President Lincoln II Plus Ham Radio, Rotary Switch, Up/Down Channel Selector, VFO Mode, RF Power, S-meter, Multi-functions LCD

(3 customer reviews)


Brand President Electronics
Color Black
Number of Channels 12
Tuner Technology VHF
Voltage 13.8 Volts
Water Resistance Level Not Water Resistant
Item Dimensions LxWxH 9.84 x 6.69 x 2.05 inches
Item Weight 3.09 Pounds

  • Same as LINCOLN II but 12 meter band added, key “CH19/9” replaced by “Emergency Channel 1 and 2” programmable by user; HF output power 35W PEP SSB instead of 31W PEP SSB, 35W FM instead of 28W; AM is same 12W RMS 48WPEP.
  • Rotary switch and Up/down channel selector; Volume adjustment and ON/OFF; Manual squelch and ASC; RF Power; MENU function key; Dim; Mode switch AM/FM/LSB/USB/CW.
  • VFO Mode w/ continuous scanning; Multi-functions LCD display; Frequencies display; S-meter; Channels and memories scan; 6 Memories; CTCSS (38 tones); DCS (104 codes).
  • Public Address; Vox function (hands-free); ANL filter, NB and HI-CUT; RF Gain / Mic gain; Clarifier; Roger Beep; Front microphone plug; External loudspeaker jack.
  • Dual watch; Key locking; SWR (Power Reading/SWR); Preset emergency (EMG 1/2); TOT (Time Out Timer) adjustable.



President Lincoln II Plus Ham Radio, Rotary Switch, Up/Down Channel Selector, VFO Mode, RF Power, S-meter, Multi-functions LCD Display, 6 Memories, Vox Function, Beep Function, AM/FM/LSB/USB/CW Modes

Key Features
– Rotary switch and Up/down channel selector
– VFO Mode (continuous scanning of 24.890 Mhz to 24.990 Mhz and of 28.000 Mhz to 29.700 Mhz)
– Volume adjustment and ON/OFF; RF Power; Manual squelch and ASC
– Multi-functions LCD display; Frequencies display; S-meter; Public Address
– Vox function (Hands free); ANL filter , NB and HI-CUT; RF Gain / Mike gain; Clarifier
– Channels and memories scan; 6 Memories; CTCSS (38 tones); DCS (104 codes)
– MENU function key; Beep Function; Roger Beep; Mode switch AM/FM/LSB/USB/CW
– Dual watch; Key locking; SWR (Power Reading /SWR); Preset emergency (EMG 1/2) (Programmable)
– TOT (Time Out Timer) adjustable; Front microphone plug; External loudspeaker jack
– Customizable by software

– Modulation modes: AM/FM/LSB/USB/CW
– Frequency ranges: continuous scanning of 24.890 Mhz to 24.990 Mhz and of 28.000 Mhz to 29.700 Mhz
– Antenna impedance: 50 ohms
– Power supply: 13.8 V
– Size (WxDxH): 6.69″ x 9.84″ x 2.05″
– Weight: 3.09 lb
– Accessories supplied: power cord with fuse, 1 microphone and its hanger, 1 mounting bracket with fixing screws
– Frequency allowance: +/- 300 Hz
– Carrier power: 50 W AM (PEP) / 35 W FM / 35W USB-LSB (PEP) / 12W CW
– Transmission interference: inferior to -50 dBc
– Audio response: 300 Hz to 3 kHz
– Microphone sensitivity: 3 mV
– Modulated signal distortion: 1.8 %
– Squelch sensitivity: minimum 0.2 μV – 120 dBm, maximum 1 mV – 47 dBm
– Emitted power in the adj. channel: inferior to 20 µW
– Microphone Plug: Front (6 pins)

Additional information

Weight 3.09 kg
Dimensions 9.84 × 6.69 × 2.05 cm
Item Weight

3.09 pounds

Product Dimensions

9.84 x 6.69 x 2.05 inches

Item model number

Lincoln II Plus





Date First Available

March 30 2017



3 reviews for President Lincoln II Plus Ham Radio, Rotary Switch, Up/Down Channel Selector, VFO Mode, RF Power, S-meter, Multi-functions LCD

  1. Overlin

    A very good radio if you’re looking for a 10-12 meter mobileI have to say that I didn’t like this radio while running tests as a base station. I think my Antron 99 was introducing too much noise. My change of mind happened once I installed this radio in my car. So, here are the things I like and dislike:I like:1. Very quiet receiver when used in my car. Low noise floor. I have to keep checking if the radio is on.2. Good transmit audio. I left mine stock. No adjustments.3. Sensitivity is great. I’m able to detect a tone at -127dbm.3. RIT and XIT is included in V3. The non V3 didn’t have XIT feature in the menu. In version 3 You can turn one, the other, or both on.4. Power output was exactly as specified5. President was kind enough to chat with me about my concerns.6. Love the DIN size. Excellent.Dislikes:1. I prefer to see the frequency as full screen instead of the CHannel number.2. CW has a few bugs. The first character sent is usually clipped.3. Mic seems a bit light weight but sounds good.

  2. Amazon Customer

    Awesome!Excellent radio! I’ve had this about a month now and am still finding impressive features, some of which aren’t in the manual. I did the extra channel mod to include 11m, super easy and doesn’t eliminate 10m or 12m, it just adds another band to the band menu. Tuning now runs from 24.710 to 30.110 MHz and can be tuned in as small as .1 KHz increments by using the push button on the tuning dial to move the cursor under the readout to the desired space and then turn the dial.(this is not in the manual). The TX sound is incredibly clear. People think the mic is cheap because it’s lightweight, DO NOT BE FOOLED! This is an electrete condenser mic and the dual filter is tuned to this specific mic. Don’t change mics! It is different from any other mic out there and other mics won’t work correctly with the tuned circuit in the radio. If you really have to have a heavy mic just hot glue some fishing weights to this one, that’s what the other mics have anyway.The clarifier is unlocked from the factory, no need to mod it. In fact, it’s better than unlocked, it’s a menu item with 4 options, off, rx only, tx only, or both rx and tx. I’ve never seen this ability on any radio, even on modded radios.SWR is displayed every time you key up. The freq counter switches to an SWR counter when you key up. It has high SWR protection that it also a menu item that you can turn on or off and set the step down level.This thing’s got it all!Well, almost all.The only two things I don’t like, the bottom firing speaker. Just get rid of it. Is just taking up space in the cabinet. The only place it works is in an overhead mounting anyway. I pulled mine out, maybe it will help with cooling to have the extra airflow through the open holes. Get a good external. No biggie.The biggie? No direct entry keypad anywhere. A keypad on the mic and this thing would be perfect.

  3. J N

    I kinda liked it, but eventually decided to return itThe Bad:First and foremost, I’ve been a HAM for about 7 years, and have never really been a CB operator.That said: One of the images for this product says, repeatedly, “This is not a CB!!!”. Unfortunately, to me, it seemed to operate like, a CB!I did somewhat like the radio, however. But instead of having dedicated buttons for a Roger Beep or an Echo Effect, I would’ve rather had buttons for the SWR Meter, or almost anything else embedded in the menu system.The screen was a bit too retro for me. It’s a bit too much to navigate the menus while trying to decipher what is on the display. I can’t imagine why it would’ve been any more expensive to simply use a Grid LED instead of this.And, of course…Channels instead of Frequencies.This Radio has bands A-J, not bands 10m and 12mThis Radio’s “Channel” display is about 4x higher than the “Frequency” display.It just felt like it was targeting the CB market a bit too much while side-stepping the Ham Operator market which, technically, this radio should be marketing too.The Good:Here’s why it was actually a difficult decision to return it.The Radio has good power outputs on AM, FM, SSB, and CW.We’re in one of the lowest Solar Cycles since Radio was invented, and I made contacts from NY to GA within my first hour of powering it on. The Sound quality is quite good for an internal speaker. And to be quite honest, I’m rather fond of having more dials, less menus.I may eventually pick one up again. But first, I want to get more of a “Base Station” type radio, with more bands available during this low solar cycle.

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