425 MHz
Rx 156.050–163.275 MHz
Usable channel groups INT, USA, CAN, WX channels
Type of emission 16K0G3E (FM)
Power supply voltage 3.7 V DC nominal
Current drain Tx 2.3 A
Rx (Internal SP/External SP) 300 mA/200 mA (Max. audio)
Operating temperature range –20°C to +60°C; –4°F to +140°F
Antenna impedance 50 Ω
Dimensions (W×H×D) (Projections not included) 56.6×134.2×30.5 mm; 2.2×5.3×1.2 in
Weight (approximately) 220 g; 7.7 oz (With FA-SC59V and MB-133)


Output power 5 W (approximately)/1 W
Max. frequency deviation ±5.0 kHz
Frequency stability ±10 ppm
Spurious emissions –68 dBc typical
Adjacent channel power 70 dB
Residual modulation 40 dB


Sensitivity 0.25 μV typical (at 12 dB SINAD)
Squelch sensitivity 0.25 μV typical (at threshold)
Adjacent channel selectivity 70 dB typical
Spurious response 70 dB typical
Intermodulation 70 dB typical
Audio output power (at 10% distortion) Internal SP 550 mW typical (12 Ω load)
External SP 300 mW typical (4 Ω load)

Applicable IP Rating

Ingress Protection Standard
Water IPX7 (Waterproof protection)
Measurements made in accordance with TIA/EIA-603.
All stated specifications are subject to change without notice or obligation.
What is in the box:
  • Transceiver Unit
  • BC-217SE 220VAC Charger Unit
  • MB-133 Belt-Clip
  • FA-SC59V Antenna
  • Handstrap
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Read all about it!

Marine VHF radios are essential for vessel safety. They enable communication with crews, emergency personnel, and other vessels. Marine VHF sets operate on Very High Frequency (VHF) radio waves and require line of sight. They come in fixed mount or handheld forms. Important features include press-to-talk functionality, Digital Selective Calling (DSC), and squelch control. The DSC feature is part of the Global Maritime Distress and Safety System (GMDSS). Some marine VHF sets have built-in GPS for easier vessel location during emergencies. Ensure your VHF is compatible with local and international channels when crossing borders. Read more: Why a marine vhf is necessary for your vessel

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