MXT275 MicroMobile® Two-Way Radio

A full 15 Watt two-way GMRS radio featuring a fully integrated handheld microphone. Perfect for those with limited dashboard space. Broadcast over 15 GMRS channels plus eight high-powered repeater channels. Tune into NOAA Weather Radio to get weather updates from the National Weather Service. Mounting bracket, 12V power cord with DC adapter, detachable antenna and magnetic antenna mount included.

*Compatible with Midland FRS/GMRS walkie talkies.

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Full 15 Watt Radio

8 Repeater Channels

15 Hi Power Channels (GMRS Channels: 1-7 & 15-22)

Fully Integrated Control Mic

Speaker Mic Jack

142 Privacy Codes


What's in the box

  • MicroMobile GMRS 2-Way Radio
  • Flip-Frame Detachable Mount
  • Mounting Hardware
  • Magnetic Mount Antenna with 6 Meter Cable
  • Microphone Holder
  • 12V Power Cord with DC Adapter
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Owner's Manual


Product Support


MicroMobile Two Way Radio is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 415.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Well Thought Out Design Installed it in a 2006 Jeep TJ Rubicon and anybody familiar with these know how difficult it is to find space to install anything. I mounted it behind the panel under the steering column. Used a 3’ extension with a flush plug installed in center console that makes it extremely easy to remove the head unit say when times I go topples and doors off. I did use the “JK” windshield antenna mount after some reworking as seen in the pictures. Great radio and if I had a wishlist it would be to re drill the mounting holes in the antenna mount to fit a TJ, offer the 3’ extension w/plug and maybe offer some more dashboard mike holders (made mine out of a old cell phone holder) thanks for a great Radio...Joe
Date published: 2020-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Space Saver with all the features. I've had this radio installed in a Jeep JK for about a week now. Besides using this for off road fun I'm also volunteer zone leader for our local fire council in which we operate two GMRS repeaters which we use for local emergency and disaster relief communications. Having the repeater channels is a plus and I can see other members adding this to their vehicles. I'm also a licensed ham radio operator I can tell you this radio is built as well as the amateur and professional radios that I'm used to operating. Besides the MTX 275, I also own the MTX 115, MTX 100 and a few T70 handhelds.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Range and Reception and Easy to Use! We upgraded to the MXT275 last month. We have been using our Midland FRS/GMRS handhelds for 2 years between vehicles. However, over the horizon communication was not always possible, and keeping track of a handheld while offroad is not always easy. The MXT275 has increased our range and reception beyond our expectations! The setup on our dash and ease of use of the radio makes this a perfect upgrade. I can highly recommend this setup to anyone!
Date published: 2018-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Small package....Big bang for the buck !!! After considering the MXT125 for a couple of months, the Black Friday deal clinched the decision process for me. The unit is exactly what I wanted, compact and effective at vehicle to vehicle communications. I installed the unit in the center console with the power cord ran to a 12v outlet on the back of the console. The antenna cable was routed through the console, under the seats to the rear sliding glass widow. The mic is stored in the console as well when not in use and the antenna behind the rear seat. Clean and easy install and all the controls literally in the palm of your hand. Will turn tonMidland for my future communications needs.
Date published: 2020-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent GMRS mobile! I got the MXT275 on pre-sale, and did an unboxing and installation video, and have been using it for over a month now. This is an amazing GMRS radio with a decent range. I have little to no interior room in my car, so this was perfect. The control head is attached to a mount that I made out of a ProClipUSA mount, a RAM arm mount, and some ABS plastic sheet. I initially used this radio with a PCTel unity gain NMO mount antenna, but have since moved on to a Larsen LP450NMO puck, and have seen a jump in performance. Can't recommend this enough. The only feature I could ask for would be an ignition sense wire, or an ignition status sense that would turn the radio on when the ignition is turned on, as I have mine wired to an ignition-controlled fuse block, and have to turn it on manually every time I start the car.
Date published: 2018-08-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent follow on to the MXT115 Been using the MXT115 for many months and happy with performance, but it was in a van and getting to (and seeing) the controls was always a problem. Got the MXT 275 on pre-order (arrived quickly, thanks) and just swapped the unit into the existing bracket, antenna (MXTA11) and wiring. Same great performance but MUCH easier to see and use with everything right there on the handset. Moved the MXT115 to a desk in a trailer where visibility and access to the control unit is better and I'm a happy traveller. Also, a thank you to the service folks. I sent a request for the current draw specs (off, standby, Rx, Tx) and got the data the next day. Good info for those of us keeping track of Ahrs.
Date published: 2018-07-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect radio for trail runs I had a CB and Ham installed in my Jeep for trail runs, but found I hardly used them because everyone else I wheeled with just used GMRS, so this was a no brainer rather than using a handheld. Installation was very straight forward. I used hose clamps to afix the base mount under the drivers seat. I had to fabricate a small mount for the magnetic antenna. The hand mic/speaker feeds up alongside the center console, making it easy to use while on the trail. The included manual answered all the questions I had when it came to settings. Overall, I'm very happy with this radio, so I bought a couple for my sons too.
Date published: 2019-08-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Tractor to Tractor communication We recently bought 11 micro mobiles and 4 GXT1000 radios to better improve instant communications on the farm. So far 2 weeks into the switch we are extremely please and satisfied. We have them in all the tractors and combines as well as the semis. Range is better than we were experiencing with our CB’s and seems to be more reliable. We have 4 mxt115’s and 4 mxt275’s as well as 3 mxt400. Doing. It over I would have went with 8 mxt275’s for the equipment due to better versatility. I plan on doing a full YouTube review in the near future. Thanks for an awesome product.
Date published: 2018-11-30
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I purchased this radio because all the controls are in the handheld mic. Do you make extensions for this handheld mic? I am wanting to mount the box under my dash and mount a port for the handheld mic on my dash for a cleaner look.

Asked by: Will066
Yes, we offer the MXTA31 mic extension cable.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-03-16

Referencing the ability to do this with the mxt400, with the mxt275, is there a software Midland can provide to unlock tx/rx split privacy tones?

Asked by: Philip
No, unfortunately this is not possible with the MXT275 model.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-02-25

I have a 275 on order and don't know much about it but wanted to replace my CB on our Polaris sidexside my question is do you need to do any type of tuning of the unit to the antenna like on a CB radio ? Also if I buy an 3 db or 6db antenna just plug in ?

Asked by: jeffb928
Yes, all you need to do is plug it in, you wont need to tune the antenna.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-02-25

Hi, I just purchased the MXT275 radio, can it handle the MXTA26 6db gain antenna? if so, what antenna cable will I need? Also can I purchase a longer cable, 12 to 15 ft?

Asked by: JimK
Yes the MXTA26 Whip Gain antenna is compatible with the MXT275 radio. You will need a mount of your preference and a connector cable, part number MXTA24.
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-02-25

I have a 2020 F-350 aluminum body truck, how are people mounting there antennas?

Asked by: Billr57
Hello! For mag mount the MXTA38 or MXTA39 can be used. Also aftermarket brackets can be used with the MXTA24 to mount NMO antennas
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-01-13

When I was going through Menu button there is a screen that is showing 59 on the left and channel # on the right.....I can't seem to find any info on that in the instruction manual or online anywhere......can you tell me what that #59 is?

Asked by: Dragon
Hello! This is representing the "SQ" for squelch level
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-01-13

my 275 will receive great from frs as a test but i dont get any audio transmitting from my 275 to frs. the mic says im transmitting but there isn't any audio. am i missing something? yes there on the same channel as well

Asked by: brian.c
Hello! We recommend checking the privacy code settings. the code numbers don’t always match directly with other brands
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-01-13

What is the amperage of the radio?

Asked by: Jerry S
Hello! Maximum 3.2 Amps
Answered by: Midland Radio Corporation
Date published: 2021-01-13
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