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Garmin 5208 Review

The Garmin 5208 front panel offers a sleek look with only a single power button on the bezel. Everything else in this marine chartplotter is controlled via touch screen fields serving as pushbuttons, alphanumeric keys, or prompts. Like its siblings, the 5208 will display radar information, fish finder data from

Garmin 441 Review

The Garmin 441 is an updated version of an earlier Garmin small screen marine chartplotter. This unit ships equipped with an internal GPS receiver and preloaded Garmin BlueChart g2 U.S. coastal cartography. Additional hardware and documentation includes a power/data cable, protective front cover, tilt and swivel mounting bracket, installation instructions,

Furuno NavNet 3D MFD12 Review

Furuno NavNet 3D is the latest iteration of this well-known marine electronics company’s network operating system. I’ll be reviewing the system with a 12-inch multi-function display unit. The 12-inch MFD package ships with the display unit, metal mounting bracket, user’s handbook, installation guide book, flip-card operatorsÂ’ guide, and a computer

Garmin 640 Review

Editor’s Note – This post is provided by Capt Pancho of Nassau, Bahamas The Garmin 640 is a semi-portable GPS unit with a 5.2″ touch screen pre-loaded with both US street maps and US coastal charts. The unit comes with 2 mounting configurations, car and marine, and can be added

Raymarine A50D Review

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Step up to the A series line of chartplotters and sonar fishfinder combo units. The Raymarine A50D belongs to this prestigious pedigree that won Motorboating magazines Best of the Year award. The A-series combines high definition graphics and 2d and 3d charting of coastal and inland water bodies with simple and elegant design that allows for simple and intuitive operation and setup. All of the qualities an innovation that are most coveted in the industry are at your disposal with the A50D.

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