Highest Rated Fishfinders
1Humminbird Helix 5 CHIRP G2
4.8/5
2Lowrance HDS 7 Gen3
4.7/5
3Garmin Striker 7sv
4.6/5
4Garmin echoMAP CHIRP 73sv
4.6/5
5Raymarine Dragonfly 7 PRO
4.4/5

Garmin 60CS Review

The Garmin 60CS handheld shares all the functionality of its 60C brethren plus has both a built-in electronic compass and barometric altimeter. These two added sensors get this handheld the “S” designation. Eight pushbuttons and a rocker switch are located below with function labels clearly marked on the case front

Furuno GP-33 Review

The Furuno GP-33 is a new release WAAS-enabled non-mapping GPS navigator that displays loads of useful navigation information on a high-resolution 4.3-inch color screen. The GP-33 package ships with the display unit, protective display front cover, tilt-only mounting bracket, GPS antenna with a 10-meter cable, operatorÂ’s manual, quick start guide,

DeLorme Earthmate PN-40

The DeLorme Earthmate PN-40 is a powerful full-mapping handheld GPS has a 32-channel WAAS-enabled GPS receiver, onboard electronic compass, and barometric altimeter. There is currently one other Earthmate model available, the two units are identical except the newer PN-30 model costs less and doesnÂ’t have the electronic compass or altimeter.

DeLorme Earthmate PN-30 Review

The DeLorme Earthmate PN-30 is a powerful full-mapping handheld GPS that uses a 32-channel WAAS-enabled GPS receiver and has 1-GB of internal memory. Two Earthmate models are currently available, though they are similar in both hardware and software the PN-40 model adds a digital compass with accelerometer and a barometric

Magellan Triton 2000 Review

I bought a Magellan Triton 2000 as a refurbished unit for 300 dollars. Unfortunately, it did not work correctly and by the time I discovered it had a serious problem, it was out of the warranty period. I called Magellan support to find out where I could send it for

Magellan 5000 Review

We find the Magellan 5000 with its vintage mid-90’s handheld GPS technology which includes a with full keyboard for manually entering waypoints to be far superior than anything found on the GPS handheld market today. All mariners need paper charts for reliability, however cruisers like me are not into supporting

Brunton MNS Review

The Brunton MNS is one of the larger units listed on our handheld marine GPS review page. Its big?nearly three inch on the diagonal?display screen is located toward the bottom of the front panel with a leveling bubble in the extreme lower right corner. Nine pushbuttons are located above the

Garmin Nuvi 360 Review

I’ve had my Garmin Nuvi 360 for almost 2 years. I don’t use it while boating but since it is so portable thought I would comment anyway. I reviewed a number of GPS product specifications before I purchased. The one feature I knew I wanted was bluetooth capability in the

GARMIN GPSMAP 76

Editor’s Note – This post was provided to us from D. Bell from Fort Myers, FL The Garmin GPSMAP 76 is a great handheld unit for boating. I kayak twice a week and carry this unit because it meets my navigational needs. It runs for over 12 hours on a

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