ICOM IC-M93D Euro Portable DSC/VHF Marine Radio


A much improved Icom Marine Portable VHF/DSC including GPS Transceiver


This new IC-M93D Euro Handheld DSC/GPS Radio is the much-improved replacement for the popular IC-M91D. The set comes with in-built GPS and a dedicated Distress DSC button found on the back of the set.

The display is much easier to read with 2.3-inch large High Visibility LCD screen and can be clearly seen under direct sunlight. The set comes with an in-built global positioning system (GPS) where you can add up to 50 waypoints. It also features a Man Over Board (MOB) function. If this portable ICOM Marine Radio is accidently dropped over board, the set will float and flash.


Shipping: £8.00 next day delivery by FEDEX to UK addresses only.

We do not sell Marine VHF Radios outside of the UK

3 in stock



  • 2.3 inch Large High Visibility LCD
  • Slimmest* Buoyant DSC Radio
  • Meets ITU-R M.493-13 Class D DSC with a Dedicated DSC Receiver for CH70
  • Intuitive User Interface
  • Float’n Flash and MOB Auto Set Function
  • Active Noise Cancelling Technology
  • Integrated GNSS Receiver
  • IPX7 submersible (1m depth of water for 30 minutes)
  • Navigation function from current position to specified waypoint
  • 50 waypoint memories with alphanumeric names for navigation
  • Dual/Tri-watch function for monitoring CH16 and/or call channel
  • Battery indicator shows remaining
  • battery power in four levels
  • Favourite channel function allows quick channel selection by setting the “Tag” channel to channels used most often
  • Aqua Quake draining function

We highly recommend this portable ICOM IC-M93D Euro to anyone who needs the added security of the Digital Selective Calling (DSC) and (GPS) functions. Ideal for sea kayakers and power boaters to inshore sailors and inshore boat anglers.

This ICOM quality product comes with a 3 year guarantee.

See more at: http://www.icomuk.co.uk/IC-M93D-EURO/Handheld-VHF-Marine-Radio


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